The great Satan: America needs to be seen as the good guy once again, because we really are the good guys; we have just been living too much in our heads, and we have gotten lost.
Have it all: America now is the most materialistic and least spiritual country in the world. When Americans learn the ultimate truth, they will become the most spiritual country almost over night. We will have it all, material and spiritual, and we will be in a position to give it all to the rest of the world, and we will.
Once we start being who we really are, we will not have any problems, only solutions.
We are the leaders of the world. We have to start leading in the right direction. People in the world are looking at us and wondering if we are the great Satan as some people are saying, or if we are an angel that will save the world. It is time to show them the truth. We are an angel that is going to save everyone we can.
Help ourselves: Before we help the rest of the world, we have to help our own country. We should concentrate our resources on straightening out our own country first to build a model for the rest of the world to see and follow.
First, help yourself spiritually, then America, then the rest of the world.
If the people of the world see us doing the right thing and how it is benefiting us, they will want to be like us. They will see what we do, because worldwide communication will make that possible. We just have to make sure the leaders of their country are not stopping the truth from getting to them.
I am a firm believer in the people. If given the truth, they can be depended upon to meet any national crises. The great point is to bring them the real facts. Abraham Lincoln
The news lately has focused on Mexicans illegally coming across our southern borders and using our education and medical system. We do not like that, so we are planning to build a big, expensive wall to try and stop them and do all sorts of things to make their pitiful lives even worse than they are. It will not work, and in the long run, it will cost us more than helping them costs us now. Doesn’t the Statue of Liberty invite everyone to come here?
It says, “Give me your tired, your poor, your huddled masses yearning to breathe free, the wretched refuse of your teeming shore. Send these, the homeless, tempest-tossed, to me. I lift my lamp beside the golden door.”
We should remove the invitation and statue if people are no longer welcome. Instead of seeing how we can make those poor peoples’ lives worse, shouldn’t we do the opposite and see how we can make their lives better? The problem is that their country is so corrupt and disorganized that they cannot live a decent life there. That is the real problem. We should either help them change things in their country, or let them come to ours.