HUMANITY AND OTHER FORMS OF MUD
Assuming the love of money is the root of all evil, it becomes logically
inescapable that the hatred of money is the root of all good.
Recognition of this truth deprives the countless hypocrites,
masquerading as "christians," any rationalization by which they may seek
to justify their participation in a world which they were clearly
instructed not to be [part] of.
Money is indisputably a figment of "intelligent" imagination. It is
imposed by the general acceptance of the world's population on the
physical reality of God's Earth. Money is, and has been since its
inception, the material cause of every problem which plagues the world,
which has been created by the imagination of the world's population.
The term "material cause" is used in order to preclude the idea that
pieces of gold, silver, brass, paper, or whathaveyou, are in and of
themselves the root of all evil. Spiritually the root of all evil is
pride, ignorance,and greed. These three spiritual maladies lead
individuals and groups to falsely believe their own superiority over
other individuals or groups, thereby denying the concept of equality,
and giving rise to the evils of elitism, fascism, nazism.
In the physical reality of the Earth ... that is, the hundred-odd
elements which spin as a huge ball of mud through boundless space ...
there is no basis for pride because all things are seen for what they
are: elements; mud in various disguises. It is, of course, mindless
for mud to have pride, as it is mindless to ignore equality, truth,
justice, and freedom. Only ignorance permits mud to behave so
mindlessly as to be proud. Ignorance of the mud's origin gives rise to
mindless fear in those segments of the mud which have any question as to
the Creator existing above the mud. Humanity is mud, as are baboons,
blood-suckers, and snakes.
Since humanity, baboons, blood-suckers, and snakes are all mud in
various forms, then the question must be answered: what is the
difference between humanity and the other forms of life? The answer
lies in the Life Force which animates the mud. The definitive
characteristic of the spirit of humanity is the ability to distinguish
between good and evil. As a direct result of this trait, humanity alone
among the entire creation of mud is blessed, not only with the
capability to create, but also with appreciation of ideals: truth,
justice, freedom, equality, perfection, God. Therefore, if a pile of
mud, regardless of whether or not it shaves or wears the latest Paris
fashions, does not guide its actions on the concept that good is better
than evil, then the mud is a baboon. If mud displays greater concern
for its physical comfort than it does for truth, justice, freedom, or
equality, then it is a blood-sucker. And when mud is more interested in
itself than in God, perfection, or other mud, then it is a snake. A
venomous, blood-sucking baboon is one, like Ronald Wilson Reagan,
displaying all the slimy attributes listed above.
The fruits of the spirt of humanity are peace and love. The fruits of
bestiality are hatred and war, which blossom from a value system placing
greater worth on mud than on the Force which animates the mud, or which
values mud above ideals, or God.
When mud becomes so self-centered as to lose sight of its origin ...
the Earth ... it then falls under the impression that it is separate
from the Earth, and therefore able to own the Earth, or at least some
part of the Earth. This delusion of grandeur is common among those
baboons who shave and seek to hide their nakedness, and is endemic among
venomous blood-sucking baboons. In order to lend substance to their
destructive delusions, these baboons invented money, thereby creating a
world in which anyone without their beastly little marks would be unable
to ply their ignorant game of buying and selling the Creator's mud to
satisfy their greed and boost their pride. Both humanity and baboons
need food and shelter. When baboons restrict access to food and shelter
through playing satanic games of ownership and money, the restrictions
they impose generate privation, fostering resentment, which erupts in
war and crime.
The only way in which baboons or humanity can ever hope to find peace,
love, and the wisdom of Heaven is by stifling the pride, eliminating the
ignorance, and defeating the greed within themselves, in order that
God's Creation may be freely shared.