What Good Is the Economy in the Light of the Environmental Destruction It Causes

fn2While politicians stand up for the economy and promise more jobs, better services, and so forth the bottom line is they are the ones sanctioning the destruction of the environment. The timber industry in Australia employs hundreds of loggers, machinists, carpenters, drivers, and others, including all the office workers and so on. It also targets forests where animals are dependent on the habitat and food they provide and the earth depends on the oxygen and removal of CO2 from the atmosphere.

The Fishing industry depends on trawlers and all the associated workers but the oceans are being depleted at such a rate that it is unsustainable. Likewise, in Australia especially, the agricultural industry is fighting mining companies who have access to their land and are changing the quality of the previously beautiful countryside.

Along with growing costs and other hardships, including global warming with increasingly stronger winds, storms, and erosion the future of the world is bleak. Yet, politicians are promising more jobs and an improved economy as a reason to vote the government back in on July 2nd.

One needs only to look at the prophecies in the Old Testament to know that we are in the last days. The signs are unmistakable as the earth is reaching capacity in terms of population, depletion of natural resources, and climate change. As the population increases the land mass is decreasing and, along with everything else, the pressure on the environment is reaching saturation point.

With memory of my reincarnation and knowledge that everyone is back none of these things are a surprise. This is borne out by the size of the population while those who care little for the environment are rushing headlong into catastrophe. Making money is their chief concern and they will do that at the expense of everything else.

Politicians who are promising more jobs and a better lifestyle are disillusioned because it can’t happen. Nature has virtually given it’s all to bring mankind to this point and whether the earth survives after man is removed from it matters little in the long run. Our solar system is full of dead planets and the universe continues.

Its size and depth of the cosmos is unknown and it contains zillions of planets, stars, moons, comets, black holes and everything else and the Spirit of the Universe oversees it all. Man, on the other hand, is focused on money as his main god and the false gods of religions that are leading us to the end. Environmental destruction is not a price we will pay but the plan of God coming to fruition.