Tag: war

What does selling your soul mean?

https://www.quora.com/What-does-selling-your-soul-mean/answer/Desmond-Last

It means that you walk with Evil as if Evil were part of your life. Your apathy becomes the New Evil as Evil is unable to exist without you and your selfish greed and hypocrisy.

Should you be a Prime Minister then your apathy to the pain of all those your deeds of selling weapons of war will join you with Evil. Each child you kill when you sell your weapons of destruction to those who tear apart the screaming bloodied bodies of the children of war is a ledger to Hell.

Your soul will be sent to Hell for an eternity for God knows that you did not stand for Good but you laid down for Evil to run its searing rake of corrupted religion over the stinking mire of false human rights you proclaim to the World.

Each night God sends you those bloodied bodies with limbs torn asunder screaming so loud you can never sleep.

You see the pit of Hell’s Furnace each night getting closer and closer to you. Its flames searing your body as you awake in a sweat of fear.

Evil has no friend as you too have no friends. You can only buy your companions of soulless delight who sycophant to your rank or wealth only to one day spit on your grave.

That is what selling your soul does it removes those children of bloodied limbs and screaming pain and instead replaces it with the sterile of collateral damage – your apathy now a new name. But not hiding your soul now twinned with Evil.

Your soul is now sold. You have been bought and paid for. You have no place with God and must one day pay the price – an Eternity of screaming, frenzied pain; each nerve on fire each bone aflame. Your soul now an ember of Hells Inferno.

After almost two decades of war, is Afghanistan better or worse?

HRUK12

This is my answer to the Q on Quora.

With over one million Afghanistan men women and children killed by the conflict which began in 1979 and has never ended it is the unmistakable conclusion that we owe the people of Afghanistan a Peace.

There are no ifs and buts. America, Russia, China and Pakistan have proven themselves chillingly unwilling to provide the forum and the system to ensure that Peace and the fight against terrorism can co-exist.

It is no good ignoring the Taliban. They are part of the history and are part of the future of Afghanistan.

ISIS are not – they are unwanted guest of both the people of Afghanistan and the Taliban. ISIS cannot continue roam the Middle East trying to find a people onto which to force its mistaken culture of God.

If ISIS want an Islamic State they they should form one with the people not against the will of the people.

However, if America does not peruse a dialogue of co-operation with the Taliban then the result will be an ISIS, Taliban and Al Qaeda trifecta of insurgency which could result in a Terrorist Superpower.

Peace in Afghanistan is long overdue for the People who have endured the longest conflict in modern times.

Are they better off? No.

What are the problems of culture of peace?

cropped-cropped-truth2.jpg

This is my answer to this Question on Quora.

There is a problem and that is that Peace can not be obtained by Peace. I wish it were not so but unfortunately Peace will only be obtained by the use of a Democratic Unified Legal Overwhelming Force – in effect what the United Nations was intended to be and has seldom ever been.

It is a parallel as to why true Socialism will never exist except as a dream for those who seek to achieve it. Not everybody is honest, unselfish, principled and loyal to a cause. In order to co-exist we must rid the World of Evil and that as God, Jesus and the Prophet Muhammad know is not an easy task.

Before we can achieve Peace, as otherwise mankind will destroy itself, we must first ensure we all want Peace.

To do that the enforced promotion of the culture of Peace must begin in the place which has in modern times sought so hard to bring Peace; the United Nations.

If we cannot achieve Peace through a Culture of informed dialogue then we must obtain Peace by force.

We must remove the barriers to Peace that exist to further Nation’s vested self-interest and promote instead a Conflict resolution that has the world’s mandate to stop any conflict by any means available and without taking sides.

Until we are able to stop all conflicts with the World’s Mandate for Peace then there can be no culture of ‘Peace for Peace’.
united nations