FK – Saying “the world’s not going to come to an end,” is just as foolish as always claiming ‘the end is near.’
Gee, what could we accomplish if we stopped worrying about things we have no control over, including sadistic asshole gods that were patterned after ancient tyrannical kings, and started working on establishing real human Liberty planetwide?
Maybe we’d stop killing each other over stupid things and learn to work together to save at least some segment of human civilization when the real ‘end’ comes… But sigh, blind faith and fear are both easier than thinking or taking responsibility for the world around us.
The ancient legend/myth of Nibiru or planet X or whatever may or may not be real to some degree but this ancient planet has undergone many cataclysms and ‘modern,’ uh, ‘human'(very loosely defined), uh, ‘civilization’ could very well end because of another one that our ‘leaders’ may or may not expect. This is simple reality.
Which is another reason to stop fighting among ourselves over trifles, establish real human liberty planetwide, and develop technology to deal with whatever may come, if that’s possible.
To do these things we will have to deal with our real enemies, authoritarians of all stripes.
And if we do take ourselves to the brink of nuclear war, will the ‘watchers’ then step in and come down and rule with that ‘iron rod’ spoken of in the ancient tribal propaganda?
If this is all a ‘simulation’ as is so popular to discuss nowadays how would we know whether the first arrival or the second or the third or any are really our ‘friends?’