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The most relevant indian politics today?

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Hello out there, a big Matrix and Avatar fan here Our politic would look like coming out of the Matrix of corporations and their scientific-puppet research. I love education, mostly in books and my own isolation in nature where I can hear God.

J. Manders (Caucasian I think) "In the Absence of The Sacred" is not noted in this sites library yet. Also Sunbears book "Black Dawn Bright Day". Great scholars! Another true-white-brother I consider and read a lot of is C.S Lewis. Governments and nearly all religions today are control mechanisms. I've studied a lot about them, I learn who I am mostly by the pain in learning. If your leaning involves no pain, you're very likely deceived.

Both authors focus heavily on overpopulation and the destruction of the Earth Mother by living as moderns. Personally, I have always been of a consciousness to do all in my power to avoid adding to population and am working towards riding my life of corporate values. If you want to be a 'real indian' you would be as Jesus and a few others, an adopter, a gardener, a seeker that puts self under Nature.

In this really screwed up world, i am gaining a new love for humanity through the works of people who demonstrate intelligence, not just lip-service.

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October 14, 2013
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`Although i have not completed a lot of book reading. These are well written words. Although I am curious about adding to population. I would do so as a gardner and tend to the seed, which has been planted!

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`My favorite mentor/author thought we live in the cruelest age, it was not the barbaric times that were, but these modern times.

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