posted on Oct, 30 2014 @ 09:15 AM
I'm pretty sure there will be a zombie apocalypse. But I don't think they're gonna be "zombies"...
There's been so much in the ways of pushing the zombie/shtf scenario through Hollywood and so many popular tv dramas etc. that I can't imagine the
programming is so forcibly pushed for no reason.
But if you look at the world around you these days, it's not going to be long before there's a large war/economic collapse/pandemic (weaponised or
natural, i say weaponised, but I'm sure it's happening either way) or all of the above. With the depopulation peeps in control and the "never let a
good crisis go to waste" attitude, would it not be advantageous for all those in charge to programme us on how to react to seeing desperate, ill,
starving people. To programme those of us who survive the initial blast to treat these desperate people as "zombies", who can be killed
None of my generation have seen what desperation really looks like. Mix in some boils and red irises and suddenly we have gangs of idiots going round
Humans are pretty stupid on the whole and unfortunately we get stupider the more of us band together.
When it all does fall apart, my goal is to help as many people as possible, instead of being pushed into the "lone wolf survivalist dog-eat-dog"
type they want us to be.
It's the only way we can save humanity in all honesty. The elite want humans to survive so they still have there slaves, but they want to destroy
humanity, what it means to be human. They don't want us loving and caring for eachother, they want us suspicious of eachother, they want to tear us
Don't let it happen, show love to all, unconditionally. It doesn't matter to me in the long run if I get sick after helping a sick person. I will
have passed on the cure - love - and maybe humanity will survive, not just humans.