The rate of acceleration is increasing. In the past week I have found five extraordinary examples of positive changes that are visible in this physical dimension. I am referring to this phenomenon as The Revo-LOVE-tion. Humanity is building momentum for responding to crisis from a place of LOVE, instead of heaping on more vengeance. As we say in Morocco — Hamdullilah — Thanks be to God!
So after posting two examples of this yesterday, I am posting two more links today about the recent event in Moscow — and throughout all of Russia — honoring the 70th anniversary of the defeat of Nazism at the end of WWII. However, as the both writers chronicle, this event went way beyond memorializing the end of The Great Patriotic War and in fact introduced the world to a New Spirit within the populace of Russia, augmented by the presence of leaders from China and many other countries surrounding the Federation of Russia.
As these articles are both long, I am posting only the bios of the authors and a couple of highlights from each to support you to read further. This is soooo heartening! For such major world powers to be exhibiting such a public display of partnership and PEACE is near miraculous.
Thanks again Kauilapele for featuring these affirmations of Heaven on Earth.
William Engdahl is strategic risk consultant and lecturer, he holds a degree in politics from Princeton University and is a best-selling author on oil and geopolitics, exclusively for the online magazine “New Eastern Outlook”.
In an atmosphere of reverence and quiet, some three hundred thousand Russians, most carrying photos or portraits of family members who never returned from the war, walked on the beautiful, sunny spring day through downtown Moscow into Red Square where the President’s residence, the famous Kremlin, is also located.
To see the faces of thousands and thousands of ordinary Russians walking, optimism about their future beaming from their faces, young and the very old, including surviving veterans of the Great Patriotic War as it is known to Russians, moved this writer to quietly weep. What was conveyed in the smiles and eyes of the thousands of marchers was not a looking back in the sense of sorrow at the horrors of that war. Rather what came across so clearly was that the parade was a gesture of loving respect and gratitude to those who gave their lives that today’s Russia might be born, a new, future-looking Russia that is at the heart of building the only viable alternative to a one-world dictatorship under a Pentagon Full Spectrum Dominance and a dollar system choking on debt and fraud. The entire Russian nation exuded a feeling of being good and of being victorious. Few peoples have that in today’s world.
The second article is from Lada Ray, who regularly writes about geo-political issues related to Russia. She has included a lengthy video of the gathering in Red Square and the Concert that took place there — plus the fireworks. YAY!
A word about [Lada.]: I was born in Russia to a Russian father and Ukrainian mother, and grew up in Odessa, presently Ukraine. Growing up, I observed the collapse of the Soviet Union. I also lived and traveled to nearly 30 countries on most continents, including Cuba, where I interviewed Fidel Castro.