We are the world, we are the children, we are the ones … who have messed up this world

 

 

How often, in the past, throughout history, have humans felt this uniting emotion? Many, many times.

They are wonderful words, full of emotion … but dare I say … Oh, crap, I must … empty of reality and full of hypocrisy.

“We are all a part of God’s great big family … and the truth, you know, love is all we need. ”

What has any one of these powerful icons of entertainment EVER done to sacrifice their own life, their personal success, their character, that has made any improvement to humanity? Not one.

It’s emotionally gratifying to hear these words and sing along with love and emotion,

“… There’s a choice we’re making, we’re saving our own lives; it’s true we make a better day, just you and me.”

“Send them your heart so they’ll know that someone cares
And their lives will be stronger and free
As God has shown us by turning stone to bread
So we all must lend a helping hand.”

It is a fact of real truth, that the more charity that local economies receive from groups who do not intend to solve poverty on a long term basis, but exist to quantify and assuage their guilty feelings of having so much, destroy existing infrastructures and economies, making things much worse than they were before the charity or religious group offered their assistance.

When will someone sacrifice their life, their character, their means, their standing in the world to FINALLY tell the real truth about what the underlying cause of poverty throughout the world actually is?

Oooooooooh, pick me!

Okay.  I”ll do it!

Consider this line from the song,

“We can’t go on pretending day by day that someone, somewhere will soon make a change.”

What is God doing?  Nothing.  Is it that there is a God, but this entity just doesn’t care that most of his children suffer in poverty; or that God has ceded to the human race the ability and means to solve the problems that they’ve created, and will not intercede unless we do it ourselves?  And when we do it ourselves, we then realize who God really is: US!

Who keeps us in bondage to a god outside of ourselves, convincing us that, without God, we can do nothing?  The simple answer: those who would lose all of their worth and value if there wasn’t a God, of whom they can proclaim that they are His servants and spokespersons for all of humanity.

No religion on Earth has ever progressively solved poverty; in fact, all religious belief exacerbates it!

Can we go on pretending day by day that God will soon make a change?

Yeah, humans have been depending on God to solve their problems for millennia, and to no avail, nor experiencing any progress towards ending the problems that we have created.

What if we got rid of the idea of God, on all levels, from all belief systems, and convinced ourselves that WE CAN DO THIS? … just you and me!

When will a celebrity who is loved and successful stand up and say,

“WTF?  There is no god, but man.  Humans created these problems and humans can solve them.

The sooner we get rid of the religious beliefs that divide us, the faster our hearts can unite as one; the faster we will finally see each other as equal beings who each deserve the same opportunity to play the game of mortal life in equity with all other players.

If anyone stood up and denounced religion as the means of all our problems … ALL RELIGION, OF EVERY KIND … Amen to the worldly success and respect of that person.  Believe me, I know firsthand.

I love this song, and hate it just as much.

The Humanity Party has the solutions.  No one else does.

Sigh …

Here is what’s going to happen under the Trump administration

The world’s economy will start out increasing and growing.  And it will appear (give off the image, become visible or noticeable without any substance) that Trump is succeeding where others failed in the past.  It will appear this way because the 1% who are benefiting from the world’s economy will tout the expansion of their wealth and benefits as a result of conservative policies.

It’s an appearance, a deception.

It’s caused by the great wonders that have been a product of the industrial age and the capitalism that fuels it.  Truly, these wonderful innovations and progressive lifestyle changes have deceived those who dwell on the earth.

There’s a definite image that all the people of the world apply to worldly success and power.  It’s as if this image speaks to us and causes us to worship it.  And those who refuse to worship it, are killed, or at the least rejected, mocked, and denounced.

Whenever there is war, the financial institutions of the world, controlled by just a few, will issue the means (money) to fight these wars.

There’s a GREAT LESSON that we learned from the fall of the Great Roman Empire: you cannot depend on gold, silver, and precious metals as the basis of your money.  Because there’s a limited supply.  And the more wars there are, the more soldiers you are going to need.  And you have to pay the soldiers or they won’t fight for you.

Once the people of the earth were deceived well enough so that they worshipped the image of worldly success and glory; and once they became fully dependent on money as their only means of survival, then those who issue and regulate the money have them under control, bound to the economic policies that these few believe will promote peace and security.

Money is not a problem now.  If the soldiers are needed, money can be issued (printed in some cases) to pay an unlimited number of soldiers, which now include the industrial empires that provide many different types of “soldiers;” i.e., planes, tanks, ships, guns, bombs, all kinds of new technology used to kill people.

Trump’s policies will decrease security and peace throughout the world, as the majority fight the beast that controls them.

Terrorism will increase exponentially with poverty.  When economies appear to thrive, the gap between the haves and haves not widens, causing the majority to lose hope, or to struggle in futility to gain what they see the few have … this comes from worshipping the image of success.

The economy will grow.

Let’s put it into a real truth perspective:

Economies thrive when war exists.

War exists when economies thrive.

Sigh …

Let’s sit back and watch how this all plays out.

We’ll update you as time goes on.

Pay attention.  🙂

And who was the mythological figure that had the greatest armies and an increase of 666 talents of gold every year?  Solomon.

Think about it.

“Here is wisdom. Let him that hath understanding count the number of the beast: for it is the number of a man; and his number is Six hundred threescore and six.”

Oh my!

And who was the first mortal to publish what that part of Revelation really means?

You’d think that other mortals would pay attention to him, because he “hath understanding” before anyone else ever did.

Sigh …

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