Iran War must be avoided at all costs: here’s why.
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War with Iran appears to be on the horizon…
… if you pay attention to the 24/7 mainstream news media.
Here is why we must avoid war with Iran at all costs:
Further bloodshed will get us nowhere.
We will only repeat the same story and continue to re-learn the same lessons.
It is time for a new story… It is time for peace.
We must understand that people living in the Middle East are just like you and me.
We all want the same things. We want happy families, food, shelter, water, fulfilling work, and spiritual fulfillment.
We might have very different strategies for achieving these goals but they are ultimately the same pursuit.
All of humanity is united in the same common purposes and similar connected needs.
Here’s the challenge: there are many in this world who fail to acknowledge or realize this deeper truth.
The corporate news media, military industrial complex, and protected government “leaders” are the ones who want war.
They are the ones who need a war to turn a profit.
They are the ones who need a distraction and supposed victory in order to gain re-election or further favor with their supporters.
However, if we feed these bases of hatred and destruction, we will only continue the same sad and hateful story.
It is time for this story of pain and suffering to end, once and for all.
We must choose a higher path. We must choose negotiation. We must choose universal brotherhood and sisterhood.
Let us examine history and LEARN for once.
If you think a potential invasion of Iran would be a good idea, examine the invasion of Gaul by the Romans.
Julius Caesar invaded Gaul in order to cement his political foothold. He would then use this victory to secure his reign and achieve his own ambitions.
Millions of Celts would die in the process and an entire ethnic group would almost be exterminated…
What was their crime against the Roman people?
Their ancestors had invaded Rome long before. The people who lived in Gaul were the genetic lineage of those barbarians.
The Roman people held onto their grudge and did not forget.
When Caesar conquered Gaul, the Romans rejoiced. They welcomed the hordes of slaves who died in the Colosseum. They allowed Caesar to become their dictator and dominate all aspects of their life, until his assassination.
We would then go on to remember Caesar as a great leader and general. A man who always achieved his goals.
We even named a salad dressing after him.
However, what we forget is the millions of families who were exterminated to fulfill this man’s ambitions.
We do not remember the Roman soldiers who died on the battlefield, fighting an enemy who posed their country no real harm.
Rome would go on to suffer the penalty of their karmic crimes.
Their cities would be sacked by Barbarians much like those they feared in the times of Caesar…
The very enemies they wanted to destroy only came back stronger, more vengeful, and with more reasons to kill Romans.
The rule of Caesar would set the example for Roman leaders moving forward.
Emperors lived in fear of assassination. This fear increased their paranoia and caused many of them to make terrible decisions, resulting in further death.
Does this story sound familiar?
In 2020, we have an opportunity to avoid Caesar’s mistakes.
We can learn from his failures.
We can heal the karma of our ancestors if we learn from their mistakes, instead of looking to them as examples.
It is time for a new story.
We must be the writers.