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There comes a time when everyone has something to say The next step would be to find someone to listen If that doesnt work I suppose you just have to make them listen The Unabombers Manifesto was probably one of the most interesting and thought provoking points of view that I have read in a while Its just too bad that every time he made a point that I could relate with he would contradict himself before I was finished with the paragraph In my opinion the entire manifesto and every viewpoint expressed therein was a strange mix of confusion fact and storytelling Although written with an abundance of detail and many strong convictions I finished reading the selection without being able to see the purpose behind it all and what he stood to gain Im sure that wasnt exactly his intentions when he wrote it I feel there is one thing the author deserves credit for right from the start his uncanny ability to set a pessimistic mood From the minute you glance at the introduction he assuming the author is male begins to paint a picture of destruction and demise of the world in which we live What could cause such a catastrophe According to the author it would have to be industry and technology of all things He was convinced that due to the industrial-technological system in which we live ultimately humans are going to be subjected to world wide suffering and inevitably a total shut down of humanity Now at this moment I felt a little disbelief I had heard he was actually an intelligent person but I was starting to wonder His whole theory was based on the fact that at one point or another the human race will be taken to the point of complete break down He feels that if its bound to happen we
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