Talorgan Posted December 16, 2022 Share Posted December 16, 2022 23 minutes ago, Saved said: He has to die just like everybody else. And then Judgement. At the point of death will be an understanding that our entire lives - whatever the length - were but a breath. I do not envy those with vast wealth and great achievements, those with positions and titles. We are taught that such people are the success stories of humanity. They are referred to as very important people. Unlimited cocaine and beautiful prostitutes, the finest wines and choice food, billions stashed away in modern day barns known as tax havens. Playing the world as if it were a game, a chess board, where a single pawn represents millions of lives lost in a war of your making for profit and power. What shall they think as they draw their last and what terror awaits them as they realise it's too late to change their eternal destiny. Some would have charged their puppets (the likes of presidents and prime ministers and kings) with the sole task of suppressing the truth for reasons of wickedness. These men of pretend power below the super rich serve their masters with grovelling hands - their end shall be the same. I don't find pity or compassion in my heart for any of them. Not for a Rothschild and not for a Hancock. I most certainly don't find envy there. So yes, this particular cnut doth prosper for a short while, but in the end he must die and justice does not sleep. Yes it be like getting a camel through the eye of a needle. 2 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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