posted on Jul, 14 2008 @ 05:56 AM
I think it's a number of things accumulating. People are stressed and don't understand how, despite working more than ever with better technology
their lives are getting economically harder (this is because they are being ripped off by the capitalist parasite class). People are under attack from
more pathogens and higher toxicity levels, some due to social engineering black ops so as to remove oposition for fascism, some just due to the
rundown of the industrial system which has always discarded enviromentalism for the most part. People are weaker due to a worse diet, based on
processed and possibly irradiated foods that hold little or no nutritional value and throw people in a paradoxical overweight starvation, with high
fat levels and low sugar and vitamin levels and no fiber to help digestion. People are chemicaly intoxicated by a pharmacologically intense medical
system, which saturates healthy systems in it's efforts to treat unhealthy systems, throwing people into a downward spiral healthwise. People are
suffering from weaker immune systems due to vaccination programs that are not living up to hype and I think are actually making us weaker, if not
transmitting long term diseases to us. This last point ties in with the social engineering black ops, as I suspect we are under a concentrated dumbing
down process by those among us who see themselves as feudal lords and want to bring back the peasant class by destroying the middle class, which would
give us things like toxic vaccines and chemtrails, all under pretext of global climate calimity and health issues, ie problem, reaction, solution.
Lower oxygen levels from deflorestation or just higher CO2 levels could have an effect too, but this one needs some study, as some people say the
earths flora as a whole is thriving, which would make sense due to global warming opening up more land and high CO2 levels stimulating plant growth,
compensating to a degree deflorestation in south america and africa.
Sorry for the wall of text, but there's a lot to it imo.