The 14th Dalai Lama of Tibet is not chosen a Dalai Lama for no reason, and it is obvious that he is garnering lots of interest. After the November 2015 Attacks in Paris, he straigh-forwardly told the world that praying simply is not a solution for what have happened, along with other similar atrocities that appear to continually happen all around the globe. He said that events of the likes of bomb attacks at airports and city sites is an issue created by people, and asking God to solve it out makes no sense. We should be the ones responsible for the mess that has been created. His remarks went viral as they resonated all over the world, to everybody who understand that actions on a mass scale is needed at this time, to alter the direction our planet appears to be moving on for many individuals.
Intertwined with the Paris assaults are the realities of war, and there’s an excellent piece composed on the Dalai Lama’s web site site regarding the mass brainwashing of human beings. We closely related to this topic here at Meditation Talks as well, particularly in regards to war, incidents of terrorism, and the development of these groups who are carrying out such strikes all around the globe. Hence, an expert from the Dalai Lama’s statement with which we strongly agree with:
Of course, war and the large military establishments are the greatest sources of violence in the world. Whether their purpose is defensive or offensive, these vast powerful organizations exist solely to kill human beings. We should think carefully about the reality of war. Most of us have been conditioned to regard military combat as exciting and glamorous – an opportunity for men to prove their competence and courage. Since armies are legal, we feel that war is acceptable; in general, nobody feels that war is criminal or that accepting it is criminal attitude. In fact, we have been brainwashed. War is neither glamorous nor attractive. It is monstrous. Its very nature is one of tragedy and suffering. (source)
The above statement is a piece of truth indeed. If you consider it, the military in general, and the so referred strong organizations only exist to kill human beings. As the Dalai Lama goes about the mass brainwashing on this matter, we are conditioned to believe that military service is something to take pride in. Sure, men and women who are entering the service, go with the purpose to serve the nation. They go with a boatload of bravery and good-hearted goals, but what they miss to understand is that this international war on terrorism is an entire fabrication.
The enemy they consider are protecting their country from, is actually A Product of their own nation. As Dr. Michel Choissudovsky, University of Otawa’s Emeritus Professor of Economics tells us, the international war on terrorism is totally bogus, and based on imitation assumptions. Soldiers are brainwashed into believing that they are going after a real enemy, and that they are securing their own state. In the very same time, that same enemy is completely supported and funded by the western military alliance, and as the Dalai Lama further suggests in his message:
War is like a fire in the human community, one whose fuel is living beings. I find this analogy especially appropriate and useful. Modern warfare waged primarily with different forms of fire, but we are so conditioned to see it as thrilling that we talk about this or that marvelous weapon as a remarkable piece of technology without remembering that, if it is actually used, it will burn living people.
Then he continues to say that:
War also strongly resembles a fire in the way it spreads. If one area gets weak, the commanding officer sends in reinforcements. This is throwing live people onto a fire. But because we have been brainwashed to think this way, we do not consider the suffering of individual soldiers. No soldiers want to be wounded or die. None of his loved ones wants any harm to come to him. If one soldier is killed, or maimed for life, at least another five or ten people – his relatives and friends – suffer as well. We should all be horrified by the extent of this tragedy, but we are too confused. (source)
The extend of this brainwashing is rather substantial. It is that brainwashed soldiers should waken if we are going to prevent war in general, as well as the massive murders of other human beings. It is the belief of human beings that they are doing something great, giving the orders, and pulling the triggers that moves the whole machinery of war. We are the reasons why war exists in the first place. It was created by us, and as long as we mutually participate in one way or another, we prolong it. Just imagine in your mind what would occur if each and every human being on the planet refused to participate in war? This is the reason why we say change must come from within, and as more soldiers wake up to this call, to understand what is really going on, there will be more and more people refusing to go to war.
But no matter how malevolent or evil are the many murderous dictators who can currently oppress their nations and cause international problems, it is obvious that they cannot harm others or destroy countless human lives if they don’t have a military organisation accepted and condoned by society.
Several of those soldiers that are used by corporate/bank puppet masters are beginning to awaken and speak out the truth.
The Dalai Lama goes on to speak about how pricey war is. That is something that many folks think about, as it is fact that solely cash is poured in billions into the military, as well as the Department of Defense in America. Those amounts are able to fully relieve poverty and hunger on our planet. However, money is made out of thin air, typed on a computer screen and printed by the commanding elite at will.
We’re discussing, as X Canadian Defense Minister Paul Hellyer states, trillions, and I mean thousands of billions of dollars which were spent on jobs which both the congress and the commander-in-chief do nothing around. Welcome to, what president Eisenhower called, the military industrial complex, where, as we were warned by him, the rise for misplaced power exists and will continue. What would he say today about what has happened?
The purpose is, if we’re going to use cash as a tool, why not allocate it to supply food, shelter and clothes for everybody on earth and take that many? The shield costs of a few states could do this no issue.
We should feel fed up with the violence and killing happening around us. If an animal kills a human being, its miserable, but if a human being is killed by another human being its unimaginable. We need to make a particular attempt to think of each other as fellow human beings, as sisters and our brothers.
Thank you Dalai Lama for saying the things which you have said within recent months.