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All of Nature is a Battlefield

Critical Thinking leads me to believe that humans need anger, all humans need to destroy their competition to survive.

Sat, 27 Oct 2012 12:25:20

I will try again, I want to say, "Survival of the Fittest," is the passive way of saying, "all of mankind lives on a battlefield."

I have for years felt like I was at war with the wimps of the planet. It has taken all the energy I could muster to not slap them silly. I have no desire to fight with them, and have refused to fight. Yet, when another human declares war on me, then I am by default already at war.


First of all, let me say, I believe that God and survival of the fittest to be 100 percent compatible theories. He or she, I mean God, never said all people should go to heaven, it all seems very competitive to me, and that is the survival of the fittest, ain't it? Survival of the fittest is not a reason to jump to the conclusion that God does not exist, so back off on that right now.

Oh well, it is now time to fight back against them politically correct wimps, I mean, at least I feel I can swat them away without guilt. (All of nature is a battlefield) I know they do not feel guilty, but then again, they live at the behest of the few, some folks do not know they are in war. They attack without introspection, as if they are have the right to fight, and of course all animals in danger fight for survival reasons, it is instinctual.

All humans live on a battlefield, and there are 1000's of ways to say, "Do not slap me silly, even though I am a begging for it."

When one person loses, and another wins, that is indeed the survival of the fittest. It is not right or wrong, it is just nature explaining the rules of life.

It is such a relief to understand that war is natural, and that peace is not. I truly do not need to give the wimps a pass.

Thanks, nobody should feel guilty in a war, when everyone is to fault.

To be kind, for no reason, now that is probably saintly, providing you do not tell anyone you was kind.

Andy Graham

Does it not seem strange, that 1000's must die for a few to live?

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