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The Necessity of Foresight

by Credo (writer), I practice living in the Spirit, July 01, 2007


Futuristic foresight today requires people to sequester their differences in order to combine there spiritual strength that we may defeat a great danger that is upon the human family. Although it has always been important to have hindsight (by learning from the past to protect the future) it grows ever so urgent for us to learn to foretell possible estimated future events that may lead to global cataclysm, that we may devise essential steps in which to assure success over these life menacing events. The ability to envision the future using past and current events which are universal in nature, events which seem to possess the absolute capacity to alter the lives of global citizens and world politics on this planet. As these events gradually unfold they come before us and upon us without notice or criticism but never without symptoms.

Our world is such that it leaves no room for indecision or complacency, because it has developed into a frightening world of societal dogmatic absolutes. What we are assured of (judging from our past and our present circumstances via the “War on terrorism”) is a possible break down of our entire system as the adverse methods in which the national leaders in our government has directed through political policies and new administered laws concerning this never ending war. It is ludicrous to assume the continued stabilization and well being of the American culture due to the long occupation that the government has chosen to peruse throughout the world (“New World Order” and “the War on Terrorism”). The agenda for the “New World Order” is perhaps not in the best interest of the world. While it seems to hold some appeal for world peace through a one world government it inadvertently cast a shadow of insanity as it leaves the people of the world in care of a government which would then have the ability to control religions, countries, freedoms, invading national sovereignty, rights and social cultural differences. Furthermore it elegantly implies that one country and one leader owns the world and therefore springs the opportunity of a world dictatorship.

How one can predict such a thing as a global dictatorship is simply by understanding what has already taken place and what events are currently underway within our political summations and past performances. America has historically assumed the authority of policing the world, and this attitude alone has opened the doors to a terrorist state here in the boundaries of America, causing our global neighbors to respond to this global occupation and control with contempt, distrust, and suspicion. America has historically unseated foreign leaders and governments in order to meet its own objectives and to further control or police those foreign governments. Are there consequences to these actions by our government and is the sudden rise of terrorism one of these consequences? There is also another offender which has gone unnoticed by the American citizen and that is this dictatorship will also infringe on the Constitutional rights of all Americans as well as the world. As this New World Order agenda develops it will become ever more suppressive and restrictive in nature due to the stringent laws which will become necessary in an effort to maintain this oppressive agenda. Politicians have already stated in so many terms that in our fight against terrorism it will become increasingly necessary to eliminate some constitutional rights in order to combat these new enemies and the war on terror. Currently we feel the weight of some of these new laws as the government and its leading orator President Bush instigates such policies as the end of habeas corpus, the gradual end of the Bill of rights, the current disregard for the Constitution and the making of new laws which supports such contempt.

Where did we ever get the perception that we (America) are the center of all things and the authority of the universe? How did this government arrive upon this belief and what is the ultimate agenda of the American government? The real question that all Americans must ask themselves is certainly a political milestone, (as we have never been able to rationalize the concepts of government as it relates to the American citizen) is the government for the people by the people or is the people for the government by the government?
A government is not an independent entity with its own inalienable existence. It is instead that collection of individuals who exercise the rule of the government over its constituents. In other words, governments are the collective of the elite and powerful.

"My fellow Americans, ask not what your country can do for you -- ask what you can do for your country." "My fellow citizens of the world (already assuming world authority and global government as seen in this statement) ask not what America will do for you, but what together we can do for the freedom of man."
"It is now the moment recall what our country has done for each of us, and to ask ourselves what we can do for our country in return."

President John F. Kennedy's Inaugural Address


As the big corporations sponsor, fund and support the government they also have gradually taken control of the government through the use of the coffers within the government. Therefore it appears that the collective of the elite and powerful has become synonymous with big coporational interest and these interest are being served and not the interest of the American people. The best thing that we as citizens can do for our country is to research, explore and tell the truth as only truth will set the world free from international corruptions and governmental impositions.

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By Creedon on December 01, 2007 at 05:46 pm
Well written article on a topic that needs more of the spotlight shun upon it.
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By Credo on January 17, 2008 at 11:45 am

I appreciate your comment, thank you.

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