posted on Nov, 24 2003 @ 01:18 AM
WWIII is more than just some random date in the far future, that we should all go build a bomb shelter for.
Most likely it will be more of a 'social revolution' or something to that effect. With all of the ill will in the world between governments and
it's peoples, something is going to just break under the tension.
We all have to consider what is going on in the world as we speak. The vast majority of the US military is in the middle east, fighting a war that has
lost all it's meaning. The better informed of us are aware that we are committing injustice after injustice, while the submissive sheeples called
americans smile at the fact that their stocks rose a small handful of points.
When more people begin to realize that the mask that has long hidden the deepest motivations inside politics has begun to slip off the face of our
leaders, there will be an uprising of indignation, and millions screaming about what we should do, while others simply let a tear roll down their
cheek, finally aware at what their blindness has caused.
This will lead to forcible reform upon the civil government, and other countries, long oppressed by us will sense the moment of weakness, and go for
the jugular, seeking to topple this corrupt empire. Confused, and in transition, the governmental infrastructure will collapse, and the NWO will come
into power, as it has been planned for longer than we will ever realize. At the reigns of a country lost, and seeking guidance...they will wield
ultimate power, in a world turned almost absurdly orwellian.
Or, if we never become aware of how badly we are being decieved, then the ever-worsening situation in the middle east will come to a head, with
nuclear weaponry. In steps mutually assured destruction. The world will never be the same again. Post apocalyptic cliches would run rampant, as the
world would turn to a ludicrous representation of 'Mad Max'. As einstein once said, "I know not what weapons World War 3 will be fought with, but
World War 4 will be fought with sticks and stones."
Thanks for listening.