posted on Sep, 29 2012 @ 09:17 AM
reply to post by BIHOTZ
The system needs to stop protecting people and situations where they perpetuate the problem we know exists and is entirely unsustainable now, let
alone 10 times more in propensity.
I understand what you are saying EXCEPT, it is the system that creates these problems to garner more power. By creating these bigger problems the
people are begging "the system" to take as much power necessary to fix these problems. This is the objective of the system; to create such dire
conditions so that the people are so desperate that they will give up their rights in the name of peace.....but, peace never comes. How many
generations of children said, "teach us life skills, not things we will never use" but, it never happens. We create dependent generations instead.
Now the system is comfortable offering death as a solution to various problems. I read the objectives to introduce this philosophy...I recall that
one objective was to first get people to talk about it and get the option on the table first (through all mediums, including public education
system)....then by doing that, we gradually become closer to accepting it....and here we are doing that very thing.
The system introduced this philosophy as a compassionate solution to a problem. They had to get the world to at least start talking about it to
"gradually" work what all know is wrong in a light whereas "maybe" there are circumstances in which it may NOT be wrong.
They introduced it by using the Terri Schiavo case.
We thought it was all about this one compassionate issue
but, it is not. Now, we have carried this issue all the way to "quality of life"..... so the system is already setting a standard (their standard)
of who is worthy of life.
Slippery slope indeed.
Even the word you use "unsustainable" is something the system came up with for some other plans that sound all nice until you do some real research
on the matter. You need to remember who has been creating these problems in the first place.....there needs to be a point that we change the system
instead of letting the system change us.