a human has written this, you? are human? no doubt, so i am likely to follow your train of thought no matter how aggrevating or hardheaded you may
prove to be
one hopes for the chance of an alien ATS member
every single one of us has at one point in life, has felt this long-lost love for an exciting event to occur, gun-slinging america has indefinitely
longed for something to vent some fury at.
*sighs* allow me to point out:
this lacking life you live has officially banned you of all possible "fun" one could possibly enjoy on this lonely little planet, rights have been
continously taken away, a sheeple doomed to be enslaved or slaughtered at a later stage.
political/economical fail-safes are currently operational, surprised? the democratic system was uprooted, you now have a republican bushman, likely
to lash out at the wrong people at any given time, losing allies' will seriously undermine the possibility of the U.S'es winning any war they wage
next.(there is a possibility that britain might end up backing out of invading the whole of the middleeast for that very reason.
an image is envisioned, the U.S panting it's last breath into a causeless war, profit being the only motivation the gvrnmnt now has, and i promise
you...this motivation is not likely to last once the oil runs out, are they likely to take it quietly on the chin?? hell no, the oil will end a decade
or two prematurely, courtesy U.S.A.
another point of view:
this life has postponed war, and the way i see it...it is likely to occur soon, the signs have begun and we are likely to bomb each other back into a
zombie-national stone aged era, mutation might be a not-so-important factor(i am likely to be wrong on this one).
the interesting factor will be how quick we come back to civilization this time round..
aided with the very technology we created, we are likely to loop the loop and eventually set ourselves on fire.
how do we all feel special about a looming war?
ever since birth i've felt an urge to fight for myself etc... been a little too independent, i have recently been shocked to find that in fact, this
attitude has been instated into a few generations' before me, my generation shares the same view on the matter, agressive behaviour has been tweaked
subconciously...the question is how and why? what has led to an ever-so-agressive nature in us all? compare NOW with 1910-1950
one realizes that this cannot go on for much longer...something has to give, the system has been running double it's normal pace, your budget(U.S.A)
has been tampered with...your taxes were poured out uninsured, into a wasteland.
so after highlighting some indicators,
i ask you this,
humanity in it's essence is not perfect, how can we possibly revert from this?
any suggestions? the bushman is getting re-elected? or is he going to prematurely wage another war so as to postpone/prolong his status as the
we cannot concentrate on the political sector.. it's a nice treat to vent all fury at the republican system, why do so?
it proves an all too shallow argument,
when in fact, the food chain is likely to collapse sooner than later, fuel will be missed... this is a pain to endure, fuel is ultimately sacrificed
needlessly taking over the middleast per example.
an active depopulation must occur soon, military action may be used in the process, this depopulation might be labelled as collateral damage, and
therefore the only thing that comes to mind is a nuclear warfare taking place..
this argument is open to any contradiction,/rant_end.
[Edited on 5-12-2003 by Cyrus]