Sunday, July 16, 2017

Breaking Apart the Illusion

Two of the power games governments play--genocides and slavery-- are based on weaving an illusion. Campaign promises sound great, but how many times have the people been disappointed? What about people who live under oppressive regimes, where human rights violations occur daily, and the nation's resources are plundered? These are all the result of the five power games associated with revenge.

When the lies logjam, they seem to create an impenetrable wall of darkness, and it seems there is no way around or through it. Like Moses, he might have been able to make his way around the influence of the Pharaoh, but what about all those who had been enslaved?

There is always a backlash to the games, and the games end when an innocent person has been sacrificed, but the impenetrable wall is blasted apart by Universal Law.

People know oppression when they see it.

Today, let's unify the entire planet by saying, everyone plays the games, and that the games are bad, not the people. People who are grabbing for power will eventually lose it, and that people know oppression when they see it.

The legal system of the international government will be based on Universal Law, so this is a lesson mankind is learning. We know what we don't want, and now it is time to decide what we do want. We know we don't want Sharia law to be the law of the entire planet, or even US federal law. The only law that everyone will agree to is Universal Law, and that creates a sense of equality. It stands on all the principles--equality, liberty, freedom, compassion, abundance, capacity and tolerance.