- May 30, 2007
If American were to become primarily cooperative, and were to begin working on some of the internal conflicts within her country, such as the ever-increasing dichotomy of the rich and the poor, and the negative effect of capitalism and competition which alienates individuals and corporations, then we could begin to set an example of true leadership, and the ethic principles that connote such leadership. If this were to happen, it may bring about a sense of harmony, for if we are trying to work together, not merely for the benefit of the elite, but for all people, in a quest to eradicate poverty, and equalize the economic status of the world, then our influence across seas will change and begin to restore a sense of value, creating a certain moral standard, that is not achieved by coercive means, but merely by the unity of the righteous over the perverse... This dream of a utopia is not an idea to be shunned, or brushed aside as chimerical, or idealistic, but rather as a possible end, and cure for both original sin and estrangement... I, for one, have something to lose if this were to happen, as Marx or Thomas Moore predicted, but nonetheless, understand that if this is in fact God's Will, then I must strive to achieve it and make it my will as well... Not that this applies a perpetual servile humanity, however, temporary servility in order to achieve this end, which is paradisal, may be necessary, and should not be dreaded, for the relief that a Kingdom on Earth will bring surpasses any former governmental institution. Giving Kingship to He that is God is in effect preserving the crowns of all of humanity.