It was probably me not reading your posts thoroughly.
Two things come to mind with regard to what your saying. First thing is a vaar from Bhai Gurdas (I'm pretty sure?) where he says words to the effect of: If one falls out of a tree and manages to hit the ground unscathed somehow, it doesn't mean it is then okay to start jumping out of trees.
The other is a sakhi when one of our Guru sahiban (can't remember which, might have been Guru Angad dev ji or Guru Amar Das ji? ) is walking past a flimsy looking wall with some SIkhs and he tells them all to hurry past it. When they are queried as to why someone of their stature is concerned about being injured, he tells them live should be preserved and not toyed with.
True. It's certainly six of one, half a dozen of the other, but it's quite telling the arrival and gradual promotion of this narrative at a time when the world is most vulnerable to latch onto any explanation, no matter whether its valid or not, to explain our current predicament.
It reminds me of: "Afghanistan is harbouring Bin Laden, the mastermind of 9/11. Let's bomb Afghanistan to smithereens!" Osama's hiding in Pakistan. "Saddam Hussein has weapons of mass destruction that can reach western lands in 45 minutes. Let's invade and destroy Iraq!" Iraq had no such weapons. "The Arab Spring is a beautiful moment and opportunity for freedom and democracy to reign in those lands." Millions who should be involved in rebuilding their lands after the "expulsion" of dictators and oppressive regimes, leave their countries to come to the West.
I'm not suggesting the Chinese are the victims in all of this, not by any means, but it's become a rule of mine to listen to what the Western press is so vehement in wanting me to believe, and then through a process of filtering, realise the opposite argument they aren't promoting or even wishing to shed a light upon is where the objective truth is to be found. There's only so many times a person can observe the same fundamental phenomena, and then try to silence that voice at that back of their head screaming out that there's a strange pattern emerging that shouldn't be ignored. I'm done trying to silence my conscience.
Maybe I'm wrong, but have you noticed that every decade or two there is a new bemari. I think back in the days it was hiv/aids, then we've had cancer for about a decade and now I'm seeing a growing numbe of people with alzheimers. Cancer seems to be fading. Cancer made them millions $$$ now I think nxt alzheimer's is gnna replace cancer, they "dont know the cure" for it so will make a lot of $$$
No bro she was a fraud! The whole image of white woman cradling a dark malnourished child is a very popular image in the media which they have been using for a very long time.
She was nothing but a cash cow for the Vatican, a poster girl. She made millions through charity and it's a well know fact that all the money went to the pope/vatican.
She didnt use a single penny on the kids in her orphanage. All the kids in her orphanage used to sleep on the concrete floors and her nurses used the same needles on all the kids. She had this strange obsession with death and the dead like a lot of Catholics do and she didnt use any modern treatment on the kids. Disease spread a lot in her orphanage, all of this despite receiving millions through charity.
The hypocrisy is that when she needed treatment herself she would fly off to America for modern western treatment in a jet.
While her kids were sleeping on concrete floors with no treatment she herlself would fly off to America when she was sick. Does that sound like a saint to you?
She made the Vatican millions in her lifetime, and after she died the Vatican decided to make her into a saint.
She was a fraud.
Vatican is one of the richest institutions in the world yet rome Is full of homeless people.
A lot of Christian's see the Vatican as satanic.