posted on Jan, 24 2008 @ 11:37 PM
I look forward to the end of global corporate fascism, be it revolution, disaster, whatever, and i find many people i know share the same view.
While i disagree with genocide, eugenics, and the likes of "ethnic cleansing", i strongly agree that the world needs a lot less people blindly
consuming resources for no other reason than than consumerism. I don't wish any specific disaster really, even a peaceful revolution at the ballot
box (if such a thing were possible) just to get us headed in the right direction.
We're all the same, thirsting for change. In the US roughly 1/4 our spending goes to the military driven to resource conquest by profit margins,
and the same to a flawed medicare system which allows the insurance companies to monopolize and bilk for billions. We have a skewed election process
where it's obvious that votes don't count. Add the recession caused by artificially inflated energy prices (with repercussions of such affecting
all industry) and the mortgage crash and debt crisis, and we stand on the brink of disaster as it is.
As of right now, I'm ready to welcome the end of the gross injustice the devils who run things impose upon us, especially the biochemical and
psychological (food additives and TV) warfare tactics being applied to the population. A lot of us are ready. I'm a minimalist, i'll just run
off into the wilderness with a small pack full of gear and be just fine without civilization. I'm probably going to do just that even if nothing
happens. I welcome the day when there's no electricity, when the oil is gone, when man's vile machinations cease their incessant cacophony of
rattletrap noise pollution, when the satellites drift from orbit or crash to terra firma, and cease their emanations of microwave radiation, the day
that this very computer that i use (which is recycled) ceases to be of any use.
Many hundreds of millions, billions will be unable to cope with a world not supported by the current unsustainable path we plow blindly along, and
will perish. I may be one of them, and so may you and your loved ones. I hope for peaceful and positive change, where a revolution begins by the
population becoming aware of the lies and deceit and doing something about it. Doing things like investing in solar and wind power generation where
feasible, getting off the couch and planting a garden of useful stuff, and as much as possible, ending one's own dependency on the power provided by
the powers that be.
Personally if there was going to be an asteroid strike of extinction level proportions, i'd want to be close to ground zero to witness the event.