Well, to form my opinion, I look at the Laws of Nature as Set Forth by the Creator...Whether or not any particular person believes in a "Creator"
is a bit irrelevant & has no call to slam me for mentioning one. Creator or not, even the most die-hard atheist has to admit that the Laws of Nature
& "governs" the ecology that spawned every living species in existence. After all, every branch of real Science has developed from
the observation, investigation & experimentation with the Laws of Nature.
That much being so, what has the science of Ecology have to say? Humans are not the first species in the history of life to have overpopulated its
environment...Even if it's relatively local. The only real potential for any significant difference has to do with humanity being over-populated
across the whole world. However, many other species shows such a widespread existence in nearly every eco-system in the world too...Insects, for
I would postulate that, when humans are numerous enough to confront the eco-system's "population bottleneck" (which ecological experts claim we
will be reaching around 2050 or so), then Nature will deal with humanity in the same way it deals with all other species that overpopulates...Massive
starvation, famine, more diseases, new generations being born weaker, etc.
Until the population drops to a more ecologically supportable population, humanity will suffer these problems. In short, humanity itself shouldn't go
extinct, because we've evolved an intelligence that goes a step beyond other animals, in that some people will be prepared to stave
off complete extinction
for at least a few generations...In small, isolated pockets. This is because our intelligence, forethought & creative
inventiveness makes us more adaptable
than many other species. I should note here that insects are thought to be the world's oldest land-bound
species...They would have been the first to leave the waterways & "colonize" the land. They're still with us today & probably still be around when
humanity finally recovers & maybe even after we finally go truly extinct. This will happen eventually anyway, unless we learn how to colonize other
worlds, because our planet & solar system won't last forever...Still a few billion years left perhaps, but not forever. At least that's what the
Astronomers & Astrophysicists figure...From their observations of space, our sun will eventually go nova, which means that it'll start to expand &
likely to increase its size until it eventually engulfs planets out as far as the orbit of Mars. Then eventually collapse & burn out into a dead
Certainly, the natural balance of the Earth's eco-system may be thrown a bit out of whack from human interference, but as the ecology of life adapts
to changes, the eco-system will eventually achieve balance once again...Maybe with some "new" minor differences than what we see today, but these
differences will come about from the adaptations
I also think that "Illuminati/NWO" groups already realize this & maybe they have deluded themselves into thinking that they will be "enforcing"
the Natural Laws by hastening human depopulation before
we reach that population bottleneck, that maybe they see themselves as "humanity's
saviors"...Which is a delusion because the Laws of Nature will do that anyway, but what they really
seek is to more secure their own
& eventual dominance over what humanity is still left over.
So, while they've deluded themselves into thinking that they're "serving the Laws of Nature," they are instead trying to prematurely hasten
events that the Natural World will force upon us anyway & manipulate the remainders of humanity into an eventual position of subservience...Under the
rule of their progeny, of course.
In truth they are violating
many of the Laws of Nature in the process, in order to hasten the depopulation...One of those Natural Laws is that
all living creatures are born into freedom & inherent other equal Natural Rights as every other creature, such as the Right to Travel Freely, learn
what they need to know & work to continue surviving (something akin to the Rights of life, liberty & the pursuit of happiness...the US Founding
Forefathers were a bunch of really smart cookies!). By looking at the real
Natural Laws, it's fairly easy to determine that while the
"Illuminati/NWO" may think & believe
that they're helping Nature, they instead pervert it with their selfishness & greed.
...Thus perpetuating the same mistakes of history when "rulers" try to achieve their selfish control over people & manipulate people into their own
concept of an "ideal society."
Still, whether or not the "Illuminati/NWO" take action, it won't make much difference in the end anyway. I firmly believe that humanity, as a
species, will still survive...But it won't be a pleasant time for humanity for a looong time, as Albert Einstein once said, "I know not with what
weapons World War III will be fought, but World War IV will be fought with sticks and stones."
[edit on 29-8-2008 by MidnightDStroyer]