A somber lesson in fear: A nation divided cannot stand

Fear is the Bomb
August 2015 PHILOSOPHY They are weapons that can destroy a nation almost more effectively than bombs and bullets, and all these weapons are spawned from the human heart and mind. These deadly weapons are rooted in fear: prejudice, mistrust, hate, ignorance, paranoia, and suspicion. They can be divisive and destructive and can lead to the polarization of an entire nation. As Lisa Du once said, “Allow your enemies their space to hate; they will destroy themselves in the process.” Tonight’s cautionary moral tale about introspection and survival comes to us by way of the Twilight Zone from the late Mr. Rod Serling, 1960 and the story is simply called, “The Monsters are due on Maple Street.”
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5 Responses to A somber lesson in fear: A nation divided cannot stand

  1. Joseph sonny Skies says:

    Recently saw that episode on a TZ marathon Yes, it says it all…

  2. Dennis E. says:

    Our nation is divided because one it is scriptural. Nation against nation, Kingdom against Kingdom Matthew 24:7 . An end time prophecy.

    Also, our president and some of his friends, I believe is an enabler of the current unrest.
    Black unemployment is the lowest under this president than previous presidents who were white.

    I believe that this has been a stealth operation to bring the black community to a choke point.
    Also, the equality movement has been a spit in the face of those who have worked and obtained the necessary degree(s) to meet the standard of the position. 15.00 and hour to work at Mcdonald’s….Who would thought.

    The title is so true.. We are watching on live TV and with our own eyes, a culture in collapse.

    Seen this episode, paranoia, has caused the death of many people.

  3. madmaxi379 says:

    Sad thing is that so many are unwilling to truly look at their own beliefs, unexamined thoughts, and conditioned reactions; but, they are so quick to judge that anything opposing their ways is wrong. They rather see the splinter in their neighbor’s eye and not the plank on their own.

    Thanks for all you do for us on your sites and in your books.

    • Utopia: the Collapse says:

      thanks for being here to appreciate it. Glad you’re awaken to what’s happening in the world

      all the best

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