Thursday, June 5, 2008

A Serious Proposal To Hillary Rodham Clinton

First of all, Mrs. Clinton, let's face it; you don't really want to be the Vice-President of the United States. It's a puppet position and it's just not you. Sitting in the chair of the Senate and banging the gavel from time to time like you were accomplishing something important is not your cup 'a tea. No, Hillary, you are too important for that wimp job. In fact, ever since Bill became prez, you became a world voice, a molder of public opinion far beyond America's frontiers. The present campaign reinforced that global image.

There is another and far more compelling role for you to play in these historic times.

And that takes us back to WWI when the women's movements against war and for world government began.
But almost daily we hear news of women everywhere agitating against war, against poverty, against global warming, and etc. Some are in national power; some are in international movements such as "The Council of Women World Leaders" and "Peace X Peace," "Code Pink," "Connecting Women for Peace." And WILPF. Some are Nobel Peace Laureates. The women of the world are beginning to wake up not only to their global unity and responsibilities but to their giant and invincible power vis-a-vis the threats to humanity itself. Surely you, Hillary Clinton, know many of them yourself.

They are where the real action is!

Hillary Clinton, history is calling upon you to join the world's peacemakers, especially pioneers such as Jane Adams, Rosika Schwimmer and Lola Lloyd. Pioneers who had the passion, foresight and enormous drive to change their world against the madness of war and destruction to one of justice, freedom and peace under law.

Eleanor Roosevelt is a prime example of the woman's role in world politics. Leading the US delegation to the United Nations from 1945 to 1948, she chaired the Committee commissioned to define and proclaim the Universal Declaration of Human Rights now arriving at its 60th anniversary December 10th.

It was a mandate for the legitimatization of world citizenship for all humans on planet earth.

Let's face it, Hillary Clinton, a United States president alone cannot solve global problems however intelligent, earnest, patriotic and willful he is. The administrative level just doesn't cut it in the 21st century when the problems we all face are global.

That first day in the Oval office, Barack (or John) will suddenly be faced with an anarchic world community in which his commander-in-chief hat will be useless. His political tool, the US Constitution, simply doesn't provide for world peace as part of his executive power.

Hillary Clinton, if you want to be truly powerful, you must "go global!" You must "represent" the entire world community.


You are a politician. How can your immense talents, experience and wisdom in that profession be applied to the issue of world peace?

In your best-selling book you wrote: "Let us build a village worthy of our children" and you said: "Children have many lessons to share with us-lessons about what they need, what makes them happy, how they view the world. If we listen, we'll be able to hear them."

So what do the children say? 30,000 students at the City Montesssori School in Lucknow, India have called for a "world parliament" in order to legislate world laws to outlaw war. You can read their appeal at:

The notion of a world parliament is an ancient idea first proposed by the Greeks. Wise men and women throughout the centuries have enthusiastically endorsed the idea. But our highly technical world, for the first time in our human history, possesses the instant communication methods to actually realize it. Indeed, the world citizen constituency already exists. Then the Universal Declaration of Human Rights provides that "The will of the people shall be the basis of the authority of government; this will shall be expressed in periodic and genuine elections which shall be by universal and equal suffrage and shall be held by secret vote or by equivalent free voting procedures." (Article 21.3) Article 28 provides that "Everyone is entitled to a social and international order in which the rights and freedoms set forth in this Declaration can be fully realized."

The moment for this MAJOR HISTORIC CHANGE IS AT HAND! We, the citizens of the world, have already claimed our sovereign will for world peace through law.

Hillary Clinton, we need your wisdom, encouragement and ACTIVE support WITHIN THE FRAMEWORK OF YOUR CHOSEN PROFESSION. Indeed, what mission is more important for those whose very destiny is to lead humankind other than world peace?

Therefore, we, the citizens of the world government founded September 4, 1953, enjoin you to declare yourself a candidate for a WORLD PARLIAMENT-to be.

How can you declare yourself a candidate for something which does not yet exist?
Back in the early 1970's Willie Brandt, when Chancellor of West Germany and a Nobel Peace Prize laureate, made an announcement that he's a "candidate" for a "European Parliament." Everybody was shocked, has he gone mad? There is no European Parliament journalists reminded him. "Don't you think I know that?" he replied. Willie Brandt tosses his hat into a political ring which does not exist-no machinery for it. It implies that citizens can vote beyond their nation? Heresy! This upsets the whole business of national sovereignty and yet Willie Brandt is imagining it! Five year later all the citizens of the Common Market are voting for direct representatives to the European Parliament! Willie Brandt's courage in stepping out and saying 'I am a candidate' for something that does not exist signaled a political milestone which finally lead to the creation of a European Parliament!

Einstein reminded us that "imagination is more important than intelligence."

On November 22, 1948, with friends, this writer interrupted a session of the General Assembly in Paris calling upon the UN to establish "one government for one world."

In her column, My Day, on December 15, 1948, five days following the proclamation of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, US delegate and Committee Chairperson Eleanor Roosevelt wrote the following:

"How very much better it would be if Mr. Davis would set up his own governmental organization and start then and there a worldwide international government. All who would join him would learn that they have no nationality and, therefore, not being bothered by any special interest in any one country everyone would develop what he believes to be a completely co-operative feeling among all peoples and a willingness to accept any laws passed by this super government."

Seven years later we did just that. (See

Einstein ended his incredible life with these words: "We appeal as human beings to human beings: Remember your humanity, and forget the rest."

Hillary Rodman Clinton, remember your humanity, and forget the rest.


  1. Hi - this is great! Yes maybe we could send these types of letters & emails to Ron Paul and all of the other politicians individually, to invite them to join this world citizens cause and movement - maybe they would respond.. Yes it would be helpful if we can get them onboard with us instead of going against them and/or the governments, but bring them onboard with us as individuals - maybe it would be effective one by one and recieved better.. It would help the marketing and movement forward to have them with us, more harmonious in going forward as they realize that this is where we are all headed together.. they might be gung ho actually, once they see the bigger picture and becomme spiritually aware to it, etc.. If not a response immediately, in time I think they will.. but its good to make them aware.. as it would be nicer to happen sooner than later, etc...
    Did Hilary ever respond to this letter?

  2. Hey we need to get Ron Paul onboard - his ideals match the people, and many believe there was election fraud/voter fraud anyhow where he was supposed to be the Republican candidate but he got jipped because of problems with the system and media, etc... Like what was the deal with with all those US attorneys getting fired because they were investigating election fraud issues, etc? I dont know but yes we could go around all the non-sense and invite him onboard to help us with the World Government here for World Citizens...

  3. Hello,
    This is very fascinating. Hilary, as i believe, could read the writing on the walls. It is paramount and good call for this special individual to embrace this appeal. I have since personally alot of potentials in Hilary more than she could vizualise herself over the years, but yet something is not just right out there. Please Ms Clinton, a stitch in good time saves nine, it is about time to act, and positively too. Blessings