By Anna Von Reitz
Dear Cardinal Mamberti,
We have traced all this evil back to one root cause.
The cause of this misery is found in the Book of Samuel, wherein the Israelites chose a king for themselves after the custom of their Canaanite neighbors. By doing so they created a false idol for themselves and condemned everyone to suffer under the ignorance, selfishness, and fickleness of men.
It will be no different-- indeed, even worse-- if we subject ourselves to artificial intelligence.
The Church is still placing something else in the place of the True God; men are still being misled and are disobeying the Universal Law.
Our American Government sought to rectify this problem by recognizing the sacredness and sovereignty in each one of us, to replace all earthly Monarchs with an awareness of the presence of the True God in each of us.
We attempted to do this without the trappings and interference of religion because religion failed to address the core problem, and instead has tried to capitalize on it and garner power from it.
What else can we conclude, when not only has the Church been the source of establishing Monarchs to rule over Mankind, but also set itself up to rule over the Monarchs?
Instead of addressing this fundamental idolatry and recognizing its falsehood and failure, the Church has fought to retain and promote it, first by giving dominion to kings, and now, by trying to give dominion to computers and corporations.
The True God has already created living computers that so far surpass anything that the hand of man or angel can design, that we blush to make the comparison. And as for corporations, what good are they?
We must stop this idiocy, Cardinal Mamberti. The creation is not greater than the Creator; man is not meant to sit in the place of God--- and neither are computers or corporations. The Intelligence that guides us and that lives and manifests itself within us, is never subject to our limitations.
Thus, we make the case in favor of our American Government, restored and functioning as it is meant to function. We may not have succeeded in completely addressing the problem of idolizing men, but we took important and fundamental steps toward recognizing the problem and ending the evils resulting from it.
That is more than we can say for any other form of government that has ever been or any that is presently being offered to us.
We do not believe in kings any more than we believe in money.
We are not given to idolatry, nor do we foolishly worship ourselves.
When the rest of the houses of Israel descended into this madness and displaced our True King with Saul, there were those who disagreed and who did not follow after him.
Here we still are.
"Choose this day whom you will serve; as for me and my House, we shall serve the Lord." --- Joshua 24:
Anna Maria Riezinger, Fiduciary
The United States of America