a reply to: TrueBrit
Nazism is just a consequence of the extreme.
Hatred can't be abolished as much as Love can be abolished. It's a feeling it's an emotion.
It's above all else necessary I'm afraid.
There's a reason Hatred exists, it evolved as a survival instinct. Until energy, Food and habitable space have become infinite in nature, then it's a
If this didn't exist, we would be so technologically behind today that we would most likely have never become a civilized world.
It's the hate and the bettering ourselves over others and striving to stay there that has brought us this far.
Technologies have advanced exponentially thanks to the battlefield and wars.
Space exploration may not have been possible and no one would have walked on the moon.
So before you say part of what makes humanity special should be eradicated, you should think about what its purpose has done for us.
Yes great evil have arisen from this trait of humanity, but it has single handedly dragged us from ape men to space men.
And you know, if we decided to take a pill and abandon hatred, we would destroy all weapons and not further their development.
Let's say we work together get to space and find hundreds of hostile civilizations. Well then it won't be long till our extinction.
There are a lot of evil people out there that we could do without, but It's just an unfortunate ability of a trait that humanity needs for it's
What I'm saying is, evil in this world can't be eradicated without tearing out a part which makes us human.
edit on 23-3-2015 by DAZ21 because:
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