reply to post by LightinDarkness
I'm comparing my strategy for change to that of socrates, not myself. I'm irrelevant to anything until i exercise my expression. I'm using the
most powerful tools i possess to effect a needed change in a peaceful manner.
Not that this is a "corps are evil" thread, it's a fact that they run the planet from the boardroom, political decisions revolve around corporate
economics. I'm just saying how the game is, they're the root of most of the serious problems in this world. They're the ones with the greatest
economic leverage, a few large companies can economically break the govenment with strategic investing, the government is economically held hostage.
The ballot box don't matter when lobbyists grease pockets with millions. Even my 1 vote among hundreds of millions doesn't hold the weight of one
Humble doesn't mean silent, either. If you find my words shocking, you should thank me for stimulating your thought. Did i not awaken some
thoughts inside you with the power of words? I'm glad you disagree with me so vociferously and passionately, regardless of the topic. That shows
me you care about what you believe.
Billions suffer unnecessarily at the hands of the slavemasters and eugenecists, and the sooner that any event shifts the balance to end the suffering
that most of the world endures, the better. Be it from catastrophe or mass awakening, or anything in between. It has nothing to do with humble,
it's war tactics. We're in an economic class war in the western world , and most don't know it. I implore all to educate yourselves on the
reality of the situation, to realize what's important and what is a pile of slave labor produced plastic uselessness that i see masses filling up
shopping carts with used as a tool in class warfare. This is the flavor of slavery in the western world, and western outsourced world.
Corporations aren't evil, evil corporations are evil and that's where the real "axis of evil" lies. There are corporations out there doing good
things to effect peaceful change, but due to some of these companies practicing the long forgotten art of ethics, they remain insignificant players on
the global stage. It's a simple fact you don't make a billion dollars in this world without exploiting people. Same with governments, not all
government is evil, but most of the major players on the world stage only get to play the game by manipulating and exploiting people.
I do agree though that wanting something to happen to test yourself or to break the boredom is selfish also, just as sitting on the couch praying for
the tv to work forever so you're not inconvenienced. I get my adrenaline rushes by testing myself on a daily basis, whether it be a 30 mile hike in
adverse conditions over a mountain range, freestyle battling hardcore emcees in front of a crowd, or any number of the ways that the test is handed
down. I'm an adrenaline junkie on a high order, and on a bike, board, microphone, or hanging off a rock wall at night in a rainstorm picking my way
to the top, i get my dose so heavily my veins burn.
Even if the masses should awaken, do you think the government and all the paid corporate armies are just going to relinquish power? Do you think the
owners of the plantation will awaken also and see the light, release the slaves, and abolish their unethical practices of exploitation? Or will the
armies of the elite quash the uprising with force? Awakening most likely will bring a new war, with more suffering and martyrdom. A cataclysmic
natural event is the most likely event to level the playing field that has been for so long severely unbalanced.
I don't believe anyone in particular deserves to die, but you seem to do, so much for your peace and love, huh? I think that people are either
going to suffer from overpopulation and oppression, or from depopulation via catastrophe. Twelve billion people attempting to survive off what's
left of the planet after we're through with raping her is the most horrific scenario i could imagine, everyone will suffer until death in hunger,
thirst, disease, poverty, and war on a scale of which humanity has never seen. An asteroid strike, pole shift, sea level rise, ice age, or other
natural event would cause much less suffering for humanity that the future we are blindly stumbling towards with heavy footsteps in unchecked
I'd be all for the power players using the trillions of dollars of profit to invest in renewable resources, peace, and equality, but we all know a
trillion dollars is only going to be used to buy more war, slavery, and oppression. It's more that i fear the catastrophe that the lack of a
catastrophic event will bring.