A Sustainable World

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You must look at your world as your storehouse for food, water and energy and for all the things that you will need both now and in the future. If you exhaust these, you will decline, undoing all of the progress that you have made. Even your technological potential will not be able to be realized in the face of such great social disintegration. This would make you vulnerable to one of the great opportunities that others have over a weak and failed race, an opportunity that is permitted in the Greater Community. That opportunity is seen as rescuing a planet’s resources from the overexploitation of its native race, which is allowable given the ethics and the rules of engagement that exist in this part of the galaxy.

It is not humanity’s subjugation or ruin that we want to promote, but instead its strength, its unity and the fulfillment of its great potential in the universe. Yet certain things must be understood. Technology alone will not save you from resource depletion, and resource depletion will undo your technology. You must establish through time, consensus and cooperation a sustainable use of your world—maintaining its biological diversity, the quality of its atmosphere, the quality of its waters and the quality of its soils and its lands.

From: The Allies of Humanity, Book Three, Second Briefing

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One Response to "A Sustainable World"

  1. Kenneth Heck Posted on November 21, 2012 at 12:08 pm

    The unrestrained use of natural resources to maintain or improve the standards of living of the nations of the earth is the greatest problem facing humanity. Man has no way of coming to an agreement about what the appropriate standards of living should be in the various parts of the globe. The ultimate answers will come from the spiritual powers responsible for the destiny of the human race, not by world war, repressive governments, or aliens with their hidden bases below the surface of the planet.

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