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Napoleon, Ice Age, and the Empire Sun - Part 3

 

 

- 1 - Love versus Empire - the beginning of the end of Empire
- 2 - While Napoleon wasn't aiming directly for genocide with his campaign
- 3 - The genocidal objective that started with the doctrine of the Empire Sun, has become a monster
- 4 - Napoleon was a saint in comparison with modern society
- 5 - Napoleon didn't intend the tragedy that he caused to happen
- 6 - In contrast with Napoleon, who wanted to develop a land bridge to India
- 7 - Napoleon's troops met their ice age that almost none survived
- 8 - We, in our time, are in need to build a World Bridge with Africa at its center
- 9 - Napoleon's soldiers would cry out to us from their icy grave if they could
- 10 - Divine Love, reflected in universal love for one another
- 11 - In 1812 the soldiers did not wield their swords out of love for humanity, but to kill
- 12 - It may have been the frivolous waste of the 680,000 of Europe's most able men
- 13 - Miraculously, Napoleon managed to mobilize a new army against the Alliance
- 14 - The French-Empire forces were already loosing before the big battle happened
- 15 - The Battle of Leipzig, in Germany, started a week later
- 16 - The battle was brought into the city
- 17 - The position at Leipzig afforded major advantages to Napoleon's army
- 18 - Several rivers converged and split the surrounding terrain into separate sectors
- 19 - The Allies had difficulty moving large numbers of troops into Napoleon's sectors
- 20 - But the momentum was no longer on Napoleon's side
- 21 - After 4 days of war, on October 19, Napoleon ordered the retreat
- 22 - History records little of the details, of the struggles, hopes, sacrifices
- 23 - History also records that the vast French Empire existed no more
- 24 - The Empire lost this day all of its territories east of the Rhine
- 25 - The liberated people who had won their freedom from Empire
- 26 - Construction began 84 years later in 1898. The work was completed in 15 years.
- 27 - The great monument of freedom from Empire is constructed in granite-faced concrete
- 28 - The power that dissolves Empire is the humanity of the human being.
- 29 - The monument is also known for the wide view that it offers to visitors
- 30 - The year 1812 marks the beginning of the end of the system of Empire
- 31 - One day, however, and hopefully soon, the deadly poster of the Empire Sun
- 32 - Till then, the poster of the Empire Sun still rules and humanity remains in crisis
- 33 - However, times are changing
- 34 - If the G20 logo symbolizes solar plasma-flow physics, it would indicate
- 35 - Ice Age = Opportunities
- 36 - Whether humanity succeeds on this front remains yet to be seen
- 37 - If humanity fails to break itself away from the still widely accepted doom
- 38 - The time has come for humanity to take the trash out of the house
- 39 - Its humanity still stands
- 40 - Its aspiration for freedom still stands
- 41 - Its vision still stands and continues to enrich the landscape
- 42 - The victory that it commemorates was won in 4 decisive days in 1813
- 43 - The Statue of Liberty in New York harbour stands on the same eternal foundation
- 44 - The copper statue was donated as a gift from the people of France
- 45 - Where the heart smiles, there is liberty
- 46 - The pedestal on which the statue stands was paid for by 120,000 individual contributions
- 47 - This beginning of the end of Empire may have been recognized already in 1813
- 48 - The Statue of Liberty prefigures the inevitable recognition of the inherent dignity
- 49 - We are not impotent - this is true now
- 50 - While the word, 'Ice Age,' is no longer spoken, as it falls outside the framework
- 51 - The Ice Age Challenge before us should be the banner headline in today's world
- 52 - The masters of empire, in contrast, still call it a crime
- 53 - The critical success in this arena depends on whether humanity raises itself up
- 54 - Arise and Shine our time has come - humanity=infinity
- 55 - Like seeds are we, wind-blown
- 56 - Harvest is seedtime, thoughts ripening
- 57 - Thoughts do awaken
- 58 - Who owns the seeds? Do we?
- 59 - Thoughts are seeds, becoming ideas
- 60 - Like seeds, thoughts fall to the ground
- 61 - Love for one-another, the human spring
- 62 - Thoughts are the Universe unfolding
- 63 - Each harvest is seedtime
- 64 - Builders of worlds are we
- 65 - Who owns the cradle for the seed?
- 66 - The melody of nature - what a song!
- 67 - Isten to the song
- 68 - Listen to the symphony of our humanity

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