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Should we stop using war as population culling of our young people?

 
 
Reply Sun 20 Mar, 2022 11:19 am
Should we stop using war as population culling of our young people?

For most of our Godless history, governments and religions have used war to reduce the population of their unruly men and women. This is understandable for those times, as tribes, governments and religions would have wanted to reduce the overrepresented male numbers, as compared to much fewer female numbers. Population balance, unfortunately, was required.

Ancient tough love from the Gods.

Modern wars seem to be designed to continue that vile policy.

Should we ask our political and oligarchic masters to stop wasting our young people with ancient ways?

If we are not to change our ways, cull the old. We are living too long, and the joys are fewer, as we watch the young be buried before the old. The opposite of what nature wants to see.

Culling the old is the moral thing to do. Our ways of culling the young are not natural.

https://www.bbc.com/news/magazine-15449959

Regards
DL
 
hightor
 
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Reply Sun 20 Mar, 2022 11:35 am
@Greatest I am,
Quote:
(...) as tribes, governments and religions would have wanted to reduce the overrepresented male numbers, as compared to much fewer female numbers.

This is utter hogwash.

Mike Gallager wrote:
Yet, for all the official programmes and coercion, many poor women kept on having babies.

Not without the contribution of sperm FFS.

Karen Shrag wrote:
We continue to suffer from our success at populating every corner of the world with our species. The world is bearing witness to the systemic failures caused by the pressure that is put on our biosphere by the demand of billions of us, but most of us don’t view those failures as connected to the entirety of the growing modern human enterprise. We are experiencing many urgent problems simultaneously that can all be traced back to the forces of overpopulation. From the sixth mass extinction of species to our plastic-filled oceans, from natural resource scarcity to grinding poverty, overpopulation is rarely tagged for being the guilty party that it is. It can no longer be denied that it is pulling the levers of unsustainability behind a curtain of delusion. Mainstream media has become an expert at ignoring this issue, often called the elephant in the room.

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Thomastrokan33
 
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Reply Sun 20 Mar, 2022 11:36 am
@Greatest I am,
The cliche, for me, is the representation of news media as the solution. But that doesn't necessarily mean that it's wrong.

News media, such as CNN, and the BBC should adopt or try to adopt a culture of addressing philosophical enquiries of a unique nature, such as do atoms want nations to exist.

Now, the proverbial perspective, of this dynamic is how does one clarify what is and what isn't unique?

The bias of confrontation.

And, indeed, that is the solution. To single out the data as the bias of confrontation is the means of proving the uniqueness.


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bobsal u1553115
 
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Reply Sun 20 Mar, 2022 02:40 pm
@Greatest I am,
Gee. It's as simple as that???
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