"They" en tant que masculin (yang), 'ils', symbolise la Trinité de Jahvé, en langue des oiseaux kabbaliste. Le mot "Ils" symbolise en effet la Trinité chrétienne de Jahvé, le vrai Dieu non isiaque, en langue symbolique française. Le pronom "Elles" symbolise au contraire la trinité isiaque satanique, en français. L'anglais n'a pas de mot pour différencier "ils" de "elles", donc ce sera suivant le contexte qu'il faudra déterminer si "they" est un mot neutre, n'ayant pas de sens particulier ou s'il s'agit au contraire de "ils"-Jahvé ou de "elles"-Isis.
“They don’t want you to win.”
“They don’t want you happy.”
“They don’t want you to jet ski.”
“They get mad when you have joy.”
Truth be told, the only they capable of stopping you from winning, are the they that exist in your head.
Because though there might be truly people uncomfortable with your success, people whose happiness come from seeing you lose, they have no power over you.
Like Chelsea has a better chance of winning the premier league than they have of stopping you from your wins because they just don’t have the power.
They can only stop you if you let them.
Originally, these haters have no power over us other than the one we give to them.
As a child of God, good person, or one who hasn’t wronged another person, there is a protective hedge over you that can only be broken from the inside.
In other words we are the ones who break this hedge over us when we sin, offend others purposely or set out to hurt others. Or do evil.
The consequences/bad karma as a result of these wrong actions include the breaking of the hedge thus leaving one susceptible to stake from they.
And that is why they(the good they that invent all the popular sayings I.e) say, if God be for you who can be against you?
Or as Mr. Ojimadu C more accurately puts, “no one but yourself.”(fin de citation)