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Civilisation is said to have started in Mesopotamia which is the site of modern-day Iraq. So it's almost as if we maybe coming full circle, as this may also be the place from which the end of the world may come about. Two million years of human history, that's how long we have had to get things right, but it seems to me, that this generation stands on the brink, we have to be very careful about how we proceed. The global threat of war / terrorism etc, I believe, can only be defeated when the powers that be finally understand, that peace is more than just a word, it is a state of mind and that state of mind, can not be reached by most, because the poor don't feel secure. Capitalism / communism / democracy plus all other ideologies need to to take a back seat to compassion, we see so much suffering and people giving money to causes, me included, but at the end of the day, I believe, the human believe in money itself, is in effect the biggest obstacle to achieving peace and true prosperity. This is about a new way of thinking.

END TIMES = 2060 ACCORDING TO NEWTON'S INTERPRETATION OF THE BOOK OF REVELATIONS?

IF WE DON'T DO SOMETHING TO CHANGE THE IDEOLOGY, NOW DRIVING THE TECHNOLOGY BEING INTRODUCED, THEN THE TIMESCALES AND THESE PREDICTIONS, SEEM VERY OMINOUS.

YEAH I KNOW, I'M JUST ANOTHER PESSIMIST PREDICTING THE FATE OF THE HUMAN RACE, LIKE SO MANY OTHERS?

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