Globalization is a part of mankind struggle for existence

The question is: Where are we heading to in our evolutionary path - Mass extinction through the process of global warming or survival through the process of humanistic globalization?

Wherever it may lead the nature will select and the fittest will survive.


Struggle For Existence

(Origin of Species, page 90)


Struggle for life most severe between individuals and varieties of the same species: As the species of the same genus usually, though by no means invariably, much similar in habits and constitution, and always in structure, the struggle will generally be more severe between them, if they come into competition with each other...

(Charles Darwin, Origin of Species. The Harvard University Classics, PF Collier & Son, New York, 1909, p90).

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Skulls such as these serve as the surviving physical evidence and suggest that the transition from Homo erectus, the earliest forms of our own species, to the most recent Homo sapiens, occurred approximately 300,000 to 400,000 years ago. Early artifacts, such as wooden tools and weapons, give evidence of a hunting life-style. The skull shown at far left, approximately 300,000 years old, was found near Petralona in north-eastern Greece and is the most complete find of early (or archaic) Homo sapiens. Classification of this skull initially proved difficult, however, because it exhibits features of late Homo erectus. The same skull is shown in profile in the center image.


As a Social Darwinist I view every move of mankind as a struggle for existence. The nature will select and the fittest will survive. Accordingly, this presentation constitutes a Social Darwinists view of the Muslim-Buddhist War, explaining everything within the frame of 'Struggle for Existence', 'Natural Selection', and 'Survival of the Fittest". In 1963, I read Charles Darwin's "THE ORIGIN OF SPECIES2" and became a Zoology Honours student at Rangoon University. I used to walk along the Chancellor Road carrying the book and declaring, "I am a Homo sapiens, we're all Homo sapiens". (The Price of Silence: Muslim-Buddhist War of Bangladesh and Myanmar A Social Darwinists Analysis, DewDrop Arts & Technology, USA, 2005, p12).