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Truth Be Told 95% Of People Will Not Make It

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posted on Apr, 6 2009 @ 02:45 AM
are those 1000's of hours you spent researching this the reason you had to cast a spell on a girl to get a date????

your to busy ehh?????

well,,,, i could have spent 2 hours studying prophecies that abound the net to come up with 95% will be wiped out number

ps----do you see the irony or silliness in a poster who names himself bobbylove,,,,who then must cast spells on unsuspecting girls to get a date???

how'd it work out?????

i certainly look forward now to threads you start,,, keep em coming

posted on Apr, 6 2009 @ 03:00 AM
The majority of this thread makes no logical sense at all. And even if the OP is right, I personally don't care. If a nuke drops, hope it lands on my house. All are going to die someday, I don't see any reason to live in fear about such things. But personally, I'd say I take a higher risk of dieing in a car wreck tomorrow than I do being killed in this fashion. And either way, same result.

Those saying they "don't need us anymore". I don't know what you think you are talking about. Humans are the greatest resource on this planet, and if anything society is geared to make humans act like robots rather than some robots taking over. The entire manipulation on this planet is to turn people into robots/zombies who don't really think for themselves, but instead act on a level of action/reaction instead of understanding and reason so that those who are in control are able to create actions that will result in the action wanted. No different than filling a rocket with the correct amount of fuel and lighting it to control the rockets reaction.

And even if they did have such things, and were so much further advanced, then why would it even matter what anyone thought? It wouldn't. It would just be over with. A king who is about to do battle with another side always weighs the odds and such, and if he knows he can't win compromises. If he can win, then he doesn't hesitate. But according to the logic here, it's something we are supposed to fear? Again, no thanks.

Reminds me of the movie 300 where the rulers act like gods and people actually believe they can't be harmed, so they bow down to them. Now it would seem I'm being told these untouchable people rule the world, and I should be so lucky to be alive.

posted on Apr, 6 2009 @ 03:28 AM
In the words of Mr. Tom Berenger, We all gotta die sometime, Red. If this world gets to the point where 95 percent of the people are dead, I wouldn't want to live in it anyway.

posted on Apr, 6 2009 @ 03:42 AM
So 19 out of 20 won't make it.

Here's what I think. There are tough resilient healthy people who are capable of hunting, fishing, fighting, building, and can think ahead. They have good instincts and are fast on their feet. They'll survive and thrive.

Unfortunately for those reading this, the kind of people who spend their spare time on the Internet, exchanging unproductive speculations on things that may or may not happen, over which they have little or no control, are likely to have few of the survival skills required. Odds are very bad for these people.

For starters one of the first things to go will be your Internet connection.

How to find out where you are. Turn off your computer for a month. Don't take any money or food from anywhere. Live just by your wits and strength. Come back and report.

I've done it more than once. Sink or swim is the best way to learn about yourself.


[edit on 6-4-2009 by mmiichael]

posted on Apr, 6 2009 @ 03:45 AM
no offense to bobbylove321, ive been reading most of the topics you started, and most is BS...

posted on Apr, 6 2009 @ 03:47 AM
reply to post by patientobserver

It's funny because you hit the right question.

I would be one of the ones that'll make it. I don't fear death, so if it did arrive at my door step, then it's meant to be.

However, I'm doing things to increase my chances, and it has nothing to do with gathering up food, weapons, etc.

It's all in the mind, and it's not about meditating. It's about KNOWLEDGE.

I believe KNOWLEDGE WILL prevent you from dying. Your super power will come into effect. It sounds sci-fi but I'm serious.

posted on Apr, 6 2009 @ 03:50 AM
reply to post by Seany

I've done thousands of hours (Years) of research on almost everything. Yes, everything.

This ranges from reverse speech, Nibiru, 2012, NWO, interdimensional beings, reptilians, ufos/greys, abductions, quantum physics, time travel, mental powers, dna activation, spells, magic, pagan symbolism, etc.

THOUSANDS of hours.

Like I said the 95% isn't an exact percentage. It's more like how many people will "Most" likely not make it.

Since 95% are the typical average person who works a 9-5 job, go to school, sit at home and watch tv, or are starving somewhere in Africa.

[edit on 6-4-2009 by bobbylove321]

posted on Apr, 6 2009 @ 03:51 AM
reply to post by nastalgik


Show you proof that in the next few years many of us aren't going to make it??

Look around you, and you tell me.

We'll see by the end of this year.

posted on Apr, 6 2009 @ 03:53 AM
reply to post by 180attoseconds

All my threads have a pretty good basis for those who are open minded. Are some of them wrong about dates and Israel vs Iran war? Definitely, but that doesn't change the fact that what will come, WILL COME.

There's no more to say. The events that are coming WILL be in such a form that it would be survival of the most mentally fit.

posted on Apr, 6 2009 @ 03:56 AM
reply to post by LiquidLight

Would that even make a difference to the average person though?

How many people do you interact with over a course of a year? Probably a few thousand.

5% left of over 6 BILLION people would be around 300 MILLION. This is still a lot of people that you'll never get to see or interact with anyways.

posted on Apr, 6 2009 @ 04:27 AM
reply to post by bobbylove321

So umm wait wait , just because I am interested in cars and racing I will die

Bleh great so I guess only people that have no life whatsoever and are only interested in the destruction of the world will survive

Not to mention that I am a survivalist + interested in the occult and I am probably more prepared for any sit X than the average joe on this site

You see the point I am trying to make is , people have many interests ,and just because somebody spends allot of time on lets say football or racing dosent mean he is not prepared for when the shtf

[edit on 6-4-2009 by Thill]

posted on Apr, 6 2009 @ 04:38 AM

Originally posted by ctjctjctj
reply to post by TwiTcHomatic

The powers that be do not need us the useless eaters of the earth's resources because they have automated everything from food to fun.

Their robots do the dirty work, and bear in mind, their technologies are at least 50 years, I repeat FIFTY YEARS more advanced than the public eyes have seen.

Why are humans increasingly being referred to as 'Useless eaters'?

By doing so, you are playing into a mindset created for you to believe.

You are reducing human life to that of units. A kind of resource based slavery. Worthlessess in terms of cash.

All human life has intrinsic value. The fact alone that we are human, makes us other than useless.

Basically the mindsets is, unless you work or produce/earn/create money you have no value.

You are worthless (see the words i'm using? Value, worth, worthless?)

They are all terms to express profit or lack of profit. Value is linked to gain. Monetary gain in particular. Worth or worthless, are another couple of examples of moneytary gain or loss, profit and profitability. You are playing into a globalist agenda.

Essentially putting profit and loss before the sanctity of human life.

There are no useless eaters, only human beings oppressed by ruthless money and power centric sociopaths, backed by useless and spineless leaders.

As for overpopulation, it's a fallacy. A fairytale to make the 'scarce resources' even more profitable.

Our planet could comfortably support at least twice the amount of people as it does currently. The only obstacle to this is profit and loss.

What do i mean?

If the governments of world, ditched money in favour of co-operation and abondoned profit and profitablity, technologies such as solar, wind, nanomaterial (metametarials) and geothermal (and a host of others deemed too expensive) energy technologies would not have a cost per K/W attached.

Our deserts could be covered (litterally) with solar panels (for example). Millions of square miles of panels, over every inch of hostile terrian, would generate enough power to sustain the world. Energy problem then become no energy problem. There are obviously better technologies out there, but these are considered too expensive (profit and loss again!)

Sea water would be desalinated and distilled. NO water or lack of water problems.
Instead of oil, networks of pipelines carrying water would be routed to inland areas for irrigation and drinking. The Oz outback and other areas (such as large parts of Africa, The US, and S.A., Siberia, Mongolia, etc etc etc, considered too arid too cold or inhospitable would become world gardens, to feed the world.

The only thing stopping this happening is humanity's love of money and the political will to oppose those that teach us to love money above all else, even each other.

As a species we think more of it than each other, it's sickening.

You see, there are no useless eaters, only useless leaders.


posted on Apr, 6 2009 @ 08:04 AM
reply to post by bobbylove321

why do you always tell those who dont believe you that they arent open minded? do you get off by insulting other people's intelligence? and what are your sources?

"I STRONGLY believe that this year followed by the next couple will be the LAST few years of humanity. "

"Whatever the event is going to be we'll see...the only 5% of us that remain. "

i highly doubt it.

i really think that all this mystical stuff and alien thing thats supposed to happen in 2012 is really a distraction to what is really happening in the government.

posted on Apr, 6 2009 @ 08:12 AM

Originally posted by YouAreDreaming
I am not sure about the future, it seems to be very vague, however one thing is for sure, we are entering into more and more turbulent times with over-population...

I've heard it said...if every person on earth stood next to one another...they would fill Jacksonville Florida only...

are we really overpopulated?


posted on Apr, 6 2009 @ 08:44 AM

Originally posted by bobbylove321
I STRONGLY believe that this year followed by the next couple will be the LAST few years of humanity.

I've done my research and have spent thousands of hours thinking about different events and scenarios.

What makes you any differnt from any other end of days speculator? I feel sorry for you, that you have spent thousands of hours on this stuff, while you could have spend a few of them doing something else. When the SHTF, won't you look back and wonder why you didn't spend some of that time doing other things? You sound like you know it all, when what I read sounds like an obssesive, compulsive person. I mean if only 5% if people will survive, who cares what you think?

One thing sticks out in my mind.


Everyone has to die sometime.

Regardless of what the scenario that unfolds could be: 2012, alien invasion, NWO, etc.

One thing is FACT. 95% of us will not be here to see what happens.

How about a nice vacation for yourself?

The reason I believe it's 95% is because that's a great majority of people who either live by the saying "Ignorance is bliss" or are simply distracted by dumb stuff (American Idol, Football, war, money, cars, etc.).

Whatever the event is going to be we'll see...the only 5% of us that remain.

And...........LOL, I am sorry, but, so? Like I say, everyone has to go sometime. Enjoy yourself for a bit, rather than let this stuff eat you alive!

I FEEL that it's coming, and it won't be long. Human evolution is coming, and it's NOT what you think it be either.

So, fill us in..........afterall, you have spent 'thousands of hours on it." Spill the beans already.

It will be a Mind Shift. Those who can't cope with the new realm, reality, or dimension will not make it.

A mind shift? So........people willl just be insane? 95% of the population will just be insane? What else is new?

posted on Apr, 6 2009 @ 09:16 AM
reply to post by bobbylove321

you know what kills me? you respond to a lot of the people's replies in here ... except for mine, which asked for sources ...

[edit on 6-4-2009 by baseball101]

posted on Apr, 6 2009 @ 09:53 AM
So you have waste thousands of hours researching these things...and the best you can come up with is "something will happen". I'm sorry...but that isn't anything to brag about...that is called an OPINION...not FACT. All you did was waste thousands of hours filling your head with random conspiracies and theories...and took them all as fact. I love all conspiracy theories...but you need to read them with an OPEN MIND and not take everything you read as fact.

Having an open mind works two is to not dismiss everything you read that isn't main stream as not possible...and the other is to not accept every crazy theory you hear as fact. To have an open mind is to be open to the possibility that you may be wrong about anything you is NOT just to believe all crazy theories you here and criticise everyone else that lives a normal life. You are just as closed minded as those who dismiss every conspiracy theory.

And I love you have declared yourself in the 5% that will live...very arrogant of you. If SHTF, I would assume it is your arrogance that will be your downfall. My OPINION is that if SHTF, the best chance an individual have will be to band together with others and form a community...not going solo out in the forest. When in history has that EVER been a good idea for human survival?

posted on Apr, 6 2009 @ 01:26 PM
Truth be told 100% of people won't get out of this life alive.

2nd line.

posted on Apr, 6 2009 @ 01:37 PM
If anything, there will be a big change.
Not the end of the world
Nothing bad,
In the next few years, something good will happen.
What that is, is another topic.
And since when was death a bad thing anyway...?

posted on Apr, 6 2009 @ 01:47 PM
You have know clue about what you are speaking of you are saying that it is a FACT 95 percent of us will die in one short peropd of time but you have know proof even after a suposed 1000 hours of searching and also no FAcTual evedence now if you actualy said what would cause it that is a different storie but you didnt so

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