Who’s fighting who?
- People feel they are being discriminated against
- Sympathizing countries come to their aid
- The government would lose all the revenue and resources
- The advantage of a one-world government…
World events seem to be surrounding who’s fighting who? There’s this so-called terrorist group invading over there, and another attacking people somewhere else. There’s the conflict in the Ukraine where people want to be left alone and the Russians are there to protect these people against aggression from their own government.
Now think about this for a minute, a large group of people feel they are being discriminated against because of their heritage, or it could be religion, or that they speak a different language. Whatever it is they are viewed as different even though they are living in the same country. When citizens feel discriminated against, or are being treated unfairly for any reason, why doesn’t the government try to sit down and talk to these people about their concerns? Why is the first response always – let’s go and shoot at them because maybe they’ll change their mind? This does nothing except anger these people even more because now they’re being treated unfairly and are being attacked by their own government.
Next, sympathizing countries come to their aid and when this happens the people are happy but the government is not. Now the government is at war with the people and the countries that support the people’s cause. When you look at it it’s not really about the people or another country. It’s all about the resources that reside in the areas where the disgruntled people live.
If the government were to give into their demands and let them be a separate state or even join another country, then the government would lose all the revenue and resources from that area. That is what people are really fighting over – money and resources. What would stop these ridiculous situations? We see that there’s only one thing that causes all these problems, whether they are political, sociological, or religious – it’s boundary lines drawn on a map. Suppose all the boundary lines in the world disappeared? Now who would fight who? Wouldn’t everybody belong to the same group – a single world group? Then why would you go to war fighting against yourself? It would be like the people on one side of town fighting the people on the other side of town. Nothing has changed expect there’s no distinct boundaries around countries no matter how small or large.
Could this be what some powerful elites of the world believe would be the advantage of a one-world government? There’s nobody to go to war with. If that were the case then maybe a one-world government is the answer, but the more likely scenario that we see is a consolidation of control and oppression, not by governments but by corporations.
QUESTION: What should readers take away from this message today?
ANSWER: That most of the time conflicts between two groups of people or multiple countries should never be settled by shooting at each other.
QUESTION: Why is this information timely?
ANSWER: This information is timely because it seems that more and more nowadays, the first line of communication is to overpower the other group.
QUESTION: How can readers best apply this information to their lives right now?
ANSWER: If you have something that you see is unfair or unjust you must take all efforts to resolve it without violence.
COMMENTARY: Many decades ago the governments and people worked together to come to a compromise. Now mega-corporations have a stranglehold on the governments of the world and their resources which completely changed the way the systems work. It’s a system of greed in favor of these mega-corporations. The most powerful elitists control them and it’s them who start the wars to gain control of a country’s resources. It has taken these mega-corporations decades to gain the powerful positions on all fronts to wield this unstoppable control. They are the ones who want a one-world government, and it’s not for the good of the people.