Thursday, 19 September 2013

Strange Mathematics

There is a strange twist that the governments of Western Powers impose on those that are weaker than they are. It seems to be fuelled by two principle considerations.
One—is that killing thousands of children by missiles, by tearing them apart limb from limb, is a lesser crime than killing hundreds in their sleep.
And two—is that the weaker must do as the stronger say, not as they do.
This type of behaviour is variously called bullying, psychopathic, or just plain stupid, particularly when those practicing this sort of behaviour accuse their weaker opponents of just those traits.
But… perhaps that’s just my opinion.
Evidently, the leaders of our great Western Powers never heard the expression, “Judge not lest you also be judged.” They, the blind and deaf ones, are too busy criticizing others to see the errors of their own ways. For some reason completely unknown to me, they consider themselves to be on a higher moral ground. A moral ground some 30,000 feet up in the air from which height they recently bombed hundreds of thousands of innocent people; people who have never done them any harm. When they did it, they had the effrontery to call it collateral damage. It wouldn’t be so pathetic if only they wouldn’t call themselves Christians. “My peace I give unto you….” Remember?

It doesn’t have to be like this.
We, the people, have the power to unseat the deranged psychopaths from their thrones. We the people, the Many that are Called, must, and will, come to change this course. But contrary to our leaders, we shall not murder them. But we would protect the rest of humanity from their perversions. Perhaps we’d send them to a distant desert island, in the middle of nowhere, where they could bomb each other to their little hearts’ content.
We might also remind them that we are in this world but not of this world. This is NOT a religious dogma. In fact, few if any statements in the Bible are. Try my Dictionary of Biblical Symbolism. They are merely suggestions how we can all lead a much, much happier life. Here and now. You and I. All of us. In perfect unison. Yes, also in Perfect Union. And we can leave the dead to bury the dead.

In my “Winston Trilogy”, I describe possible courses that humanity might take to free itself from the cataclysmic descent into oblivion. In my novels there are no wars. No mass murders. Yet they all illustrate human potential. The Winston Trilogy consists of One Just Man, Elohim, and Winston’s Kingdom. I’ve given away more then 10,000 free downloads of Part One. I hope that people who took advantage of my giveaway will follow up with Parts Two and Three. You might like what you read a lot more than the world you live in today. Let me know. Please. 

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