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Re: Theos-World Re: The US Constitution - A Midsummer Nights Dream

Apr 15, 2008 11:36 PM
by Martin

The world has already found the weak spot in both the
Chinese and US society, thats why Nature roars so much
in those countries...
Another fact is the racial progress in humanity. The
Asians are of Atlantean origin and so both doomed to
make room for the next race after the Aryans, who on
their turn will be wiped out as well when the time is
Before a sun explodes at the end of its life it grows
in mass, so does Asia and Karma does the rest.

--- Cass Silva <> wrote:

> Good point.  So the world has to find the Chinese
> achilles heal.
>   Cass
> wrote:
>           The Chinese would have eaten Ghandi for
> lunch, emitted a large belch and gone on with what
> they were doing.? In the 1950s a group of Chinese
> decided to emulate Ghandi and the footage of the
> soldiers going down the line of sitting protesters,
> blowing out their brains with those big, old mausers
> they used back then, was nothing if not instructive
> in the inherint weakness of Ghandi's ideas as they
> depend on the other side to play by the rules.? The
> Chinese ain't the British.? They don't care.
> Now, if the Tibetans' mythologies have any truth in
> them, a good hailstorm during the Olympics that
> levels the game sites would be much more effective.?
> And fun as well.
> Chuck the Heretic
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Cass Silva <>
> To:
> Sent: Tue, 15 Apr 2008 7:48 pm
> Subject: Re: Theos-World Re: The US Constitution - A
> Midsummer Nights Dream
> Hi Frank,
> On the bright side I do think some Americans are now
> starting to wake up and are starting to realise that
> the dream they thought existed only in America was
> fully operational throughout Europe and Asia. I do
> think the Chinese look at US humanitarianism as
> hypocritical and ignore it. Can anyone answer the
> question, "has Tibet improved, in economic terms
> under the Chinese"? Yes, they are brutual to anyone
> they consider "undesirable" and I triple kiss the
> australian ground my feet are on, but if the
> Tibetans, want to make any inroads, they need to do
> what Ghandi did in India. Screaming Protestors add
> fuel to the mess.
> Cass
> Frank Reitemeyer <> wrote:
> >Its even less of the right thing to be doing today
> in a world that is
> imbued with human rights, a movement that HPB played
> a big role in
> starting and the USA of today represents.
> Really?
> Bernhard Shaw mocked about the Statue of Liberty,
> that even he, who was 
> skilled about cant, had never such an idea.
> You in the USA were never free and - according to
> all probabilities - will 
> never be free.
> You are behind the curtain under foreign rule.
> The reason for your low education - adults in the US
> have an intellect of 
> European school boys, although we here face since
> 1945 the US foreign rule 
> with descend of intellect and moral with every
> decade - is, that you must 
> not develop enough mental power to get conscious of
> your slave situation.
> You have a two party dictature, where one and the
> same foreign rule behind 
> the curtain pulls the strings of both sides.
> It does not matter, if you vote or what you vote or
> which actor plays the 
> role of exoteric US President or which party has the
> majority.
> The foreign rule presents to you their actors and
> they rule you in either 
> case. The constitution is toilet paper and has no
> worth.
> The USA is a quasi communistic state, if we can use
> in that case the term 
> (in HPB's sense) "state" for the robbery and terror
> structure, which since 
> 200 years brings (together with the other rogue
> England) enslavement, mental 
> and physical terror to millions of innocent people
> all over the globe.
> The US military stands now in 120 nations of the
> world to suppress their 
> human rights, the nations rights for their
> svabhavas.
> A human life counts nothing for the rogues, which
> rule the USA.
> They people in the USA not enough to eat, the have
> no or insufficent health 
> care, no or insufficent pensions, they have no free
> press, they can take 
> them their homes away and they are hire and fire
> slaves on the job market 
> with maximal exploitation.
> Democracy is staged with fake elections and dummy
> choices. You should study 
> Purucker on it.
> I feel compassion with you, because I see very well
> (Germany, Europe, EU and 
> Nato being un-democratically under US foreign rule)
> what it means to have 
> raised under such mental terror and brainwashing
> ("you are free - just 
> believe it") in USA in schools, education, tv, press
> without the chance to 
> have break out. Comparison and analysis is
> *potentially* easier in Germany, 
> where we had several systems in short serial order.
> OTOH, the average German 
> loves alien nations more than his own, while the
> Anglo-Saxon says: "My home 
> is my castle", "Britannia rules the waves",
> "Amercian way of life" and 
> "might for right" - so karma has adjusted the
> changes in the end.
> I am therefore anti-American?
> No, I am pro America. Pro America of the founding
> fathers, not the America 
> of FED, WW I, WW II and two hundred unjust US wars
> of aggression since 1945, 
> including inside job 9-11.
> So, what are you going to say to China?
> Frank
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