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Thursday, April 9, 2009

The root of all evil


Citizens of my beloved country and people all over the world are suffering because there is no money to pay for necessary essentials such as food, clothing, accommodation, education, transport, communication, and medical expenses.

Many people living on this planet are suffering and dying due to ill health and disease simply because they cannot get to a hospital on time or cannot afford the ridiculously high medical expenses involved. In Africa, governments have proved to be totally incompetent in dealing with these issues. It’s no wonder that the medical profession worldwide is represented by the symbol of a serpent!

Our entire survival on this planet appears to revolve around money. Without money many people in the so-called “civilized world” feel that they have no status, no value, and no sense of worth. They feel insignificant and worthless in comparison to the few wealthy beings that appear to live a life of blissful abundance and happiness. Every day our minds are flooded with delusional images of how the wealthy are enjoying life. It’s no wonder that we are brainwashed into believing that money buys happiness.

Every 40 seconds at least one person on this planet commits suicide because they have given up the relentless pursuit of finding happiness and joy on this earth. The underlying reasons of suicide are seldom researched, but I’m quite sure that in most cases financial problems are the main cause. During this 40-second gap other deaths related to warfare, starvation, murder, robbery, drug addiction, etc… are also taking place.

If you have read to this point it should have taken you approximately 50 seconds, which means that a minimum of two people (maybe more) somewhere on this planet have just died due to suicide, starvation or crime, --- all because of money! Bear in mind that I have not taken warfare, genocide, or disease into account. If one has to include these factors in a continent such as Africa then the death rate per minute will be far higher. According to wiki.answers.com 30,000 children under the age of 5 die in Africa EVERY DAY, and this is only counting children! Source

Every single social problem on earth is somehow related to the evil greed for money. Many are well aware of the obvious evils such as crime, gambling, and substance abuse, and how these issues affect families financially. In most cases money is also the root of marital problems and the breakdown of relationships. Hostilities in family and friendship circles often start due to a lack of money or hateful accusations that someone has spent too much money or maybe stolen money. Which ever way you look at it, money is always the root of the evil.

Since Christmas last year (Dec 2008) I have noticed a remarkable increase in prices on the supermarket shelves. The price of some products has increased by more than 50%, yet people still buy them. We are slowly but surely being sucked dry by a greedy bunch of manipulating serpents, but what do most people do? They work harder and faster to earn more money. No wonder so many young adults are already suffering from burn-out and use al sorts of energy supplements to keep them going. Pharmacies everywhere are stocked with these energy-boosters knowing too well that people will buy the stuff no matter what the cost.

Then there are people who still believe that the current economic crisis will go away, and that, sometime in the unknown future, everything will be back to normal again. I’m sorry my friends, this is simply not going to happen! If money is your God then you might as well get used to the fact that more depression and suffering is on its way.

What really happened at the G20 summit in London?

The G20 leaders agreed (long before the summit was held) to inject an alleged one trillion dollars (1,000,000,000,000 = 1 Trillion) into the world economy. This mind-boggling figure follows the trillions upon trillions of dollars already being spent by governments and borrowed at interest from the very global banking and financial system that has received most of that same money.

Five hundred billion of this latest trillion is to go to the International Monetary Fund (IMF) that will now begin to operate as a de facto world central bank as a precursor to the fully-fledged and official world central bank that is planned to be imposed as a global financial dictatorship.

Rumours are that our influential leaders are planning to crash the world economy, then have governments waste astonishing amounts of borrowed money to 'save the world economy', before crashing it still further leaving governments with no means to respond. Source

A New World Order has arrived!

While Gordon Brown was announcing the coming of a New World Order, the Metropolitan police called in support from 30 other police forces across the country to create a 5 000-strong team of officers for at least six diverse demonstrations in the City of London and Trafalgar Square. Outside the Bank of England police horses and riot officers were pushed back by the sheer force of demonstrators -- helmets were torn from officers' heads and cans, fruit and flour rained down. In retaliation the police surged forward, cracking heads with batons, using pepper spray and CS gas as sirens wailed all around. Source

South Africa: The African pawn in the G20 game.

President Kgalema Motlanthe who led the South African delegation to the G20 summit earlier this month was supported by our Finance Minister Trevor Manuel, National Treasury director-general Lesetja Kganyago, and other senior government officials.

"As the only African country in the G20, South Africa has consistently stressed that a global response is required to mitigate the impact of the (economic) crisis and prevent its contagion to emerging markets and developing countries, in particular Africa," the department said in a statement. Source

“For the love of money is the root of all evil: which while some coveted after, the have erred from the faith, and pierced themselves through with many sorrows.”
I Timothy 6:10


2 comments :

Ravensqarr said... .....Click here to refresh this blog

Just because I love to nitpick, the medical emblem of serpents were taken from Numbers 21:8. But the metaphor stands.

Tia Mysoa said... .....Click here to refresh this blog

@ Ravensqarr,

Oh my, this is a really old posting you’ve commented on! - Nonetheless, I appreciate your input, and also for providing the medical-serpent link to the scripture.

Remember – it is not money that’s the root of all evil… It’s the LOVE thereof!

Isn’t it odd that some sources make no mention of Numbers 21:8 ?

Like this one, for example: answers.yahoo.com

See also…

The Caduceus vs the Staff of Asclepius
(The article mentions Numbers 21:8 and other verses where it speaks of “biblical confusion”.)

The rod of Asclepius

Serpent symbolism - Wikipedia
(The Wikipedia page provides additional biblical references under the heading, “Serpents in Judeo-Christian tradition”)

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