Bible says the love of money is the root of evil

DEAR EDITOR:

Contrary to popular religious belief, money is not the root of all evil. Read your Bible. It is the “love” of money that is the root of all evil. The sun also does not rise. The sun is not what’s moving. It is the earth that is turning.

What I just stated is fact. So think about who is trying to, and surprisingly succeeding in, convincing you to think otherwise? Trump has “better” facts? No. Trump has no real facts on his side. Only illusions. The illusion of racism. The illusion of superiority. The illusion that people think that they are or can be better than someone else because they can do something better. Thereby believing they deserve special treatment and are above the law or worse yet, are the law and can make laws by themselves for themselves. Holding others subservient.

Where we can make laws to govern does not mean we can change the laws of physics and nature to suit our desires. People are to make laws that govern others based on a balance and most importantly an “understanding” of reality and truth. People do not create truth, and the truth about human behavior is that people who do not understand or respect the laws of reality want to manifest their own beliefs as a reality regardless of the truth.

Back to the love of money. I have been trying to communicate to Democrats to stop saying “for profit” is bad. It is “profit motive” that is bad. That being said, there are certain things that should never be “for profit” or profit motive, and we are in the age of “profit motivating” government ever since the dark Reagan years. The words “privatize government” is what to watch for. Government, by its nature, is public — not private. Government is not a “for profit” or profit motive business. Government is a service. The question is, as Democratic candidate Sen. Elizabeth Warren has said, who will government serve? Corporations or people? Corporations can’t exist without people to support them, so it’s really in the corporate best interest to care about people unless they have government to shield them from that truth, that they need people. Which they do currently. However that (government shielding corporations from truth) will not be sustainable, and you need only to look at human history to see that fact.

LEIF DAMSTOFT

Warren

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