posted on Dec, 17 2010 @ 04:50 PM
reply to post by c0ldPhr34k
IMO, genocide is not necessary.... at least not at the point we're currently at. I suggest simply hitting the breaks on our current rate procreation
and we'll be fine. Also, if we weren't so densely compressed together in our wonderful urban centers, there wouldn't be such an over-crowding problem
either. There's PLENTY of empty space on this planet. It's just that no one will ever want to move there because there's no Starbucks close by.
That being said, it doesn't quite answer the question you put forth which asked for my choices of who lives and who dies. Personally, I couldn't
chose, because I could never in my life see myself in a situation where I had that right. That's why I would base a decision such as that it on a
random lottery drawing. Everyone currently living on this planet has the right to be here, whether they're rich, poor, Islamic (your immediate
statement about them was rather disturbing, I must say), Jewish, Christian, or whatever, so I would make sure there's absolutely no discrimination in
the choice of who lives and who dies, regardless about how I feel about certain people. Sure I might rejoice if someone I dislike loses the lottery,
but its still not for me to chose. I would also accept the consequences of my own name being drawn.
Also, I would only accept this scenario if it was indeed 100% known that the planet could not survive unless a certain amount of people were removed.
The idea that the NWO would be pondering something like this is only because it would make it easier for them to control everyone... and not
necessarily something imperative for the planet's survival. So, if it was ever suggested for something like this to happen, you can bet your boots
there'd be heavy resistance.
I certainly don't follow Christianity the way I used to, but I'm still a firm advocate of the "judge not lest ye be judged" philosophy. "Do unto
others as you would have them do unto you" comes to mind here as well...
edit on 17-12-2010 by oaf21 because: (no reason given)