The Law Is Whatever They Make of It

Is it any use to complain about biased laws? Is it any use to complain about unjust judges? Is it any use to complain about greedy lawyers? And, is it any use to complain about ignorant clients?

If the people who made and use their System to their own benefit, have no need for justice for the people that they govern, then it is no use to complain about the System. Any change they make, is to further benefit them, not us. It says so in the first chapter of Plato’s Republic. A just man takes the words to mean that it does not pay to be unjust. Whereas an unjust man takes the words to mean that there is no limit to Continue reading

False Exit

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I keep showing information to my family members and it’s really disturbing, it’s like they are not human and have no concern and are completely apathetic. It makes me so ill to be around them. They are not human anymore, they are robotrons or cyborgs. It’s very scary, i’m so confused as to what happened to them. They do not care if they are poisoned or if other people are killed. They say they do but then only care about their superficial lives. I see why this whole collapse is happening. The people are bringing it on themselves. If everyone showed care and compassion for others, these dark forces would not be able to thrive. Continue reading

A Code to the Madness?

Information Technology 4From KHADWA: The Code of Truth
By Steffan Stridsberg

666 – Technology

93.

The convenience of computers is everywhere. Even a simple inexpensive $3 watch contains a computer. No longer does it merely tell time; it also can add and subtract, keep time in three different zones, give the day and the date, and beep at predetermined intervals. Computerized voices in fancy cars warn you if you have not fastened your seat belt, that your oil is low, or that you are almost out of fuel. The proliferation of computers has created a strong dependence on them, for real need and pure convenience. The average American’s name is accessed 35 times a day by computer, and this is only the beginning as we become plugged into the ever-growing system. Continue reading