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Originally posted by KrispyB
reply to post by Jean Paul Zodeaux
I bet you could write book on the word good, couldn't you. LMAO!
Quote the post immediately before yours: This makes no sense, and quoting the entire previous post above yours will result in a slight warning.
Originally posted by starscape
Why would they want you to be sent to camps? Then you can't work to pay the taxes they steal from you.
Originally posted by Jean Paul Zodeaux
reply to post by KrispyB
Good cannot be quantified by societal standards. Society is incapable of doing good because society is not real. Society is a name we place upon a collection of people. Only the people within a society are capable of doing good, and if doing good is their primary concern, they are not at all concerned with what "society thinks".
Originally posted by OLD HIPPY DUDE
I am curious for peoples thoughts and theorys on this topic.
I think it will start with the collapse of the economy, phones and the internet shut down, no new food deliveries to stores,or gas deliveries, riots, public advised to go to FEMA camps for their own safty, all utilitys shut off : natural gas ,electricity and water. All this WILL make people move.
The military will not be used in citys,but outside of citys to make sure people go to the FEMA camps and not go to their own safe havens.
The military will protect and maintain, airports, harbors, rail lines and stations and utility infrastructure.
The riots will reduce the population , military involvement would reduce their numbers.
Once the riots end and most people are in FEMA camps then the military will hunt down the survivalist, resistors, and terrorists revolutionarys.
Society is not real? Seriously? I mean, my body is only a collection of cells, so I must not exist!
t's so sad that certain western cultures have placed such a high value on individualism, and have neglected to balance this way of being with interdependence.