reply to post by theresult
As mentioned, the Human race has always imagined what the "End of the World" will look like.
It's in our nature to think about such things.
Perhaps it is another way to balance out the world? If we didn't have people making such outlandish claims, maybe the Nazi's would have succeeded in
wiping several populations from the Earth.
Jewish leaders and allied forces during WW2 listened to countless stories about what was happening in the concentration camps, there were many
witnesses who said exactly what was happening, and they told plenty of people. They tried to explain the scale of it, the industrialization of it.
And even while bombs were falling all over Europe and life was nothing like it had been before the war, those same people still refused to accept what
they were being told.
(Note: I am not using this to connect the radical FEMA/Rex84/NWO scenario here, just making a very appropriate comparison to denial and refusal to
accept what is going on right in front of you)
We have to accept that right now we are in an unprecedented time of global power shifting, instability in every nation, financial crisis and a tumult
of backward stepping in the freedoms and liberties of the average citizen.
In the last eight years Bush has moved in great strides to limit the freedoms of the American people. There is documented evidence that Bush has
systematically implemented a level of control never before so easily accepted by the people. I'm not saying that other governments haven't tried or
actually managed to gain such powers too, but this is the first time it has been shown and proven.
There is evidence that Bush threatened Martial Law if certain agreements were not made in a closed session. People within that meeting have openly
stated that they were shocked at what they had been told.
I fully accept that some are fed up with wild speculation and repeat threads about doom and gloom, and I don't accept a lot unless I see a good deal
of evidence to back it up (which is often lacking).
But you know what? If you are that fed up, you don't have to open the thread, you don't have to read the discussion and you don't have to take part
in it, even to say how annoyed you are that people are again discussing it.
I'm fed up with all the gay-bashing threads started by religious nutcases, and now I choose to ignore most of them because they are not worthy of my
But in all honesty, there is a lot going on right now that would suggest there is a lot to be worried about. So I'll keep looking for information and
learning what others think.
You choose to read the threads. No one is forcing you to.