ALL gifts come with a hidden request. All gifts first have to be earned and only when that act of hardship, sweet sorrow and joy has taken place will that gift mean anything when you give. Receiving is nothing to do with your giving and therefore we dance to a different, but no less important, tune.
This Government has come into power with the agenda of mining and oil field development, and it is keen to give it away as has happened in other nations — especially the poorer nations that are in conflicts not caused by themselves but by rich nations so greedy that murder in plain sight is worthwhile.
Again, it is men in very high places. Not women, only men.
I have nothing against mining and oil exploration if it is safe and not intrusive but I do have strong feeling towards people being murdered, abused, raped and exploited just so already-very-rich people can keep on taking more for themselves and their elite tribe. These people think they can repeat the abuse time and time again, but that is not so as now with modern communications we can see just what is going on — and we are finding ways to uncover the mask from these hidden faces of greed.
You might get away with it once but greed is so powerful that you just have to do it one more time, and so it goes until all is uncovered.
I look close to home in Australia with the boatpeople and ask “Why?”, and of course it’s because we go to war instead of giving a fair price — and now these people have to flee their own countries.
Western New Guinea comes to mind, and New Guinea itself. In fact, who gave Western New Guinea away?! Did its lovely indigenous people suddenly say, “Hell, we don’t need half our country and while we’re giving things away, come and rape and plunder our people.”
What would happen if all our ladies started to only breed with lovely-natured men, gentle men, men with intelligence, men who want to give, men who want to work and play hard in making a better world, who want to be good lovers, cooks and still do real-men things like climb mountains, go fishing, play football, golf and sail yachts, join the military and go off to help other nations in time of strife in a humanitarian role. Maybe we need to leave the warrior behind.
Yes, we have our problems here at home but nothing in your wildest dreams like in a lot of those other abused nations.
I don’t mean we can forget our problems; it only takes a small match to get a big fire going — either through abuse to our own people by the few; or to get our people going into creating a fantastic nation with free minds, transparency and accountability — and I really do like the latter.
Our biggest problem is finding the time to share our gifts, or investigate and out those who are cheating the people of this world, this nation, this family. It is hard to fight the idiots who don’t want to share, and abuse our given rights . . . especially if they have hired your society from right under your nose to help plunder even more, for the few.