posted on Jan, 11 2013 @ 07:18 PM
For the last 15-20 years I have thought that sometime in the near future we will get to a point when workers and laborers are no longer needed.
What happens when we get to that point?
We are getting ever closer to it. 3-D printers, etc. are getting us close to not having to worry about having workers to create new things. When
nanotechnology allows the rearranging of individual atoms or potentially even atomic structures, what will the ignorant ill trained mostly moronic
masses be needed for?
We won't need assembly line people, janitors, yard caretakers, construction workers etc...
Is it REALLY far fetched to believe that those who feel they are the elite don't want to get rid of all of those people that they think are inferior
Is it really far fetched to think that they won't believe that they would be safer and would have more resources to use for their own ends if there
were fewer people to share those resources with?
Do you think they care about the state of the majority of the earth when they already have the means to sustain small pockets of themselves even if
most of the earth became uninhabitable?
I don't think that it is. I think that getting to the point of not needing the masses of population has been the goal of the self believed Elite for
These technologies are not so that the masses can have all of the necessary resources, these technologies are so the Elite no longer NEED the masses.