reply to post by MAC269
This is for all you survivalists out there.
Let me try to paint a picture for you.
Perhaps as long ago as seventy years TPTB found out about an impending event that was going to end civilization as we know it. Perhaps even the total
extinction of the human race.
At the very same time they were also given a way to save a small proportion of the human race, perhaps as much as 5%.
So what do they do? They can only save this 5% and continue the human race with total secrecy including out right murder to protect the secret.
After all if they where to disclose what they know for sure is to come to fruition all would be lost including the 5%. After all who amongst us would
carry on as normal in the certain knowledge that we have no future.
Look around you does it look like this is how they have been behaving?
I would say that I did say the event was not man-made. I would also say, my question was, is it a matter of "right to know" which is completely
objective? or need to know? which usually, when your talking the nefarious TPTB people, is standard operating procedure, you know, keeping information
compartmented so you can "exploit" said information when it is most advantageous to your goals. The problem with the whole question for me is, if they
(TPTB) "predict" that only 5% of humans will remain after a "natural" catastrophe 70 years in the future (somewhat "Godlike" in they're presciense
don't you think?) without knowing the exact specfics of how a "future" event will unfold, were will they (TPTB) put the "citadel" were the remaining
humans are supposed to ride out the "event"?, and if your talking about the total population of the human race, say 70 years from CE, that's not a
whole lot of people, so would we even be talking about establishing the "citadel" here on the Earth, or maybe they are planning to put them in, what,
deep space?, maybe Mars? In the end, predicting the future of attributes of a catastrophe on such a scale seems almost too "Godlike", even for the
TPTB! AS far as anyone "behaving" in a manner that supports your original question I'd have to say, from the current state of world affairs, no, I
don't think anybody has a clue TPTB or not!
edit on 14-6-2011 by CosmosKid because: spelling