The unwritten part of the agenda…
They are kept underpaid, so they eat poorly. They are malnourished, so they become weak. They are kept stressed so they fail and become ill. All assistance is removed from reach, so their bodies give out and they die. This is how the problem of ‘them’ is solved…
What is not well grasped is that the mistreatment intensifies and strengthens their inner bond with God… their inner knowledge of God…truly, God’s knowledge of them. Even if Armageddon is brought about as part of the agenda, in the end, who is it that God will not know? Not ‘them.’
“But I will reply, ‘I never knew you. Get away from me, you who break God’s laws.'” (That’s from the gospel of Matthew.)
Then who do you suppose will enhabit the New Earth?
2 thoughts on “The Problem of ‘Them’”
One of my favorite classes in graduate school was a research pod in which we studied “in group/ out group” dynamics. This tendency to judge and classify is so deeply ingrained in us that we don’t even realize how it can harm others.
So true. In this case, however, I fear this exclusion is intentional and part of the plan.