I tuned in to the Republican debate Monday night (January 16) right at the point that Ron Paul was answering questions, making statements about, U.S. foreign policy and how attacking people all over the world in their own countries, especially those who hadn’t attacked us, was not only the wrong thing to do but led to great dangers for us. He actually mentioned the Golden Rule, aka the law of cause and effect.
Interestingly, at the point that he did, he was actually booed by many in the audience, presumably a number of who consider themselves to be “good Christians”. Further, his assessment that somehow U.S. foreign policy just may be at the root of our problems, and that we have no right to act as the world’s policeman, etc., to invade and bomb people at will was met with sound disapproval from the other candidates, all of whom seemed to think that the best policy was to annihilate whoever we choose, where and whenever we choose. Please note that all of the candidates profess great religious convictions, etc. connected to some form of Christianity…of course.
Unfortunately, it seems that the possibility of rewriting our future history, which I first wrote about in 2006, is as dead as the consciousness of the bobble heads in the debate who stand proudly as cult believers in their imaginary God, “Jesus Christ”, etc. Of course this god favors the U.S. in all matters and has even suspended the laws of cause and effect so that we can do, and try to take possession of, whatever we want with impunity. We’re “forgiven because we believe”, because we mutter meaningless illogical, manmade magic words that somehow wipe away any real, moral responsibility for the damage that our policies of unprovoked aggression have visited upon millions of people, mostly innocent people who had never attacked us.
There’s not much more to say that hasn’t been said, or that isn’t apparent to anyone who hasn’t completely lost their mind and succumbed to the toxic political and religious rhetoric the practice of which virtually guarantees the fulfillment of the Henoch Prophecies and which will affect the people of the U.S. in unimaginably large measure…perhaps about equal to that which we have long visited upon others.
Are we alone in our ignorance and abuse, in our foolishly sending forth the pendulum that returns as the wrecking ball of utter destruction? No. But really, what excuse is that?