Violence: the Meaning of all its Aspects – the Root of Violence

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Violence: the meaning of all its various aspects. The description of Violence takes on a different connotation either objective or subjective depending on the subject who uses violence. There is the violence of the Rich against the poor (the violence of the settler against the colonised, groundless or racial violence); the violence of the Poor reacting against the root of the power, or trying to take the place of the Rich, by vexing those who are equally poor or even poorer, this is the same violence of the Rich, because it expresses feelings of envy, oppression, resentment and revenge (domestic violence, violence against women.) Violence: the meaning of all its various aspects. The description of Violence takes on a different connotation either objective or subjective depending on the subject who uses violence. There is the violence of the Rich against the poor (the violence of the settler against the colonised, groundless or racial violence); the violence of the Poor reacting against the root of the power, or trying to take the place of the Rich, by vexing those who are equally poor or even poorer, this is the same violence of the Rich, because it expresses feelings of envy, oppression, resentment and revenge (domestic violence, violence against women.) Picture: in 2014 Anonymous, a group of non-governmental activists, launched a large-scale Internet campaign against racial violence.

In this article, I would like to focus on Violence and provide an insight into all its various aspects.

It goes without saying that the approach to violence takes on either an objective or a subjective connotation depending on the subjects who use violence, i.e. the oppressed or the ruling class.

Put simply, it is impossible to equate the violence of the "Settler" with the violence of the "Colonized person": the violence of the Settler against the Colonised person and the violence of the latter against the former; these "two" kinds of violence are clearly distinct.

In fact, the violence of the Rich and the violence of the Poor are not the same thing: the Poor actually fight against the root of the power and try to redeem themselves from the violence suffered, which in turn addresses the weak and urges the poor to put the blame for their failure on the lowest, forever repeating the reasons underlying their own failure and oppression.

Obviously, the violence of the Poor who wants to take the place of the rich, thus vexing those who are equally poor or even poorer, looks like the violence of the Rich, since it is based on the same feelings of envy, oppression, grudge and revenge.

This behaviour feeds the violence of the Rich and is also responsible for it.

This violence-revenge does not express the urgency to totally overcome one’s status of exploited or exploiter, as the "grudge" does not rely on "the Last will be the First, and the First will be the Last, so that there will be neither First nor Last."

However, from a logical point of view, the violence used by the "Rich" is different, because the rich can draw on countless resources to act in the name of beauty, magnanimity, mercy, pity and in harmony with the whole world, while the Servants are needy and deprived of the enlightened rationality, therefore they are generally less free and aware than the Rich or even than those who are neither rich nor poor, but released from opposing antagonisms.

 

Therefore, based on truth, logic and fairness, the violence of the Rich cannot be equated with the one of the Poor.

Obviously, we should know how to defend ourselves from both of them with the most suitable means: the "groundless" violence of the Master and the "blind with anger" one of the Servant.

However, the violence of the Servant, the Colonised, the Employee, the Humble, the Low can be regarded as justifiable when it fights against the root of the Violence, then it is no longer "Violence", but rather Justice, the highest form of Justice: it is the wrath of the Lamb, the wrath of the Mother-Father, the wrath of the Child, the wrath of the Lover of Peace in Justice which shouts with all its indignation at the Dreadful Injustice, at the Cowardice making room for Oppression and Falsehood; at the Cowardice which is responsible for Violence and Injustice.

 

As an ancient saying goes: "Beware of the curse of the Poor who is a begging God."

Even Moses killed the Egyptian slave master who was beating up a helpless Jewish slave.

Marx (just like Christ) is a beautiful "Fish": if you take it away from water, it decomposes, dies, "putrefies" and ends up thrown away; conversely, if you leave it in the water, it shall thrive full of life and joy and shall bear life in the world.

And Marx's current is precisely the biblical prophetism.

Marxism, albeit properly intended, widens our perspective and helps us become citizens of the world.

 

 

 

 

 

  Picture: Michelangelo (Sistine Chapel) - Moses kills the Egyptian slave master.

 

 

 

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Someone asked us: "Modern prophetism often talks about God, so what is God for you? And what religion do you profess? What is the meaning of this word? Are there any other Gods? If so, who are they?" 

A. as soon as you cease to be, you will become God.

However, please remember that Modern Prophetism has always regarded this entity as "The Great Light", I will tell you why later on.

But now let’s focus on God.

God is nothing special; God is our actual essence.

God is our existence.

If I tell you that you are God, I am just saying that we exist, you exist!

In our own language, existence and God are synonyms.

Even the trees and the animals are God, just like the stars and you all.

And you, who are reading these words, or you, who have contacted me, are God!

Maybe you did not know it.

In fact, you may not be aware of your divine nature.

But we are aware of it!

And when we become aware of our divine nature, we can also realise the divine essence of the others.

Therefore, it is hard for me to tell you how many Gods there are.

They are countless ... All the living beings are Gods, but each of them features different levels of acknowledgement, accomplishment and awareness.

 

All the religions, without any exception, believe that men have had a soul since their birth.

Throughout the history of mankind, Giorgio Gurdjieff is the only one who has astonishingly said: "You don’t have any soul."

The only one! Despite the various religions.

Gurdjieff stands out from the crowd and claims that men have no soul; therefore, the place intended for the soul is actually empty.

Anyhow, we may try to create it.

 

Just like G. Gurdjieff, I know that we have come into this world with a soul, but the idea that men are born with a soul acts as a hindrance.

It has let men fall into a deeper sleep: yes, you are born with a soul, God is within you, the kingdom of God is within you, what should you do now?

Work hard to reach those things that are not within you, such as money, power and reputation; since no one says: "Every child is born with money (I am not referring to the money belonging to one’s parents or legacy!), every child is born with political power, every child is born with a reputation." Nobody says that.

These are targets to be achieved.

Freedom, awareness, God - whatever you may call it - must be discovered, and it often requires great efforts.

It is hidden, dozy; it must be enlivened and brought to maturity.

It must bloom and bear fruit.

Now let’s consider the last statements of the “Nobody” prophet, which must not be taken for granted, but examined and discussed, in addition to the popular Declaration of Human Rights.

"Whereas recognition of the inherent dignity and of the equal and inalienable rights of all members of the human family is the foundation of freedom, justice and peace in the world,

Whereas disregard and contempt for human rights have resulted in barbarous acts which have outraged the conscience of mankind, and the advent of a world in which human beings shall enjoy freedom of speech and belief and freedom from fear and want has been proclaimed as the highest aspiration of the common people."

 

- Nine: a World Government

I support a single world government.

In this case, wars would no longer take place and most of the military personnel would be dismissed.

These people would be useful and offer their own contribution if they could cooperate with the other men, and poverty would disappear.

Nowadays, seventy percent of the national domestic product of all the Countries is intended for the army, while the population makes do with the remaining thirty percent.

If the army disappeared, this seventy percent would revert to all the citizens.

Poverty is not inevitable, beggars are not inevitable!

These mendicants, these Ethiopias are the result of our society.

On the one hand, we create powerful armies and on the other hand we starve thousands of people.

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