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The UK Must Follow Its Laws and Protect Animal-People as Sentient Beings, Part 1 of 2, July 10, 2022

2022-08-26
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He made a very good deal, and he has been a good prime minister. But the real sins, the real crimes he committed, you want to know? (Oh, yes, Master. Please.) Nobody mentioned it. Number one, he keeps going to Kyiv to support democratic government over there. (Yes, Master.) And promising to give more and more support, more and more military equipment and all that. (Yes, Master.) Not only promise, but give. (Yes.) And supporting them financially. And, of course, supporting Ukraine to go into the European Union easily.

(Hallo, Master.) Everybody OK? (Yes, Master.) How many are you there? (The two of us.) Two. Good.

Are your eyes better now? (Yes, Master. Thank You very much.) Really? (Yes.) That medicine helps? (Yes, it does Master.) Really? Obviously? Or, just, you think? (I’m thinking, because over the past few weeks it’s been improving, my eyes. And I’ve just been taking that medicine in the past few days. So, it could be helping. And overall my eyes are a lot better. Yes.) OK, good. If the other boys have similar problems, like dry eyes or too tired, then let them try some of that as well. (OK. Sure, Master.) And if they need more, then buy more. (Yes, Master.) Alright. It’s good.

I hope all of your eyes are OK. (Thank you, Master. Yes.) Because my eyes are also bugging me a lot of times. (I’m so sorry.) Truly, no? It’s only when I’m looking into the work. For example, if I have to edit some movies. Like, sometimes they send them for me to see if they’re good for Cinema Scene or not, then it’s OK. But if I’m looking into the work, it’s all the karma. (Yes.) Because the work is for the world. (Yes, Master.)

I work for the world. All the shows I have to watch, to have to proof and check and all that (Yes.) then my eyes have trouble. Just like when I do the lecture, when a group is gathering and all that, group meditation. Then my eyes are in trouble, my nose running. (So sorry.) But at home nothing. Nothing happens. (Yes, Master.) Never. Unless I look into the Supreme Master Television editing or proofreading work. (Yes, Master.) Then it begins. It’s similar. Similar to group meditation.

So, you guys’ eyes are OK? (Yes.) If don’t need, then don’t take. (OK. Yes, Master.)

Any other problem? Question? (Yes, Master, we have something to report.) Tell me.

(Boris Johnson resigned on July 7th as prime minister.) I know that. What did he do to deserve his early retirement? (A number of ministers had resigned. And there had been some accusations that he ignored – an advisor who had some allegations against him regarding making unwanted sexual advances. That he knew he had a history of doing that and he didn’t do something about it. So, he had to apologize for appointing that person. But others were upset about that, so, many of his colleagues resigned, and that precipitated his resignation.)

So, these are the sins? The crime committed. (Yes.) I mean, not he committed. But, what else? Partygate I guess. (Yes. Master has talked about this, actually, that somebody just tried to give him a birthday cake and they made a big deal about it in the media that he was violating the COVID protocols and things like that.)

They’re working together in the same office. (Yes.) At Number 10, Downing Street. (Yes, Master.) So, it would be terrible if you don’t come and say to your boss happy birthday. (Yes, Master.) He should have thrown the cakes away then. Then there would have been more people who resigned, for being rude or impolite or ungrateful. (Yes, Master.)

Sometimes, people give you things, and if you don’t accept, people get upset. (That’s true.) Many people were upset with me, because they want to give me money, they want to give me land, and I refused them all. And they got sometimes angry outright. (Oh. Yes.) “Why? Why? Why didn’t you accept the land? I want my son to be your monk. That’s why I give this land.” I said, “Your son is not accepted yet.” For example. (Yes, Master.) “And the land, we don’t need it right now.” Upset, shouting, yelling.

And one time somebody gave me something. I said OK. She said it’s good for me, that and this type of medicine. So, I said, “But how much is it?” And she pulled a face at me and waved the hand very strongly, like “Ah!” (Oh.) Then I had to accept it. (Yes, Master.) But then I gave her something else later. (I see.)

Sometimes it’s difficult to refuse people’s courtesy and kindness. (Yes, Master. That is true.) Because they meant it. They meant well. It’s just that if I accept one gift here and some money there, then it will continue forever. (Yes, that’s right, Master. Yes, understood.) So, I said to that person who gave me the medical gift for the eyes, “OK. You must accept something from me later.” So, everybody else knows about it at least. (Yes, Master.) Sometimes they give it openly, sometimes alone. Not alone, but I’m passing by, and not too many people there. They don’t know but mostly people see it.

It’s very difficult to be in a political position. (Yes.) I guess Mr. Johnson knew about these sexual advances. That’s what they said right? He knew, right? (Yes.) Maybe he knew after or before, I don’t know. But probably because this person is talented. (Right.) They probably have a good mind and good intelligence, and Mr. Johnson probably needed it. (Yes, Master.) But then, probably he told him don’t do it again. But how can you tell another person not to do it again? (That’s right. Yes, Master.) Probably he trusted that that person now in that position will not do such sexual advances again, but maybe he continued. (Right.) Or maybe it was in the past. I don’t know what happened. I guess it’s very difficult. (Yes, Master.)

You see, the English people watch too much James Bond movies. (Oh.) And James Bond always has a girlfriend or mistress. Always some woman around. He’s always having this physical pleasure with some woman on his mission. (Yes, Master.) Sometimes because of duty, sometimes not. (Yes, Master.) And that is something I don’t like too much about James Bond. (Yes.) I like other parts but not a lot. Because there’s always destruction. (Yes, Master.) Always bombing or killing, even though maybe with a good cause. Well, maybe it’s just the movies. They want to dramatize it. They need to make it more dramatic. (Yes, Master.)

And this is maybe also what it is. So, they just take it for granted that some sexual advancements are nothing. I mean, I don’t know what he did. He didn’t rape anybody. Maybe just trying. Flirting. So, it depends on how grave this sexual advancement is. (That’s true.) And if people don’t like it, then Johnson just has to change it. Change the person. Immediately, at the time that people complained. (Right, Master.) But he didn’t change. That’s the mistake that he made. (Yes, Master.)

It may have been a mistake to appoint that person into government office, but maybe it was with a warning to not do this again for the government’s sake. (Right. Yes, Master.) That person maybe promised him, but then, underneath or behind him, he was still doing something. And I don’t know if they complained to Johnson or not. (Yes, Master.) Until later was too late or something. If they did complain, then all he has to do is just change it. Change the person. (Correct, Master.) Fire him, and ask someone else to come in. (Yes, Master.) But maybe Johnson needed him because he has good advice or something. You never know.

It’s very difficult to find a good person that you’re compatible to work with and has intelligence, has the talent that you need. I suffer a lot also. Because many people have talent but have big egos, and it makes a lot of trouble for me a lot of times. A lot of times. (Yes, Master.) All these decades, I suffered also. Of course, I can always change the person, but it’s not always better. (Yes, Master.) But at least they don’t do these kinds of things. Not the sexual advancing. (Yes, Master.) Just the ego. Doing the opposite of what I ask, or just adding his own opinion, thinking he knows better than me. Maybe he knows better, but in some other areas – not what I asked. Things like that. So, it’s very difficult to be in the seat of the leader and have everything you need.

A long time ago there was a prime minister of China. I forgot his name. Could be Guan Zhong? The king had many other officials, and they also had this and that and other defects. (Yes, Master.) But the prime minister said, “Yes. But that’s all the defects they had, the rest is good.” Because you cannot always have a 100% perfect person. (Yes, Master. That’s right.) So, he continued to use them. But maybe was not as bad as Mr. Johnson’s situation. (Yes.)

Politics is a very, very bad arena, whether you are good or bad. (Yes, Master.) I’m glad you don’t want to be any politician. Do you? (No, no. Not at all. No, thank You.) Oh, thank God. Thank God. At least, you’re same, like me. (Yes, Master. Yes.) Otherwise, it’s difficult to work.

So, about the partygate, I’m not sure how big the party was. I’m not sure how Mr. Johnson could refuse all these people who came and wished him well on his birthday. Because they work in the same place. (Yes, Master.) Just a step next door. Open the door and the boss is there. (Right.) So, maybe they came together, the whole office, and wished him happy birthday. And, maybe, by the way, they had a drink or had a cake. (Yes, Master.) The cake was not even opened and eaten yet, at that time, when he was interviewed. (Yes, Master.) Meaning, after they already accused him of the partygate. If they did make a party, then maybe they made a little mistake, but it wasn’t a big deal. (Yes, Master.) It’s no big deal. They worked together in the same office.

Just like Christmas or New Year, I give you some cakes, some drinks. (Yes.) All vegan. (Yes. That’s right. Thank You, Master.) Non-alcohol champagne and vegan cakes. And you stand together and say, “Thank You, Master.” (Yes, Master.) But you work in the same place. (Right. That’s right.) But we have a little difference, is that none of you are going out anywhere, or going back to family, and coming back and forth. Not like that. (Yes. Correct, Master.) All of you stay in the same place and don’t go out. And whenever you have to go out for any reason, then you are “imprisoned” for three weeks. And we bring food to you. Can’t even go to the kitchen to get food. (Yes, Master.)

So, maybe, it’s a little different there at number 10 Downing Prime Minister Office – people, they are employees. They go to work and come back, and go home. (Yes, Master. Right, Master.) They are not quarantined inside. But as a habit, in the social background of our world, people always come and congratulate, or say “Happy birthday” to their boss. (Yes, they do.) So, maybe they forgot about the lockdown. (Oh, yes, Master.) That’s all. When you think, “Oh, today is his birthday.” And they just jumped in. Forgot to think. (Yes.) It’s no big deal. (That’s right. It’s true.)

It’s not really a big crime that he committed here. (That’s right, Master. Yes, Master.) The only crime is that advisor, with the sexual advancing character. (Yes. Yes, Master.) And all they have to do is just change that guy, to please the other workers. (Right. Yes, Master.) And apologize for the party if they did have.

“Courtesy of 10 Downing Street – Apr. 12, 2022 Boris Johnson (m): I understand the anger that many will feel, that I, myself fell short when it came to observing the very rules, which the government I lead, had introduced to protect the public. And I accept, in all sincerity, that people had the right to expect better. And now I feel an even greater sense of obligation to deliver on the priorities of the British people.”

The Scottish prime minister, she went home to see her mother, or something. People saw it and also accused her of breaking the lockdown. (Oh.) At that time, the lockdown was very serious, actually. At that time, when the pandemic was first coming, it was more serious, so she apologized openly on air. (Oh.) She said, “I’m kicking myself. I’m really sorry.” And they forgave her. (Yes. Oh. That’s good.) It’s no big deal, man. (That’s true. Yes, Master.)

They’re human. They’re not killing anybody. They’re not stealing anything. (Yes, Master.) Just employing the wrong person. Just has to fire him. (Yes.) That’s all he had to do.

He didn’t have to resign. He’s a very good prime minister for England. (Yes, he is. Yes.) And he has made a very good deal for Hong Kong people, for the transition between the British governing it and the Chinese. (Oh. Yes, that’s right.)

“Media Report from BBC News – July 2, 2020 Reporter (m): And the Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, has sent a strong message by allowing up to three million people in Hong Kong who have British national overseas status, because they were born before the territory returned to China, to live and work in the UK for longer.

Boris Johnson (m): We made clear, Mr. Speaker, that if China continued down this path, we would introduce a new route for those with British National Overseas Status to enter the UK, granting them limited leave to remain with the ability to live and work in the UK and thereafter to apply for citizenship. And that is precisely what we will do now.”

He made a very good deal, and he has been a good prime minister. But the real sins, the real crimes he committed, you want to know? (Oh, yes, Master. Please.) Nobody mentioned it. Number one, he keeps going to Kyiv to support democratic government over there. (Yes, Master.) And promising to give more and more support, more and more military equipment and all that. (Yes, Master.) Not only promise, but give. (Yes.) And supporting them financially. And, of course, supporting Ukraine to go into the European Union easily. (Yes, that’s right. Yes, Master. Yes.) Very supportive. (Yes, Master.) So, he’s really pro-democracy and pro-Ukraine, that is a justified country to go into the European Union. (Yes, Master. Definitely.) And not pro-Russia. (Yes.) How dare he?

“Courtesy of 10 Downing Street – June 17, 2022 Zelenskyy (m): I’m glad to bid welcome in Kyiv, in our capital, to our friend, a friend of the entire Ukraine, and the friend of freedom, Boris Johnson, the Prime Minister. This is your second visit, Boris, to Kyiv, after the 24th of February, the beginning of the full-scale invasion by the Russian Federation to our soil. And I’m grateful to you for this attention to our country, to all our people, to our country, and to your leadership and the unparalleled support by the United Kingdom to Ukraine. And I thank Boris for his commitment.

Boris Johnson (m): Thank you for having me. It’s great to be back here again in Kyiv, and to see you, but also to see how life is coming back to the streets, to the cafes, to the restaurants. Much livelier, I think, than it was just a few weeks ago when you and I went on our impromptu walk-about, Volodymyr. But we’ve got to face the fact that only a couple of hours away, a barbaric assault continues on entirely innocent people. Towns and villages are being reduced to rubble. And as you rightly say, Volodymyr, we continue to see the deliberate targeting of civilians, what is unquestionably a war crime. And in a hideous echo of the past, the illegal deportation of people that the Russian forces believe are insufficiently sympathetic to Putin’s aggression. And in these circumstances, we can only once again salute the heroism of the Ukrainian forces, the bravery of your armed forces. And in these circumstances, Volodymyr, I completely understand why you and your people can make no compromise with Putin. So, Volodymyr, we’re here once again to underline that we are with you to give you the strategic endurance that you will need. And we are going to continue to help intensify the sanctions on Putin’s regime. We’re going to do everything we can to continue to strengthen the diplomatic coalition of support around the world for Ukraine. And I completely understand and sympathize with the need for continued financial support for Ukraine. We’re going to work together to liberate the grain, as you rightly say, that is being held hostage right now by Putin, depriving people around the world of the food that they need. And, of course, we will continue, as we have from the beginning, to provide the military equipment that you need, and now, of course, the training that may be necessary to go with that new equipment. So that you, the Ukrainian people, the Ukrainian armed forces, will be able to do what I believe Ukrainians yearn to do – and that is to expel the aggressor from Ukraine. And we will work together with you and with our partners to rebuild your wonderful country for the benefit of Ukrainians, and, I might say, for the benefit of the whole of the global economy. Thank you for having me again to Kyiv. (Thank you.) It’s always, always wonderful to be here and Slava Ukraini! (Glory to Ukraine!)

Zelenskyy (m): Heroiam slava! (Glory to the heroes!)”

That’s the first crime. (Oh, yes. Yes.) You know another, second crime? (What’s the second one, Master?) You want to know? (Yes, please, Master. We do. Please, please, please tell us.) Say please again. (Please, Master!) The second crime is also very, very serious – that he advised his people not to eat meat. (Oh. That’s why.) Even openly.

“Courtesy of 10 Downing Street – Oct. 25, 2021 Boris Johnson (m): I think in the future, we will move away from eating as (much meat), I think that already science is developing meat substitutes that are basically engineered in the lab aren’t they, that are very like meat and you won’t be able to tell the difference between a bioengineered hamburger, yeah, I’m serious, and a real hamburger, and that will be the future – very, very soon. I mean it’s already here, I think.

Tanya Steele (f): It is, definitely. And I think there (are) also things we can do to mix up our meals, maybe a bit less meat and put some beans in it. It can still be really tasty (Yes.) but great for our climate.”

And some newspapers even mocked him for saying that. (Yes, Master.) So, these two serious “crimes,” how can they forgive him? (Yes, Master. Understand.) He dared to go against the big corporations, like the meat industry. (Right. Yes, Master.) He dared to go against Russia and support democracy and giving as much as possible protection to the Ukrainian people and their country. (Yes, Master.) These two “crimes” I don’t know if they can ever pardon him. (Yes, Master.)

But, if I were him, I would not quit. He should continue to serve his country, even if it is hard work.

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