Author: Gearóid Ó Colmáin The recent mass murder of Jews in a Pittsburgh Synagogue have shocked and horrified the world. The attacks highlight, once again, America’s psychotic pandemic and the seemingly unstoppable proliferation of evil and hatred in a godless society. President Trump has strongly condemned the attacks, yet the leaders of organised Jewry such as the Anti-Defamation League have blamed Trump for the rise of what they refer to as ‘white nationalism’. But little or no mention is made of Trump’s close relationship with Israel, the so-called ‘Jewish State’. Steve Bannon, Trump’s former Chief Strategist,… Continue Reading
“Year after year, month after month, I see two sides of the world; two extremes which are getting more and more disconnected:
I see great cities like Homs in Syria, reduced to horrifying ruins. I see Kabul and Jalalabad in Afghanistan, fragmented by enormous concrete walls intended to protect NATO occupation armies and their local puppets. I see monstrous environmental devastation in places such as Indonesian Borneo, Peruvian gold mining towns, or the by now almost uninhabitable atoll island-nations of Oceania: Tuvalu, Kiribati or Marshall Islands.
I see slums, a lack of sanitation and clean drinking water, where the boots of Western empires have been smashing local cultures, enslaving people and looting natural resources.” Continue Reading
Humanism New Age Christianity Light = Knowledge (Gnosis) Light = Divine Love Unconditional Human Rights Duties of Man (The 10 commandments +1 new) Civil Morale Dependent on Circumstances Universal Moral Conscience Have for god Lucifer, the bearer of light Have for god the Father or the Cause of creation (the “Word”) Man in the center of the universe God omniscient, omnipotent and omnipresent Spiritual awakening by working on oneself Rescuing the soul by the love of God and Creation Man becomes his own god Man is a son of god Hedonism and the search for happiness on earth Search to… Continue Reading
Whoever is free of his movements chooses his direction. This can lead to a dead end, a crossing, or other places. If he chooses his direction in an irresponsible way, without paying the least attention to the consequences of his choice, he is likely to produce dramatic consequences for him and for the other individuals who come to cross his path. The latter may then consider that he is dangerous and accordingly restrict his freedom of movement. Freedom is only sustainable if it is accompanied by a sense of responsibility. This means including taking into account the possible or probable… Continue Reading