Planet Earth: Condemned to death by human lust for greed.

Beautiful females representing the 5 tribes. (**)

yellow skin Asian female
yellow skin Asian female
Black skin African female
Black skin African female
brown skin Latino female
brown skin Latino female
red skin American Indian female
red skin American Indian female
White skin woman
White skin woman

Planet Earth:

Filled with Constantly Evolving Hostile & Barbaric Humanoid inhabitants; uncivilized, and destined for self destruction.

Inhabitants that suffer from misguided values who embrace an economy based on gold and greed; power and control.


The inhabitants of Earth are comprised of 5 different original tribes (**), that are historically traceable.

Each of these tribes originated in isolated sections of the planet. Their origins are unknown despite man's attempts to quantify any tribe as superior to the others.

For the first time in recorded history the birth rate of whites are below those of the other tribes, and waning rapidly.

There is a gradual, but distinctly noticeable, ''blending of colors'' taking place around the globe.

This 'diffusion' and 'blending' would indicate a diminishing importance of the distinctions between the tribal colors.


As the "blending' evolves, so does the discernible, or palpable, need for superiority by any of the tribes.


There is another phenomenon taking place along with the "blending of colors''.

It is the recognition that all is not simply 'black and white" in characterizations, or ''categorizations of gender''(*). (Please note the link below that explains this natural gender assignment phenomenon that is every person's birthright)

The "awakening" of humanity is multi-fold, inevitable, and unstoppable.
Human resistance is futile. Evolutionary processes will occur in spite of man's ignorance and persistent denial of its existence.

Earth is rapidly becoming a 'global society', without a doubt, but it is still possible to maintain individual societal distinctions as well. Every country has its own heritage of pride and must be allowed to maintain those distinctions, if they so desire. But they must not be required by government decrees.


It may eventually be superfluous to try and maintain separate ethnicity cultures with the inevitable ''blending of colors'' in its finality.

But, the decisions to "blend" or "maintain" heritages must be the sole discretion of the individual - and that decision must be respected and honored by others, without equivocation, or judgment.

Another important evolutionary process unfolding around the globe today is one of governance.

Tyranny must end for humanity to evolve and thrive while assuring all humans their god given birthrights of equality in choices. Regardless of whether those choices be related to religious beliefs, the pursuit of happiness, or protection against discrimination for any reason.

These 3 essential choices must be respected and totally removed from public debate, scrutiny, or judgments by others; and never be allowed to be challenged for any reason.

Perhaps one of the most important of all evolutionary processes in motion today is the final ending of disparity among the "classes" in any aspect of society. (****)

Financial disparity

Especially in reference (or deference) to financial disparity.(***)

While "free trade" is essential to maintaining equal disbursement of goods and commodities, the "greed factor" must be eliminated.
Easily said, and possible - but resistance will be brutal by those who aspire to rule over others based on their refusal to relinquish their "self-serving" concepts in lieu of a more "community" endowment attitude. (And, no, this in no way equates to communism).

by: d.william 07/21/2013

Inevitable Evolutionary Changes

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Insane Mundane 3 years ago from Earth

This is definitely easier said than done. While we are slowly becoming a global society, maybe the grand merger doesn't end in a giant explosion.


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d.william 3 years ago from Somewhere in the south Author

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Let's hope not. I would rather see the grand merger happen than a total ending. But it is doubtful that there will ever be a complete merger that will create one race. We just need to appreciate the diversity as part of the grand scheme of things.

Thanks for stopping by and leaving your comments.


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Nell Rose 3 years ago from England

As you said evolution will do this whether people or tribes like it or not. In England there are so many different cultures and we all do interact and marry between them, and yes it works mostly, there will always be certain cultures that won't mix, but I think it will be their loss, nell


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MartieCoetser 3 years ago from South Africa

I believe that everything evolves naturally. Though those in the process of evolving suffer the pain involved. Interesting hub!


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d.william 3 years ago from Somewhere in the south Author

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thanks for the comments. Those that ''won't'' mix are not the representatives of the entire culture, just those in that particular culture who believe they are superior to others. I don't know any one particular culture that has not had members marry outside of it, though that culture may frown on those who do.

The same as when there was such a violent reaction to mixed marriages between blacks and whites, and the violent opposition to same sex marriages going on today.

Incidently, two more states have just passed laws legalizing same sex marriages, bringing the total to 13 plus Washington DC. The haters will be overruled in time, but in the meanwhile they continue to inflict their harm on others. And even today, there are those who still think it is wrong to intermarry between black/white races. They will just have to get over it. Those haters will be the losers in the end, for sure.


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d.william 3 years ago from Somewhere in the south Author

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thanks for commenting. You are right about the pain involved for anyone who dares to stand up for their rights, or to defend the rights of others.

If only humanity would learn to accept everyone equally, or simply keep their hateful opinions to themselves.

I saw this poster somewhere that said it all: [paraphrasing] Allowing equal rights to others does not affect yours - so mind your own business and get over it.


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Nellieanna 3 years ago from TEXAS

Quite interesting and well-thought-out. It's both idealistic and inevitable, though those sound mutually exclusive. What is idealistic it the thought of being able to outlaw and/or regulate greed, bigotry, etc. and establish freedom of thought in religion, tradition, etc. - without applying strict and confining laws which counteract those ideas in the process. But reality itself may actually end up regulating them in ways that humans will have to comply and will willingly do so.


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d.william 3 years ago from Somewhere in the south Author

Nellieanna:

Thanks for reading and commenting. I wrote this after reading such hateful rhetoric on a question someone asked about diversity. Those opposing were bitterly negative about diversity, and thought that every culture should be separated and never be allowed to co-mingle. But even worse, they suggested that all religions should be banished except Christianity.

It is hard for me to understand this kind of mentality in this day and age.


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Nellieanna 3 years ago from TEXAS

I’ve difficulty understanding how folks can figure themselves the center of the universe and the final authority on everything, too. On the other hand, it's perfectly self-evident. It is a closed perspective which, of course, must dismiss everything and everyone else as being w-r-o-n-g, since each other individual and all that they do and produce differs and each is subjective, so, of course, is unique. Therefore, if being absolutely right is someone’s foregone conclusion, by its nature it is so closed and exclusive that there is little possibility of its accepting anything else, since anything else is ‘other’ and therefore, in and from that view, patently wrong. What else could it think and be what it IS?

How likely that such a view is apt to retreat and admit that it’s not the center, not the final authority and that it can’t be universally right? Imagine the embarrassment, if nothing else!

From my own view, life is too interesting and valuable to waste much of mine on futility; so when it’s shown to be, might as well move on to more fertile ground in which to flourish and grow. After all, since that kind of mentality of which we’re speaking, in each instance it arises, in all its aspects, is still just one subjective view, in each instance, it’s in the vast minority. Such a view can never really find real companionship, complete alignment or agreement with anyone, since deviations between any two or more people are inevitable and for the self-appointed final authority, naturally intolerable to it. Why give it one's own power?

Its major power comes in arousing negativity in others, so that they join in that mentality. Negative views gain momentum by converting positive views to any form of negativity, including whatever may be required to oppose the original negativity.

If one chooses not to fall into that trap, it’s sufficient to recognize that they are what they are, while continuing to be positive. If oneself IS tolerant and open to variations and wishes to remain so, non-tolerance in someone else is just one more ‘other’ variation to be abided.

Being intolerant even to the intolerant simply wins a point for the intolerant. Why do that? Not much mileage in arguing with a fixed view, and no need either to join in its spirit of intolerance or to place oneself in its target range, where there is little prospect of anything but what it has to offer: self-righteous, unilateral isolationism. Such a sad, bitter, inevitably negative view needs one’s pity, not much investment of one’s own life, which can be too brimming with better choices to linger there in infertile ground. So being genuinely tolerant enough even to the intolerant wins a point for tolerance.

These are perhaps subtle but much bigger values at stake, especially when issues have major effects & consequences mainly in the human mind and heart, which is always one’s own prerogative. Sacrificing that simply gives away its power, although holding on to may seem rather passive; but it is a kind of incredible strength in the real sense.

Of course it is my own viewpoint, spoken from experience.


tlmntim9 3 years ago

You write well, unfortunately its all suedo Intellectual dribble of the worst sort, a cluttered array of Marxist, humanist, atheist rhetoric, meaningless and dangerous. Moe, Hoe, Lennon, Pot and Obama certainly agree.


tlmntim9 3 years ago

I do like the way you take it upon yourself to write the history of mankind and its,"5 tribes" as you put it, seems you forgot about a few hundred subsets of humanity. Where do you place the Pygmies and why do only the North American natives get the honer and distinction of being named and singled out as a distinct tribe. Simple minded, childishly derisive and downright silly. What about Mesopotamia, Pangaea? One can only suppose that actual history does not fit well within the framework of your delusions. As far as the choices humans make, how beautifully simple, since they choose, then God must have created them thus. Therefore some are born murderers, others simply violent, some thieves, others only covetous, each born some where along the line from saint to demon. And since both exist, and somewhere in the middle is the common man, then logically so do the extremes at both ends, and thus all are born this way, by the deliberate work of Go, and choice, well choice plays no part. Bosh ! Pure mental diarrhea!


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d.william 3 years ago from Somewhere in the south Author

Nellieanna:

The first sentence of your comments are what many other people say about me for writing things about the ills of society. I am accused of being bigoted, and judgmental for pointing out what i perceive as problems that exacerbate the ever growing social unrest in this country and in our global society as well.

Although you are correct that one person's opinions matter little in the grand scheme of things, to remain silent is agreeing with those intolerant people by complacency or simple acquiescence.

How else can society heal itself and move toward greater humanitarianism other than discussing the actions and attitudes of any particular group of people who adversely effect many others who they rail against because of their ill conceived beliefs.

If the people who are discriminated against do not speak out for themselves, these discriminatory behaviors will never be stopped.

There is never an excuse for any group of people to deliberately inflict harm on others based on their individual beliefs.

When we speak out against such behavior, those of us who do that speaking out, are treated as if we are the enemies of society for daring to even suggest that those harmful behaviors are not being done with the best of intentions. That kind of reasoning in itself is flawed. It is an oxymoron.

We cannot simply allow some people to inflict damages on others by remaining silent just because it does not affect us directly. And ignoring those discriminatory behaviors will never be a solution to the social problems we face so severely today.

The greatest challenge is trying to show how the effects of religion on our society is actually causing the social unrest. The fear that people carry with them, of a wrathful God, does not justify the damages done by their religions on society itself.

I tried to show how religion contributes to social disorders with my hub:

http://hubpages.com/religion-philosophy/A-Candid-V...

It is a realistic view concluded after my many years of experience treating the mentally ill.

Those who read it only took away the feelings of being personally attacked for their beliefs, in lieu of minimally considering that there is even a modicum of truth in that correlation.

All one can do is plant a seed, and hope it somehow takes root in the minds of those who are brave enough to explore the possibilities.


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d.william 3 years ago from Somewhere in the south Author

tim: thanks for reading and your words of approval. L.O.L. Those who read my 'drivel' take what they need to out of it. And those with closed minds take nothing.


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d.william 3 years ago from Somewhere in the south Author

tim: your second comment probably does not even deserve a reply, but i cannot resist the challenge. As i stated before we take what we need out of anything we read and discard the rest. But to finish the next sentence....."And those with closed minds take nothing and certainly leave nothing of any significance behind."

This article was not written on history it was written on an observation of today's world and how we got to this point in our history. And even more so, why we continue to do the same old things we did in the past even though they are counter to peace and harmony in our society.

The gist of this article was not contingent on the size of the people, and i would suppose the Pygmies were of the yellow skinned tribes, if one had the need to classify them at all.

Nor was this meant to be a discussion of religious beliefs. And your references to the unsavory types in society is less than irrelevant along with the rest of your incoherent ramblings.


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Nellieanna 3 years ago from TEXAS

I am in agreement with so much that you say, Dave. And there is more, in my opinion.

"How else can society heal itself and move toward greater humanitarianism . . . ." ? Demonstrating the better attitudes and ways of treating people is not only a very effective way, but an essential part which needs always to be clearly apparent.

Speaking about and discussing it is good when it's effective. However, stirring more opposition & animosity is not too effective. Demonstrating the better attitude mitigates animosity. Just a thought.

I must agree, though, that major improvements in ground-in unfairness & discrimination have required strong opposition. My mother was a bit of a Suffragette in the years before women had voting rights. We've seen other causes strongly presented and fought for. So it's certainly one of the steps.

Still, demonstrating what is better is essential, and is the vital step that often gets lost in the shuffle of passionate opposition of the established wrong, so that one wrong can simply get replaced with another wrong, in the heat of the opposition. The real goal of it all needs to be kept clear and guiding.


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d.william 3 years ago from Somewhere in the south Author

Of course showing by example is essential to change, but cannot be totally effective by itself in all cases. Showing kindness, sympathy, empathy, etc...can be taught by example.

But my greatest irk, to which i take the strongest umbrage, is the teachings of babies long before they reach their age of reasoning, the frightfulness of religious idiocy.

These falsities are so ingrained on the minds of unsuspecting children they rarely ever overcome them and as a result they teach their children those same hateful and frightening ideas and beliefs - who then in turn teach the next generations, ad infinitum. And the results end up exactly what we see going on in our society today. Repeating this foolishness generation to generation still does not make it the truth and it should not be taught as such. Especially at the expense of the mindless who dismiss evolution as somehow, some way, something they view as being against their beliefs. That ignorance is mind boggling.

Unless these barbaric practices are voiced out loud, they can never be overcome, and as long as they are present in our society they will continue to cause social unrest.

There is nothing wrong with teaching children that we are all spiritual beings, and (most likely) the intricacies of our physical bodies are the result of something greater than ourselves. But spontaneity of creation by one supreme God, being believed over the evolutionary process of a superior entity (or entities) is not even logical or realistic. And all that other nonsense (rites, rituals and fairytale stories) is superfluous and useless for anything other than control over the lives of people.

Yes, i am adamantly opposed to organized religions as they exist today. They are truly a bane to our society, our personal growth, and more.

And until they move into the real world, as i said, this social unrest will continue unchecked. Their goal is to brainwash every person to their way of believing, but that will never happen, as there are too many of us who will not accept that as truth.

We are not even giving our children the opportunity to make up their own minds about their personal beliefs. And getting away from all that ingrained teaching of fear, guilt, hatred, and judgmentalism, takes years of deprogramming with the help of others.

As much as i am hated on this site, i will continue to voice the perils of organized religion in the hopes that i can plant a seed that will grow to fruition in our current world of turmoil, hatred and mistrust.


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Nellieanna 3 years ago from TEXAS

If you're hated, it is horrid. I admire your fervor and strong belief in what you do. You must do what your conscience dictates, which, surely includes leaving others to theirs, because you're fervent about freedom of thought and choice, and, - I perceive, - intelligent and logical.

My emphasis is in the positive by its nature overcoming the negative in its nature, as you may have surmised. Like 'O-negative' blood, negative is the absence of something real. The positive factor is the dominant factor. I realize that when it comes to humans' minds, it seems otherwise, because of the long history of clinging to negatives in hopes of overcoming fear and all the other influences which have warped the best humans can be and are meant to be, hopefully.

But it's a personal thing with me. And I, too, say what I think about it. So we shall see.

If religions were practiced as they were meant to be practiced, they would be positive influences. When they're not true to their own tenets, but are practiced as negatives, they're truly negative. I just don't quite think that one overcomes negatives with more negatives. But, again, we shall see.


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d.william 3 years ago from Somewhere in the south Author

Nellieanna: thanks for your great comments. You are truly a kind soul and i wish others would be more like you in nature.

Sometimes it is not enough to just leave others to their own misguided beliefs without speaking out. I really do not care what others think, or believe, but when those beliefs are hurting other people, they must be interrupted.

Somehow society thinks it is OK to allow anything if it is in the name of a religious belief, and criticize those who speak out against the harm being done by such beliefs.

Negative is not simply the absence of something real, it is something unto itself that is detrimental to the well being of others when exercised to spread hatred, intolerance, and bigotry.

Speaking out against negativity is not a negative behavior, it is a reminder of how much negativity damages others around them who practice it, as well as harming themselves.

Society itself has become to complacent about the negative attitudes, that they see it, and simply accept it, as just a part of life. Well it is not an acceptable part of life and should be addressed as such.


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limpet 2 years ago from London England

When i was stationed in the 'Far East' during National Service days there were many locally employed civilians coming into the garrison each day to perform domestic roles. Our unit had an interpreter of mixed Asian/European parentage and She was fluent in a few languages. I couldn't help thinking how She was the most beautiful i'd ever seen but i've course we were banned from fraternising as She had officer status.


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d.william 2 years ago from Somewhere in the south Author

limpet:

thanks for commenting, and you make a great point. There is still too much bias against "mixed" children being born, and they still suffer at the hands of the bigots far more than they should - strictly out of ignorance.


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limpet 2 years ago from London England

In my pre pubescent days one famous celebrity at the tyme was the Creole singer Eartha Kitt and when She visited our towne it was front page news. I knew little of Her but may have forgotten except for the name 'Eartha' which was unusual for 1950's. I still don't know much about Eartha's life and career but She had a singing voice that purrrrrrd maybe that is why She was one of the 'Cat woman' portrayers. Sadly Eartha passed away from cancer and i place Her as one of the greats.


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d.william 2 years ago from Somewhere in the south Author

limpit:

thanks for your comments. I agree with you about Eartha Kitt. She certainly was one of the greats.

Actually, i did not like her singing when i was growing up, but as an adult i re-discovered her and fell in love with her along with the other millions of people of the world.

Her passing was tragic, but she left a great legacy of her music for the world to enjoy for generations to come.


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limpet 11 months ago from London England

I see a new type of humanoid emerging in these times. Hedonist have always been here but the current numbers of them are mind boggling.


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d.william 11 months ago from Somewhere in the south Author

limpet:

Thanks for the comments. I am not sure that being a Hedonist is such a bad thing. At least they are more of a peaceful lot than conventional religious zealots. ISIS should take a lesson from them LOL


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limpet 11 months ago from London England

Yes! I'll go along with that premise with the exception of the nomadic gonks on bicycles who wantonly breach the traffic code sometimes fatally.


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limpet 11 months ago from London England

Yes! I'll go along with that premise with the exception of the nomadic gonks on bicycles who wantonly breach the traffic code sometimes fatally.


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d.william 11 months ago from Somewhere in the south Author

limpet:

that is funny. I am not familiar with the "nomadic gonks on bicycles" is this a new "tribe" or people or a new religious order? There are so many who proclaim to be the (only true religion) (the only way to get to heaven) or some other nonsensical claims to fame, that one can't possibly keep track on all that idiocy.

Thanks for commenting and have a wonderful holiday season filled with love and peace.


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limpet 11 months ago from London England

Compliments of the season from meerie olde England.

There is an offshoot of these urban nuisances. During the London 2012 Olympic games, the main routes to the stadiums had dedicated inside lanes to get the competitors and officials there quicker. Not even buses, taxi s etc were allowed and consequently over 100 cyclists who defied the ban were arrested and their bikes temporarliy seized. So a group calling themselves 'night riders' got organised and they ride the city streets in packs, for no reason other than to inconvenience us. There is a saying 'small things amuse small minds'.


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d.william 11 months ago from Somewhere in the south Author

limpet

Oddly enough this was not covered here in the U.S. in 2012. But as i recall the U.S. news media was preoccupied with beating up on President Obama - and they haven't let up since then.

Today (and for the next year unfortunately) the U.S. media will only be covering the ugliness of the campaign for presidential hopefuls in 2016. The list of prospects are frightening on the Republican side. One more scary than the next. I am sure they are the laughing stock for the rest of the civilized world.

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