posted on Sep, 25 2007 @ 06:10 PM
Just as I found when I actually got around to reading The Protocals of the Learned Elders of Zion... well... there just isn't a lot on the
guidestones that I disagree with.
Sure, it defies those who blindly adhere to the archaic institution of religion, but for the rest of us, free-thinkers, it makes a lot of sense.
The biggest problem people seem to have is the stones' first guide, to maintain the population of the earth at 500,000,000 in balance with nature.
Critics jump to their fear-based conclusion that this will somehow be obtained by mass global genocide. I think this approach would fly in the face of
the rest of the guides, so I dismiss it as paranoia. People are already taking steps to reduce the population, and they have nothing whatsoever to do
with genocide. Plans such as these are outlined for a long-term approach, and there are already guides in place to achieve this first goal. As
homosexuality is increasingly accepted as normal, and more homosexuals embrace the lifestyle the "God" has given them, they aren't going to breed.
Add to that the increase of heterosexual couples who are committed to zero population growth via having no children, or only one child, or adopting
existing children. I personally know two couples who got "fixed" after having one child, and then adopted two more. A noble and soically responsible
practice if you ask me.
So in short, this is nothing more frightening than the teletubbies, barney or care bears, and at best a responsible and balanced way to live.