The question to ask oneself when pondering on the subject of extraterrestrial intelligence, alleged alien craft, alleged abductions, etc, is at what
point does it change my life, and in what way? Validation of it may change your viewpoint, but it's not going to change your life. You would be better
off looking retrospectively upon your life in relation to the mystery itself, or to place your existence within the context of ufology. Ufology cannot
be affective upon your life, it can only be affective upon your world view as part of the questions pertaining to our origins, our placement in the
grand scheme of existence, and how we are to shape our future.
Take a look at the human race and the modernity it has come into. Ufology has become just another one of our psychoses, and if black ops manipulate
anything, it is our psychoses. Black ops agendas are never revealed until the agenda is complete, and even then, only within an historical context.
However, what should always be remembered is that at their central core is a human desire to manufacture an effect for specific human purposes.
IF...there is an extraterrestrial presence on this planet, why do you think they are here? Resources the planet may have? I doubt that. If an
intelligent life form has the capability to travel the vast distance of space, they will have the technology to mine any planet for resources, so
whatever our planet may have can be found and taken from elsewhere. No. Their only interest with this planet as an intelligent species would be
towards us ourselves, as a life form whose intelligence is both primal and non-primal and evolving. They would study us from the context of their own
evolution. It would seem to me that no matter what life forms arise and fall cyclically on a planet, life always, and without exception, evolves
towards 'intelligence', but holding no guarantee of success for evolving from primal instinct to non-primal objectivity and utility.
Here on our planet our species is comprised of races at various stages of development in expressing human intellect, not all of them will make it,
because as intelligence evolves it becomes more utilitarian in its outlook, more pragmatic and more statistical. Higher intelligences will view
less-developed intelligences like a useless limb, and will objectively reach the conclusion that they should be culled in order that the higher
developed race can continue. We on this planet will be no different.
Our societies are becoming more and more fractured, and as a result, are crumbling and coming apart at the very points where they should be
well-bonded...consensual agreement to noble principles of cooperation. Everybody sees this, and so do the authorities. They can't keep a control on 6
and a half billion people all wanting a certain quality of life and a certain quality of life style, the planet hasn't the resources (that we can
reach) to afford us all that.
There won't be a switch from fossil fuels to cleaner methods of manufacturing energy until a large portion of the human race has been culled. Being
wealthy won't save you either, your value will be in your practical expertise for science, engineering and farming and to promote life-sustaining
ideas and methods. All civilisations on any planet will reach this point during their evolution. A cull of the human race from an intelligence point
of view is both logical and necessary if the species is to survive into the future, There are minds, right now in government, in think tanks, in the
military, etc, who already think and believe this.
Events like 9/11, recessions and depressions and banking collapses were not just terrorist attacks or economic disasters, they were also opportunities
for the appropriation for the diversion of massive amounts of public funds into projects geared towards the survivability of a small section of our
species. Obviously, from the point of the individual, all this is wrong and should be fought against. We will each believe that we each have a right
to life, and not just be viewed as an impedance to our species' survival. Unfortunately, your personal thoughts and hopes won't matter.
Noble principles of equality, of freedom and liberty and personal space and privacy are fine within a small group, but once that group grows its needs
will out-grow those principles and they will be tossed aside out of necessity. The human race is at that point now. An alien visitor would observe
this with a passive understanding and non-intervention.
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