The Fatima Crusader Issue 95 Summer 2010 has an article entitled The European Union: USSR Repackaged. This title reminds me of a youth of fear and international history learning about the dangers of nuclear war. Old disarmament treaties mean nothing now and the “repackaged” USSR may be a nuclear threat again.
The history of nerve gas, anthrax, and now the short range rockets that are not monitored by our billion dollar missile defense systems, leads to a new team of international peace keepers that must understand the concepts of advanced technology for the correct wording of these treaties that will include these new technologies.
When most think about nuclear war, they think they will die. But many that experienced the Japanese Bombing lived, continued to feel burning, were maimed, and their lives were never regained. This is a concern, though leaders authorized that, this is a democracy and we voted them into office. We are all responsible!!!!!
Michal Semin, the author of this article, The European Union: USSR Repackaged, states he was born in 1967 and because of Communism as a teenager he got involved with the underground. I was born in 1970 and after I graduated from College met a lot of people who used the term “the underground”. As a young person in the United States of America it was a “dance club” that did not sale alcohol legally. I have learned religiously and politically, and I acknowledge that I don’t know what they were doing. Many of them where not American, and some of them, are new generations of Americans.
Communism defines how one views God, therefore it is also religious. What communism calls the “underground”, the Masonic Order calls a “traveling person”, old American Slaves call the “underground railroad”, and True Christianity calls “The Way”. This concept is ancient, the answers are the same, education, learning, counsel, discipline, morals, ethics, and free trade (business).
In conclusion, the issue of communism is not new, what is new is the need to re-do treaties that apply to a country that is divided and no longer exists. The Vatican in Rome has the same problem.