Karma Doesn’t Exist

The belief in karma is so widely accepted that few people ever stop to question it. Yet, like the belief in government, upon deeper examination, it too falls apart. Consider for a moment that since the beginning of history, those with power have sought to create beliefs which define the parameters of reality through cultural doctrine in order to control those without power, and thereby maintain the status quo. Religion has been a primary example of this. Even under the guise of “spiritual salvation”, religion has a vested interest in maintaining its influence and esteem, much like government (which is why they’re often intertwined). Therefore, engrained in to the precepts of both religion and government is the belief that without their purported “authority”, humanity would crumble in the corruption of its own self-created destruction and sin. This is a time-tested method of social manipulation. One such ideological construct to perpetuate this belief is “karma”.


Like most archaic spiritual concepts, there are various interpretations of what exactly karma is depending on which agenda is using the term. Some interpretations use the concept simply as a means of expressing the virtue of benevolent deeds and the benefit of living in the moment, as opposed to clinging to memory and perpetuating our past shortcomings. This kind of admonition is understandable since it implies no vilification. However, the most widely-accepted definition of karma defines it as:

“the spiritual principle of cause and effect where intent and actions of an individual (cause) influence the future of that individual (effect). Good intent and good deed contribute to good karma and future happiness, while bad intent and bad deed contribute to bad karma and future suffering. Karma is closely associated with the idea of rebirth in many schools of Asian religions [but also present in other religions, such as the concept of “Gilgul” in Judaism]. In these schools, karma in the present affects one’s future in the current life, as well as the nature and quality of future lives – one’s saṃsāra.”

~ Wikipedia

Historically, the concept of karma came about in India with its earliest mention in the Upanishads, written between 800-500 BC during a time when the hereditary caste system reigned throughout the region. Just as monarchies and emperors relied on the church’s “rule by divine right” to justify their “authority”, the concept of karma was has been widely used as a spiritual justification for the inequities of social oppression and personal misfortune.

“In no instance has a system (in regard to religion) been ever established, but for the purpose – as well as with the effect – of its being made an instrument of intimidation, corruption, and delusion, for the support of depredation and oppression in the hands of governments.”

~ Jeremy Bentham

Embedded in the theory of karma is the supposition that you are somehow fallen and deserving of suffering, responsible for the misery which befalls your life (even if you are an innocent child being tortured and raped). The theory of karma claims that because you “screwed up” at some point, supposedly even in a past life, you are forced in to a subservient position in the unforgiving cosmic drama, and are now doing penance through a veil of tears.

And, of course, what is the proposed means of salvation given by the religious authorities proselytizing this “cosmic judgement”? That we can only truly be saved by rigidly adhering to the moral relativism, rituals, tithing, and narrow dogma of their particular religion.

… How convenient….

Since the dawn of society, people have sought safety and accountability in some form of authority/ justice which aligns with their own world view. This social tendency has given structure to cultures, often with a common myth to believe and unify under. However, when we try to apply our anthropocentric understandings as absolutes on to incomprehensible spiritual realms, we are left with just a parody, not the truth. In the words of Lao Tzu, “The Tao that can be told is not the eternal Tao.”

Tao mystics never talk about God, reincarnation, heaven, hell. No, they don’t talk about these things. These are all creations of human mind: explanations for something which can never be explained, explanations for the mystery. In fact, all explanations are against God because explanation de-mystifies existence. Existence is a mystery, and one should accept it as a mystery and not pretend to have any explanation. No, explanation is not needed – only exclamation, a wondering heart, awakened, surprised, feeling the mystery of life each moment. Then, and only then, you know what truth is. And truth liberates.

~ Osho, “Never Born, Never Died”

On the personal level, the concept of karma plagues many people who have had exceptionally difficult lives. Often they have been unconsciously conditioned, brainwashed, or coerced in to conditions they otherwise wouldn’t want. Other times they are simply afflicted by circumstances beyond their immediate control, like natural disasters or car accidents. Under the burden of karma, they may feel shamed and even cursed. They suffer the pain of hopelessness and guilt, imagining they somehow “brought it on themselves”. They live in fear, as if a sword of damnation is dangling above their heads for the rest of their lives.

Without questioning this belief in karma, we run the risk of victim blaming, assuming that any victim of any injustice is somehow deserving of it. Because karma lays the blame largely on the victim, it may reinforce within a victim a downward spiral of self-punishing/ self-sabotaging behavior. When a person internalizes unfortunate circumstances as if they “deserved it”, it causes them to focus on and anticipate pain. Subsequently, this creates anxiety around trusting those aspects of their life which would otherwise bring happiness and fulfillment because they’re afraid of some vague “karmic inevitability” where their wellbeing will be ripped away in yet another disaster. Eventually this becomes a self-fulfilling prophecy.

To this day, karma has been one of the most misunderstood and unquestioned religious beliefs. The concept of karma has become essentially akin to “God’s judgement”, used to vaguely justify events in life by projecting one’s value system on to the inconceivable immensity of all existence. Due to the numerous social and psychological burdens this belief perpetuates, it’s imperative that we critically examine the idea of karma. Anything that can be destroyed by the truth of objective analysis most certainly should be.


To objectively assess the validity of personal karma, let’s first examine the question: “What is the individual, objectively speaking?” If all things in existence are connected and, ultimately, “we are all one”, then how can we separate and define the individual apart from everything else? We can do so in name only, but not in reality. The truth is that we can no more separate the individual from the rest of existence any more than we can cut out a wave as entirely separate from the ocean. The concept of our individuality is just that – only a concept. But beyond this extremely limited and boundary-defined 3D perspective of separateness, the objective  truth is that all of life, including our own experience, with its extremely limited perception, exists as a seamless, unbroken, continuous whole. Therefore, from this broader perspective, how can anyone possibly have personal karma?

“We do not “come into” this world; we come out of it, as leaves from a tree. As the ocean “waves,” the universe “peoples.” Every individual is an expression of the whole realm of nature, a unique action of the total universe.”

~ Alan Watts

“Individuality” is a natural construct for our subjective development. However, in light of a much broader awareness, we also come to understand that we cannot encapsulate and ascribe thoughts, words, or behaviors solely to one person. There are an infinite number of things which influence and dictate our consciousness beyond our awareness or control- our environment, genetic dispositions, unconscious conditioning, cultural programming, emotions, instinct, psychosomatic physiology, gut bacteria, spirit attachments, hyperdimensional manipulation, causality, quantum entanglement, and so much more! If you’re not entirely in control of yourself, then how can it be “your karma”? How can you be held ultimately accountable, condemned, or held indebted to circumstances beyond your awareness and control?

Of course, this isn’t to excuse and pardon all wrongdoing. Accountability is an important and necessary aspect of our reality. This is to simply provide a broader, more objective view of life beyond the limitations of anthropocentric categorizations.

“On the side of action, of the cosmic energies, it is seen that they move in masses, waves, currents constantly constituting and reconstituting beings and objects, movements and happenings, entering into them, passing through them, forming themselves in them, throwing themselves out from them on other beings and objects. Each natural individual is a receptacle of these cosmic forces and a dynamo for their propagation; there passes from each to each a constant stream of mental and vital energies, and these run too in cosmic waves and currents no less than the forces of physical Nature. ”

~ Sri Aurobindo

Just for a hilarious take on this issue, Comedian Bill Burr sheds some light on the absurdity of this belief:

“This might be the most arrogant thing I say all night but I actually resent the fact that I’m gonna get judged one day, like if that’s true. That somebody’s gonna judge me. That doesn’t even make any sense! Like, “Dude, you made me, so… this is YOUR fuck up. Alright? Let’s not try to turn this around on me. You know? Jesus Christ… You give me freedom of choice, you make whores, you have me suck at math, and you don’t think this thing’s gonna go off the rails? Like… YOU SET ME UP TO FAIL and now you’ve got the BALLS to now question your own goddamn work.”

Dude, if I made a car, if I built a car and it didn’t run, I wouldn’t like burn it forever: “YOU EVIL PIECE OF SHIT!”, and light it on fire… I wouldn’t. I would troubleshoot: “Is there gas in the engine? Is the battery charged?! Anything beyond this and I’ve got to get a REAL MAN to look at this! But I believe in you! I’ll try and help you out…”

~ Bill Burr

Of course the dynamics of “cause & effect” do exist in many ways; we can measure and predict them throughout various aspects of life. But an objective assessment of karma goes well beyond our extremely limited and biased capability to perceive “cause and effect”. We mustn’t overlook our tendency to project our limited categorizations and moral preferences as “spiritual truths” on to life, much less as “karmic absolutes”.

“The force of the temptation which urges us to seek for such evidence and appearances as are in favor of our desires, and to disregard those which oppose them, is wonderfully great. In this respect we are all, more or less, active promoters of error. In place of practicing wholesome self-abnegation, we ever make the wish the father to the thought: we receive as friendly that which agrees with, we resist with dislike that which opposes us; whereas the very reverse is required by every dictate of common sense.”

~ Michael Faraday

In light of life’s inequities, it’s natural to seek some semblance of justice or understanding in any way we can. The problem with most spiritual beliefs is that many of us – finding distaste with consensus reality – have just pieced together our own more pleasing version which is no more objectively accurate than the previously held belief. By doing this, we give our power away to lies and liars who make us feel good about our subjective preferences, who comfort us with promises of ascension, awakening, and “spiritual superiority” in one form or another.

There’s a peril in picking spiritual beliefs simply on the basis that they “resonate” and “feel good”. While it may provide some temporary personal benefit by providing a more empowering perspective on life, this is by no means an accurate metric of objective truth by which we should assess others. This is called “motivated reasoning”, whereby a person forms a confirmation bias towards that which reaffirms only what supports their subjective desires, interpretation of morality, and anthropocentric views. People seek out plausible explanations for complex phenomena in order to make things fit into their comfortably held belief systems. It is a form of “lying to the self“.

The fact is that nobody (not even well-established religious or governmental institutions) can absolutely tell you what’s objectively “good” and “bad”. Nor can they tell you how you should live your life in all conditions, and much less what fully happens after death and why.


Ultimately, life holds all things, allows all things in existence, and supports the interplay of all things. The totality of existence is an unfathomably multidimensional nexus of interconnected, infinite being coalescing for a greater purpose far beyond our constructs of law, ethics, and morality.

What is this “greater purpose”? The best we understand from looking at the big picture is that life – with all its “good & bad” – is a dynamic equilibrium not always in alignment with our subjective preferences. Generally speaking, life favors evolution through creativity, courage, and connection. This is made evident by the fact that the most fundamental trend throughout all known history is the complexification and connection of both matter and consciousness. This evolution frequently relies on the friction of forces which can appear harsh and destructive, but is a developmental necessity. The predominant tendency of existence is to become increasingly connected through time; galaxies form, life sophisticates, and creativity blossoms exponentially. If destruction and entropy were the dominant forces at play, we wouldn’t see this constantly increasing growth, connection, and creativity. This fundamental constant is the best we can surmise as a “universal purpose”.

Within this greater purpose, each person has their own unique set of circumstances with different lessons to learn and experiences to co-create. There is no “karma”; there is only “what is”, a continuum of unfolding existence toward this purpose. All things therein aspire toward their own purpose with no blame, no damnation, and no superiority. All of life is a co-creating dynamic equilibrium of cosmic forces working through us, since we are all subjective transducers of an objective divine consciousness. Karma is no more than a quaint religious myth at best, because the totality of life orchestrates itself in ways beyond the mind’s ability to fully conceive, comprehend, moralize, or even put in to words.




Exposing Zionism and Israel: A Definitive Guide

This is an in-depth and comprehensive overview for people who care enough to learn the truth about the Palestinian/ Israeli conflict, Zionism, and the hidden forces that created it. If there is ever to be peace and justice in Israel and Palestine, the truth must be known. Like a “well-meaning” band aid on a bullet wound, concessions will not suffice. After decades of war, only a thorough understanding of the underlying, hidden facts will create a solid foundation for any lasting healing and peace to be made.

This may be controversial, but we’ve reached a dangerous point of critical mass where we need to start facing the facts about our collective actions instead of “politely” running away from them. This issue affects us all in many ways which we’ll discuss. But because it’s a sensitive subject for some people, let’s rip the band-aid off quickly and get right to the core of the issue – ZIONISM.

First off, we need to make a clear distinction between “Jews” and Zionists”. They are very different. Judaism is a religion. Zionism is a nationalistic movement that demands the return of the Jewish people to “their” “homeland” to establish Jewish sovereignty in the Land of Israel based on a fictionalized Bronze-Age religious superstition. Not all Jews are Zionists and not all Zionists are religious Jews. In fact, many Jews in Israel disagree with Zionist Religious Nationalism. They see how Zionism differs in both principle and practice from the fundamental Jewish faith, and has been used by wealthy elites as an emotionally-driven tool of brainwashing and infiltration that manipulates Jewish people to usurp sociopolitical control.

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“Zionists” are a group of people that believe Jews must be in control of the historical land of Israel, and are willing to use unlimited violence, theft, and subversion to achieve this goal. This is not an opinion – this is a restatement of many Zionist figureheads’ own words.

“We must use terror, assassination, intimidation, land confiscation, and the cutting of all social services to rid the Galilee of its Arab population.”
~Yisrael Koenig, The Koenig Memorandum.


“We walked outside, Ben-Gurion accompanying us. Allon repeated his question, What is to be done with the Palestinian population?’ Ben-Gurion waved his hand in a gesture which said ‘Drive them out!'”
~ Yitzhak Rabin, leaked censored version of Rabin memoirs, published in the New York Times, 23 October 1979.


“We should prepare to go over to the offensive. Our aim is to smash Lebanon, Trans-Jordan, and Syria. The weak point is Lebanon, for the Moslem regime is artificial and easy for us to undermine. We shall establish a Christian state there, and then we will smash the Arab Legion, eliminate Trans-Jordan; Syria will fall to us. We then bomb and move on and take Port Said, Alexandria and Sinai.”
~ David Ben-Gurion, May 1948, to the General Staff. From Ben-Gurion, A Biography, by Michael Ben-Zohar, Delacorte, New York 1978.

Some religious people may cling to the Zionist notion of “the chosen people” and their “god-given right to the holy land” that is based on a completely absurd Bronze-Age religious superstition with no scientifically factual legitimacy.  In a sane, rational world, your beliefs don’t entitle you with magical “god given rights” to take away the inherent rights of others.

For example: the following clip refers to the lunacy of religious fanatics condemning gays because of what it says in the Bible. But it can also be applied to the lunacy of Zionism condemning everyone who doesn’t completely agree with them, their twisted interpretations of old scripture, and their demand for Religious Nationalism.

Check it out.

Honestly, if simple logic and reason were enough to resolve the situation, we could stop the article here and begin the conscious evolution of the human species.

But religion, including the religion of the State (of which Zionism comprises both), isn’t based on logic and reason. Religious and statist brainwashing is based on emotional “justification”, social pressures, and fear-based indoctrination. So, in case you happen to be someone who needs an avalanche of facts and statistics to show you the horrific illegitimacy of Zionism, along with how people around the world, Jews and non-Jews, are being manipulated towards global destruction by Zionism, let’s continue.

The imaginary religious rhetoric used as the justification of Israel’s establishment says, ‘Semites are God’s chosen people with a right to their holy land’. Even if you believe this megalomaniacal, borderline insane declaration, most Israelis (estimates suggest between 70-85%) aren’t actual Semites! They are converted Ashkenazi Jews from Europe that immigrated to Palestine after World War II. Ironically, the TRUE Semites are the Palestinians, having descended from the Semitic tribes in the Middle East! It’s sadly hypocritical that Israel’s apartheid genocide of Palestine over the past 70+ years is the most horrific “Anti-Semitic” oppression in the world.

Since we’ve clarified the “Semitic” issue, in regards to the “Anti-Semitic” claim, we can see that it too quickly falls apart with no legitimacy. Even former Israeli Minister Shulamit Aloni admits that “calling people ‘Anti-Semitic’ is a trick. We always use it.” It’s a manufactured form of cultural shaming based on lies. It’s part of a desperate attempt to shut down dissent, critical thinking, and inquiry, since obviously using facts, logic, and reason doesn’t work so well in support of Zionism.

So now that we’ve deconstructed the fundamental justifications of Zionism, let’s address Israel’s purported “right to self-defense”. Israel’s main opponent is Hamas, and there has been years of horrific fighting with both parties carrying responsibility. However, did you know that Israel (and the US, by proxy) created Hamas? For those unaware, the Israeli Mossad (their CIA) created Hamas in 1987, with the frontmen Sheikh Ahmed Ismail Yassin and Abdel Aziz al-Rantissi. Why? Because, as Zeev Sternell, historian at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, says: “Israel thought that it was a smart ploy to push the Islamists against the Palestinian Liberation Organization (PLO).”

Divide and conquer: the oldest military tactic in the book.

Well, isn’t that interesting?

This is the same story for the creation of Al Quaeda/ ISIS by the USA in the endless, hypocritical “War on Terror”. Since war is profitable, the psychopaths in power “solve their problems” by making an even bigger problem, then use the state-controlled mainstream media cover up their responsibility by spinning the situation to play the victim card when things get out of hand. This is the same behavior seen in psychopaths. Psychopaths covertly and purposefully create their own problems, using guilt, gaslighting, and divisive rhetoric to act like the victims, doing exactly what they demonize others of doing (like using children as human shields), pandering to their allies while simultaneously manipulating them, inflaming the drama to generate more power, all while continuously lying and feeding off the energy of others.

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu was even caught on film admitting all of this!

It doesn’t get much more blatant than that.

In the same way, Israel has continued to lie, manipulate, murder, and drain resources from other countries with impunity, despite breaking international law, arms laws, and unjustly murdering tens of thousands of innocent civilians in Palestine and other countries which creates even more civil unrest and backlash. It’s all part of the Machiavellian plan to maintain power, and Zionist sympathizers have fallen for it, hook, line, and sinker.

Bottom line: when you are illegally occupying territories that are not yours based on fictional beliefs, contrary to consensus of international law, purposefully arming other religious extremists to create bigger problems, you have no inherent moral superiority deserving of defense or “rights” over that land. PERIOD. Don’t agree? Let’s say I broke in to your house declaring, “One of my ancestors wrote in a book a long time ago saying this is my land forever because I believe something different than you, so I’m taking everything you own and putting you in a concentration camp. And If you fight back, I have the right to kill you.” Would you allow it to happen and say, “Well, he has a right to self-defense because of his religious superstition”, or would you consider me a criminal who’s mentally delusional? Obviously, it would be criminally insane! So why would any person with a conscience and an ounce of sanity allow it to happen to Palestine?

In this way, we can compare Zionism to the American settlers’ apartheid genocide of Native Americans under the fictional, religious ideology of “Manifest Destiny”. Same as always, those with more power demonize those that resist with propaganda, calling them “terrorists”“savages”, “lesser”,  “insurgents”, and “a threat to civilization”.


Just like America’s excuse of their oppression and expulsion from England to “seek their own land”, Zionism also uses a fictional, wildly exaggerated narrative of the Holocaust as the justification for turning Palestine in to an apartheid concentration camp. And just like America ignores the underhanded, subversive details of its history, Zionism also conveniently leaves out much of its history which causes the conflicts it pretends to be the victim of. For example, Zionists ignore being responsible for the economic collapse and cultural exploitation of Germany in the early 20th century. And when they were removed from their positions of power, unable to usurp off Germany unto its demise, International Zionists used the Jewish people as a scapegoat for declaring war on Germany pre-World War 2.


They say “Truth Fears No Investigation”, yet the Holocaust continues to be ILLEGAL to simply question in many countries. This is one of the many mechanisms of mind control we see to maintain social ignorance so Zionists can continue their endless predation of entire countries.  I guess the Zionist declaration “Never Again!” doesn’t apply when you are the one committing the genocidal atrocities. How convenient… for the psychopaths behind it all.


With these psychopathic commonalities, is it any surprise that America is Israel’s biggest supporter– politically, industrially, militarily, and financially? Even while America’s infrastructure crumbles, it has increasingly given hundred of billions of dollars to Israel, at $3 billion per year and rising (not including loan guarantees, massive weapon stockpiles, military and private development contracts, and more). If a government’s loyalties are supposedly to the betterment of its people first and foremost, above all, then why would the US government sacrifice the well-being of its own people to support a foreign country? It’s more than just strategic positioning to spread control in the Middle East. The reason why is because, just like in pre-WW2 Germany, behind the scenes, key elements in government, banking, industry, and media have been hijacked by Zionists who are beholden to the elite private interests that put them in positions of power over the interests of the people. History repeats itself when people don’t learn the lessons.

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Speaking of “history repeats itself”, we’ll come back to discussing who’s behind the scenes after a quick historical segue to better understand how and why the situation came to be.

In my discussions with Israeli supporters, people try to justify the occupation by claiming, “The region is better now with Israel there because before Israel came along, nobody was really in Palestine. It was full of violent, uncivilized people oppressing women and cutting peoples’ head off.” This too is incorrect, and desperately in need of some education. Here’s a quick history lesson to set the record straight, so get ready for rapid fire facts.

From 1517-1917 Turkey’s Ottoman Empire stretched across what is presently known as Lebanon, Syria, Palestine, and Israel. During World War I (1914-1918), Turkey supported Germany. When Germany was defeated, so were the Turks. Prior to this in 1916, as the region was being taken over by the Allied forces, control of the southern portion of the Ottoman Empire was “mandated” to France and Britain under the Sykes-Picot Agreement supervised by the League of Nations, which divided the Arab region into zones of influence. This was not meant to permanently retain control, since the region had been under Middle Eastern control since the 16th century. Instead, it was intended as a temporary measure to facilitate the transition “until such time as they [the native communities] are able to stand alone“, as was stated in The Covenant of the League of Nations. In other words, “Don’t try and manipulate the region for control. Just keep the peace and let people govern themselves”. This was considered a very reasonable agreement to everyone involved at the time (except the Turks and the Axis powers in the war, obviously). Lebanon and Syria were assigned (mandated) to France, and “Mandatory Palestine(today’s Jordan, Israel, and Palestine) was mandated in trust to Great Britain.


To the well-established native Arab population who lived in Palestine, it was their homeland. Return of their native rights had been promised to them both implicitly in The Covenant of the League of Nations which was the charter for the League of Nations through which they formed an agreement with local communities, but also by the Allies in the McMahon Agreement (1915) for their help in defeating the Turks in World War 1. However, soon after in 1917 this would be betrayed by the Balfour Declaration, wherein the British would also promise Walter Rothschild, 2nd Baron Rothschild and his Zionist counterparts the establishment of a Jewish state in exchange for financial, industrial, and political support to win WW1 (and gain support for all future conflicts, obviously). This betrayal and introduction of privatized ultra-wealthy elitist Zionist sociopolitical control is the pivotal demise in the history of the region. It also ties in to the imposed injustice in Treaty of Versailles after World War 1, the socioeconomic destruction of Germany between the two wars, and the hidden history of World War 2, all of which was instigated and manipulated by Zionist interests to their benefit for the creation of Israel.

But from these facts, we can see that before Israel, Palestine was a relatively modern, well-established area with a diverse, thriving culture under Turkish/ tentative British rule and influence. Now it’s well known as the largest concentration camp in the world. For anyone who wants further proof that Palestine was a legitimate region with a cohesive national community which was destroyed by Zionist interests, having existed well before the illegitimate creation of Israel, there are several authenticated photographs which document that period in history. Even more, here is a minted coin from 1927 worth 10 Mils (this currency is obviously no longer used).


Note that the word “Palestine” is written in both Arabic and Hebrew indicating not only a Jewish presence, but a prominent one! Jews and Arabs DID live side by side in peace. The modern idea that they cannot coexist is an absolute fallacy, purposefully manufactured by the same wealthy Zionist interests who wanted to destabilize the region for their own power.

There are a dizzying number of crimes and offenses by Zionists that we could further address. The unprovoked attack of the USS Liberty by Israel, complete US political control by AIPAC, the suspicious assassination of Yitzhak Rabin (referred to as Israel’s JFK trying to make peace with Palestine) by a proud Zionist, the Golan Heights development and other continuing land grabs, the horrific human-rights-violations towards the Palestinians, the myth of the Iron Dome defense, MOSSAD’s involvement in the 9-11 attacks, and much more. But each one is deserving of an article (if not a book) by itself. This is simply an overview. If you want to go deeper, please check out the links provided and do your own research.

But since we’ve laid the groundwork, it seems appropriate for a foremost researcher on the subject, David Icke, to elaborate and tie together the history of Zionism & Israel, he hidden controllers behind it all, and the specific puppets in power we see at work today.

So there it is.

Looking throughout history, this is nothing new. From Egypt, to the Dark Ages, to the Vatican, religion and politics have been “partners in crime” since their inception, creating conflict for the benefit of a few psychopaths in power, outside the public eye, at the expense of everything else. Until people realize the Zionist Story and learn who is behind these manipulations, history will continue to repeat itself. Mere concessions and appeasement will not suffice. Considering the state of the world and the consequences of our collective ignorance, we desperately need truth, love, and justice, and we need it fast.

Religion, politics, society are exploiting you, and you are being conditioned by them; you are being forced in a particular direction. You are not human beings; you are mere cogs in a machine. You suffer patiently, submitting to the cruelties of environment, when you, individually, have the possibilities of changing them.”

~ Jiddu Krishnamurti