Heyokha?....absolutely!"while lauding our "rights" and how "free we are"the same governing body is actually TAKING them away".and all in the name of protecting freedom".how Heyokha is that?!!!!. Hmmm let's see"didn't Orwell's vision speak of a culture that produced ideals like "Ignorance is Strength?"""[the republicans sure support that one] "Freedom is Slavery" and War is Peace?, just flip that last one and you have the greatest, and most used excuse for starting a war anyone can imagine"..life as an oxymoron!
We "take" from the Earth and give nothing back".leaving the very "rock" we rely on for EVERYTHING depleted. Polluted and barren. Build homes on flood plains, our biggest cities at sea level"Seine net the oceans without regard to the many species we do not WANT to catch".just leaving them to die in the nets or be discarded
living as I did for so many years in a culture that believes "No man has a
right to tell another how to pray or who to pray to" as a basic tenant , or me
a really stunning factor is how much contemporary religions play in this rush
to insanity. Take the Middle East for example".Muslims fighting
Muslims".Christians fighting Muslims"and even
I saw a quote recently on a page that expresses its purpose as promoting religions tolerance that gave me pause
intolerance scarcely existed before the rise of monotheism. 1 Ancient polytheistic
religions worshipped numerous gods but never involved doctrinally precise
professions of faith. There was no such matters as orthodoxy or heresy. 2 The gods were mutually
tolerant of one another, and the worshippers were eclectic, moving from one
shrine or cult to the next without the slightest feeling of inconsistency. In
Attila as model for religious tolerance?
this made me ponder just when we started hating each other for the Gods we worship or give homage to"".just where did this hate spring from and as I have discovered is "par" for humanity who really benefits from such intolerance".can ya guess?".i'll bet ya can! And it ain't YOU. I offer a link here to one paper that, for me, tackles the issue in a way that presents a plausible explanation. I am still doing research on this and will later do a paper or book on it. But for now, here's something to "chew on"