Friday, July 27, 2018

Open Letter to Senator Wyden Regarding Russian Interference in US Elections

In regards to how to protect US elections from Russian interference

Russian interference has backed the United States into the corner. We cannot ignore the crisis nor fight Russia. This is a dilemma, and the solution to every dilemma is to do what is in everyone's best interest.

There have been many attempts over the years to change the election process, with issues related to the electoral college, term limits, and campaign financing, but change only occurs easily at the beginning or the end of a cycle. Russian interference in our election can be considered the end of the cycle, so now it is time to consider a whole new approach, one that addresses every issue that to this point has been political suicide to address. If we could leap years into the future, to a world that is living in peace, what would the ideal election process look like?

The plan for the international government requires the United States to purify our legal system of laws and practices that have caused chaos in our legal system from spreading the chaos onto the international level. Now is the time to look at the plan for the international government as the opportunity to make these changes, because this crisis is not just within the United States, it is happening all over the world.

Our organization recommends that anyone can run for office, and no contributions are allowed. There is no need for money if the media offers candidates free election coverage and nonprofit organizations sponsor debates. Elections will be held on the local levels, and winners progress to state and regional levels, and then to the national level, and the winner are those who can solve the problems on every levels.

This process will put pressure on the Russians to address their election process, too. At this point, Putin has no interest in being part of the proposed international government, but people in 85 nations support the plan, and it has opened the door to Iran, Cuba and North Korea. These "rogue" nations would like to be equal to the United States. The first requirement for conflict resolution is that both sides must be considered equal, so this plan has the capacity to bring world peace. All the  United States must do is  to let go of the idea that we are more important than other nations. Our first government proposal starts the process to end disputes between nations in court rather than the battlefield, and the monies wasted on war will go to the people instead. We would no longer have to borrow money from China, but we would start paying them back instead, which is something China may find appealing.