“Is humanity destructive?”, part 3 of the new series "The energetic grid of the universe" by Karin Sawetz


Image: Generated with DALL·E 2 on https://openai.com/dall-e-2/ on 23 February 2023.

Continued from Part 2 

"Humans fight against themselves. The truth is that power and money tend to make people unscrupulous towards others. Let's take the prominent philanthropists. In reality, most are hobby do-gooders who primarily fund their own stage on which they can appear as benefactors. In a more just society, where not a few hold most of the power and money, charitable activities wouldn’t be needed." Naomi vents her anger. The first contact with the Illumis happened in space some weeks ago and it has turned out that humans are seen as having a faulty design. The deficient being 'human' has not only limitations in terms of physical abilities.

Paul, the physicist of the first-generation ‘Gen 1’ of space researchers best known for his pioneering discoveries about antimatter, was the first to suggest that the Illumis had a reason for contacting the crew of the spaceship carrying Naomi's son Demian. He rises from his comfortable fauteuil in the orangery of Naomi's grand villa on a hilltop overlooking the ocean. An idyllic place where nature can flourish thanks to landscape protection.

"Are you talking about yourself, Naomi? Looking around your property with a natural environment protected only by your money, the concept of philanthropy seems to work. Do you think that the public administration as it is currently staffed would have achieved this? Your money has kept government corruption out of here for the past three decades.”

Naomi goes to the veranda and looks far out over the open sea to the horizon. "Menschen schöpfen aus der Natur ohne Gewissen. Wir erschöpfen buchstäblich die Natur," says Naomi in German language. She takes the glass of freshly squeezed orange juice that Paul hands her and drinks it. “Why do you speak German?” 

“I like the play with the German word ‘Schöpfung’ which refers to God’s creation. People still create from nature without conscience. They are literally exhausting natural resources. But humans are also still exploiting others. Not only do we have multiple classes in healthcare, we also have a legal system that doesn't treat everyone equally. Fundraisers through balls or luxurious dinners will not change this fact. If it were changed, the philanthropists would no longer be able to put themselves above the others. So what motivation should there be to change this circumstance? Many citizens can hardly cover the monthly costs of living from their wages and at the same time they have to finance luxury pensions of former employees of state-owned companies and institutions that have enshrined inequality in society and law.”

“The Illumis viewed humans as destructive. What is destructive about a society of unequal rights and opportunities, Naomi? It's not fair, but otherwise nobody gets hurt. I think the Illumis mean the destruction of nature.”

“Unequal rights and opportunities have a destructive effect on the individual and society as a whole due to the lack of perspectives, since the full potential cannot be realized. In the health sector, unequal access to medical services is undoubtedly destructive and, in the worst case, leads to an earlier death. It’s still the case that those who aren’t in the work process are seen as a financial burden on the system, to give just one example.” 

Naomi opens the video screen via voice command. "We have to speak to Demian if he has found out more about the Illumis and why they consider humanity to be destructive."

Will be continued soon.

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