Don’t want refugees? – It’s very simple—–by Venerina Conti

TOMIE JONES -SAYS I am extremely pleased to say that we have another posting from Ms Venerina Conti her words of wisdom and truth outshine the bigots and racists that shout keep out the refugees they are not refugees, they are Isis terrorists.

I shall not always be posting footnotes on Venerina work .As it stands alone in its own merit.Just once again thank you for posting on my blog it is an honour and privilege to have you here.

Venerina Conti WE THE PEOPLE

Beautiful peeps of the world. What I’m about to say today may offend the sensibilities of some, but this is not my intention. My intention is to, hopefully, awaken you to see events taking place in the world in a different light. I would like you to keep an open mind and ask yourself: “What if?” – what if there is a small chance that what I am saying is of any relevance and truth. I am trying to appeal to your sense of humanity and not to the individualistic nature we have been brainwashed into adopting as “supposedly” different nations, races and cultures.

I keep saying the same old thing over and over again – that, as human beings who inhabit this earth, we are all the same. We laugh and cry the same. We are made of the same flesh and blood. On the whole, we aspire to the same things and we all want to live in a world where we have a home, where we can provide for our families and, hopefully, for those who have children, live long enough to walk them down the aisle.

Just because our skin colour is different and just because we have different beliefs, doesn’t mean we are not the same. Since a young age, we have been conditioned into believing a set of concepts that others before us decided to adopt as a way of life. We have been programmed to follow a set of rules that a minority of “others” decided we should follow to keep peace and order.

We are taught who to like and who to dislike in accordance with the people around us and what they believe. For decades the media has dictated what we should have, how we should dress and behave. The huge corporations sponsoring the media tell us how to think, feel, where to spend our money and what to say to be considered “politically correct” and an asset to them.

Considering we are 7 billion people on this beautiful planet, it’s shameful that very few of us can see through this bullshit, which brings me to why I am writing this article.

As many people around the world, over the last couple of decades or more and especially this last week, I have been very upset, horrified and driven to tears by what is happening to our fellow brother and sister human beings in war torn countries. From Iraq to Syria, Palestine to Libya, Egypt to Tunisia. Aside from the rich Islamic nations such as Bahrain, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait and the likes of, no other Islamic country has had any real peace for decades.

Please do not be patronising and say that these countries asked for it. Nor, that they brought it upon themselves. Neither statement would be true.

There is enough evidence now in circulation to support the fact that 9/11, which sparked all these wars, was a false flag. It was the perfectly scripted, public relation exercise, that was used as an excuse to cause enough public outrage, hatred and discriminatory motivation, to justify wars on Islamic countries – wars that were only a front to gain possession of what precious little oil reserves remain on this planet and control strategic shipping areas around the Mediterranean. In fact, the US and the UN now control nearly all of the coastal areas in the Mediterranean. I’m sure that what they haven’t gotten with force, they’ve probably bought, bribed and, literally, stolen.

All you have to do is look at a map to see what I’m saying.

As if that isn’t enough, though, the west decided to invent ISIS. All you have to do is look at their brand new UN issue Toyota trucks (imported through Gibraltar) to realise this goes far beyond a bunch of idealists. I’m still dumbfounded at how the general public can believe that a bunch of outback fighters could fund themselves, train themselves and have all the latest in every weapon on a farmer’s salary. Have you never asked yourself why ISIS hasn’t been stopped. It’s not that there aren’t enough resources to do so around the world.

Think about it. Supposedly, no country wants terrorism. Yet, no country is truly united in the fight against terrorism. Why? Why is ISIS allowed to continue when Sadam Hussain and Coronal Gaddafi, who was actually doing something good for Africa as a nation (but that’s a whole different essay), were eliminated.

Why is it a whole string of witnesses to the fake flag of 9/11 mysteriously die and yet, we, as a united world can’t stop a handful (in comparison to 7 billion) of idealistic fanatics? – Why? – Because the imminent threat of ISIS created by a series of publicists and media sensationalism has YOU running scared and demanding action from your government. You are being manipulated into judging all Muslims as terrorists when, in fact, the majority are just people like you and me who want a peaceful life.

Have you ever noticed how ISIS’s strategies, their tactics and their training is outstanding – it’s all military precision. It’s precision that only comes from the best military minds around the world. Those, for our worst sins, can be found in the US, in the UK, France and Germany. Coincidentally, these are, in fact, also the countries who benefited the most from all the wars. They are the ones, for example, who immediately took over the oil reserves in Iraq and in Libya.

You may think that none of this benefits you, the general public, but it does and in ways you could never imagine. We, as a people, need to face the fact that our consumerism has gotten so out of hand that oil reserves are almost depleted. Have you ever asked yourself why, all of a sudden we are seeing more and more electric cars and hybrids and devices that don’t require fuel. The answer is simple. Governments and big corporations know oil is at an all time low but they need to keep you, the consumer quiet and happy and in the luxury we’ve all become accustomed to with our ipads, iPhone and EVERYTHING that makes your life easier.

Just recently, we’ve all seen the tragic photographs of children and adults alike being washed up on various shores around the world.

I have silently watched as the Facebook divide grows bigger between those who believe refugees should be given safe passage and those who claim they just invade countries for benefits and housing and sucking the system for everything they can get.

I don’t mean to rain on anyone’s parade here, and I am by no means a mind reader or even the brightest crayon in the box, but, I don’t believe for one minute that these people would go through what they go through and risk their lives and the lives of their children for dole money. Call me naive and say what you like … but … children are sacred in any country and to almost all families. Of course, there are exceptions but no loving parent would attach their child to the bottom of a moving truck or put them in a tiny cargo unit, at sea, and risk their child’s life for housing benefit.

I think there is a very important point being missed here. The refugees who are pouring into EU now are people just like you and me. They had their home, their job, their life. It was taken away from them by the greedy “elite” few who orchestrate world events. They didn’t ask for this. I’m guessing that the majority didn’t even want to leave their homeland because just as you’re nationalistic, guess what, so are they. It’s seems to be a general popular trend to be able to identify with your country, your culture, your people. What makes you think that any EU country is better than theirs?

I’m sorry but this isn’t a time to be pointing fingers at people who are just trying to stay alive amidst war and famine that is destroying their world.

This is a time to be pointing fingers at ourselves. We need to think hard and carefully about how our actions, and decisions, affect the lives of others. Who did you vote for? Whoever it was, they pushed the war buttons. They are the reason there are refugees. They are puppets in the hands of the elite few corporations who control practically ALL of the economy on a global scale.

When you buy, who do you purchase from? What do you purchase and how much of it do you purchase? Have you ever stopped to think about why the oil reserves are almost depleted? Do you know it takes oil to manufacture EVERYTHING we consume.

If you don’t want refugees, it’s very simple – stop living as if you’re the only person who exists on this planet.
Be considerate, be moderate, demand change and be that change you want to see.

  • Comments
    • A Jorge M Fernandes
      A Jorge M Fernandes Thank you Vi, I totally agree with you!
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    • Venerina Conti
      Venerina Conti heart emoticon Boa noite meu querido amigo. Muito obrigada por ser um ser humano dos mais lindos!!!See Translation
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    • Sirli Hoffmann
      Sirli Hoffmann You are amazing Woman…The way how you able to see this world with so open eyes is incredible. You are honest and so talented writer. I admire You. World needs more people like You. I agree with every word. Proud to call You my friend! Xx
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    • Venerina Conti
      Venerina Conti Awwww …. thank you baby!!! I’m sure that I am very undeserving … I’m just trying to be the best human being I can … and make a little difference in the lives of those I know … and those I don’t … Only love can heal the world … I’m just trying to spread a little of it. heart emoticon
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    • Lisa Marie Robinson
      Lisa Marie Robinson That is beautiful written and so very true

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