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Re: Theos-World Re: white brotherhood and war

Feb 20, 2003 06:41 PM
by nama_sivam

Dear Reader,

Dont blame Bush.
He is the King of Hell
He does what he should do
What should be done are already programmed
He is executing his assignment like poor Hitler
The only solution to save this planet is Knock the Door of Conciousness


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Subject: Theos-World Re: white brotherhood and war

> --- In, "Frank Reitemeyer" <dhyana@w...>
> wrote:
> > The present situation looks remarkable similiar to the situation of
> 1938/9.
> Yes. It is not reasonable to compare Bush with Hitler, except
> jokingly. Hitler did not touch alcohol whereas Bush is a well known
> drunk by his own admission, and Bush does not a compelling orator,
> certainly not in the German language. The situation is also not
> leading to the same kind of disastrous conflict as the 1938 siuation
> did. But there are some disturbing similarities. One, as you say,
> is that the public does not want war but that the political system
> allows a single man to wage war anyway. That is the one thing that
> has mystified me about the second world war no matter how many books
> I read, how a single man could unleash such a conflagration despite
> the fact that nobody else wanted it. Another similarity is the
> creeping irrelevance of the League of Nations (now renamed the United
> Nations.) Another is that if the war turns out to be a blitzkrieg it
> will enhance and not diminish the popularity of the fellow who
> initiated it. Even if the war turns out to be just, that is
> regrettable since it stifles critical analysis of the issues after
> the fact. The most disturbing part is that even though Bush may have
> a good case he is advancing it with bad argument. I don't believe
> for a minute this is about Kurds being gassed fourteen years ago or
> Iranians being invaded twenty years ago, or something that happened
> during the Middle Ages or during the time of Nebuchadnezzzar or
> whatever. I would feel much more comfortable were Bush to state his
> case honestly, He might win some of us over if he did.
> As for Steiner, I suspect he had easily identifiable personal reasons
> for making the statements he did, and was not prophesying.
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