As we get back to a world that is in tune with nature strip any notions you may have of nature as a “fairy tale” or a “Disney story.”

Nature a brutal contest of survival. It is the wolf ripping open the throat of its prey. It is a harsh mother who laughs at your weaknesses and mocks your insecurities.

Our ancestors understood this. What was heroic, strong, healthy and beautiful was good. These were the values almost every civilization and culture had until very recently.

We’re not saying that people shouldn’t help each other, or act like a bunch of sociopaths. Human beings are social creatures after all, and we have a natural instinct to help one another. If anything, you could say that in some ways, today’s world order is much more selfish-sociopathic than the natural world in terms of total disregard for 99% of lifeforms and 99% of the people on the planet.

But what we’re saying is that nature is a brutal world, and the value systems that rise to replace the synthetic values of today will reflect this reality.

For example, eugenics is a very controversial topic. But eugenics is a practice pretty much every society practiced until very recently (prioritizing healthy children over the sick and the weak). Today we can even have a more humane way of doing this via the field of genetics. Also, eugenics doesn’t have to be racist. This page is absolutely opposed to any racist ideology.

We’re also not saying people should just abandon the modern world and turn back the clock. Evolution is key to survival. Technology is man’s form of evolving and gaining power. If technology can make our species better, then we should pursue it, even if that means using technology to improve what it is to be human.

And lastly, nature is a system of checks and balances. Balance should be sought in all things. Nature is a duality of many things that are kept in constant balance: life and death, masculine and feminine, diversity and homogeneity, compassion and ruthlessness, so on and so forth.

Ours is a world that is dangerously out of balance. As we get more in tune with nature, we should seek to restore this balance.


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