In 1916 German General Erik von Falkenhayn fired over 100,000 poison gas cannon shells on the French during the extended Battle of Verdun where each side suffered 350,00 casualties. During that same year in the Battle of the Somme the Germans lost 350,000 dead, wounded, or missing, the British 450,000, and the French another 200,000. In a European Civil War of mutual destruction in that year alone over one-and-a-half million young soldiers exterminated each other. It was a policy of mutual destruction which amounted to genocide against themselves.” the historian told me at a UNNGO seminar. “Europe in the aftermath extended this policy of death to America and the world which resulted in World War II and beyond.”
“A psychological distance open-ed between those who killed and those who were killed when the Germans, British, and Americans bombed whole cities where hundreds of thousand of men, women, and children were incinerated by fire-bomb attacks. The pilots releasing their bombs were doing their jobs without anger or malice, and this extended past the war when at the press of a button nuclear missiles could be released and millions of lives ended!”
“Today in the world the Save the Earth policymakers want to eventually halve world population to roughly three billion people and do it mainly through sterilizing women and abortion. In America alone there have been over 60 million abortions since it was legalized this accounting for the need for worker-immigrants from Central America and India. Europe no long has young people to export and they are on borrowed time!” the historian continued. He did not want his name mentioned for fear of retaliation.
“These policies of human self-destruction on a massive scale are not done by evil people, but by well meaning people concerned with reproductive rights and choice. Instead, they consider people opposed to reproductive rights as being evil or obstructionist. Seemingly they project a mentality of invincible ignorance and react emotionally to anyone who disagrees with them!” he continued. “Those aware of the wholesale slaughter of the innocents consider it a necessary evil I n order to save planet earth, and there is no stopping them!” So I asked what will be the outcome?
“It will play itself out until such time we wake up if ever. Whole peoples will simply disappear off the stage of history as the centuries unfold, and we still may be at the dawn of history as Asia plays a greater role in contemporary affairs.” he concluded. “It’s time to eat.” he said.
“You are what you eat!” he said over a dinner of lobsters, crabs, and snails” and I began to wonder about him as I dined on roast turkey, mashed potatoes, and asparagus. “The world is a funny place!” I said to him.
A Turkish farmer had seventeen camels and decided to give half to one nephew, one-third to another, and one-ninth to a third nephew. His nephews could not decide how to divide the seventeen camels between themselves, and they went to the elder wise man of the village for advice.
“I will give you one camel as a free gift!” the wise man said, and they now had eighteen camels. The first received nine, the second six, and the third nephew received two for a total of seventeen.
So they returned the “extra” camel to the wise man who said: “It cost me nothing to solve your problem. Go! And do likewise with your neighbors!”