By Richard Paul

FOREWORD OF THE AUTHOR

This e-book is a ebook of battle, written in the course of tho struggle, opposed to the mad spirit of battle and its explanations. Following " To The international locations" which was once written finally of 1916, it marks a step additional within the denunciation the overseas anarchy and within the annunciation of the scourges drawn down upon themselves by way of the countries of delight and prey.

Who used to be I to inveigh opposed to and problem in such an uncompromising and forcible demeanour nice peoples, and between them , the very state of my beginning ? not anything yet a solitary and unknown witness wandering on this planet looking for the Future.

When I wrote this e-book, in Kyoto, Japan, throughout the wintry weather of 1917, i used to be seeking to the area of guys and countries from the higher room of a small wood-and-paper condominium, frozen lower than the snow, listening within the silence of this retreat to the key phrases of my Lord—The Lord of Nations...

And after such a lot of years, what curiosity can this sort of ebook supply a publication of a closed battle? good, the. struggle is.not closed. The warfare keeps. It can't finish earlier than peace, precise peace, is made. And actual peace, are not made until the countries are born back. during this catastrophic period they've got entered, upon the eve of recent and forthcoming mess ups towards which all are working, this booklet maybe can have a hearing.

Through its fallible phrases the infallible voice will be heard of Him "who ideas the international locations with a rod of iron," —The Lord of the Yoga of Nations.

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