This World Must Die!

Social living requires the elimination, or at very best, the modification of many elements necessary to survival in "nature". And when an emergency arises, very often it is the person who would be considered a "criminal", in other situations, who alone is able to cope with the necessities. If we manage to eliminate “violence” from human affairs, what will we find when a need for "violence” arises—a need outside of man's artificial control of his environment?
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