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Is The Richest Man in The World Really a Slave Owner?

Posted by Ez1 Realty on February 27, 2015

Is The Richest Man in The World Really a Slave Owner?

I wonder how many people actually know what the greatest deception this world has fallen to? A lot of people know what it is, so this has to be the world’s greatest cover up. Or it is the one deception the world has chosen to accept while ignoring the consequences.

Do you know what it is? I’ll give you a few clues. Your looking at it right now. Chances are, you carry it in your pocket everyday. Most people talk to it everyday and a lot of people already worship it. Do you know what it is? Have you figured it out? The greatest deception is your computer and cell phone.

Computers and cell phones are made up of a long list of precious metals and material few of us ever heard of and most of us would have a tough time pronouncing, rhenium, rhodium, lanthanum, europium, dysprosium, thulium, ytterbium, yttrium, strontium, thallium, magnesium, and manganese are a few.

Many of those elements are mined in countries using slave labor including children. The manufacture of computers and cell phones also uses and produces some of the most toxic substances known to mankind. Cell phones contain a staggering array of toxic chemicals, from hazardous flame retardants, PVC and bromine to heavy metals like lead, tin and chromium – and even mercury and cadmium.

Agreements or a green light has been given to governments and countries for the use of slave labor to keep the computer and cell phone industries going. They call those trade agreements or treaties. Countries who have supposedly outlawed slavery have agreed to cast a blind eye in exchange for elements companies need to produce goods to sell. Other agreements allow countries to devastate their land by deforestation, slashing and burning thousands of acres to open up mining prospects. Those treaties also exempt countries from limits on pollutants dumped into shared rivers and oceans. All in the name of progress.

World leaders know what’s going on. They know exactly who is doing what and how much money they are profiting from it. They also know the effects future generations will face. There are solutions to the problems. But how much of an effort is put into recycling computers and cells phones? Recycling may recover a portion of precious metals, but other rare materials are gone forever. Recycling also produces an abundance of pollutants including mercury. There are no easy solutions.

The thing that really surprises me, where are the churches? Many of them claim to be the watchman on the tower, and to have the key to the message in the last days. But they are silent on the subjects of human abuse as well as the rape of land in the pursuit of profit. Churches point out a long list of sins in an attempt to save the world, but like governments who recorded those atrocities in agreements, chose to remain silent because they’ve joined the ranks in the abuse of what they consider cheap life and land. I wish they knew God’s original intent and plan.

Now if you will obey me and keep my covenant, you will be my own special treasure from among all the peoples on earth; for all the earth belongs to me. And you will be my kingdom of priests, my holy nation.’ This is the message you must give to the people of Israel.”

(Exodus 19:5-6 NLTse)

I hope you take some time to read these few articles, and ask your church why they chose to become slave owners instead of revealing the truth.!child-labor/cijs


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