November 02, 2016

Inferno- Humanity's last hope?

Dante's Inferno

Honestly, I'm the type of person who is easily manipulated by anyone or anything. An enthralling movie could easily affect me for days. I have always cherished my manipulative mind rather than execrating it, though it caused me a great deal of wail than merriment. Ok now, We all know who Dante is, He was an Italian poet of the late middle ages. His Divine Comedy is considered as the most significant literary work and a masterpiece of world literature. His quotes are known to be eerie and opulent. He was the major talking point in the novel Inferno by Dan Brown. Dante inspired this particular character Bertrand Zobrist, who practically plays the antagonist. He's a billionaire and a genetic engineer who tries to save the world in his own ways. He thought the world's overpopulation can be a problem for the future of the human race. Few of his quotes are sensational like this one, [line]
"...consider this. It took the earth's population thousands of years from the early dawn of man all the way to the early 1800s- to reach one billion people. Then astoundingly, it took only about a hundred years to double the population to two billion in the 1920s. After that, it took a mere fifty years for the population to double again to four billion in the 1970s. As you can imagine, we're well on track to reach eight billion very soon. Just today, the human race added another quarter-billion people to planet Earth. A quarter-million! .And this happens every day- rain or shine. Currently, every year, we're adding the equivalent of the entire country of Germany. [line]
Black Death Plague
 It questioned the entire humanity's existence, One could easily relate this. Overpopulation is our major problem. Probably the worst of problems. Why 'overpopulation' piqued my interest is, All the secret organizations like Illuminati, The New World Order, The consortium, Opus Dei, Freemasons, etc. keep mentioning this one thing over and over again, 'A new world free from poverty, disease, terrorism, government propaganda and its secrecy, etc..' Its almost impossible to attain this, unless and until there is a mass genocide of Human race. Transhumanism have always been in existence, nevertheless of its notorious allegations. If we connect the dots, from Dante's Inferno to Dan Brown's novel and New world order thesis, there must be a significant disaster, and Humanity will rise above from the ashes. We are destroying our planet. Regardless of the steps we take, we should ask ourselves, Is this enough? Aren't we supposed to panic and act fast?. Denial is a critical part of human coping mechanisms. Without it, we'd all wave up terrified every morning thinking about all the ways we could die. Instead, our minds block out our existential fears by focusing on stresses we can handle- like getting to work on time or paying our taxes. How long we're going to deny that our planet needs saving? How long until the inevitable has to happen. Our earth is beyond saving? Or is there still time? We shall know soon.
 "There's a switch if you throw it half the people on earth will die, but if you don't in a hundred years, then the human race will be extinct. I let you a path, the hardest one yet, only you can finish it. You are humanity's final hope."
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