|October 19th, 2018||#1|
Join Date: Aug 2017
Location: Bremen, Germany
J. R. R. Tolkien's world a metaphor for our world ?
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Let's look at Tolkien's world . . . . .
Race means everything in Middle-Earth.
We have the humans . .
The Hobbits . . .
The elves . .
. . as "good guys" . . .
Then we have . . .
The orcs . . .
. . and the Uruk-Hai . . .
. . as "bad guys" . . .
Hmmmmm . .
It is a welcome change to , so far , see a story where race does matter . . .
Further . .
There is a wicked Lord in Middle Earth who wishes to take over . .
He detests humans ( and in a way all dwarves , hobbits , elves fall under the umbrella of 'humans' too since they have human shape , just a different phenotype . .) . .
So he creates a state of beasts who are ready to trash the world of humans . .
He further deceives them by handing out magic rings , supposedly there to 'govern a people' , in reality he has the 'master-ring' to control all others. .
Hmmmm . .
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. . really ?
Could this really be an allusion to our world ?
Let's see . .
The NWO wishes to take over . .
Everybody who digs deeper into politics realises that sooner or later . .
What kinds of methods do they use ?
Banking . .
They have control over the money . .
Money is what makes nations flow . . .
At what expense do they lend it ?
Interest . .
What a way to bleed nations dry . .
And what other methods do they use ?
In order to bring down the European peoples they ecourage multiculturalism . .
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Well , well , well . .
Aha ! !
Similarities , apparently . .
One would have to be blind to not see them . .
To be honest . .
The way I view it . .
The "One-Ring" is supposed to be a metaphor for the interest system by which the "private bankers" bleed people dry . .
. . i. e. destroy nations . .
Concerning the races of Middle-Earth . .
Isn't that the way the Europeans in "ye olden times" used to view foreigners ?
As 'beasts' ?
So I think one can say . .
Tolkien's world is a perfect metaphor for our world . .
I think it is our world explained from a mythological point of view . .
Who agrees ?
Last edited by ColdFire; October 19th, 2018 at 11:59 PM.