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October 31, 2011


Erle Frayne D. Argonza

The drug menace has been identified as a top crime to boot in Latin America, rendering it as the top national security problem as well. The youth has been notably most direly affected by social problems spawned by the drug menace, so much that xenophobia has come to infect the likes of Costa Rica’s youth very recently.

Necessarily, xenophobia breeds hatred, and hatreds scale up hate crimes. For countries that have had histories of respectable tolerance to other Latinos such as Costa Rica and Dominican Republic, it is terribly challenging to sustain the tolerance for long and not cave in to distrust and violence.

Just exactly what measures are being taken to “dis-infect” the youth from going the road of intolerance and start a rampage of anti-foreign hate crimes or so? Below is a reportage from the UNHCR concerning the subject.

[Philippines, 01 November 2011]
Costa Rican youth strives to combat xenophobia
News Stories, 14 October 2011
© UNHCR/P. Mora
SAN JOSÉ, Costa Rica, October 14 (UNHCR) – Sitting around a large table in UNHCR’s San José office, four young friends discuss a topical subject in Costa Rica that impacts directly on the lives of each of them. The earnest quartet – one Costa Rican, a Colombian, a Nicaraguan and a Bolivian – are members of La Red de Jóvenes sin Fronteras (Youth Network Without Borders), which was set up earlier this year to combat the spread of xenophobia among the country’s youth.
Gathering a core of about 70 members – Costa Ricans, foreign migrants, refugees and asylum-seekers – the group has been active in countering negative, stereotypical perceptions about foreigners in a country that lies on a major south-north mixed migration route but where many young people oppose integration of refugees.
The young activists regularly hold small meetings to discuss the scourge of xenophobia and draw up strategies to counter it and to spread understanding about refugees and migrants and debate why they deserve to be treated fairly. Using mediums such as art, sports, theatre and social media platforms to attract young people, they are starting to make progress and setting an example in the region.
Twenty-year-old Millerland Angulo is the Colombian among the group of friends around the table. She is a refugee who made her way to Costa Rica three years ago after fleeing from persecution and conflict in her homeland. It was not long before she encountered hostility.
“When I first moved here, I remember my neighbour asking our landlord why she was renting her house to Colombians,” Millerland explains, adding that the woman “strongly believed we were only here as [drug] traffickers and would bring drug-dealing to the neighbourhood.”
Such ill-informed and negative perceptions about refugees are widespread, especially among young people. A national study conducted in 2010 by UNHCR found that 64 per cent of the population had an unfavourable opinion of the 12,500 refugees from more than 40 countries in Costa Rica. Within that group, 87 per cent said they believed refugees have a negative impact on society and the economy.
It was against this background that UNHCR helped establish a project called Lazos sin Fronteras (Bonds Without Borders). As part of this project, a group of about 180 young refugees, migrants, and Costa Rican nationals set up La Red de Jovenes sin Fronteras, or La Red, at a conference in February and issued a declaration of their goals.
They have received support from the Dutch government and UNHCR, which wanted a project that would promote young people as leaders of the present as well as the future. The core members of the fledgling group, with technical help from the refugee agency, mapped out a programme of activities to address the integration challenges that refugees and migrants face in Costa Rica.
Jozef Merkx, UNHCR’s representative in Costa Rica, said the programme was unique and a possible model for other countries where xenophobia is a problem. “It’s the first initiative where migrants, refugees and Costa Ricans are working together towards integration,” he says. “It’s a completely different approach to addressing the issue because the affected population is getting involved in creating a solution. It’s a terrific means of providing a strong sense of empowerment to these groups,” he adds.
Martha Amada, the young migrant from Nicaragua in the UNHCR office meeting, agrees with Merkx about the potential influence of La Red. “If other young people all over the world came together to do something similar to what we are doing to make a difference, then the vision of change can become reality,” she says.
Part of the problem in Costa Rica is that many young people are not being taught at school about toleration. La Red is trying to bridge that gap by promoting solidarity and friendship between youth of different cultures and nations and by spreading awareness about refugees and migrants.
UNHCR’s Valentina Duque, who works closely with La Red, believes that the involvement of young people in countering xenophobia is vital. “If they are willing and the desire is there, they can achieve so many great things,” she says. “Their only setback is that they often lack the tools and information necessary to make significant changes. This programme was designed to give them that opportunity.”
They’ve been busy and creative using the tools that they do have to hand. On World Refugee Day (June 20) this year, members of La Red organized a flash mob performance in San José. In July, they created a TV commercial for UNHCR’s “1” Campaign.
And they have been getting results, attracting interest from prospective new members as well as important outside organizations, including the Costa Rican Youth Parliament, which has agreed to promote the objectives of La Red. This could help the group get political support for tackling important integration challenges, including access to health care, employment and education.
Eduin Jane, a 25-year-old Costa Rican member, summarizes what motivates them. “The most important thing is that, as a group, we don’t believe in borders. No one place and one person is better than anyone else,” he says. “Everyone may have a different nationality or live in a different country, but we are all citizens of the world.”
It’s a sentiment that Millerland embraces wholeheartedly. “When I first moved to Costa Rica, I didn’t have any friends. I spent all of my time watching TV and felt useless,” she admits. “However, now that I am in the network, I forget that I’m in Costa Rica and it feels like I’m back in Colombia – for the first time, it feels like I am home.”
By Erin Kastelz in San José, Costa Rica

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October 31, 2011


Erle Frayne D. Argonza
31 October 2011

Gracious Day from the Pearl of the Orient!

It is the Christians’ Halloween as I write this piece. Lucifer, the former Prince of Light who fell to deep chasms, was already deprogrammed circa 1980s yet, long before the forthcoming 12/21/12 ascension. Arrested by Lord Michael himself and presented before the Council of 24 Elders, Lucifer was unrepentant up to the last minute of his breath. Then came forth his proper judgement, and was deprogrammed or ‘brought back to the basic essence.’

While Lucifer was squirming in excruciating pain, his cabal of Dark Masters (Chohans of Pralaya) and evil Dugpas (Brothers of the Shadow) or puppet Illuminati adepts in Terra heard Lucifer’s dying screams. That event, narrated by the late master Elizabeth Claire Prophet (hard version of death in the Lake of Fire) before she exited this plane, and re-told later by the guru Sal Rachele (in softer version), foreshadowed what was to happen to the Evil Masters and Dugpas: their own fate of arrests on many and destruction on key role-players is coming.

The message should be made clear at this juncture: LUCIFER IS LONG DEAD! Karma as cosmic law is exact in its applications: when your time for penalty comes, the penalty shall issue forth from the minds of the cosmic judges and carried over with sweeping decisiveness.

Lucifer’s adeptic puppets are now in a rush to peddle the lie that Lucifer supposedly is alive. The line goes that Lucifer was just performing his role as harbinger of all the negations of Light in the Almighty Father’s polarity agenda. What nauseating lies!

Almighty Father never hatched a polarization agenda as this evil agenda was in fact hatched and executed by Fallen Ones in our sector of the universe. The grand lie that supposedly the Father created Evil is just that: the One Universal Principle (God) never at any instance created ‘evil’ (roughly rooted in ‘energy veil’), no such thing as cosmic ‘law of evil’ issued from his Omnipotent Mind. Evil was an immanent trait from those corrupted ones, more so the Chohans of Pralaya (gods of dissolution) and their subaltern minions, and that corruption was their own chosen path to stress the point.

Some other lies peddled by the same spiritual quacks are these: (a) that Lucifer is still alive, and has manifested accordingly to certain channelers on Earth; and, (b) that Divine Hierarchys’ all-embracing compassion shall be applied on the Evil Masters and Dugpas (i.e. Illuminati) and be forgiven accordingly.

Let it be stressed accordingly: Lucifer is dead! In case that there was a Lucifer that has been manifesting before channelers who now number by the hundreds of millions and are part of the class of False Prophets, that impostor is a Dark Master who is among those badly demoralized by the death of their boss and the on-going arrest by Gabriel of Evil Masters. Note that since the beginning of the arrests of the Evil Ones by Gabriel last year, an event that this Brother of the Great White Lodge was made witness upon its commencement, nearly half of the almost 1 million Evil Masters—infesting the ‘bad sectors’ of Terra’s astral belt and likewise doing havoc on the etherics—were already arrested and detained by Gabriel’s Forces.

Besides, the cosmic law of Karma is the one that is operative in pursuing the cases of terribly erring Evil Ones as it applies to all sentient beings. As already explained by the mahatmas time and again, Karma is the cosmic law of retribution, and so the compassion of the Divine Hierarchy is immaterial towards reversing karmic trends that emanate from the very being-essence of the Evil doers themselves.

So desperate are the remaining Evil Masters that they are in haste to capture as many minds of psychic sensitives more so those with histories of Multiple Personality Disorder (MPD) and/or sociopathy. And many young ones, who are very visible in the social networks for starseeds, lightworkers, and psychics, have fallen prey to the desperate mind control by the Evil Ones.

Droid-like in behavior, the spiritual quacks of MPD channelers & psychics mouth the lines for their evil manipulators, reduced social networks of starseeds & Lightworks to popularity contest sites of Pied Pipers, and have likewise contributed immensely to defaming, slandering, and peddling lies about the great Masters and White Robes. Let it therefore be declared: that Karmic Law is exact and will manifest its application on the erstwhile droids of Lucifer apologists who at the least will be imprisoned in the Kama Loka planet (Kama Loka = Hell) fashioned for them.

Let it be re-heralded, as Enoch told JJ Hurtak in the early 70s yet, that the 144,000 White Robes who are here today (save for those who already exited or ascended), will all mandated to role-play Judges post-2012. Those who will become Guardians among the White Robes will have be mandated additionally to serve as Executioners too. No one among the deceiving False Prophets, more so the Lucifer apologists, will escape the karmic measures brought upon them by the Guardians among White Robes, the Warrior Angels, and Seraphim upon the former in less than 14 months’ time.