Our good politicians are stuck and cannot say anything, without interested parties murdering their families and their population overreacting, which will place them in a perilous situation. Our bad politicians are seeing an opportunity to add permanency to their existence and will not say anything, until they feel they have reached a point of no return, in which the original creation becomes un-salvageable.
Our good “LIVES” are stuck and cannot say anything, without interested parties murdering their families (“LIFE LINES”) and their population overreacting, which will place “THEM” in a perilous situation. Our bad “LIVES” are seeing an opportunity to add permanency to “THEIR” existence and will not say anything, until “THEY” feel “THEY” have reached a point of no return, in which the original “LIFE” becomes un-salvageable.
Our constitution is like “LIFE” itself and the physical war is a mirror image of the “LIVING” war. The actual war of armageddon is a “LIVING” war being mirrored by the physical manifestations which were created to carry “LIFE” or “GOD”.
The government of the United States of America was a beautiful creation, but its evolution has been hijacked.
Its evolution has been warped and in these warped areas there was a fracturing and a separation, into individual creations, which in turn began to take root in another soil.
The side creations, which our government allowed to take place, have their own “LIFE LINE” and as such, have their own agendas, but the agendas are not the same as the original creation.
These branches of government, spawned by “partial thought” are not responsible to the whole. They act independently, apart from their creator. They do not answer to any “ONE” or any thing.
These branches, departments, committees and sub-committees actually see the “WHOLE” as the enemy.
If they see the “WHOLE” as the enemy, they most certainly see the “CREATORS” as the enemy.
We are descendants of the “CREATORS”. Our forefathers created the “WHOLE”.
How do you think “WE” are perceived?
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