World Conflicts And Their Solution, Part 1 – What Is The World Looking For?

laitman_220The world is looking for war. There is no other way it can get rid of the redundant mouths to feed or even mouths that are not redundant. This is the reason that the world welcomes wars. The Americans, for example, are proud that ten thousand ISIS members were killed in bombings in Syria in the last six months.

Military conflicts are started intentionally and we will see more and more of that in the future because of the sharp population growth and the need for a solution. This is the reason that humanity will aspire to annihilate as many as possible of those who simply take up space.

Europe is finally beginning to realize what a terrible mistake they made in allowing huge numbers of immigrants to enter its borders. How can this be corrected now? After all, we are not living in the Middle Ages now when people can simply be annihilated like on St. Bartholomew night. This is impossible!

The world is facing very serious problems and people are not looking for peace at all! Everyone realizes that something needs to be done, but it is impossible to solve anything in peaceful ways, and therefore we have no way of coping with the growing Islamic pressure on developed countries. This is the reason that the gradual overtaking of Europe, America, and Russia by Islam will continue. The only difference is that in Russia it will seep in through Tatarstan, Chechnya, and partly even though Turkey, while in Europe it will happen through North Africa and the Arab states. America will also be flooded by immigrants who will increase the mutual hatred through growing pressure. We see what is happening in the US now, what problems there are between the police and the blacks. This conflict is ignited on purpose. Humanity is not looking for peace. It realizes that it cannot exist that way.

To be continued…
From KabTV’s “Conversations with Michael Laitman” 6/3/15

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