In contrast to my previous post with non-stop whining from Shashi Tharoor about the British Raj, here is a good contrast in someone acknowledging that life is simply survival of the fittest. Here is Jared Taylor explaining why it is nonsensical to say that whites don’t have a claim to America because they “stole” it from the Native Americans.
One early quote that stuck out:
“Does anyone think that Indians didn’t take land away from each other, or simply exterminate each other? Archaeologists found the scalped, mutilated bodies of 486 men, women and children who were wiped out over a fight over arable land Young women were taken as sex slaves. This took place in 1300, long before the whites arrived.”
Then he gives a list of examples of other genocides and massacred between Indians. One of the tribes was only able to survive extermination because they were allied with the U.S. cavalry.
Some other quotes:
“Yes, we took land from the Indians, and they fought like hell to keep it. But no one said that they didn’t have the right to their land, just because they took it from others. All around the world, people are living on land they took from other people.”
“Should Morocco not be allowed to have an immigration policy, because the people living there now took the land from others?”
“Here is the current Mexican cabinet…they don’t look like native Mexicans, do they?...could it possibly be that Mexico’s rulers took Mexico from the natives?”
“This idea that history disqualifies white Americans from deciding who lives here, is baloney. It’s an argument people use only against whites. It’s just one more double standard intended to browbeat whites into thinking that they have no right to survive as a people. Don’t fall for it.”
As I said in a previous post, this is why Indians should not be afraid of the Aryan invasion hypothesis making Brahmins feel like they do not have a legitimate claim to be at the top of Indian society.
A similar argument can be made as to why Brahmins do not owe reparations to lower castes. Luckily, the Aryan invaders didn’t exterminate the native Indians, but instead created an elaborate system to keep themselves at the top of society. Should Brahmins forever have to accept reservation quotas as a penance and subsidy to the low IQ OBC’s, scheduled castes, and tribals?
When we talk about the British “exploiting” or “abusing” India, we forget a simple law of nature: might makes right, and survival of the fittest. There is no right or wrong in terms of dominating and subduing your enemies. If and when we come in contact with extraterrestrial species, be sure that (unless there is some interstellar or intergalactic law enforcement body) the weaker species is at the mercy of the stronger species.
If the stronger species is benevolent and shares technology or practices non-interference, then great.
If the stronger species lacks resources and needs an oxygen or water rich planet to house its expanding population and believes that Earth is a great candidate, then to them, humanity needs to be exterminated or subdued.
Are we going to cry about it and lecture them about “alien privilege” or “morality of sentient species?” No, we are going to fight to the death and the last man. Survive or perish. Dominate or be dominated. That’s the law of the universe.
Shashi Tharoor, and the millions of Indians enjoying his speech apparently don’t understand this and they keep whining and complaining. It reeks of weakness and making excuses. You don’t become strong by wallowing in the past and whining about past defeats. You become strong by fixing your weaknesses.