December 15, 2019

Climate Change Destroyed the Roman Empire?

Who would have thought? Giving us another reason to never believe or trust what is written about history (the victors write history and embellish it. The fascists fabricate it and present it as truth.) we find in a modern version of history, one of the things that destroyed the Roman Empire was “Climate Change” – with no definition provided in the article about what defines Climate Change. (I guess that’s because the “science” is settled?)

The author gives us his definition of what causes the collapse of a “civilization”: “Collapse can be defined as a rapid and enduring loss of population, identity and socio-economic complexity. Public services crumble and disorder ensues as government loses control of its monopoly on violence.”

HUH?

That stuff is pretty general and some of it extremely value-weighted leaving much of it up to one’s perspective…isn’t it? I am a bit puzzled by the statement “disorder ensues as government loses control of its monopoly on violence.” Again, I say, HUH?

I could have sworn that in our modern American society, government basically controls/creates all violence within a society, directly or indirectly.

Avoiding a situation of going around in circles of ignorant discussions about what causes a civilization’s collapse, let’s just move on for the sake of pointing out the errors of modern historical recollections.

This same author evidently has the cures, “We know what needs to be done: emissions can be reduced, inequalities levelled, environmental degradation reversed, innovation unleashed and economies diversified.” All this and let’s not forget we must stop Climate Change. After all, it is what destroyed the Roman Empire and all others.

I hope some of you find all of this a bit odd…or at least lacking? Nowhere in this neo-quasi-historic piece of fiction it is even suggested that any kind of destruction in moral values plays any part in the destruction of a civilization. At the time, I’m sure Caligula would have disagreed that it did. I wonder if he has different thoughts today.

Throughout history it could seriously be argued that immorality was the common denominator leading to the destruction of any civilization. And yet, blindly wallowing in an immoral civilization, the cures are simple – clean up the environment, strive for equality and diversity, both economic and socially, while unleashing innovation. (You mean like AI and robots to do our thinking?)

We are doomed to ruin! How do I know? I think Biblical prophecy might have something to say about that but I doubt few would heed even if I were to share. And, herein lies the rub. Our doom is based on the fact that we can’t see what is killing us and destroying our own existence. We are blind and delusional.

An example of this might be found in a news article about how a robot is being used to further brainwash the followers of Buddha and to draw new followers. Presented as the product of AI (artificial intelligence) programmers fill the robot with all the false doctrines of Buddhism and cause many to “worship after the Beast.”

One must applaud the Buddhists for seeing that it is from the mouths of men that spoil the religions they represent. This phenomenon is present everywhere that anyone goes where a humanoid, more accurately resembling a “Borg” robot programmed to echo the teachings drilled into their heads filling blind followers with crap sandwiches.

In this modern age of techno-zombies, incapable of thinking or even exerting enough effort to find truth themselves, these automatons easily love AI and thus a robot. This civilization has been successfully programmed to accept AI as the holy grail of all things that must be believed and followed. (And they wondered after the Beast.)

You see, there is but one GOD ALMIGHTY, one CREATOR. His Spirit of Truth gives us the only moral compass that we need. I argue this society has lost its moral direction as it is spiraling toward its own destruction. Climate Change, the Environment, economic and social diversity has absolutely nothing to do with whether or not this civilization will collapse.

It’s inevitable.

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