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David Attenborough isn’t a knight in shining armour; he’s a salesman peddling depopulation dressed up as climate change

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The World Economic Forum (“WEF”) and the World Wildlife Fund (“WWF”) have chosen three leading influencers – Greta Thunberg, Jane Goodall and David Attenborough – to market the ideology under the guise of a “new deal for nature.” In a previous article, we briefly looked at Goodall, who is not good at all.  In this article, we briefly look at Attenborough.

The “new deal for nature’s” three marketeers are part of a much larger and all-encompassing plan.  As highlighted by Professor Dolores Cahill, the United Nations’ (“UN’s”) Agenda 21 is a plan for this entire century and covers the 100 or so years from 1992, when it was adopted, up to the year 2099.  There are detailed road maps for each decade – Agenda 2030, Agenda 2040, Agenda 2050 and so on. 

As part of Agenda 2030, there are 17 Sustainable Development Goals (“SDGs”). The 17 SDGs were adopted by all UN member States in 2015.  Agenda 2030 set out a 15-year plan to achieve the SDGs, i.e., a plan to implement the goals by the end of 2030.  The “new deal for nature” falls under SDG14 and SDG15 and is being mis-sold to the public as “protecting biodiversity.”

UN Statistics Division Progress Chart: Sustainable Development Goals Progress Chart 2022

Two of the marketeers aren’t only mis-selling the “new deal for nature,” that will displace around 300 million indigenous people and countless farmers, but Goodall and Attenborough are also openly marketing depopulation. 


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Attenborough is an English broadcaster, natural historian and author. He is best known for writing and presenting, in conjunction with the BBC Natural History Unit, the nine natural history documentary series forming the Life collection that constitutes a comprehensive survey of animal and plant life on Earth.

He has also talked for decades about overpopulation and how that drives climate change – a favourite topic with the very richest in the world. He is a member of the UK-based charity Population Matters (formerly known as Optimum Population Trust), was a friend of Prince Philip, has described human beings as a “plague on the Earth” and said sending food to famine-ridden countries is “barmy.”

Population Matters is a London-based think tank seeking to reduce the number of live births globally to reduce human impact on the environment.  The organisation promotes widespread abortion, contraception, and sterilisation – styled “family planning” – in poorer countries and encourages smaller family sizes in developed nations.  As well as Attenborough, famous patrons include Paul Ehrlich, Chris Packham and Goodall.

Population Matters, COP26, Glasgow

Wikispooks has selected some of Attenborough’s remarks that unmistakably demonstrate his misanthropy.  Here is one such remark from 2009:

“For the past 20 years, I’ve never had any doubt that the source of the Earth’s ills is overpopulation. I can’t go on saying this sort of thing and then fail to put my head above the parapet.” – David Attenborough (2009)

A couple of years later, Attenborough presented the 2011 Royal Society for Arts (“RSA”) President’s Lecture – a speech entitled ‘People and Planet’. The introduction to his speech was made by the late Prince Phillip. “The dangers facing the earth’s ecosystems are well known and the subject of great concern at all levels. Climate change is high on the list. But there is an underlying and associated cause — population growth,” RSA’s video description reads.

The Over Population Project believes there is no better video presentation on the consequences of overpopulation than Attenborough’s RSA President’s Lecture. This is not surprising as the sole aim of the Overpopulation Project is to study and highlight the environmental impacts of overpopulation, including “humane policies” to end population growth around the world.  Their “solutions” read eerily similar to some of Agenda 2030’s SDGs.

During his RSA lecture, Attenborough pontificated: “Fifty years ago when the WWF was founded, there were about 3 billion people on Earth. Now there are almost 7 billion … and every one of them needing space … the impact of these extra millions of people has spread far beyond the space that they physically claimed … we now realise that the disasters that continue increasingly to afflict the natural world have one element that connects them all – the unprecedented increase in the number of human beings on the planet.  There had been prophets who’ve warned us of this impending disaster. Of course, one of the first was Thomas Malthus.”

RSA: People and Planet: Speech only, 16 March 2011 (22 mins)

He explained further in a blog: “Fifty years ago, a group of far-sighted people in this country [Great Britain] got together to warn the world of an impending disaster.  Among them were a distinguished scientist, Sir Julian Huxley …”  Attenborough omitted to mention that Huxley, among other things, was the leading transhumanist godfather and president of the most infamous eugenics society in Europe, the British Eugenics Society.

Attenborough’s association with eugenicists doesn’t end with admiration of Huxley.  In 2012 Attenborough was interviewed by Wellcome Trust.  The Trust has a close relationship with the British Eugenics Society which was renamed the Galton Institute in 1989. Its library is the guardian of the Eugenics Society historical archives and several top governance positions at the Galton Institute include individuals who originally worked at Wellcome Trust.

Speaking to eugenics associated Wellcome Trust, Attenborough declared that he “couldn’t think of a single problem that wouldn’t be easier to solve if there were less people.”

Wellcome Trust: Sir David Attenborough: an interview with the Wellcome Trust, 20 July 2012 (7 mins)

The false climate change narrative is used as a selling point for depopulation and Attenborough is relentless in his marketing of both.  A clip from Attenborough’s Netflix series ‘Our Planet‘ was shown at the 2019 WEF’s Davos summit to convince attendees that climate change really is having a deadly impact on the world and everything in it. Later, evidence came to light revealing that Attenborough presented fraudulent and misleading information in his clip.  And it wasn’t the last time Attenborough was caught out spreading disinformation.

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Despite being shown up as a charlatan, Attenborough has continued to peddle his wares.  In February 2021, he briefed the UN Security Council: “We are today perilously close to tipping points that, once passed, will send global temperatures spiralling catastrophically higher. if we continue on our current path, we will face the collapse of everything.”

“Tipping point” has been a favoured term for climate alarmists for decades and there have been several such proclamations.  If any of their scaremongering predictions had been vaguely true, “the collapse of everything” would have happened in the 1980s if not sooner.

Attenborough, of course, has a close association with WEF.  He has been a regular speaker at WEF events, maybe to mentally prepare business and government managers for the agenda of quick depopulation. But in 2020, WEF wheeled out the other two marketeers for their annual meeting at Davos.  One of the key areas WEF prioritised was “how to save the planet.”  Klaus Schwab invited Thunberg who hysterically declared “our house is still on fire” and Goodall attended one of the Davos 2020 sessions to declare there would be no environmental problems if the world’s population was 450 million instead of the current 8 billion. 

Attenborough was not completely left out in the cold though.  In a conveniently timed appeal, a week before Davos 2020 began, The Knowledge Exchange Australia regurgitated Attenborough’s interview of 8 years previously with Wellcome Trust.  The description of their video highlights that Attenborough “points out our human population is clearly one of the drivers that underlie all global problems.” The 2-minute excerpt began with Attenborough’s statement from 8 years earlier:

“I have no doubt that the fundamental source of all our problems, particularly our environmental problems, is population growth. I can’t think of a single problem that would be easier to solve if there were less people”

Rachel Elnaugh, a UK entrepreneur of BBC’s ‘Dragons’ Den’ fame, summed it up in a Telegram post which we’ve copied below.

We know that David Attenborough is a frequent speaker at Davos and is heavily involved as an advisor to WEF.  It’s easy to understand then, how “global overpopulation” was used as the justification to get so many countries to agree to the Covid/Great Reset/mass culling master plan.

The problem on the planet is not population – it is a system that delivers all of the money and resources to a tiny number of ruthless, heartless, soulless people.

I have a better solution.  Redistribute all of the wealth, including land, of the 1% “elite” to local communities to ensure that everyone has the basic resources of clean water, land and equipment to create sustainable energy and locally grown organic food.

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VoicefromEurope
VoicefromEurope
30 days ago

So where is the logic ? If climate change is so detrimental for the survival of billions of people why not just encourage it and let it do the depopulation work ?

Bob - Enough
Bob - Enough
Reply to  VoicefromEurope
29 days ago

Sometimes VFE, your intelligence and logic is utterly baffling. Usually, you just spout negative bllx of course… but this one comment makes up for everything.

Islander
Islander
Reply to  Bob - Enough
29 days ago

“You took the words right out of my mouth!”

But, there is such a thing as a “forked tongue”. So steady on…

Bob - Enough
Bob - Enough
Reply to  Islander
29 days ago

I once knew a bird with a… OK; I shall leave it, but, but …

Diane
Diane
30 days ago

David Attenborough, never a word about God in his ‘nature’ musings. Have you ever noticed he just has to include a chase and death scene in every documentary he makes…he seems to relish these kill shots…once I realised that, I couldn’t watch his shows anymore. He doesn’t care about the animals or the planet, just another anti-life, anti-God, death cult adherent.

M. Davies
M. Davies
Reply to  Diane
29 days ago

Yes, and if these ‘elites’ are so very concerned, perhaps they should consider depopulating themselves and their own families first if it’s such a good idea.

Stuart
Stuart
Reply to  M. Davies
29 days ago

And use their trillions to implement the useless measures they suggest. The Rothchilds alone have more trillions than the rest of the world’s population combined, and have used their wealth to fund both sides of every war since Napoleonic times.

Sola
Sola
Reply to  M. Davies
28 days ago

That’s exactly what I mentioned in another comment. All those that are concerned about overpopulation, well…

Pat
Pat
Reply to  Diane
29 days ago

Interestingly, my favorite video he made is of the Lyrebird, and there’s no such scene in it. It has the best sequences of imitation of modern tech sounds I have run across on YouTube. Unfortunately, it is a fact that animals kill other animals. It’s undoubtedly more of his glee than the facts that is most disturbing.

Peter Andreassen
Peter Andreassen
Reply to  Diane
25 days ago

Yup! I never was obsessed with Attenborough, like many people. I always thought his documentaries were blah (like all mainstream “nature” documentaries etc. which promote the false “sustainability” narrative). It was as if I knew subconsciously that this was all part of a satanic death cult.

Elaine
Elaine
29 days ago

BBC yes man …tried too make out David Bellamy was mad BECAUSE he wouldn’t roll along with BBC narrative.. Allegedly

Islander
Islander
Reply to  Elaine
29 days ago

From memory I believe Bellamy said “global warming is poppycock!” As he stood his ground on this, he was promptly shown the door.

As for Attenborough, he truly is satanic.

bangbangsilverhammer
bangbangsilverhammer
29 days ago

Awarded for pushing the BBC climate change hoax

W. A. O'Gorman
W. A. O'Gorman
29 days ago

I repeat my remark that whenever you see a turtle on a fence post it didn’t get there by itself: or stay there! If he wasn’t such an efficient cheerleader he would have suffered “old white male” syndrome and be kicked into the long grass. David Bellamy was a more relateable, less oily, comentator but was one of the first well known figures to be obliterated from the public’s consciousness because he was inclined to follow the evidence of his eyes rather than stick to the script.
Most people seem unable to grasp just how sinister these population controllers are. The answer to population is to radically improve living standards: affluent families tend to have markedly fewer children. Those on the political Left seem to have lost their collective mind when in their eagerness to debunk any idea of a Higher Power they are unable to register that lunatics like Gates, Fauci,the WEF, and the WHO are casting themselves asthe Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse – with Welby and Francis cheering them on. As for little Miss Muppet, she is best summed up by Mrs Brown’s tearing grandson Bono a new ******le when he tells her that he hopes to save the planet.

Happy New Year!

Islander
Islander
Reply to  W. A. O'Gorman
29 days ago

You obviously passed your 11+!

Happy new year to you too!

Bob - Enough
Bob - Enough
Reply to  W. A. O'Gorman
29 days ago

I am sorry, I disagree (but will buy you a drink), so DOWNTICKED YOU. Whilst I agree with the majority of what you state, I strongly disagree with the whole concept of over-population or a population crisis. Get on a plane and travel the continents looking out of the windows and see EXACTLY how much land we take up – bugger all, or we can go onto another argument that is – without human interference by the global parasites … the World BY DEFAULT can not be overpopulated – because we would literally starve or die of thirst. That is life – the survival of the fittest .. which has been manipulated against us.

W. A. O'Gorman
W. A. O'Gorman
Reply to  Bob - Enough
29 days ago

Bob I don’t understand the downtick. My point was that if the poorest nations were allowed to improve then the population would stabilise because people with hope tend to be more aspirational and take control of their situation. [you can see how the reverse of that is being deliberately engineered here by a nanny state ironically dependent upon cheap immigrant labour to do jobs that would have to be done by locals – if there were no easy alternative]
Gates has openly said that the best way to reduce the population is through ” a really good vaccination policy”. Presumably his supporters have either missed that or assume that their personal doorposts have the magic sign. The data seems to show that not to be the case.
One more point, liberals are always ****ing and moaning about Empire and slavery – so why have the “liberated” countries not done more over many decades to give their people clean water and education, and how can green libtards ignore the conditions under which the metals for their feelgood electric cars are being produced? Asking for a friend.

Bob - Enough
Bob - Enough
Reply to  W. A. O'Gorman
29 days ago

Now we agree 100%. People tend to forget that it was only a few generations ago in the UK (West in general) that parents (parents =MAN AND WOMEN) would have 5, 6, or more kids… because they knew many would die early. One of my Grandads was 1 of 12, 6 survived.

The downtick is because a) Islander complimented you and b) I personally think we are dealing with a sick and pathetic few, that waffle on about depopulation – NOT for the good of the planet or society; but because they are satanic, control freaks that need to be eliminated asap. AND c) you talk about the “turtle on a (INSERT = NAILED) fence post” … well I saw this in a place called Turtle Island near Marmaris and Bodran in Turkey on a very exclusive and expensive “romantic” boat ride… this was the only turtle we saw, so it is your fault, that no romance happened. Happy New Year, no response required as I am going to crack open another bottle.

Islander
Islander
Reply to  Bob - Enough
29 days ago

Now look here young man-us oldies may not have the full grasp of everything, but we can smell a dirty rotting dead rat from twenty yards!
It used to be called “global warming”, they changed it to “climate change” when they realised many were waking up to the FACT that our Earth isn’t a spinning ball. The term “globalist” will be outdated anytime soon; already being replaced by other adjectives such as “elites”.
Your “chip on the shoulder” may disappear in an instant if Everton knock six past Man City tomorrow!!!

Mr. O’Gorman passed his 11+ in 1959, I failed mine in 1971, can you work out how old we are?
Anyway, I hope you are enjoying your non-alcoholic wine!
Happy new year!

Bob - Enough
Bob - Enough
Reply to  Islander
28 days ago

Strangely enough, I failed my entrance exam into a relatively local grammar school (based on the 11+), in about 1977, because a huge module of it was in French .. something I had never heard of.

As for Mr. O’Gorman passing his 11+ in 1959 .. wow, did we really have paper and pencils back then ?.

1-1 against City… I can live with that, non-alcoholic wine is fantastic when you mix it with Vodka and the fireworks over here are banging all day – not a copper in site.

Now Happy New Year, have a great time. Talk in 2023.

Islander
Islander
Reply to  Bob - Enough
28 days ago

I enjoy a glass of wine, or two, or more with my evening meal! And not the non-alcoholic nonsense! I can’t understand the need for non-alcoholic wines (especially as the Scriptures teach they were fermented); why pretend you are drinking the right stuff? Why not drink any old fruit juice, if you are so prejudiced?

Lampard has his stay of execution, lets hope he builds on it?

Bob - Enough
Bob - Enough
Reply to  Islander
28 days ago

Not even sure where or how the non-alcoholic stuff came into the thread … doubt it was from me though !.

Now again, Happy New Year = HINT = Go and enjoy yourself whilst letting me do the same; until tomorrow anyway.

Pat
Pat
Reply to  W. A. O'Gorman
29 days ago

You are absolutely right. Raise the standard of living, and people have fewer children. So the only humane thing to do whether you want to reduce the population or not (I don’t), is to help people get safe well water, good sanitation, solar panels so they can run their smartphones, and wholesome food and living conditions. Those people aren’t interested because they hate. That’s the product of the evil spirits they welcome into their lives.

Pat
Pat
Reply to  Bob - Enough
29 days ago

Being an ornithologist, I hear all the time about how bird populations are declining and birds are going extinct. I have absolutely no doubt that some birds are not doing well for various reasons, including wind turbines and insecticides. But that said, when I go out to study birds and look at the vast stretches of empty land in my neck of the woods, and the huge fields of crops that aren’t watched most of the time, I suspect that many birds simply want to get away from us, so they go where we are not. People chasing birds are not monitoring these vast areas on any kind of regular basis. How do they know? And then I go somewhere and see thousands or tens of thousands of Sandhill Cranes, and read reports of hundreds of some species in my area, or watch hundreds of blackbirds landing on the electric lines in the evenings, and think to myself, even the claims are false. Birds can go anywhere they like. And then I see photos of hundreds of thousands of shorebirds or something else flying up from a body of water someplace, I think to myself about these claims. So why would they even want to hang around near us?

kiwi
kiwi
Reply to  Pat
27 days ago

its the emf (5g) that the birds are escaping from

guy
guy
Reply to  Bob - Enough
27 days ago

Hi
Then maybe the problem is that we are polluting, destroying and occupying the habitats of our fellow non human inhabitants, nevermind the shame i feel when reading about animals bordering on extinction.

With current technology maybe we could move out of these areas to less animal populated areas like the deserts, and turn them into oasises, does anyone have any thoughts on this, it is only theoretical I know and probably never would come to fruition but it is interesting to me to think about solutions to this problem of the world.

john
john
29 days ago

Timeline Convergence:
“We need to understand that “time” as we commonly think of it, does not actually exist. We use the concept of time and the “passage of time” as a unit of measure, and what do we measure? Our own value. The value of our labor, energy, and skill applied during a unitary measure of seconds, minutes, and hours.  

The concept of time comes to us from the Sumerians whose mathematical system was based on circles and degrees of circles — our old-fashioned non-digital clock being the most common enduring reminder of this. The Sumerians who brought us the concept of gold coins representing bushels of wheat — basically warehouse tokens — also brought us the concept of time and trading labor in units of time. 

And that is still how we use time.  

However, that is not the only function of time; time is also used as a locational device. We are dimly aware of this, too, when we say, for example, “It’s ten minutes to downtown.”  

Time, as a unit of measurement, is not only money, it’s labor, and its placement — a measure of how far you can travel by any given means over any given terrain or through any given medium, via any mode of transportation. Thus, we speak of “light years” meaning the distance one could travel if one travelled at the speed of light for a year.

As handy as all this is, we miss the main point. The concept of time reflects something else, and that something else is radiant force– or what has been described as “directed energy”.  

We know this in a dim way, because we visualize time as a straight line with a past, present, and future. Time has direction and that direction radiates outward from a point source, the present, equally, in all directions.  

Time is not just a unit of measurement, it is a vector force, and our perception of time is dependent upon which timeline and degree on the circle our perception is attached to.

We are living in an electrical and magnetic Universe that draws this radiant directed force from its source point, the present moment, back to a zero point which reflects the present. 

Imagine a circle which is turning, counter-clockwise, like a wheel. Imagine a center point in that circle. Imagine rays that project out from the center point to the edge of the circle, 360 rays, one for every degree. What happens to a point traveling along one of these rays when it hits the edge of the circle? It displaces to the right (or left, if the circle is turning clockwise) and “falls” energetically, down to the next degree ray. 

This creates a spiral of energy that gradually returns to the center point, the “present” that created it. As it nears the center point, the timelines converge, like the petals of a daisy. 

Now, all this is physics and much of it is relatively recent physics — since the 1990’s, the past thirty years. Why haven’t you heard about this? 

The past thirty years have been the most exciting years in the history of physics and you, the General Public, who have paid the bulk of the vast amounts of money paid to support the research have been left in the dark.  

Not a word in the corporate media. Precious little from the scientific community. Instead, we have been “entertained” with politically correct science aiming to justify a new unnecessary taxation scheme, and a genocidal plan to kill billions of innocent people without firing a shot. 

Oh, wait, they are “shots”…. 

If you have been patient or scientifically-minded enough to follow along, I am finally getting to the meat and potatoes. 

We are nearing the zero point where the beginning becomes the end and the end becomes the beginning. The timelines are converging and collapsing. As this happens, we are experiencing the Mandela Effect. 

This involves truly weird, but usually subtle changes that dance around on the edge of our perceptual ability. For example, a new house appears in a vacant field literally overnight. It’s just sitting there in the morning and you can’t imagine how or why. It doesn’t frighten you. It doesn’t look odd. But something tugs at the edge of your consciousness. How’d that get there?  

A poem by Christopher Marlowe that you’ve known and recited all your life, is suddenly attributed to an author you’ve never heard of in every book of poetry you can find that references that poem.  Including your own well-thumbed volume of classic verses. 

A verse from the Bible that you’ve read and recited since childhood is suddenly rewritten to say something else. And it’s not because of a new translation or dependent on the age of the Bibles that you hurriedly double-check. It’s uniformly changed in all of them, including your own.

You’ve owned that Bible fifty years and read that verse a thousand times, but… 

It’s changed. Blink. The wolf lies down with the lamb. Forget the lion. 

And you probably begrudgingly think — if you don’t know what’s going on — that your memory isn’t what it used to be. But there’s nothing wrong with your memory.  

You walk along a familiar street that you’ve walked down five hundred times in your life, and suddenly you look up and see that there’s a new street going down to the railroad tracks called “Gardener Street”. So you are intrigued and turn down Gardener Street and admire the geraniums and feel rather odd about it all, because, well, you’ve lived in this area all your life and never walked down Gardener Street. Never noticed it. But how can that be? The houses look normal, weathered like the rest of the town….

You are experiencing the Mandela Effect. Each time this happens your consciousness gives a little jerk. A head tilt. But if you are like most people, you won’t stop long enough to think about the oddity that just tugged at your awareness. You will continue to reject information –even visual information– that doesn’t agree with your pre-existing mind map. 

I was driving down a country road one evening just before dusk. The sun had just dipped under the horizon, but it was far from dark yet. I happened upon a field and in the field was a vast flock of herons. So I stopped the car and snapped a few photos of this scene with my cell phone. Then I drove down to the next intersection, a block away, stopped, looked back, and the field full of herons had disappeared. Not just the herons. The whole field was filled with old-growth pine trees.  

When I checked my phone, there were no photos. 

These experiences have an odd overall normalcy. They aren’t different enough to cause alarm. What’s scary about a field full of migrating herons, scavenging grain from a newly harvested farm field in the fall?  

It’s only afterward that these experiences can give a shiver up the spine.

These Mandela Effects also cause “Coronal Majesty” when our energy fields become physically visible and we appear to stand in halos. 

Each one of us will have our own experiences with this phenomenon. Many people will shrug it off and not question it much. My advice? Be honest enough to notice when this happens. Deal with it. Recognize it for what it is, and thank the Ancient Hindu Sages who preserved records of it.  

The Mandela Effect will be occurring with increasing force and frequency as neighboring timelines merge with ours. It’s like a freight train adding “cars” representing probable experiences that are close to ours, but not quite the same. 

Even far more important to know as you go through this, something very, very important — the delay between cause and effect is disappearing. 

Most of the Evil that happens in our world is because of a delayed reaction between cause and effect. That delay is disappearing. 

Remember Mean Old Mr. Gravity while you were learning to walk? You’d stand up, your foot would wobble, and plop! You’d be on your toddler rump wondering what happened? You’d wait, get distracted, and then try again and again and again. Each time, gravity taught you a lesson, until you mastered how to stand and walk.  

Our moral development would be equally well-defined and made apparent by the Law of Karma, except for the time delay between cause and effect. You cheat someone today, and it might take ten years or more for the negative energy of that action to come back and whump you, and by that time, you have no idea why you are getting slapped around by “Fate”. 

You might even feel sorry for yourself, because you have no way to connect evil actions ten years ago, with being carjacked today

What happens when that time delay disappears?  

Then you immediately experience the karmic payback of any evil you create. 

You take your gun and kill someone, and immediately, you fall down a stairway and break your neck. 

You tell a lie intending to cheat on your wife, and immediately, your wife lies and cheats on you.  

Everything is tit for tat. No delays. What you give, you get. And right now.

The same inexorable and immediate kind of correction that the Law of Gravity delivers to a toddler, will start being delivered by the Law of Karma. The cause and effect of our evil actions and lies will be made apparent in the same way. 

If we approach this time in ignorance and don’t prepare for it, people will be responding in fear and may not immediately realize that as we approach the zero point, what goes around comes around, and does so very, very fast. 

It’s no longer a “Someday, you are going to get yours!” scenario. 

If you embrace truth and give love and compassion, even to your enemies, that is what will come back to you in the new karmic paradigm.  

If you continue to fight and fear and scheme and lie, that will all land on you, too– with great alacrity and precision. The moral principles of life that so many people have been deriding and denying, will suddenly be enforced in the same way that water flows and wind blows. 

Those who are unprepared will not know that they are face to face with Karma.  

Yeshuah was preparing us for this time when he told us to — literally — love our enemies, because it will be the only way to survive. If we allow ourselves to hate, our own hatred will destroy us. Simple as that. 

We must learn, if we haven’t already, to tell the truth, to love everyone, to love creation, and to love our Creator who has provided all that we need and given us all that we are and all that we have as well.  

Let the glory of the True God shine around us and protect us; let the truth be our defense; let peace be our law; let compassion and wisdom and humility abide with us, and may we be wise as serpents, gentle as doves, for all our days.”
A.V.R. 

Islander
Islander
Reply to  john
29 days ago

Time does exist! (at the present moment at least!).
Time came into existence when our first parents (Adam and Eve) sinned in the garden. The clock started ticking the very moment they fell (Genesis 2:17). So, time is a parenthesis, a “blip” out of eternity as it were. When the Lord returns, time will exist no more for those belonging to Him who are alive at His Coming, the dead in Christ will rise first at this time (1 Thess. 4:16); this being the first resurrection (Revelation 20:5-6). After Christ’s millennial reign on Earth when the “fulness of times” (Eph. 1:10) have passed then comes eternity (time no more).

Pat
Pat
Reply to  john
29 days ago

Well, that was an interesting read. And your point is?

What planet did you say you are from?

Your whole message is maya. And syncretism is for the birds. Oh, wait… Birds don’t deserve that.

Ian
Ian
Reply to  john
29 days ago

John – what an insightful post…and until I clicked a + there were 3 downvotes. as you’d expect for this forum, in these times.

The problem as I see it is that the consequences of our actions often do not materialise until a future life-time.

That’s how you get the ‘unfairness’ of some born into abject poverty, others to luxury, still others – a few – to parents who are spiritual and ‘know’. As well as all the other ‘bad luck’ events that befall us. When will we learn there are No Accidents in the Universe?

I’ve just scanned this and will read you post again when more time (when the dinner bell goes (or ‘DINNER’S READY!!’) one does not tarry.

Do you have a web-site?
Cheers!

Ian
Ian
Reply to  Ian
29 days ago

John. The concept of the interval between cause & effect shortening and even disappearing is fascinating – though I didn’t understand from your writing why or how this could be so, at this time.

If it happens (and in this Yali Yuga, the age of no reason, why should it?) it would surely be a great blessing. It would quickly bring about the end of negative deeds – and by definition, negative thoughts & words – and lead us back to a golden age. My (limited) understanding is that a new Golden Age is quite a way off and there’s a lot of dross, or Karma, to plough through first.

There’s no doubt that time is an illusion and the Hindus – and in current times, people like Ekhart Tolle via his book ‘The Power of Now’ – illustrate this fact.

But when caught up in layer upon layer of the effects of the causes, that appear to be at an individual, nation & world level, the truth of Now is not easy to grasp. The swamp is deep and the lifeline out seems to be by personal effort.

Maybe that’s the work? We may be guided by those who have gone before, but only we, individually can do the hard lifting. Step by step. A hard row to hoe..

Demeter
Demeter
29 days ago

He’s always creeped me out and i’m a veggie! All i hear when he speaks are the carefully modulated, insincere tones to deceive us.

Karen Reinhardt
Karen Reinhardt
29 days ago

Sorry Expose, you lost me with bad mouthing Attenborough. I have to side with him. I think he has far more experience than any of you guys. We are too many needy greedy humans on the planet.

Pat
Pat
29 days ago

The problem with Attenborough is that he narrates beautiful videos of wildlife. I like to watch them on YouTube. But he loves to promote evolution, and it galls the tar out of me! It doesn’t surprise me he has fallen for the global warming thing, and you can bet his palm got greased mightily to persuade him.

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29 days ago

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28 days ago

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kiwi
kiwi
27 days ago

climate change is a fraud just like “covid” is a fraud
no proof either of these fantasies are real or exist

Wotan
Wotan
26 days ago

Packham does not actually properly understand animals and Goodall lacks intelligence, i.e. her comments reflect ignorance and stupidity. Attenborough constantly states that climate change is a human problem, including planetary overcrowding. He has never made a single pertinent statement that makes sense. For example, he complains about carbon dioxide. As it happens, this is the most precious and important substance on the plancet. It only accounts for ca. 0.04% of the atmosphere, but provides us and all the animals with energy, i.e. we could not survive without it. In addition it is also required by all plants, i.e. it is essential for the proper functioning of the planet. It controls global warming, i.e. it lowers the global temperature as and when required.

If necessary, I can provide access to relevant articles, which destroy every single “argument” provided by the above-mentioned ignoramuses/liars.