reply to post by ErtaiNaGia
If you truly read my words rather than just my opening post and the odd counter-arguments from others, you would see that COUNTLESS times I have
explained that "getting what one deserves" is with human involvement. Outside acts which we cannot control are just part of fate. How many times
do I need to write this? Honestly?
Make an effort, I beg you, and learn more about my stance. It's nothing to do WHATSOEVER with people deserving to die. I've written it literally
about 30 times in the last 2 days. It truly is staggering the hypocracy around here; being told to research and 'mature', yet people can't even
spend 15 mins quickly reading into my own posts over 4 pages? Staggering, indeed.
I will research the 'system' mentioned here.
The Rothchilds indeed may well control the system and whatnot, but the purpose of those people (I notice you only picked the one involved in
conspiracy - very topical of you, well done - what about the other 'normal' people? What about the BBC article I posted? DO they not count?) is to
show how they came from nothing - a lot of whom lived on streets. They did not take handouts and created opportunities.
This African debate, on the other hand, is so beyond the scope of this thread that it beggers belief. How can we find connections between 'you get
what you deserve/what you put in, you put out', and people being forced into sex? Of course they don't deserve it, but unfortunately I can't do
much about that, can I? What have YOU done about it? Am I the only solider on the side of debate here? On the side of doing? I'm sure not, but it
sure feels like it. Very easy to bash me, talk down to me like some outcast (which I most certainly am not) and assume I'm some arrogant, selfish
little brat? My goodness.
After all these endless threads, the facts remain:
What you put in, you get out eventually. Sometimes bad things will come and sometimes good things will come which are beyond your control. That's
life, and I am very sorry if you have been raped, forced into marriage, unable to get away from deprivation, work in forced labour, have terrible
parents and school lives which make you contemplate suicide, were invovled in a terrible accident rendering you disabled in some way... I genuinely am
absolutely sorry from the bottom of my heart. But tell me this... is like always and only about the negative things? Should people give up after one
set back? People fight back from the absolute brink of death from whichever cause, and battle on for a wonderful life, albeit a little diminished due
to a disability. On the other hand, people who have everything miss out on so much in life through lack of human interaction, lack of drive because
they don't need to be in the game of survival because it's all in the bank or family already. I feel sorry for these people.
I have put in efforts in music, magic, language, aviation... all very different. I have rewards and only the aviation side did I have a little
financial aid (which I paid back through money and kindness). Now, I entertain others and help two groups speaking different languages to
communicate. My entire world is based around kindness, giving and working with people. I happily work for free or far beyond what I am being paid,
simply because I don't really want their money - I do it for the enjoyment. Thus, what I put in (free time), I get back (more work).
Further to what I said in the paragraph before last about being sorry for negative things., this discussion is really, really really not about things
beyond human control. It is about things WITHIN human control. People can work tirelessly for a successful life and then be struck down in some
awful way. Opposite side of the coin, one can do nothing, spend £1 on the lottery and win £50 million pounds. Now isn't that sickening? Yes.
That's life and if you're not okay with that, you might be in the wrong place.
You all make out that only "I" should be giving to charity, helping starving kids in Africa, killing off dangerous family members for other's
protection etc., but I simply cannot.
On the other hand, I have always wanted to spend some time in a poor country and help out so perhaps one day I'll create a video blog of what I am
doing/will have done in such a place. Maybe you lot could do the same.
I know people need help and it's not all down to their OWN decisions and actions, we all need help, but the fact, again, will never change: What YOU
put in, YOU will get out. You REAP, what you SOW.
And that, will never change.