A personal statement.  

rm_phoundrx7 39M
498 posts
11/15/2005 11:25 am

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A personal statement.

My work has always been more important than my personal life. Not so much now as it used to be, but, if given the proper situation, it could become as such again.

My attitude is that as soon as my work (or responsibilities) is done, then I can relax. And I will continue working until I drain myself to complete exhaustion, and then continue again once I wake up.

But with my goals, it could be very dangerous for me. I am the type of person that if he sees something messed up, he has to fix it. Whether it be a physical, mental, or outside, it has to be corrected.

I know the solutions the moment the problem occurs (for the most part).

Here's the problem though - anyone who steps up to help humanity as a whole, ends up getting killed. History teaches us that the powers that be don't want change, even if it make life better for everyone else, because it takes away from their power, and any change to them is a very bad thing. So, when someone comes along with a plan that makes sense, their new name becomes Target.

And I am well aware of the risk. It is something I have known since I was young. I have wanted this burden since I first dreamt of my future. It is my destiny.

But not everyone shares my enthusiasm, as you can imagine. Which is why I don't say much about it.

My first girlfriend sure didn't understand. When she asked me to explain why I would put myself in a position like that, I told her that if I didn't do it, who would? Things need to change big time, and I don't see anyone else sticking their neck out to make a difference. That if I was content to just let go, and live my life as if existence was all that mattered, that I would only know regret for what could have been done, rather than making that change, that difference, and possibly bring humanity to where it truly needs to be.

And if the end result of that is my assasination, so be it. I do not fear death, I just don't want to meet it quite yet. But if I die, I want that death to be of importance. Not a useless waste of existence like so many before me, but a shining example of how humanity can be, of how humanity should be, and how humanity will be in time.

We can be so much more than we are now. We need to realize that, and strive for something greater than ourselves.

We are humanity, we are unique, and we are here to make life as good as it possibly can be.

LadySucksss 70F

11/15/2005 12:59 pm

I understand where your coming from ........ but what is it YOU can do? Are you wanting to become a politician? You know it does not matter what position of authority you may reach in government.....it's all controlled by "behind the scenes" rich elite folks in the world. The CFR, the Bilderburgers, NATO, United Nations Folks, the Monarchy and the list goes on......(this is why it DOES NO GOOD to complain about Bush and the job he is doing....he is doing what he is told, for the NWO agenda. Folks need to wake up and smell the coffee here!) as far as getting "KNOCKED OFF AND KILLED"... I look at it this way..... we are all gonna die sometime in our life, and if this is YOUR DESTINY, then so be it.....it's not like we are all gonna live FOREVER, if we do not put ourselves in a position to get knocked off ...........but I'm just wondering what it is you want to do?

redmustang91 57M  
8664 posts
11/15/2005 12:09 pm

Usually assassins seem to make matters worse as the assasination that led to World War I and the killing of Martin Luther King, Jr. that sparked many riots. I think living a good life is better. See Mahatma Gandhi, Mother Teresa, or Jesus Christ as examples.

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