posted on Apr, 4 2018 @ 04:02 AM
a reply to: Kandinsky
As someone who both fears death and researched the famine crises in North Korea, it would be very scary to see what happened on North Korea but on a
global scale. People think humans becoming zombies is scary. But reading how many North Koreans died before being able to border a train to search for
work, and those that do died on the trains! Believe it or not, I recall the North Korean created a division of labors who's sole purpose was to
recover the corpses and the individual responsible was awarded but I'll have to re-read.
Unfortunately we'll never get the exact numbers. It could have been thousands, possibly millions of innocent people starved to death in the famine!
And both North Korea and Korean history has stories of innocent people and soldiers on the brink of starvation; eating whenever and beggars couldn't
be choosers or you'll be dead if you don't eat.
When it comes to children I do wish they would become more active, willing to learn about the world around them and hopefully fix what previous
generations failed to do or else they and their descendants would suffer. I have met many kids who were nice, the problem is they're glued to their
video games, computers, phones, whatever. I understand that as an American we live in a more privileged society allowing us to do that without having
fear what the future might hold.
However, as a human, we're not embedded with superpowers and even though tomorrow might not be the end of the world, it's better late than never for
us to make changes, realist changes, that would allow both us and the rest of life on Earth to survive for many, many years.