posted on Mar, 9 2011 @ 02:16 PM
reply to post by LiveForever8
IMHO the most dangerous aspect of the "2012 phenomenon" is that untold thousands or millions of folks get the apathetic attitude of "the world is
going to end soon, who cares?". Regardless of whether folks believe any truth behind 2012 theories... everyone knows it is a widespread theory and
nobody knows exactly how much truth is behind it. But just enough for people to use the excuse "world going to hell soon, who cares?" towards any
It creates apathy towards very serious world events and issues, social, ecological, economic etc that every global citizen SHOULD be aware of and at
least have some understanding or "we should fix _____ problem" attitude.
2012 is a profitable venture for not only book-sellers, new-age gurus, etc but also for governments/policy-makers/corporations who can take advantage
of widespread global apathy to proceed with questionable actions.
ie - "let's go ahead and make war, pass corrupt or unjust new laws and regulations, and profit any way we can while the masses go on thinking the
world will end soon so they shouldn't give a rat's ass about any of this. they won't fight back."
Just my 2 cents worth.
On the other hand, the 2012 phenomenon does bring some incentive for curious-minded folks (like myself) to do some research into possible
world-changing (or world-ending) events - this is how I've become versed in all these conspiracy theories, which contain a lot of truth about the
gears and wheels of humanity's behavior! I never would have heard of Monsanto or HAARP or 'false-flag' military operations or corporate/government
intimacy or military-industrial mechanics or the RFID revolution or internet sovereignty etc etc etc the list goes on!!
edit on 9-3-2011 by
sincerelyme because: (no reason given)