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toward a new utopia
I am sending this important email in the hope of raising awareness to promote reason, justice and love for all people and the Earth rather than the obsession of power and the world of things. I do not wish to instill fear, but rather to guide you in some small way toward world peace.
I am an activist and I have before me a debacle. I came across a text by the sacred Hopi called Hotevilla by Thomas Mails and Dan Evehema. The Hopi are very spiritually advanced, and they know their chakras just as the yogis of India do, as I understand it. Their traditional elders are adept at prophesy, and they have prophesied a day called Purification Day when a 'red army covers the Earth like red ants', a reference to WWIII. Early last century the Hopi prophesied WWI and II before they occurred and brought this to the US government. They were ignored and WWI shortly ensued.
The book is cloaked in symbol. Most of the book describes how the Hopi have been exploited by the US military/industrial/church complex, and the subtitle of the book is 'microcosm of the world'. The Hopi are saying that not only have they been exploited, but all developing world people have been similarly exploited, leading us into WWIII by demanding a reprisal from the developing world.
What are some examples of developing world exploitation? You get snippets of it in the papers, but I have made a study of it. Most populations have experienced some, if not all, of the following as a result of US businesses, politicians and churches:
arms and drug running
a history of US support of military dictatorships
creation of client states (a form of international economic dependency that keeps developing world nations poor)
control of world markets via the WTO
control of mineral resources worldwide
environmental chaos including global warming, pesticides, and loose factory controls poisoning the water, air and land
removal of native people from their land
brainwashing through the churches that wipes out ancient wisdom
We are in the middle of a subtle but severe crisis worldwide, and it seems that if we don't correct our actions in business and politics and via the churches we will see Purification Day or WWIII. The Iraq war for oil is an example, and perhaps the last straw, of US hegemonic hold on the world's oil resources at a time of peaking and declining oil supplies. The developing world needs this oil more than we do, and may be willing to fight for it. China, Latin American socialist nations and Muslim nations would all like to see an end to our exploitation and oppression (as would many native populations worldwide). The Iran issue isn't helping matters.
Furthermore, we should be pursuing renewable energy sources for environmental and peaceful reasons anyway, to make ourselves independent from global war for resources. Why aren't we investing in solar and wind power, and bringing up old and new answers in physics like Tesla engineering and harnessing the energy of tides, as well as learning from the advances of Europe and other developed countries?
The Hopi have a creed, to protect land and life. This creed is analogous to our political Left's protection of environmental and human rights. Imagine what the world would look like if we took the time in business, politics and church to act for the benefit of all people worldwide as they would like to be helped (as we affect those people and their future generations), in closer and closer harmony with nature.
By 2013, the end of the Hopi calendar, we should see a new time of global curiosity and commonwealth worldwide that is unprecedented. World peace and prosperity is the hope for most worldwide. Why don't we avoid WWIII now, and aim at the goal of protecting land and life, which is our inevitable conclusion?
The Hopi are a holy people and do not wish to see WWIII, which is why they made the prophesy public.
Thomas Mails also authored Hopi Survival Kit which is designed to help citizens' spiritual edification for the survival of WWIII.
I would like to add my own point. In certain areas of our global economy a planned economy is in order. Agriculture, transportation, education, housing, clothing, communication should all be free and should foster the ancient and local wisdom of these trades worldwide. For example, in agriculture it would be crazy to grow only soy beans worldwide, but it would be wise to support the growth of native beans and the trade of native beans worldwide. The local and global planned economies can feed of off each other in a dance that can be of great benefit for all people and for the growth of the ecology of the Earth.
Capitalism is as old as the coin. It is not likely to leave us and it clearly has lucrative qualities. My only qualm with capitalism is that it is conducted in conditions that poison the environment and enslave or set to war the people. Capitalism should always make life better, start to finish, not make life worse; and that includes the environment. I feel that any chemical that is toxic should not be taken out of the lab, and any economic model that enslaves or causes war should not leave the boardroom or classroom. These are barbaric practices. Capitalism is fine, but it needs to be capped and we need to get used to living in a wonderful environment, not harnessing it.
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