posted on Oct, 26 2007 @ 06:38 PM
Even though I feel this thread was completely HIJACKED, I'd like to continue my previous thoughts here on this thread.
As far as Alex Jones goes, you can never tell if you're doing yourself a disservice by listening to him. Fear sells, and he just happens to be the
biggest dealer in the community. He brings up a lot of good points that are relevant now, but we'd have to wait and see or do some serious
investigating to determine the integrity of the rest of the film.
I agree that a one world government is the next evolution in social structure. Taking into consideration what they're trying to accomplish, it
doesn't seem off the wall at the supposed means by which they're implementing to do so. There's more humane ways of going about things, and I
absolutely doubt that if anyone were to proceed with a vast eugenics program that they would care about the welfare of the people who were first on
the chopping block. I also doubt they would risk a total loss of life, for the sheer fact that there's an immense population of people with
outstanding genetics that would only help benefit their cause. If world depopulation is a priority to these men and women, you can be assured that
preserving their existing ideal counterparts is also a prerogative.
I also agree with population control. Though, I do not agree with the means that we are threatened with in this video, it's blatantly obvious as a
species that we need to slow our reproduction drastically or regulate the demographic allowing those who should be able to have children. We're doing
irreversible harm to our host planet, in turn making the next generations livelihood increasingly difficult. In regards to the future of our species,
population control may be very necessary and absolutely necessary for the quality of life for said generations. We're allowing for people with
terrible genetics and negative predispositions to breed unregulated. This doesn't only drag the population down a genetic toilet through
reproduction, but also makes living progressively challenging for those of us who aren't affected directly by their actions, I.E. welfare, tax
programs, crime, etc. Population control/regulation would only be fair for the common good.
The reach of Alex Jones amazes me, as well. The link between the ulterior motives of the elite's and their own immortality was pretty interesting,
and loose at best. I don't think they want to live forever. I don't think anybody wants to live forever. I also don't think their goal is to be
evil or maniacal. Someone within the group has some preconceive notion that this is the "future" of humanity. Although distorted, I think it's
definitely a futuristic take on tomorrow that I highly doubt 80% of the allegations will come to term, but it definitely shows a jaded perspective on
the progress of mankind.
As much as this video made me disgusted by the delusions of grandeur that some men have in their head, it was like my very own intervention in a way.
This movie wants you to get pissed, angry, revolutionary.. But the first step should be to look at yourself. Your common misjudgements, your
lifestyle, your diet, your personal everyday actions that contribute to these people thinking you're less than you are. I think if we had a
reawakening of thought and personal being, they wouldn't look down on us as animals or unworthy. They were lucky enough to be born in a caste where
you have it set and after birth, all you need to do is stay on your assumed course. Not like the rest of us who are fighting for every scrap they
accidently knock off the table. This movie should be a wake up call to our own actions, and only then should we take actions to combat theirs..
Still a little pissed... ha.
[edit on 26-10-2007 by DeadFlagBlues]