posted on Oct, 22 2013 @ 11:30 PM
Would a conspiracy involving a small subset of humans deliberately creating conditions that would lead to the death or displacement of 85% of the
world's population be considered mass homicide? That's illegal, right?
If a corporation is a person, and a psychopath is a person who cannot morally differentiate a human being from a chair or an airplane, then isn't the
world being run by psychopaths?
Corporations and governments reduce the people to more no than data and statistics, which are related to dollars and energy consumption. Some people
will become liabilities to society based on an actuarial risk assessment, and as a result, the 'producers' of the society will become indignant -
not toward the government, who emplaced the system of failure, but with the people considered liabilities, who drive up premiums.
Much less will consideration be given to an individual, and their value as creative, intelligent beings, and as the oceans slowly rise over the
decades, and the blackouts become more common, and people begin to die of disease and starvation by the millions will we finally realize that it was
all according to plan.