Consider the insanity of our situation: We've enough nuclear weapons to destroy our species on this planet thousands of times over. We elect one person to determine when, and if, these armaments should be used. What if that individual: A) secretly hates us? B) is suicidal? C) is insane? D) is any combination of the above? Are we really stupid enough to believe humans can survive forever, moments from nuclear annihilation? Understand something: It's been bottom of the ninth, two outs and two strikes, since we developed enough atomic weaponry to obliterate ourselves over 50 years ago. That said, no team in history has ever avoided strike three. To quote the movie War Games: "The only winning move is not to play." Which begs the obvious question: "Then why have nukes in the first place?" From the WWBHSA911? blog comes further insight into reality.
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The most effective prison is one in which the prisoners don't realize they're incarcerated. If you can feel the cold walls of your confining cell, only then will you consider escaping. When you've no idea there's anything to escape from, you'll never attempt to break free. The institution described would be so efficient, there'd be no need to build barriers around it, or place guards on its perimeter. Doing so would only alert the ignorant inmates of their predicament. It's within this penitentiary humanity on Earth resides. Hugh Mungus does his best to show the masses their shackles — the bars that jail them — in hopes they'll liberate themselves.
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