posted on Dec, 11 2012 @ 06:09 AM
Originally posted by Sevka
It would be horrible to think it has been planned on purpose though.
Of course it's been planned on purpose. Wars are always
deliberately premeditated to achieve some aspect of social control. This one will be
no different in philosophy, but the scale will of course be much larger than what we've seen in the past, as terrifying as that is.
Having said that, I think the sooner we get it over with the better. Like pulling off a band-aid, you know. So yes, I'm looking forward to what 2013
brings, even if it doesn't look good. If the glass is indeed half-full, a third global war and its aftermath will present an opportunity for humanity
to turn in a new direction. Take Star Trek, for example (yes, I know this is a tired comparison but it works)--only after near-annihilation does
humanity finally get its priorities straight, eliminating such sources of destructive behavior as hunger and class envy (by giving up on the whole
money idea) and living harmoniously with our environment, allowing us to turn our attention and resources--voluntarily at all levels--to pursuits such
as the exploration of space.
At least we can dream, can't we?