May 10, 2015 Ines Radman Uncategorized
27 million Russians died during the German invasion in World War II. You heard me right, 27 million people died fighting for their freedoms and died as innocent civilians while being bombed by the Germans. I’m not a historian and I don’t spend time reading it, especially the history concerning wars and occupations, so I will not go into detail about how and why, the point is that 27 million people died and I have not heard or read anywhere that the Russians asked for restitution from the Germans and they sure didn’t call it a Genocide or Holocaust yet the Jews cried wolf over a few million according to them, although I don’t agree with the numbers and certainly many Holocaust historians don’t either, a perfect example is one Ernest Zundel who ended up in Canadian and German prisons because he claimed and had research to back it up that the Jews were not gassed as claimed, rather, those chambers served as disinfecting chambers. The point to mentioning Zundel is that the number killed or died is but a small segment compared to the Russians that died.
The Russians have not used that to control humanity either, in fact, their humble acceptance of that time is part of their history and they are very proud of their country.
I have a problem with history being used as a reminder of horrible events and wars. Even as a young woman I never participated in any type of D-Day or Remembrance Day in Canada. Here in Croatia, I swear not a month goes by that there is not a holiday to remind the population of something horrific. Is this done on purpose? Do we really need to live in the past and feel the pain and sorrow each time a holiday comes along? Perhaps if we used history as a lesson and changed our ways I would feel different about it, but I don’t see any benefit in constantly being reminded of death. When it boils down to it, whether it’s a war, occupation, mass death, genocide, Spanish flu epidemic, it’s all about death.
The holidays in Croatia are not enough. We have streets named after death such as Freedom Fighter Boulevard, War Hero’s Boulevard, General Gotovina Street, almost every street is named after a historic event or people where there was death.
I ask people why they value such way of life, constantly year after year, celebrating, comemorating, remembering the dead and their answer is usually always the same: “Well, it’s good to remember our past or we have to respect and remember the dead or those that died serving our country.” Why do we need to remember? What good does it bring to us or our well being? We can’t bring them back, we can’t reverse time, we can’t bring peace into a reality that is controlled by the Matrix and that is designed and set up for us to live the past, if only for harvesting the negative energy. I don’t see any other reason why we need to constantly remember death when it changes nothing.
I don’t have a problem celebrating 25th or 50th anniversary of such events. In that case we ARE respecting those that died for a cause and it’s part of a history that is recorded in history books, but to do it year after year after year is utterly nonsense and I don’t care if you don’t agree with me, but unless you can give me one reason how that will benefit humanity, I can’t accept it. I believe that is an intentional plan along with all the other false programming, in order to keep our frequencies at a lower rate, in order to bring us to a state of sadness and sorrow and mourning only to be harvested. I don’t see any other reason.
If we can go back during peace, we can then say “Yes, we learned from history that killing, occupations and war do not serve humanity and that we can be better for the lessons we learned”. We are not in a state of peace and just going back the last 100 years, we have outnumbered deaths from births due to wars.
I can’t fathom 27 million people dead. Can you? Imagine 27 million people dying in this age? Would we allow it to happen? Would we allow even 1000 people to die? Yes, we allowed over 2000 Palestinians to die without lifting a hand, but then I suppose Palestinians lives are not as valued as maybe 1 Jewish boy.
I don’t believe that we would allow 27 million people to die, unless of course a Nuclear bomb was dropped or two, how many nuclear bombs are needed to kill 27 million people?
I could say that I don’t believe 27 million people died in Russia during WWII. Just because it says so, doesn’t mean it is simply because it’s such a huge number. There are only 4.5 million Croatians and when I compare that to the Russians, it’s mind boggling but I believe the numbers because Russians have never asked to be compensated, they don’t use that against the Germans or anyone for that matter, so I have to believe it’s true.
The past is worth mentioning if we use it to gain insight, to change our ways, to improve our lives, to compare with current reality, but reminding populations each year of death is not for our benefit, it serves no purpose other than perhaps increasing flower sales and boy, flowers in Croatia are sold like crazy. People go to their loved ones graves almost every week and bring fresh flowers. On holidays they bring fresh flowers, on the Day of the Dead they bring fresh flowers, on Passover they bring fresh flowers, on the birthdays of the dead they bring flowers, in fact, flowers and graves are big business in Croatia. Like many Catholic countries in Europe, you need to get a loan to build your grave before you die, you can literally spend less money on a new car then the family grave you build for you, your family, your children and whoever else you choose to sleep beside you in the graves.
I don’t want to be buried, I have told my kids that I want to be cremated and the ashes dispersed in the ocean. I don’t want anyone spending money on fresh flowers. I don’t want anyone to be reminded of my death. I don’t want anyone remembering my anniversary of death. I don’t go to funerals unless I am really close to the person that died. I abhor the mass spending of graves, the flowers that wilt overnight, the wailing and gnashing of teeth begging their gods to take them too.
I abhor any reminder of any death because most people that are not awake live in fear all their lives of death, yet they celebrate them each year. All I can say to those that fear death and buy flowers for dead people is this: “Don’t rush, slow down, sit back and relax because you’re rushing towards death”. It’s not about death actually, it’s about being reminded of it all the time. We need to stop looking backwards because the moment slips by and we forget that the moment is what matters. The past needs to stay in the past, the future doesn’t exist, the moment is all you have.
Thanks to Ines at: https://wearelightbeings.wordpress.com/