New Life #664 – 2015: World Review

New Life #664 – 2015: World Review
Dr. Michael Laitman in conversation with Oren Levi and Yael Leshed-Harel

What are the reasons for the upsurge in acts of terrorism in the world? Where has the sense of belonging gone that kept us going so far, and how can we use the connections between us to build a safer world?


In 2015, terrorism intensified in the world. Weapons became available and easy to obtain while the tolerance level continued to diminish. Industry moved from heavier manufacturing to new, easier technologies, releasing masses of the unemployed into the labor market; idleness is pushing toward terrorism.

I predict that, in 2016, terrorism will strike international trade and tourism. People will be afraid to leave their houses. The world is run by power groups. The wave of immigrants that recently inundated Europe is only beginning; their will be more from Asia, China, Japan, and Africa. The strong decline in the value of oil is causing Russia as well as the Gulf states to lose their power. People are losing connection to their countries and nationalities and thus weaken countries.

Soon the world population will reach eight billion, with seven billion becoming superfluous. Society will need to employ them somehow, supply them with their vital needs, and educate them so that they will not become wild and destroy the planet. Although there are reports that water has been discovered on Mars, we cannot live anywhere other than planet Earth.

There is no escape for us. We will be forced to understand that all of us are connected to each other and we have to correct our nature.
From KabTV’s “New Life #664 – 2015 – A Global Overview,” 12/22/15

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