posted on Oct, 24 2012 @ 06:05 PM
I just signed up to post this...have monitored ATS for quite some time, and am now disappointed at the responses that have been generated on this
topic, so I signed up with the alias kantakenomore to post this: This site has become like a high school forum. I thought of all people, the ones on
the ATS forum would get the "cavalry and bayonet" remark. He's just telling us, without telling us, that it's old technology. If you at all
follow what's written and spoken about on the internet concerning black budget military planning and agendas, you would be aware that the U.S.
military almost certainly spends a great portion of its trillions on technology that is decades to a thousand years ahead of its time. While the navy
remains effective at enforcing policy on a regional basis with 90-some percent of the world's nations, in hypothetical future confrontations with
Russia and China specifically, it's outdated technology. He was telling Romney that navies are becoming quaint and outdated. Why can't anybody,
not just on ATS, but anybody anywhere see this? It's so obvious it's corny. To support my point you only need to read many of the articles on
black projects on ATS and other sites that have been written over the years.
Another thing - although they're entertaining, can everyone tone down on saying "this is going to happen on this date"...earthquakes, nuclear wars,
comets. We all know those days come and pass without incident (although the Lightbulb has hit on at least one earthquake that I know of). If we can
know one thing with reasonable certainty, it's that we need to expect the unexpected. Look at the major events that have impacted this planet and
its people so far in this century - 9/11, the 2002 tsunami and Fukushima. They were all completely unpredictable (well, 9/11 was to some), but they
all caught the general public completely by surprise. We should expect that more than anything...expect the unexpected. Whatever comes will probably
come out of nowhere. Maybe it's not that important to decode and predict these disasters in order to merely improve our chances of survival. I
certainly don't want to live in a bunker for months and years through a nuclear winter, solar flare or pole shift or whatever else just to survive.
Maybe it's better to do what the new-age ascension proponents are saying and fill our lives with love and compassion and live in the moment. I once
asked my buddy from Texas what he would do if he knew the Russians had just lobbed a megatonner into his neighborhood. He said, true to form: "I'd
get out in my back yard with my glove and try to make an over-the-shoulder Willie Mays highlight catch". A nice piece of humor for sure, but my
point is that many of you are letting these depressing scenarios get the best of you and rob you of precious moments of your lives. Even if our time
is short, so what? Reach out - visit your grandma, pet your dog, grow some flowers. This fragile life is still here for us to enjoy, and even the
simple things can be fun and have a lot of meaning.
Thanks, sorry to be bitter, but it's not just about platoons and battleship armadas anymore. Aircraft carrier technology is 70 years old man! So is
nuclear technology. When it gets heavy, it will be about laser-oriented weapons on-world and off, and a myriad of other potential advanced
technologies, some of which we have some clue about and some which we probably have no idea about. THAT'S what Obama was saying. If you need
evidence, just read up on the Gary McKinnon case and why it's such a big deal.
Thanks again, I sure feel better. Wait a minute, no I don't!