Wednesday, February 14, 2018

Letter to the Iraqi Ambassador to the UN's fundraising efforts to rebuild Iraq

Your Excellency:

Our organization is working to introduce a plan for an international government, and each year we are introducing a government proposal for Iraq.
One proposal ends the conflict in Iraq, and the other helps to rebuild Iraq.

At this point in time, we recommend that your government seriously consider our plan because it allows Iraq to be equal to all the other nations, and it solves your problems. Before you make any decision, I would like to warn you about reliance on the United Nations for securing loans from other nations to rebuild Iraq.

May I give you an old example of why we are making this  recommendation, and then allow you to apply the information to more recent circumstances?

Many people have considered Saddam Hussein to be oppressive to the people of Iraq, and he was, but in many ways he defended Iraq. Prior to the Gulf War, he discovered that Kuwait was slant drilling into Iraq's oil fields. (This information can be found on the Wikipedia website.) Saddam Hussein invaded Kuwait to stop them from taking Iraq's oil reserves. He was backed into the proverbial corner, because he could not allow the theft to continue, nor fight a stronger and more unified force. After the war, Iraq had to pay for the damages that were caused, but because the oil industry and infrastructure was destroyed, Iraq was offered loans.

This was not fair. Why should you pay for another nation taking your oil?

Then there were the sanctions that killed 500,000 Iraqi children, and Saddam Hussein protested. There was the preemptive strike on Iraq, and the Iraq War, and Saddam Hussein protested but was assassinated, and then ISIS, and now you are being offered loans to rebuild.

How is Iraq responsible for the damages that have been done?

Our organization is working to create the international government, and we have stated that we will help to rebuild Iraq and it won't leave you poorer in the process. The proceeds from one of our books can go to rebuild Iraq. Our contracts cost only $2.5 million, and we help set up programs that make it possible even for the poorest nations to be able to afford to hire us. We function only as advisers to governments. We don't contract to do any work. Our goal is to enable every nation to be able to function as equal to all other nations in the international government. Step by step, we are working to overcome the problems mankind is facing.