As I see it, the problem we will have with the one billion returnees is the same as (but more muted because of their experience and education aboard ship) as we have now, namely that they have been programmed to think and believe a package of illusions and delusions which they have been socially engineered and psychologically conditioned to think and believe. In that sense we will not be starting over but will be dealing with a population that will still tend to have problems adjusting their personal paradigms and views of the world. To illustrate: How many AHers in this forum understand the nature, extent and depth of the illusion within which we live? Do they believe the Strawman illusion exists and that the judicial systems for Anglos, USans and remnants of the British colonial empire force them to live under the UCC rather than common law ? Do they understand that the US is still a defacto colonial appendage of the Crown in London as are Australia, Canada and most other ex-British colonies? Do they understand the meaning of the fact that the Holocaust is a lie? And so on.
I agree we have the ability to change our paradigms and we will be free (and encouraged) to do so. But unfortunately I suspect that many people become sooo wedded to their beliefs and their ideas of themselves that they won’t want to change. The good news is that the hard yards will probably be gained during stasis when everyone gets a taste of true freedom and love while aboard ship. THAT is gonna make our lives sooo much easier.
Now that I know that everyone will get a re-education experience aboard ship I am tempted to relax and stop my efforts to put out material that may help people deprogram themselves, since that job will be much better handled aboard ship. But then I think that insights gained while in this dense 3/4d environment may be better understood and more deeply rooted than those achieved in an ideal environment on ship. Who knows …?
I disagree with the suggestion that the goals of Agenda 21 are reasonable. I agree that people may think they are reasonable, but they are not. I think that is a core issue. Agenda 21 is predicated upon the view that humans must be subservient to the planet whereas I think humans are meant to SERVE the planet, as its godly guardians. I think that humans are spiritual creatures embodying a divine spark of Creator and hence life, in a way that lower forms of matter do not. Accordingly humans should not be assigned lesser value than Gaia or the environment and should not be “packed and stacked” in anthill like housing structures for the benefit of the planetary environment (and the global Jewish controllers who intend to exclusively enjoy that environment).
I see no need to compromise by accepting the concepts and ideas of our Jewish global plantation controllers when re-educating the one billion returnees to Gaia. In my view it will be better to start afresh from first principles. As previously mentioned, I think we need to focus upon developing human individuality, personality and integrity before we seek to have humanity, as a collective, set out to seek to preserve the planet and its ecology. First things first. We must start from where we are at. I think that once we are living in loving, Christ-centred sustainable communities, those communities will automatically take care of Gaia and all its inhabitants. There will be no need for elaborate global political cum propaganda campaigns to convince humans to perform their God-given responsibilities to Gaia.
As regards property, it is arguable that everything belongs to God or Creator and in time humanity will let go of the need for ownership; but I think that understanding is a personal spiritual accomplishment that each individual needs to achieve over time. It is not something that our Jewish plantation controllers have any right to impose on anyone. Also, I think that each human has a right to the fruits of their labour which to me means that if someone creates something through personal effort they have a right to retain and use it which neither Gaia nor the human collective has a right to arbitrarily take away.
Of course in the new society coming most people will eventually be glad to give to others the fruits of their labours – for their own good and the good of their community – but I think that it is reasonable to say that those fruits are the personal property of those who co-create them.