Humans are never satisfied with their conditions,They don't support any systems which work to make their lives better so some of us said,"its all because of lack of education" and we tried educating them but it is slowly failing also.Some humans are introverts and intelligent,they learn to sacrifice some of their freedoms to make others lives better but one such person is born with a thousand others who just want to destroy and be destroyed.
Human society is acting very much like a plague on the earth right now. We are causing major deforestation, pollution of the seas, and habitat loss all over the planet. We are destroying natural ecosystems and making it hard for plants and animals to survive. It doesn't have to be this way, and maybe in the future we will change. However, for now, humans are definitely acting like a plague.
A plague and an infection. In my opinion, we as humans are infecting the earth with pollution, litter, cursing, murder, stealing, and the list could go on. We infect our young children with these horrible acts, and they learn from it and repeat it. This is a perfect definition of a plague.
What we call human thinking is the plague. It inherently separates, divides and then seeks to protect. If one simply looks at the word humanity itself. We have divided the species up in so many ways that when someone walks through the door of a public place we no longer see human being. We have a thousand names for what just walked through that door and that enables us to separate ourselves from others. In addition, it is our thinking that has told us we are more important, more valuable than all the other species we share the planet with. In particularly, religion thought has been horrifically divisive. How much property has been destroyed and how many people killed in the name of "love thy neighbor". Given all the thousands of years of admonitions like, thou shall not kill and thou shall not steal, it seems apparent that not a thing has been impacted. Indeed, this is what perhaps has amplified our problems. Our thinking it seems has provided so much but it may very well be the thing that takes it all away.
We destroy everything. The Earth. The forest. The creatures. Even the ground we walk on. Our societies have become corrupt, our governments broken. It is too late to fix these problems. Even if we move to another planet, we will destroy it exactly the same as we have this one. We fight for everything. Land. Money. Fame. But is it worth it when the resulting outcome is destruction. The increase in disease is a message from the Earth itself. Its telling us that our time is up. We have built our dynasty high, and it will come crashing down upon us. Locusts are not a plague, we are!
40 000. This is the number of species that has become extinct in the sake of the "intelligent" virus that calls itself "humanity". And the sad thing is that more and more species are going to extinct until something or some cure this disease called "humanity". To 20-30 years animals such as the Panda and the Tiger are going to extinct, but of course the humanity has no any responsibility for this.
Humans are reproducing rapidly and breeding like mice. The human population needs to be controlled and it needs to decrease significantly. Waste is a bad thing, overpopulation is a bad thing, wiping out other species is a bad thing, pollution is a bad thing, deforestation is a bad thing. All of these things are having a very negative impact on the Earth. Religion, culture and ignorance are to blame for overpopulation. Indian people believe it is a sin not to reproduce. That's why there are swarms of them. Islamic people breed like termites, because they believe that the holy profit Muhammad is always watching over them. And then there are just stupid people who reproduce and are too ignorant to realise that it is having a detrimental affect on the world. When it comes to population control, China had the right idea by introducing a one-child policy. It is time for countries to take it a step further by introducing a zero-child policy. The environment is more important than the so called economy. The economy is just a conformity just like the laws made up by society, which in itself is also a conformity. If humanity does not heed the warnings of Mother Nature, then there will be dire consequences in the very near future.
We have great technology and advances as a species, but the way we interact with nature now, resembles a plague. Even in China, where its history is filled with beauty, interesting dynasties, and the evolution of potent medicines from earth, the human population has taken on the form of a plague. I saw a grown human man repeatedly hitting a baby cow. We are the only species that has ever created hell on earth through torturous maneuvers. For the baby cow, death would be better. We are just too disconnected from nature, now. The fact that we torture each other and other species' gives a hint to our plague nature.
No other creature which has ever existed on earth is more self-centered, shallow, deadly, resource hogging, sly, diseased, or judgmental as a human. Shave one side of your hair, go to work, and see what happens. Its literally... Just hair. Yet you'll be judged as if your ethics and morals have changed. Go to the supermarket.. Everything is calm, people are polite, etc. Just wait for an emergency.. People will instantly turn, push you down, grab the last bottle of water, and leave you for dead.
“We are a plague on the Earth. It’s coming home to roost over the next 50 years or so. It’s not just climate change; it’s sheer space, places to grow food for this enormous horde. Either we limit our population growth or the natural world will do it for us, and the natural world is doing it for us right now,” he told the Radio Times.
We're a species here. We are the dominating species just like an ant-type alien on another planet is perhaps dominating their human-like species. Natural survival of the fittest. We, as humans, are not a plague. Our actions, however, by destroying the environment, has nothing to do with us being human, but of us being ignorant of some facts.
While human presence on the Earth has no doubt affected the ecological balance, the existence of humans cannot be described as a plague. From a scientific standpoint, there is little confirmed evidence that human presence and industry has permanently affected the ecological balance. From a religious and social standpoint, violence is common throughout the animal kingdom, and is not a product of human society alone. The true answer to whether or not humans are a literal of figurative plague on the earth is heavily dependent on a particular person's views, however, and as such, the answer to this question may be more complex than a simple "yes" or "no".
No, humans are not a plague on earth. That's not to say that they don't inflict much pain, suffering and horrible acts upon each other, but I believe that the majority of humans are not the type of which inflict those things. "Plague" is a strong word, and to me, indicates something from which one cannot recover. Humans are capable of horrible things, but they are not a plague.
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Seriously, the idea of the Civil War being a racially egalitarian one is just plain silly. And nonsense about the war is spouted by both sides -- neo-Union apologists are dumb because they are clueless and actually throw in the "it was about racism" nonsense. And usually mix racism conversations with slavery conversations (which makes them totally stupid, and then they wonder why Americans are seen as stupid). Neo-Confederate apologists are dumb because they too throw racism into this -- also saying that the Confederacy was about states. It was a seperate country. Lincoln appointed a racist man to a prominent government position (Rowan Hinton Helper) -- what does that freaking tell you?
Human creativity and imagination exist in unlimited quantities and if we unleash them, we can solve most of our problems. Barrack Obama was right when he said "this is the best time in human history to be born for you are more likely than ever before to be literate, to be healthy, and to be free to pursue your dreams". No matter where you are from, "you can hold more information in your hands than the world's greatest libraries. Together, we have learned how to cure disease, and harness the power of the wind and sun".