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Reinhold 'Gaffa' Quisenberry Holt

January 12, 2015

Intervention and it’s Consequences

The law of nature and ethics in human relations tells us, inviolate, that every action in the universe has it’s equal and simultaneous, and sequential, reaction.

Each empire that has sort to enslave another nation has eventually suffered the fate of having the enslaved rise up to slay it’s masters. France has had a long history on enslavement of other nations, and it’s own neighbours. 

The reality is that as the enslaved gain their freedoms, so then does the control start to shift from the masters control of their own nation. Great examples are both France and England where they have seen nearly all of their empire crumble to ash, and the subsequent influx of immigrants to then start the reverse takeover.

The recent attacks in Paris are an abomination, and all efforts should be maintained that people of all countries and nations are protected.  

The not so obvious conclusion out of this, also, is to simultaneously look for the root causation. This does not to appear to have happened. This, is a mistake.

By looking for the causation we can find out why things are occurring, make changes, and then the reoccurring wheel will slowly grind to a halt.

The critical question(s) that needs to be answered in order to arrive at the causative answer is:

In each and every transaction with people and or other countries of; economic, militarily, socially, or otherwise, how have both parties benefited? Are both parties EQUALLY benefiting? Is there an equal interchange of energy occurring where both parties are perfectly willing to exchange sides.

If there is and EQUAL INTERCHANGE then happiness will prosper for both sides of the equation.

If not, then imbalance will occur, and inevitably the universe will then need to correct this imbalance. The imbalance in some cases will cause tension and large amounts of violence as people seek to maintain the balance.

Has France tried to achieve this in her aims currently? One could argue on the most part, yes, and this would be true. 

The point, is, that all people and all countries should be asking their questions about each and every transaction, all the time as an ongoing maxim. Then and only then will be have ongoing happiness as each person is happy and perfectly willing to exchange sides.

Look for the causation, whilst taking simultaneous action to defend and protect oneself, and, make sure our individual and collection actions are balanced.

Footnotes

1. See Esp: The World Crisis – It’s Explanation and Solution. Walter & Lao Russell. (1984) p 57-58.