posted on Jun, 17 2010 @ 03:44 PM
Look dude, you're just not seeing the big picture, here.
It's not that you were directly involved, it's that humanity collectively okay'd the crap circumstances. Guess what? We're all part of humanity,
therefore, you are to blame just as much as the next.
The truth is that humanity is getting EXACTLY what it deserves. The truth is that if we didn't, as a whole, look the other way and call people who
spoke out derogatory names. If we didn't say it's okay, and that's just the way it is. If we empowered ourselves to not only understand, but act on
our conscience. That if we got organized and united against big oil. Not even that, if we all donated a little time, energy, and $$$ into the
alternatives. THEN, we wouldn't be in this situation. It's the same for most of these catastrophes.
We KNOW that there's alternatives out there, either waiting to be discovered with the effort, or waiting to be put to use. We KNOW that the system is
corrupted from the top down, and that voting is a joke. We KNOW that evil exists not because of the men who cause such actions, but because of the men
who choose to do nothing about it. We KNOW that the only way through this mess, i s a complete redesign of society as a whole. We KNOW that without
action, and not just words, nothing will change. We KNOW that we can't count on those who call ourselves our leaders, and that we must take up these
So we've got the knowledge. Where's the action? So it is, collectively, all of our faults.
For if the system was restructured, if the patent office wasn't corrupted, if these alternatives were allowed to flourish, if the people just came to
their senses and stood up for their liberties. . . we'd all be living in a golden age.
Ultimately, it's humanities fault. This is why I say we're all to blame. As individuals within the collective.