Sunday, May 27, 2018

Open letter to Speaker of the House, Paul Ryan

Mr. Speaker:

Russian interference in our elections has backed the United States into the corner. We cannot continue to be squeezed nor can we fight Russia. Our government doesn't have a solution to this crisis. Other nations are also facing Russian interference, such as Ukraine, and their sovereignty is being undermined.  Both options are existential threats for our country.

When you are backed into the corner, there is always only one solution to get out of the crisis, and that is to do what is in everyone's best interest. What does that entail?

It is not up to our government to solve this problem. The power any nation is derived from the people, and the people must assume responsibility for the solution, but not by resistance. No one wants a civil war.

Our organization is working to establish an international government based on the US Constitution and the economic foundation is the cooperation of nature--two proven concepts. It allows everyone to function on a higher level.  As of today, people in 85 nations support the plan for the international government.

Congress can open debate on the plan and support the idea by agreeing to hold an Article V amendment convention once the required number of state legislatures petition the US Congress.

Putin was recently re-elected, but without opposition, and so we open debate on the highest form of elections possible, where anyone can run for president so long as they can solve the problems, no money, no contributions. Imagine our founding fathers in a convention deciding what our nation can become, and building on each other's efforts to achieve the highest possible end result.

If Congress cannot do that, then what are they willing to do?