Any thoughts on 'Agenda 21'?

MarkII (@mwinship13) 8 years, 9 months ago

If you don’t know what that is and you are interested I have some links here. I JUST started reading about this so I apologize if any of this is (I know some of it is of course) old news. (I do not claim to be a democrat and have no claims of being on any particular political side. Just found the article interesting and informative.)

February 21, 2013 at 6:52 am
Conner J. (1,558) (@connerj93) 8 years, 9 months ago ago

@mwinship13, You know I never understood why people are so upset at the way things are going, yet when they see the change traveling from the horizon, they freak out and get even more upset. The FACT of the matter is, is that we human beings (citizens of the world) mostly, have no fucking foggy idea of what it means to be a human, and to co-exist with the world that gave us this life in the first place. Would you like to know the sustainable ratio of humans and nature is? Five-hundred million to one. Right now, there is well over seven billion people living on this planet and it is not working out. The future seems even more hopeless. I often ask myself why have I landed on a planet that is as hopeless as this? It is getting to the point of no return, as in, we will all perish if action is not immediately taken. OUR GOVERNMENTS REALIZES THIS, and they’re taking direct action. Everyone believes that the government is out to get its citizens in the most tyrannical way possible, but in reality, it’s prepare for all of this, for the change, for the future, and in order to do that, they must get rid of a lot of the populous–realize that this will happen eventually, whether it be another epidemic of cataclysmic proportions swallowing two-thirds of the population in death, or self-destruction, it will happen. The change that is coming is so un-believably life shaking that they do not want to lose power when it does happen, so they will protect its own infrastructure at the cost of anyone else, for future civilization.

Please realize the times that you live in are extraordinary! Everything you’ve ever read in the history books as a huge event that is worthy of learning, is happening to you, with you. It’s fucking exciting, whether you go on to see what’s after or are struck down, you live in one of the most incredible times in the history of the whole fucking world.

Mosesonator (52) (@mosesonator) 8 years, 9 months ago ago

@connerj93, you are full of untruths.

Firstly, you said “Would you like to know the sustainable ratio of humans and nature is? Five-hundred million to one.”. Care to elaborate? or provide evidence of any kind?

Earth is a luscious planet with an endless capacity to nurture — i wont for a second be fooled in to thinking that she can only sustain a half billion of us. I’ve read estimates that vary from 7-10 billion max capacity. If you are advocating for a 500 million mark (as, of course, agenda 21 advises), then you really need to provide some sort of information on that. Extraordinary claims require what kind of evidence?

This is the wrong site to fear monger about a hopeless future, because most HEthens know this isn’t true. What’s hopeless is our status quo, especially if it demands a 90% population reduction. You must have a pretty dismal definition of ‘hope’.

I mean really, I can’t believe you’re saying its okay that our leaders want to cull us. hahahaha.

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