from KlausRa Website
Now that the fearful winds of war are again blowing strongly in our world I find it important to see through the daily crises and find the patterns of war that lie behind the daily scenes of violence so eagerly shown to us by media.
It is obvious that every war fought has bought enormous amount of misery, death and destruction to all the nations and peoples involved.
The soldiers of every partaking nation have given their lives for the machinery of war; they have died or got wounded either in flesh or in mind. They have carried the burden of every war ever fought.
The civilian populations, who through the development of technology have gradually been brought into the focus of war, have more and more shared their plight.
The rape and destruction of war has killed and maimed
tens hundreds of millions of people in Europe since the French
Revolution at the end of 18th century. The common man has not
profited by any of these wars - or has he?
It is the common man, woman and child who have lost his livelihood, his sweet home with all dear belongings. It is the common man of every nation involved who has borne the burden of every single war.
They have paid with their blood and their suffering.
Question also arises,
There must be a reason, a common factor arising from
human psychology that explains and makes it possible to send us to
war against "the enemy" - whether he is the communist, the nazi, the
terrorist, the other or whatever.
The threat of an enemy makes nations ready to spend millions upon millions of whatever currency to prepare themselves for the eventual war, they equip armies, buy arms, ammunition and all the other necessities of warfare.
The more the nations fear each other the more money they spend on arms. And the munitions makers are always ready to sell, always ready to organize huge loans for those who otherwise couldn't afford their wares.
Business is business, arms are sold to all parties of all conflicts. And any result of any war is lucrative to the arms dealers, it's a win-win situation were they are the ones who win every time.
The winner of the war pays its debts with valuables
looted from the loosing party, and the loosing party is held in a
tight grip of debts, which can then be used to squander the
remaining natural resources (such as oil and minerals) of that
It hasn't mattered whether you win or lose the war on the battlefield; you lose it anyhow in the balance sheet of power, which has gradually shifted the ruling impetus of the world into the hands of those who rule the debts that burden every single nation of our world. And those who have all the money, are also the ones who own all the major multinational companies including all the major media enterprises.
When the power of money, the power of production and
the power of information is concentrated in the hands of
a small enormously rich elite, we
are ready to enter the "The
Brave New World" where the atrocities of both nazism and
communism become a grim reality under the auspices of benign free
market capitalism, the ideology that warred against and won its
"enemies" and became worse than they ever were in their usurpation
of all the living resources of men and nature.
During the last 200 years it has been the most successful of all the human ideologies, which is shown in its ability to practically unite the whole of Europe - and also the rest of the world - under its rule.
It has succeeded in where all the military conquerors
have failed. It has been able to submit the whole of our dear world
under its rule, which is according the great theoretician of war
Carl von Clausewitz the basic definition and purpose of war and
This genius amongst all ideologies has camouflaged itself behind all kinds of fronts and even opposing realities, which all share the same aim and purpose:
All that truly matters for this elite is their own
freedom, their own ability to realize their dream of absolute power
over the world and its inhabitants.
It is the world of business, banking and finance -
the only true winner in every single war that we have ever fought.
When I know who I am, when I know that I do have the power - the will - to create all the worlds and experiences that I ever wish to meet, then and only then does my search for power ever end. And my search for power arises from the same emptiness, which has led our corporate leaders and financial geniuses to create and almost realize their cruel dream of absolute power upon the masses of the world.
I have the same ailment, and only by facing and
healing it in myself, can I ever diminish and eventually nullify the
grip that corporate power structure has upon our dear living world.
No wonder that every king, president and prime
minister has already learned to respect the messages and messengers
of these true rulers of the world.
We the common men and women have almost given up, the
war upon our minds has made us weary and lazy; nothing seems to
matter, nothing seems to be able to halt this train of destruction
to which we have bought our dear tickets from the marketers of free
corporate rule of the world.
It is the Living God that resides, and waits for your orders within yourself.
It is the God's presence in each and every one of us, which met, accepted and used gives us direct access to all the aspects of our life and our world.
God in me gives me everything I ever can think of and
focus upon. God in me - and you - instead of an illusory God
somewhere 'out there' in the hands of some greedy individual selling
me his truths and visions of convoluted power through some monstrous
religious, financial or political greed.
The wages of fear is