Tuesday, February 2, 2010

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Maitreya, the World Teacher, steps forward

The way prepared by His Herald the 'star', Maitreya, the World Teacher, has given His first interview on American television. Millions have heard Him speak both on TV and the internet.

His open mission has begun.

He was introduced not as Maitreya, the World Teacher and Head of our Spiritual Hierarchy, but simply as a man, one of us. In this way He "ensures that men follow and support Him for the truth and sanity of His ideas rather than for His status".

He spoke earnestly of the need for peace, achievable only through the creation of justice and the sharing of the worlds resources.

This is the first of many such interviews which will be given in the USA, Japan, Europe and elsewhere, bringing His message of hope to the world.

Further information: www.share-international.org

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By Raj on 01/25/2010 in Uncategorized

Growing up the first born son in a South Asian family, I got used to being quite the little prince. I wanted the privileges of primogeniture to carry on forever. When people asked what I wanted to be when I grew up, I responded with the full spectrum of acceptable answers: Doctor! Lawyer! Accountant! Dentist! Quantity Surveyor! Secretly, though, I wanted to be a prince. From what I saw of the British royal family, it seemed a job that involved a great deal of adulation, cash, and cars, and not terribly much work.

I mention this because recently a trickle, and then a flood, of email has come asking me whether I’m Maitreya – the leader of a movement that might be able to save the planet from itself. Some swift Googling and dipping into strange forums informs me that Maitreya is a leader foretold in a range of religions. Those who think that I might be the new prince of peace have been reading things from Share International.

So what, according to Share International, does Maitreya do? Through a doctrine of sharing, fraternity, social justice and cooperation, he (and it does seem to be a he, not a she) brings humanity back from economic and ecological collapse through new forms of spiritual community.

As it happens, I do think that sharing, fraternity, justice and cooperation are terrific things. I also think that prioritising the needs of the poor, hungry and oppressed is a non-negotiable part of a sustainable future. There are other similarities. The picture of Maitreya above shows the Buddhist avatar holding a water bottle, and I’m never far from mine. Apparently, stuttering is the mark of something esoteric, though I’m not entirely sure what that is. Finally, just as foretold, I did indeed fly from India to London in 1977, although the plane ride was a return trip from a holiday with my family.

Unfortunately, from I think that’s where the resemblances end. It frustrates me only a little less than it might disappoint those looking for Maitreya that, in fact, I’m just an ordinary bloke. I always wanted to be a Prince of Something. But when opportunity comes knocking, it turns out it’s to get me to sign for a package for some other dude.

It’s sad, too, that the thinking I advocate is pretty straightforward. One doesn’t need a messiah to show how capitalism has damaged our relationships, society, ecology, body politic and future. We have to reclaim it through grassroots organizing against capital, a commitment to human rights, gender equality, redistribution, and shared democratic control of the world’s resources. It’s like the end of The Meaning of Life (skip to 4:17) in which, finally, the meaning of life is revealed to be

try and be nice to people, avoid eating fat, read a good book every now and then, get some walking in, and try and live together in peace and harmony with people of all creeds and nations.

But that’s not the Monty Python scene that most immediately comes to mind. Instead, it’s this rather good bit from The Life of Brian, one that Python (Monty) productions granted me leave to quote from in my last book, Stuffed and Starved, and which I still think contains all one needs to know about how we need to create social change together.

Sadly, I’m not the Messiah. I’m just a very naughty boy.

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Kinti Mining Lmtd.'s (KMLD) Announces Supriem David Rockefeller and the Rebuilding of the 3rd Jewish Temple in Addition to Frank Love Commencing the "Temple Now Project"

Kinti Holdings Group (KMLD) (OTCBB: KMLD) President, Frank Love, and Director Supriem David Rockefeller, states the following, "Kinti Holdings will be raising funds to go towards building the third Temple in Jerusalem in strict coordinance with The Temple Institute, Rabbi Hiam Richman and The Palestinian National Interest Committee (PNIC) and supporting Husam Bajis for President of Palestine. Prince Husam Bajis and the PNIC support our mission to build the Temple and to create a One Israel-Palestine state.

About Kinti Holdings Group. We are a division of Kinti Mining Lmtd. that is publicly traded under ticker symbol (KMLD). Our corporation has 50 Million shares Authorized, issued and outstanding, with approximately 80% being held tight within the corporation and its friendly stakeholders.

Please visit our website (www.kintimining.webs.com) for our disclaimer and links to the "Temple Now Project" and Temple Institute.

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Update January 28, 2010 on the Building of the Third Temple, go
to YackShack channel for great stuff on upcoming events in Bible
prophecy and the Word,

has come to my attention that there is a hoax going around that the
David Rockefeller Holding Group is scamming money to build the temple.
Do NOT send any money under any circumstances. To see the video go to
the link


May Jesus bless you

Third Temple in Jerusalem is being built. This is fulfilling the over
2,000 year old prophecies in the Book of Daniel, Matthew 24, and

Rabbi Chaim Richman speaks about the work
being done at the institute, why so many identify with the cause, and
whether the rebuilding of the Temple will bring peace to the world.

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Global leaders discover LUV for new world order
DAVOS: The helicopters have taken off in swirling snowdrifts, security barricades are down, and the little Alpine villages of Davos and Klosters are recovering from the invasion of The Powers That Be. But, even the most experienced spin doctors were left scratching their heads when it came to figuring out — what message did the shapers and movers of the world, after five days of debate, discussion and schmoozing in sub-zero climes, come out with?

Amid the multiplicity of voices, opinions and often conflicting viewpoints, the vague contours of a new world order emerged. Forget flat worlds, globalisation, decoupling, G20s or G7s. It’s all about interconnected, differentiated, and diverse. Forget double dips, the new shape on economic recovery is LUV — the L-shaped recovery of other developed nations, U-shaped recovery of the US, and the V-shaped recovery of the emerging nations. While banking and financial services hogged the headlines and topped the agenda — often to the disgust of other constituents — there’s more.

After the global recession, if anything, the cards are falling into completely different patterns. The world has split up into those who base their economic model on consume and borrow, like the US and UK, and those who save and produce, like China, India and rest of Asia. Those who export and trade, like China and Eastern Europe, and those who have strong domestic markets, like India.

Those who are hitting the recovery track running, the emerging markets and Asia, and those who are crawling to the starting line, like again, the erstwhile G7. Those who have huge borrowings, and bailed out banks, and those who don’t. As Sunil Mittal puts it: “The world has broken up into growth economies and no-growth economies, hasn’t it?” echoing the general sentiments of most of India Inc’s decision-makers.

Meet a newly-impoverished global upper class, the previously-rich countries; a global middle class, which is still being called either emerging markets or ‘once-developing’ like Brazil, China, India, and now maybe South Africa and some others. And the poor nations, like Haiti.

The buzzword here is interconnected, but differentiated. While all the blocs are aware that they are interlinked in a way that the global recession proved, they aren’t all in the same boat, or even in the same ocean. For instance, a key theme was the great shift East of global power, and ‘rebalancing’ the global economy — mainly pushing China to revalue its currency, and the prevalent Western view that China’s high savings rate and huge reserves were a key driver for the global crisis — a point the French President Nicolas Sarkozy hammered home.

China, and India, and Thailand, to name a few, made it abundantly clear that these economies have enough internal regional and demographic ‘rebalancing’ to do first, thank you, to go around saving the rest of the world. Kamal Nath and Cheng Siwei, chief of China’s equivalent of the planning commission, sounded uncannily similar. Emerging market heads told the world community that they can’t ‘pull’ the rest of the world out of recession unless Western economies work very very hard to clean up the domestic mess, and put in place sound macroeconomic policies for growth.

Lee Myung Bak, president of Korea and incoming chair of the G20, clearly pointed out that “more is necessary to achieve balance than in a narrow economic sense.. a broader notion is appropriate, including closing the development gap between advanced and developing nations.” Development issues, he said, would be firmly on the agenda for the Seoul Summit in November, along with things like financial system reforms, for which, he said the impetus came from advanced countries, “where these problems originated.”

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