If you have ever gone outside, you would have noticed that Nature itself has both virtues and sins, good and bad. In what sense? Well, if the goal of evolution is the survival of the fittest, then it would be no mistake to see certain species of fishes being really friendly towards other species, as long as they have material or primitive spiritual needs. Of course, these needs, like the species and environment they are in, change over time. This of course does not mean, with a fact that animals in the environment are real and have real effect on world, that have same complete intrinsic value as human beings. If they had, then they would be the exact same species as human beings, differing only in certain traits and behavioral patterns like let's say for example, negroid and caucasian (of course, they are still sub-species, not "One Race Human Race" type of crap). We do not eat meat because of our inner desire to do so, like we want to negate the existence of other species, but we do it because we have to in order for our species to survive. It's a necessity... However, Mein Kampf is not motived by scientific research, but pure Nihilistic, lustful thirst for power and destruction.
Let us take a look at Chapter 11 of Mein Kampf "Nation and Race" and see what Hitler tells us about nature.
>THERE are some truths which are so obvious that for this very reason they are not seen or at least not recognized by ordinary people. They sometimes pass by such truisms as though blind and are most astonished when someone suddenly discovers what everyone really ought to know. Columbus's eggs lie around by the hundreds of thousands, but Columbuses are met with less frequently.
Now what is this reason people DO NOT see this truth? At the beginning we can see how vague Hitler is with his statement about this "truth". But enough about that, let's go check what else he has to say.
>Thus men without exception wander about in the garden of Nature; they imagine that they know practically everything and yet with few exceptions pass blindly by one of the most patent principles of Nature's rule: the inner segregation of the species of all living beings on this earth.
This is laughable if you think about it, not to mention vague and pretty dishonest. Did Hitler admitted that his own worldview is faulty? Nah, I am not going that low to discredit him, but either way, it's pretty strange to claim that these "men" (scientists, since most people do not really go out in nature these days, nor they go out with friends) "imagine" that they know everything, when Hitler wrote most of this stuff about Nature while he was in comodified place alienated from the rest of society known as "prison". And he is pretty dishonest if he thinks that those scientists didn't notice that species are indeed with one that are with one another. However, like all things, they change. Different species are seen to co-operate with one another in order to ensure their own existence, as well as the existence of partner species. To foolishly claim that in nature there is no such thing as "co-operation" only "segregation" is an idealism based upon limited scientific naturalist materialism, and it's not even a complete material analysis.
>Even the most superficial observation shows that Nature's restricted form of propagation and increase is an almost rigid basic law of all the innumerable forms of expression of her vital urge. Every animal mates only with a member of the same species. The titmouse seeks the titmouse, the finch the finch, the stork the stork, the field mouse the field mouse, the dormouse the dormouse, the wolf the she-wolf, etc.
"Nature's restricted form of propagation and increase is an almost rigid basic law of all the innumerable forms of expression of her vital urge." This got to be the most weirdly put out sentence in existence, making me wonder if he worshipped Nature as his own mother. But what is actually wrong with this whole statement? We can take from his own statement that he talks about Nature's urges, and how most animals here act on pure urge, not consciousness but sub-consciousness, like by this logic, there are no examples of virtues or even livelihood in species inside nature. And of course, Hitler was indeed right that same species do mate with one another, because they are materialistically and spiritually connected with one another, there is no wrong in affirming that. However, what is wrong again in his claim is that species would only mate with one another and refuse to change, that is to evolve, and that their needs are only based on urges, forever locked in iron cage of Nature.
I am going to continue in my next post as I am already reaching a limit, but I hope so far you have been willing to read what I have written so far.
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