posted on Oct, 8 2009 @ 12:23 PM
reply to post by andy1033
You actually made me consider that the two are not unrelated at all and so I'll not argue the difference at all. I had recognized the phenomenon but
somehow remained blind to using the term "irony" itself.
You say plenty of people hate the people at the top. Perhaps not enough people. Hate may not be a proper way to be in relation. Once the population
ceases to abide the people at the top and reward them, said people will have nowhere to settle. It should be obvious that those at the top cannot stay
at the top without a bottom to support them. Think of all the resources and services of those below they need in order to maintain that.
In other words, they are a reflection of those underneath-- as above, so below. It's tough to face up to that but face it we must. Vengence rather
than transformation will beget yet another cycle. When a transformative critical mass is reached, when those critical few stop carrying the burden,
the remaining supports will give way. Woah to those still underneath!
They may not believe in karma because it gives them consolation. Actually, I believe they do and they are scared and trying to keep the old order
artificially propped up, trying stave off the inevitable as long as possible. I think those that do the worst accumulate the greatest debt over the
What happened in Germany that was not supported by the population at large? Why did they believe vengence and extermination to be a solution to their
hardships? No real secret was ever made of it. Plenty knew what was happening. Why are many so ashamed today? The next temptation is once again
vengence. It was set up that way. By its irony it's not ironic at all.
Karma and irony comingle in the dark. In the light karma disappears altogether.
I think the turnaround is in process but it won't happen until enough sleepers awaken, that is, to their own part in the drama and decide to play