posted on Dec, 27 2008 @ 10:21 AM
Originally posted by enigmania
And so in order for that to happen....in order for the utopian day to arrive....some outside force must suppress those who deny truth?
I'm not sure if this was a response to me but, that's not what I mean.
It's not about punishment, I'm just saying that there comes a day when noone can believe the lies any longer, especially when they get at the wrong
end of the lie.
Yes it was to you.
I agree that it seems that we have some form of pressure which wants truth to prevail.
Just out of curiosity if a group of people know of a transgresion it seems that a need exists to speak of it. To find out the truth even if it is
within that group.
Also....I agree that in that group energy is used to cover up the transgression sometimes resulting in the demise of the group...sometimes not.
Some groups seems to thrive on the profit of transgression. If you examine Empire Building by any entity they profit for a time from theft of land
and murder of the people but they all crumble. Those who speak of a kingdom that survives for evervalue truth yet truth never seems to gain and hold
power. Lies dominate and hold truth at bay.
Yet some truth will survive among the victims ...ie truth of the old ways...truth of what belonged to who....truth of what/how people were
killed/raped/stolen from..etc it seems justice turns its eyes toward some other goal other then the revealing of truth and the redemption of those who
have suffered loss at the hands of imperialists.
Some form of Justice may emerge but it is generally years after the truth of a matter has risen. Look at the north American indian for example....he
has lost all ....tradition, land, family,the law of the old ways, and now they have gained some justice via Casino's...lol but not really....
I remember reading about a Chief who saw that all was gone as he sat a prison in the USA after the last of the Indian Wars....all the buffalo, all the
land that they once roamed and hunted on, the fowl of the air are being massacred, the rivers and the streams full of the blood of Indian Children and
Women...all was gone.
The truth of the slaughter of the people is suppresed by American History and the people still starve. They are the poorest of the poor in North
So the question still stands " How can truth win?"