The school of hard knocks in Argentina 

Question: The political and economical situation is rapidly worsening in Argentina, is there a dawning horizon anywhere in the next years in my country?

 Answer from the Ascended Master Saint Germain  through Kim Michaels. This answer was given during the 2021 Webinar for Russia – Overcoming the consciousness of Superiority and the Sense of Being Unwhole, Traumatized and Focused Outside Oneself.

Well, my beloved, the unfortunate fact is that many of the South American and Central American nations are still in the school of hard knocks, where they need to go through some fairly dramatic conditions, in order to see that this does not work.

You will see when you look back at history, that some nations have gone through these very strong ups and downs in the economy, often because they were enamored with some kind of ideology, be it socialism, or neoliberalism. And they decided to implement this economic system without considering what is the reality of economic principles, and what is the practical situation in their nation.

Both in Argentina and in many other countries in the region, there will be these ups and downs. But there is always the silver lining in the sense that when a country has gone to a certain extreme, there will be a group of people that can be awakened by this. And they can then come in and demand and implement a more balanced approach to the economy.

Unfortunately, it is an open question whether this will happen in Argentina, or Brazil or any other nation. But there is always a strong possibility. And certainly, I am always willing to work with the people, even if they don’t know anything about ascended masters, who are open to new ideas that can give greater prosperity to the people.

In South America, Central America, we have the same problem we see anywhere, that there is a tendency for the formation of a power elite that wants to exploit the economy and simply steal wealth away from the population. And this has in the past, given some nations a desire to experiment with socialism. But this does not work either.

So, there is a need for a new approach, and it will gradually be brought forth, not necessarily in South America, but it will be brought forth. And there are already some ideas out there that nations can implement. It is just a matter of having that willingness. And in many cases, this takes a certain economic crisis before there is the willingness to look for a new approach to the economy.

There is a tendency in some nations at least, to look at the more affluent nations be it United States or other nations and think that you can take the approach to the economy that you see in these nations and translate uncritically to a South American nation. And this is not a wise approach, because there are always certain conditions in the psychology of the people, the background of the people.

And of course, you cannot discount the fact that in many South and Central American nations, there is still a strong influence by the Catholic Church, which, essentially, when you look at the history of the Catholic Church and how they were instrumental in forming the feudal ages in Europe, it is an elitist approach. The Catholic Church encourages the formation of an elite in society, and puts the population down as sinners who should submit to this elite. This is also one of the factors that needs to be looked at and challenged in the nations that are strongly Catholic.


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