What About People?
As people, we have a right to ask this question. What about us?
This was a common question a few hundred years ago, and there were plenty of answers then. But since then, the answers have died out.
There are no answers now. Because it is not considered a question worth answering. People are not worth thinking about. Other things are more important.
This causes me to ask more questions. First of all, is it really true that people are not important (are no good)? And secondly, what is more important than we are?
There is an answer to the first question, but you will have to listen carefully to hear it. The answer is “Yes”, but this answer is so embarrassing no one really wants to say it out loud. Their actions speak louder, however, and cannot be doubted “People are no longer important!”
Now for the second question “What is more important?” Here again, you get no answer except ”We don’t know, but whatever it is, it is much more important. And don’t bother us with this question again.”
But here again, if you look at their actions the answer is clear – and extremely disturbing. What is more important than people is the destruction of people! And that is what everybody is doing with a passion.
Logically, this makes no sense. Why would people destroy themselves? They have always been eager to destroy other people, but why turn on themselves? The answer is perfectly logical – they are no longer people themselves. But Superior Beings, as I said in The Superior State of Being. And as such, are determined to eliminate inferior beings. Which are seen as a threat to them.
Here again, this makes no sense. How could inferior beings be a threat to superior beings? But here again, the question is not answered, but simply affirmed “Because they are!” And anyone who doubts them becomes an enemy also. The world is seen in terms of black and white, and only action is required – not thinking.
We need to backup a few centuries and start again. Once again beginning with ourselves.
People will object that this is not possible. We have to go forward, not backward. Even if that means going over a cliff.
Fate is not something that we, as mere people, can tamper with.