posted on Mar, 22 2010 @ 04:29 PM
Originally posted by ownbestenemy
It is as if people are hoping for a false flag operation...
People are. In fact people are hoping for much more than that unfortunately.
And as sad as it is to admit it, I think the only way this world will see a big chance in a positive direction is when (it's not a matter of "if")
a huge cataclysmic event happens - whether it be natural or by man.
Do I personally want something like this to happen? Hell no! I would rather love sweep the planet and for us all to ascend into a higher
consciousness - but this is wishful thinking at this point in time, which is also unfortunate.
These earthquakes have been bringing people together from all across the globe, and they are nothing compared to what could
occur; for example
a much larger earthquake - picture Yellowstone or something of that nature - or something like a nuke being dropped. Either way people will help one
another out, and as crappy as it would be to lose people in such horrible events, it is bound to happen one day. WWIII has already started; it
started on 9/11/2001 I believe, and will continue and only progressively get worse.
I saw someone say in a post that voting is the best way for change. I'm sorry but that has to be worst way to try and have any sort of positive
change happen. I mean of course it would be lovely if voting mattered, and democracy was real, but IT'S NOT! So voting means nothing, I thought
everyone knew that by now. I mean if you need to be refreshed take a look at the health care bill - how many citizens would have voted for it to
pass? Now take a look at our representatives and what they voted. Did our votes count? No, because the people we elected obviously don't care
about what we think, or why we even elected them in the first place.
The world is full of disorder and will be forever until all of our lives are changed dramatically. Like I said I wish for it to be in a peaceful
manner, but I am doubtful and I believe just when I say that.