posted on Feb, 27 2013 @ 04:59 PM
The only cause I'm dedicated to is preserving humanities morals.
In recent years, particularly since the industrial revolution, we've been desecrating humanities morals. If karma was real, humanity deserves
whatever it gets in the end now.
We've now put £, $ and € above everything else in the world. And it is now more important than the one thing I think should never EVER have a
value placed upon it, life.
Preserving humanities morals includes a lot of things, animal welfare (includes humans), equality, conservation, and peace.
Animals simply should not be farmed in the way they are now, their lives no longer have any real value; and as a result we treat them as if they have
no right to life, and thus are now commodities. In this way we disassociate from them, and are then perfectly happy to kill millions of animals each
year for a society that doesn't need to eat meat anymore. It's immoral to kill anything unless theres a real need to do so, and there just isn't
anymore; yes they've been bred specifically to provide food for mankind, but you've been bred specifically to obey your government as a slave, does
that mean it's okay?
Equality is simple, no one has the right to live in a certain area more than any one else has the right, unless of course that area isn't big enough
to support both lives and you fought for your territory. Yes our territories were once fought for and we have our ancestors to thank for that, but
technically that does not give you any right to a country over someone else. The view on immigration in the UK is horrific, so much hatred is
directed at those that are simply trying to have the best possible life they can have; which includes moving to a much better off country. Many of
them offer a great service to the UK; and yes there are flaws where certain individuals take advantage of the system, but the same is true of British
nationals; NO ONE has the right to put others at a loss for their own selfish gain, foreign or not.
Conservation - again if the dollar wasn't more powerful than peoples morality, we'd be living in a much healthier world, we'd be off oil, and onto
unlimited renewable energy; and we'd no longer be damaging our planet beyond repair. There's this strange idea that the world does not have enough
resources to go around, this just isn't true; again powered by money we are not permitted to have everything we want, because then we'd no longer be
War - by far the most immoral thing that happens in our world. People actually profiting of other humans dieing is the most disgusting thing I've
ever seen, and is completely unforgivable.
So yes my cause is changing the morality or 'karma' of the human race, because to be honest, I genuinely think that the planet would be much better
off without us, and I'm betting a lot of you would agree with me.
We're fighting a losing battle with ourselves.
There are good people in the world, free thinkers, campaigners, scientists, volunteers, that just want to improve the quality of life for EVERYONE on
the planet. But if life was perfect, no one would make any money, because no one would want anything, so why on earth would anyone ever think that
the people running the show have any of our best interests at heart?
I don't see how we can come back from this personally, one day the world will really have to wake up like a lot of us here at ATS have; and then
somehow we need to find the strength to stand up to those that don't want an equal, safe, and abundant world.
Love you bye,