posted on Mar, 5 2004 @ 12:42 PM
What good is immortality when the world is locking in a corporate (also immortal) fascist state, ruining and overtaxing the lives of everyone else on
a daily basis?
As it is only 300 people in the world own almost everything because they print up all the money they want. Would you want to be anyone else? Woud you
consent to live "as an immortal," in the hell they have planned for most of us? Only they get to live in their glorious castles of incessantly
mindless greed and quests for an illusory growth of so called "power." If anyone complains, picture Dickens novel orphans saying "it isn't
enough," and "how dare you ask for more gruel!"
Immortality yes, but with a needlessly bad quality of life and perpetually corrupting government "to die for?" Would you relish normal mortality as
the only escape from slavery?
It has already begun with the tyranny of Diebold voting machines. Expect nothing but the illusion of normalcy from the elite, while they ratchet up
the pyramid blocks of "left vs. right?" Dividing and conquering they hope to achieve their ultimate goal of misery and death for everyone else.
Exceptions may be only a few lettuce pickers who are only modertately miserable with immortality optional.
In the end, immortality is acceptable when the quality of life issues, and basic issues of how we run civilization are cumulatively debugged. Until
property rights become sacrosant again in perpetuity, and exploitation terminates, one should not crave immortality. Make sure about quality of life
until leaping into immortality. Be careful of what you wish for, you may "get it."
On another score you may remember the motto of kamakazee pilots "Banzai," which means "may you live 10,000 years." One could think of it in a
world of misery as more a curse than a blessing.
[Edited on 5-3-2004 by SkipShipman]