I was asked an interesting question: “Do you believe in God?” I think most people believe in some form of a higher being and the exact form will differ around the world. Whatever the religion, there is a common theme –do unto others as you would have them do to you. Even back in Ancient Egypt, they believed everyone would be accountable for their actions upon death. It is never what someone’s words may proclaim, the proof is only in their actions.
My response to this question was rather blunt: I do not believe that those in power could possibly believe in any form of God, for if they did, they would not try to play God by manipulating society and lying to us about every possible aspect of the economy and life. Socialism/Marxism outright violates theTen Commandmentsfor you are not supposed to covet thy neighbour’s goods. Yet government ignores that command, declaring that freedom is bad and that they have the right to take from others who have more than they do. Yet they will prosecute someone who robs another on the street for taking goods or cash from them simply because they have it. Police kill citizens without being charged; it is alright if the government orders you to do so. Those in powerALWAYSexempt themselvesform religion and law, yet pretend they are just and righteous.
YouDO NOTmanipulate facts, lie to the people, and then pretend you believe in God. If you believe in God and any sense ofa last judgement, you cannot advocate manipulating, stealing, and then lying to the public.
Government always uses religion to manipulate the masses. Even the USA threatened the Vatican to remove it from theSWIFTsystem like Iran unless they too reported to whom any wire came from or was going to. So religion to government has always been just a tool to manipulate the people. They cannot advocate nor actually believe in any God and then do what they do. You do not try to end democracy to retain power and then pretend you believe in a higher power.
One’s beliefs are demonstrated, not by what they say, but by their actions.