Perhaps on the grand scale of things, human beings were introduced as little nanobots to a healthy organism (planet earth) to see if we could make
improvements to it, or help it heal in some way? Could it be that instead of acting as agents of good, we're being proven to be a nasty virus on a
Or perhaps in the great experiment, we equate to blood cells coursing through the veins of mother earth delivering nutrients or god forbid some
unforeseen and unexpected form of disease? Perhaps we white blood cells killed off too many red blood cells and the entire health of the system is
off kilter for that reason.
But wherever we fit into the universe (why are we here?), I've often had the feeling we're being laughed at for our inadequacy and stupidity. I
imagine the NWO bastards have nearly peed their pants with laughter by now, at the notion that they're going to have a bill passed that forces stiff
taxes on farmers because their cattle phart. In case you hadn't heard that one, I'm not being funny here. It's true! They must be having a hell
of a good laugh over that one, and at the fact that the people just won't rise up against such insanity. They're probably asking themselves,
roaring with laughter: "Jesus, how much shyte will these morons take? HAR HAR HAR HAR!"
You might think that last paragraph is off topic. It isn't! Not only is it plausible that we're part of an experiment that we couldn't even
comprehend because of the sheer size of it, but we are in fact already being used as little nanobots and tools for the dark lords of this planet. An
experiment within an experiment perhaps?
Maybe the great experiment is to test mankind's tolerance for abuse. Perhaps the great experiment is meant to see what it would take for 6 billion
human beings to gather the courage and strength to rise up as one and heal themselves of the cancer known as Rothschild... thereby healing the very
cell they call home. The more healthy cells in the body universe... the healthier the universe. That's what I tink anyway!
When that deed is done, when humanity has rid the beautiful organism called planet earth of the Rothschild variety of cancer which is consuming our
world before our very eyes... on that day mankind will have passed the test. As reward for ultimately being found to be successful and good, maybe
mankind will be introduced to a new and different experiment... one that is much more fun and beautiful... beyond our comprehension type of
The consequences of failing? Certainly not the status quo! The status quo is as good as we're ever gonna see again... if we fail to heal this
planet. The consequences are so dark we haven't even begun to imagine it. I hope humanity hurries though, because I want to be alive long enough to
relieve myself on a few graves... no names mentioned (because I'm a classy dude). But I have a hunch you know who I'm thinking of
[edit on 5-4-2009 by Albertarocks]