posted on Dec, 13 2012 @ 12:32 PM
reply to post by graceunderpressure
I'm wishing for the kind of drama that will result in higher consciousness and more peace and harmony for all the world's civilizations. I'm not
wishing for a galactic superwave to smack us, but I don't see any other astronomical possibilities unless those in control have been 100% successful
in keeping a Nibiru brown dwarf system totally secret and I doubt that's the case.
So if nothing happens astronomically, I hope the date is a turning point when humanity will say 'enough is enough' to old ways of greed and
suffering. A Christ-like consciousness of everyone following the 'golden rule' suits me just fine. We can start with that and build upon it.
These days, outside of technological advances, we are still living 20th century lives with all the hardship and heartbreak continuing due to
resistance to change certain sociological constructs we are hanging on to. For example, it's time to reform the banking system and audit the Fed.
By the way, I am not in favor of global control by a central world government. I think the NWO concept is evil and dangerous. I am for separate and
independent countries and within them there should not be a centralized government, but a system of local and state governments the way it is supposed
to be here in the USA. I was always agains the concept of the European Union. I liked it just fine when countries were separate and independent and
each had their own currency in Europe.
I guess I am a Libertarian because I like more local independence rather than intrusive, national, centralized government. Also, it seems that every
organization or company in the USA is now so corporate that people are under some kind of repression. The most effective corporation in history was
Nazi Germany. Imagine the Nazis without guns and with no world domination agenda and what you have is a corporate model that is now in place in every
organization and company in the USA. I think it's time for a new model so that so many people are not slaving away with the first priority being
shuffling multimillions up to the top 1% executives. I think the corporate model has a sickness to it --- just pick up a good George Orwell book and
think about his messages to humanity.
Remember Nixon's legal advisor warned that there was a "cancer on the presidency" and realize that unrelenting corporate greed these days is a
cancer on our country and the world. People are now suffering because of this greed cancer. How many millions or billions does a person have to
acquire to feel happy these days?