Libs Wrong Again: Humans Are Naturally Violent
Are humans innately violent? Anthropologists have often said “no” — in public. But troubling facts kept bubbling up, until in 1966 Napoleon Chagnon published a breakthrough field study of the violent Yanamamo tribes in Venezuela.
Rousseau’s Noble Savage, the primitive man-child who only killed in self-defense, started to crumble fast. In the real world, of course, the daily toll of human-to-human violence never stopped. In warlike tribes the adult male death rate from interpersonal violence now stands around one out of three. Because humans adapt in many different ways, that number is variable.
A new study published in Nature, the world’s original scientific journal, now compares human death by violence with other species and finds it to be remarkably stable, hopefully ending a century of desperate debate among anthropologists, who tried to uphold a taboo against reporting real human violence among primitive peoples. This lie — that native humans are people and loving — is still peddled by liberal professors who simply will not face the fact. (It should also be noted that the 1986 Seville Statement, which condemns theories that human aggression is innate, remains in effect today.) – READ MORE