posted on Nov, 12 2011 @ 08:44 PM
Originally posted by moondancer811
reply to post by WhiteHat
Is lovely as all that sounds you have to understand, you would watch many people die for lack of food, water and heat. We would be back to the basics
and the sad part is, most people are not even 98% prepared for this event. It would be sad, very, very sad.
While I get your point, and I specified that those are only frustration-induced fantasies, let me remind you that people ARE dying from lack of food,
water and heat right now, as we speak. We, the 15% percent of population living in developed countries, are living in an illusory bubble of comfort
and wellbeing, and think that everyone live like this.
Every ten seconds, 4 people are dying from hunger related causes, and 2 from drinking bad water. There are 86,400 seconds in a day; which means that
51,840 people are dying daily from hunger and bad water. By the end of the month we'll have our mini mass-destruction event quietly happening, all the
while we freak out over 100 or so cases/year of swine flu deaths or chemtrails depopulating the world...
This is going on right now, every day, right in front of our eyes, but sadly, we don't see that from our high heaven.... An end of the electronic age
scenario can't possible make it worse for these people; this would be the end of OUR world...if you know what I mean....
Watch this video if you don't believe me.
The World In Ten Seconds
I don't want people to die; I only want a better world, and it's obvious to me that the electronic age didn't achieved that, not for us, who "enjoy"
it's benefits, nor for those left outside.
But again, it's just my frustration speaking.
edit on 12-11-2011 by WhiteHat because: (no reason given)