When American citizens go to the polls in November, they will have the
opportunity to change the course of history. On their decision largely rests
the style and structure of the immediate future. If they choose wisely, they
will elect a President committed to fostering the well-being of all who long
for peace and justice in our troubled world; who realize that peace and
justice are the outcome of trust, and who are prepared to share the vast
resources of their country to create that trust.
The alternative is too terrible to contemplate: a mounting programme of war
and terror and counter-terror; a tightening grip on the traditional freedoms
of the American people; a breakdown of relations with other countries; and a
‘pariah’ reputation among the nations for the proud United States. Who would
knowingly make such a choice?
As the day of destiny approaches, the minds of many turn to the beleaguered
people of America whom, now, so many despise and hate. They pray for the
deliverance of its people from the cruel and crude exponents of illegal,
usurped power. They call for every peace-loving American to raise their
voice against the war-mongering of the present administration, and to cast
their vote in like fashion.
Of course, America is not alone at fault for the inequalities of the world,
the basic canker in our midst, the source of all our troubles. It shares the
blame with all the developed countries who ride roughshod and cavalier over
the poor and struggling, and must awaken to this main source of tension —
Therein lies the fault of the Western world: these ‘successful’ countries
owe their wealth and dominance largely to history, and their ability to
manipulate the world’s economy to their own advantage through aggressive
‘market forces’. The world’s poor and destitute now demand their share. If
this simple right of justice is not addressed and remedied, the world will
know no peace. Terrorism will fester and grow into war, which will threaten
the future of the people of Earth.
We, your Elder Brothers, cannot stand aside and watch while the very future
of the world is under threat. America is a great nation with much of good to
give the world. It must now awaken to its soul’s longing to serve, to live
in peace and justice, and, together, in harmony and co-operation, to work
with all nations to remake this world.
This election can be a great turning point in the affairs of men. Cast your
vote, We beg you, for justice, sharing and peace.
[This article from Share International
magazine, November 2004, is by a senior member of the Hierarchy of Masters of Wisdom. His
name, well-known in esoteric circles, is not yet being revealed. Benjamin Creme, a principal
spokesman about the emergence of Maitreya, is in constant telepathic contact with this Master
who dictated his article to him.]
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