posted on Nov, 7 2008 @ 08:24 AM
This thing has bothered me for some time already; what is the point of posting apocalyptic doomsday scenario threads - for example all those Planet X
and other end-of-the-world and we-are-all-gonna-die threads?
If we are all gonna die, or something else world-wide catastrophy would take place, is better to be prepared? Or is it better to live in fear? In my
opinion (look, it says in my opinion!) I think that only point making these type of threads is the fear mongering. So you want your neighbour, or your
internet fellas to be aware of the coming apocalypse? Or maybe you want the satisfaction that your (or somebody else's) "doomsday" scenario is
possible by people supporting it? It isn't spreading 'information' but fear. And fear is the most sinister force in humanmind and not useful at
Look people, how deep in fear you are living! I beg everyone to quit that crap now and let events evolve by their own. We can't do a crap if
something big is going to hit us; we just have to adapt on every moment we are living. Peeps, try living in the moment and cast aside your nightmares.
You are inflicting people with your fears and making them do crazy things (like abandoning their daily 'normal' life and start expecting some relief
from great disaster).
I don't mind warning people with real issues and spreading information that is useful, but spreading information of coming end of the world and death
of everyone is nothing but fearmongering and will not benefit anyone but those 'black magicians
that are using the fear to feed their
persverse twisted imagination.
Or maybe they (those that post apocalyptic threads) want you to be fooled and become spiritual? If you fear that your life is coming to an end, you
may want get babtized or convert into any other religion and become a fool.
OK, I have written down what had bothered me about these threads. You don't have to read it, but if you want to, you are most welcome and all replies
are appreciated and considered upon.
Everyone, be well and have some courage.