The Ruling Psychopaths' Views On Karma
We constantly hear that The Ruling Psychopaths (TRP) Karmic "get out of jail free card" for all of the evil shit they do is that they 'warn' us by dropping cryptic/hidden 'clues' in movies, language, etc.
Does this sound right to any of you?
The Law of Karma is simply Cause and Effect. One thing causes another which causes another and so on.
The Law of Allowance is Free Will to choose your reality. If the "elites" pre-program certain catalylsts to occur mainly through mass media AND if the populace allows those intentions to be accepted as their reality then it's is all done within the free will framework. You have 'accepted' what comes.
I question that this "get out of jail free" card is actually a belief of the control freaks. I’ve never seen this coming directly from any one of them. Maybe it’s out there, I don’t know.
If it is from them, I’m betting they don’t believe it. Instead it’s some BS karma rule the control freaks tell their minions who have what they don’t: a conscience. The rule has 2 of their foundation gaslighting techniques, refusing to take responsibility & blame the target/victim. I’m sure the minions are relieved to have this safety net.
As pointed out by others, karma is simply cause & effect. The control freaks don’t need this karmic "get out of jail" card. They are Master Manipulators without a shred of conscience and empathy and so powerful as to be well above the law. They do things in ways which will provide them with the benefits they seek, free from undesired consequences. In other words, they have the mentality, emotionality and resources allowing them to customize their own karma. (they are control freaks you know) They calculate risks, use manipulation, lies, charm, bribery, threats, murder, (etc.) so that no matter how malicious their actions are, they get what they want. And walk away not only unscathed but usually richer and more powerful.
For us who are abused by psychopaths and narcissists, there is no justice.
I think a lot of confusion happens because some people mistakenly think of karma and vipaka in the judeo/christian/islam sense of punishment and reward. that is 100% NOT what it is. There is no karmic justice, there is no karmic reward, no positive or negative karma, just cause and effect, and even that can be super complicated because it's not like there's always a 1:1 correspondence between a cause and an effect. Sometimes 1 cause has multiple effects, sometimes multiples causes and 1 effect.
Plus there is the factor of someone's dharma which is basically the "rules" of their particular part of this game. For instance, in chess queens can do different things than pawn who do different things thank knights. Don't assume that we are all on this big board of life to do the same things