It has been only one day since the China Goverment decided to put an end to the life of a British citizen for alledeged drug smuggling into their country. No matter how much I must insist I deplore any kind of punishment by death on any living being, I feel that there is ground here to express my view that these rulings are part of the game play Goverments of the world use in order to manipulate mankind.
Gordon Brown, the British Prime minister, has repeatedly stated that he deplores the actions of the Chineese in serving the death penalty on a citizen of this country, due to the fact that the accused had been suffering from bi-polar disorder and the trial was not a just one. Yet, only months ago, this same leader refused to take any action with regards the deportation of Gary McKinnon, the British citizen, who admittedly hacked into unsecured computers in the US, Brown refusing to hear evidence that Gary was a sufferer of a mental condition at the time he 'embarrased' the US security forces by attempting to reveal truths about NASA and UFO secrets!
Gary's family pleaded with Brown that Gary was not in a fit state of health, and would probably commit suicide if he was to be tried in the US to serve up to 60 years in a US prison, instead of in his own country near to his supportive family.
There seems to be a set of two standards here? Is it ok for a leader to comdem a man to death by cruelty, yet give another support and deplore the actions of others while he does exactly the same?
The obvious answer here is a matter of geography - the UK has no special relationship with China, so it is much easier to 'deplore' the actions of the leaders of that country, whilst tip-toeing around the US goverment, no matter what the outcome for anyone else. This is deplorable too, as this contradiction in honesty, can have dire effects on all citizens of our world, when the reality is we are all mere puppets in the hands of those who play a very dangerous game with life and death.
No man has the right to take away the life of another, and an eye for an eye is for those who fail to understand who or what we all truely are -spiritual beings. In the same sense, no man has the right to decide who should live and who should not, for their own ends. Unfortunately, some leaders do!
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