Choices Mankind or Virus Plan "A"
edited: Friday, July 28, 2006
By M.Bennett Hooper (Mikii)
Rated "R" by the Author.
Posted: Friday, July 28, 2006
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The robbed sister who wrote ,”The Matrix” which she says was stolen by the Wachowski brothers stated in the screenplay that humans are not mammals because of the way in which they ravage the earth, multiply and move from place to place killing one another. There are only two such species with this characteristic therefore our true species are one and the same. They are called viruses.
My take on this is that the modus operandi for viruses is to multiply, seek and destroy. I don’t believe that both of us can survive on this planet indefinitely. With this in mind I offer two plans for our , i.e. humans prolonged survival. Plan A is to mobilize with like minded individuals to prolong your strain by uniting our brain power to the point of allowing ourselves to redefine the destiny of our progeny. The focus of the redefinition begins with preparing them to survive by using the best survival skills that you can teach them. When they are poisoned and they will be they must be able to summon the strength to mutate and that strength lies in their ability to repudiate alleged religious doctrines whose sole purpose is preparation for continued enslavement rather than liberation which would allow them to grow.
The stronger species must repudiate educational systems which prepare its’ student to dummy down rather than develop critical thinkers and activists for meaningful change which comes through work and not endless talk. This stronger species will control their multiplication by selection of the fittest borrowing from Darwin’s theory of “Survival of the Fittest”, with emphasis on selective mating when procreation is the objective. They will cease giving birth to progeny for whom they do not care to prepare for survival. You cannot split hairs about who is to kill them, you by just feeding them for slaughter or others who kill them for sport and profit called wars by some and protecting democracy by others.
The stronger species will assume the responsibility for producing their own food as they foresee the end of the industrial age and the re-invention of the wheel which won’t be re-invented but recurring. The recurring wheel will enable them to regain their rightful place in the new economic hierarchy as food production replaces oil as the new stimulus for growth as famine engulfs the planet because of dependence on machines whose need for fuel propels the blind as they kill each other for resources which in nature no one man or group of men may own. The continued killing of the planet will result in coming world wide famines which will make the Sub African Sahara desert look like a resort community.
Vision alone is not enough as too many are blinded by the here and now and don’t seem to realize or want to see that the endgame started when no one was looking. We who are sighted cannot afford to sleep on our watch even though because of age we are not far from our age of transition. The elders are speaking are we being heard of just whistling in the soon to stop wind. Viruses we have become it is not too late to mutate back to humankind.
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|Reviewed by Leland Waldrip
|I agree with Elizabeth, Mikii. Good article. With well over six billion inhabitants in the world, we are reaching critical mass in many areas and the earth can no longer heal itself as a result of human activity. The window for making good choices is quickly closing.
|Reviewed by Elizabeth Taylor (Reader)
|I sometimes wonder if it isn't too late to mutate to something good. One has to know the difference, and I don't see that "knowing" these days, and that comment after 40 years of counseling others.
Then again, I think of Plato and his concern about the youth of his day. Nothing changes, we just get older and we are tired of hearing the "same old, same old." I guess if we just shovel out our own corner and make it the best it can be...and if all would do this...it would be a good world.
Survival? I don't think there are many that could survive without a great deal of help and handouts hand over fist. Katrina was a test site, and so was WTC.
Personally, I wish they'd just shut down the news.
Good article, Mikii.
I like your thinking world.