posted on Aug, 28 2010 @ 09:19 PM
reply to post by Frankidealist35
Actually, history shows the international bankers cause economic depressions & collapses of entire countries which lead to war, famine, and a culling
of the masses .. time and time again.
The other thing to take into account is technological advances. Where at one point in time survival of the fittest was at play, now the people who are
most lazy and apathetic are in many ways at an advantage compared to those who are motivated and empathetic. The stupid have out breed the intelligent
to much greater extents than in past times. Once an IQ drops to a great extent, societies and perhaps civilization itself may be crushed by the mass
of utter stupidity it encapsulates.
Various advances already seen and soon to be had in the fields of AI, robotics, & nano-tech will ensure a great percentage of people will be utterly
useless, and seem that much more of a burden to the elite's agenda. I truly think a serious depopulation agenda has not only been in effect for
sometime, but will be aggressively accelerated as we make our way through this century. Just look to the main points spoken about by the academic
elite. Whether you want to believe in the validity of their studies and predictions or not, most of the elite think that a depopulation MUST happen,
and very soon.
I don't think we've got another decade before a good chunk of us are wiped out, and in fact think that this engineered global economic collapse is
the first stage of this. One way or another, BILLIONS will die out this century, and not of everyday, natural causes, but because technologies were
suppressed, the people were dumbed down, and our information networks choose not to focus on encouraging a collective will towards exploring that
final frontier which is outer space. Basically, the elite thought it best to hold onto their power-stronghold, and wipe out all but the fittest before
making that leap.