posted on Dec, 16 2016 @ 04:56 PM
I think the issue with the guidestones, as well as most NWO-type globalists in general, is that it is approached with short-term, "old world" style
thinking. Frequently, under the guise of perceived long term, revolutionary concepts.
That topic alone could probably make a thread on it's own (albeit with few participants). Simply, to truly make a social evolution, we can't really
sit down and list out guidelines to unequivocally follow when they come solely from the "old" culture. Our cultural and social systems haven't
really evolved for so long, that we have been inundated in that thinking for generations.
In the end, many of the guidelines may end up moot, irrelevant, or at worst, detrimental and destructive to the evolution itself.
Lets take the first item, a population of 500m. That alone could change drastically due to everything from technological advances to lifestyle
changes. Shifts that will actually be an intrinsic, inevitable part of the process.
I guess we could go down the whole list in a similar fashion, but the short of it is that we can't really know how it "should be" until we get there.
Thinking that we can somehow know the tenets precognitively of an age and society that we literally know nothing about.. may be an exercise in
narcissism and hubris more than anything.
Conversely, it might be a beneficial thing in the case of some sort of near extinction level event that strips our social systems and technology back
to the "stone age."