reply to post by johnny2127
It's weird you should bring that up...
A couple years back, I absolutely wanted Armageddon to happen. It was exciting. The reason it was exciting is because I thought I knew what was going
to happen and that I would be safe and everything would ultimately change for the better. I was a Christian, and anarchy seemed like a good course.
It's like riding on a roller coaster - if you are secure, you are exhilarated. If you are not secure, you are terrified.
This is one flaw of religion. It allows the person to feel secure when in reality they very well may not be. It allowed people to kill thousands on
September 11th because they believed they knew what would happen next - they would go to heaven and be treated as gods. It allowed the crusades.
People who thought they were fighting for God and would receive an eternal reward. And it may yet allow for our country to burn - the majority of its
inhabitants being Christian and believing it to be 'part of the plan'.
It's a little scary, knowing that most of the world is actually expecting mass calamities and will not be as likely to stop it - of course it's
God dishing out the woes.
And who can deny God? Why try? The heathens will burn and we
will be secure.
I would almost say that it's planned - except I know of no group that's that patient or cunning...
Yes, I'm scared of anarchy, and know that it would not be a good thing.
And what happens when one country collapses and others are near the same fate? Play the scenario out in your head.
What happens when people get desperate, and most of the authority in the world is gone?
What happens when those nukes actually have a purpose - perhaps to threaten those who do not agree to certain terms?
No one should accept anarchy as if it is "part of the plan".
We have no plan.
And if there is
a plan, I can guarantee you that it doesn't involve our well-being.