Friday, January 19, 2018

An open letter to Speaker of the House Paul Ryan

In 2011, our plan for the creation of an international government was leveraged by the ambassadors in Washington DC to the level of the world leaders. Ahmadinejad contacted President Obama, and our plan opened the door to Iran, and then to Cuba. Kim Jong Il was also approached, and he agreed to talks, but the Republicans were not willing to agree to the plan. If you recall, President Carter came out of North Korea declaring "They will talk!" We have posted our proposal to reunify North and South Korea on our website since 2003, and the planning since 2012.

This week, North Korea and South Korea agreed to march together in the Olympics. That has brought the world back from the brink of nuclear war, which was based on failed US foreign policy.

North Korea believes they are equal to the United States. Our plan for the international government allows all nations to be equal, and for disputes between nations to be resolved in court rather than the battlefield, and the moneys now wasted on war to go to the people instead.

This morning, Secretary Mattis is asking Congress to increase military spending to allow our military to prepare for war with China and Russia. That implies that the UN cannot be trusted to end or prevent wars, even between three of the permanent members of the Security Council. With the end of the Korean War based on the creation of the international government, it is time to consider that waging  war is in no one's best interest, especially when we are a debtor nation to China, who manufactures parts of our military ordinance.

We have proposals for eight nations, starting with the United States. The first is our Exit Strategy for Iraq, which leads to the creation of an international court system to end disputes between nations. We ask that Congress consider our plan an opportunity to function on a higher level.