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Zurich Files - Warrior or Soldier? A Short Story about a Soldier who preferred to become a Warrior.

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									                                  Warrior or Soldier?

      A Warrior (Ksatriya) is able to make his own decisions -- a Soldier needs to
take orders from a General.

      A Warrior thinks autonomously and is able to use his Spiritual discrimination
-- a Soldier takes drugs and Alcohol (the etymology of 'al kohl' is 'illusion' in

      A Warrior has a 'code of honour' -- a Soldier does not require conscience nor
ethics in order to carry out orders.

       A Warrior protects children, because they are sacred -- a Soldier kills
children, as in 'My Lai', 'Auschwitz', in all air raids on cities, in all genocides, mass-
murders and massacres on innocent civilians; all that soldiers enjoy doing, because
it is good for the "esprit de corps", or something of that kind.

      A Warrior is aware: that the 'Pharaohs' use their own robber barons, drug
dealers, gangsters and Mafia in order to justify a 'police state' and an army; that
the 9/11 atrocity in America (A-ME-RI-KA of the Pharaohs) was a 'false flag' attack
in order to justify further war-crimes -- a Soldier does not care about such things,
he is merely an instrument, a killing machine.

      A Warrior aims for sexual abstention and the sublimation of his energies,
since every ejaculation can drain his 'vital energy' ("Liquid Gold") leaving him to
become more 'terrestrial' without any 'higher force' -- a Soldier rapes in war time
and pays for it in peace time.

      A Warrior will continue into a highly progressed age -- a Soldier is worn out
at the age of 35 years.

      A Warrior is strong and brave in a situation alone against many enemies -- a
Soldier is only 'strong' and 'brave' when with many against a few.

      A Warrior follows his conscience and fights against injustice -- a Soldier is led
by the Pharaohs (demons, Nephilim) and always searches for the strongest side,
usually that of the oppressor.

      A Warrior listens to his inner voice and his 'Psi' (sixth sense) -- a Soldier only
listens to the voice of the Pharaonic commander.

      A Warrior has no need to prove his masculinity and prowess, for example, by
oppressing others, because he has full confidence in his knowledge; he shows his
strength while playing -- a Soldier feels lost when hierarchy is not well defined, as
in a pack of wild animals who need their 'alpha leader'.

      Mother, do raise as many Warriors as possible so that the Pharaohs can't
snatch your children to make them into Soldiers; father, understand that the rulers
entrap incoming Soldiers through the presentation of the image of manhood,
strength and virility: even though such can only be completed by initiation into a
'manhood ritual', analogous to the rules, laws and wisdom of the elders.

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      For a Warrior, fear forms a natural element which can be interpreted,
through which one can be warned of danger; a Warrior's analysis says: "What is
stronger? One that stands up out of the trenches, runs toward the enemy, gets a
medal (posthumously) and gets celebrated as a hero, only because he cracked and
couldn't deal with fear? Or is he stronger who remains in the trenches, deals with
fear, notices the warning signs, who faces danger and deals with it?" -- a Soldier,
on the other hand, is trained into unfeeling 'fearlessness', because this is better for
carrying out orders; religious fanatics, political fanatics, fanatics of a 'Fuhrer Cult',
chauvinist fanatics and MK-ULTRA 'Manchurian Candidates': these are the
Pharaonic ruler's means to create cannon fodder and instruments of terror.

     A Warrior principally uses fear as an ally, yet must be able to control his fear
and suppress it under certain circumstances -- but only when he needs to do so,
and not when dictated to by others and their doctrines.

      A Warrior needs and enjoys solitude and peace in order to maintain his
psychic balance -- a Soldier cannot manage alone, nor without the so-called "esprit
de corps", for he needs the "family" for which the army is a substitute.

      A Warrior does not need to fill his time by saying "sweet nothings", he simply
has to "be" -- a Soldier needs to scream, shout and give out orders, otherwise he
does not feel that his existence has been justified.

      A Warrior matches himself against infinity, the "Ancestors" and the "Sacred
Spirit" for good measure -- a Soldier matches himself against worldly hierarchy
and his enemy.

     A Warrior is a modest person who does not seek glamour or the approval of
men -- a Soldier collects medals for his outrages.

      Future Warriors are called according to the inner quest -- future Soldiers are
lured into the army by baits presented to them in propaganda films, such as the
strength, manhood and fearlessness which could be gained: evidently because they
have none of these.

      A Warrior dresses himself as he pleases -- Soldiers all look alike in their
forced "garde-robe".

     A Warrior is able to organise himself by direct communication, as in
"NonFacitPugnumDigitoUno" -- a Soldier can only function in a given organisation.

     A Warrior rinses his face and nose several times a day, in order to have a
sharp mind -- a Soldier rather puts drugs up his nose and owns a blunted mind.

     A Warrior knows that after any atomic war, there will be one again with bow
and arrow -- a Soldier rather believes that he will never run out of automatic
weapons and ammunition.

      A Warrior can also use elegant weapons, he knows that whereas a bullet can
be stopped, the word crashes through walls, flies over borders at the speed of light
and swims over oceans like a naval ship -- for a Soldier, there are only weapons of
mass destruction (WMD), destroying all life until existence has been extinguished.

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       A Warrior is still a weapon even when naked -- a Soldier never seems to have
sufficient armoury.

     A Warrior is aware, that war means to die himself -- all Soldiers are
convinced of victory and that only others die.

      A Warrior knows that, when one doesn't organise oneself properly, then the
"rulers" will do so "for" you, without you and despite you -- a Soldier doesn't
contemplate any organisation, he is simply part of it without being conscious of it.

      As a Warrior hungers for justice, he fasts every evening and night in
solidarity with the poor and the starving ones -- for a Soldier, there are canteens
during peace times and pillaging during war times.

      A Warrior utters in humour: "My name is Bond … Vaga Bond." -- a Soldier
believes he's playing the leading part himself, after the principle of indoctrination
by the Media's propaganda machinery.

                   (with one finger only, one cannot make a fist)


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                    A Story about a Soldier who preferred to become a Warrior.


"Remember, the elite are just a few among the six billion people on this planet. The
 entire source of their power is their ability to corrupt natural instincts and direct
    subconscious needs into channels of expression that further the ends of total
control. This is all they have. And once this principle is understood by more people,
 it will cease to be effective. Our world will change spontaneously around us, and
         we will be free to love one another in the way we always intended."

 "Behold, I send you forth as sheep in the midst of wolves: be ye therefore wise as
               serpents, and harmless as doves." [ST. MATTHEW 10]

 "And I heard a loud voice saying in heaven, 'Now is come salvation, and strength,
  and the kingdom of our God, and the power of his Christ: for the accuser of our
  brethren is cast down, which accused them before our God day and night.' And
 they overcame him by the blood of the Lamb, and by the word of their testimony;
         and they loved not their lives unto the death." [REVELATION 12]

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