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The biggest blight on the face of the planet is mankind The major problems facing the world today can all be traced in one way or another back to the interference of man The human race has yielded too much power for the past several thousands of years and it is time for a stern quick change in the world Mankind has walked with impunity from place to place upon the face of this planet and only in a few instances has it rendered anything other than death or chaos My purpose with this essay is to illustrate that the human race is almost not worth running Creatures endowed with such inborn capabilities have sunken to a level below any seen before While capable of such acts of beauty and wonder they instead choose to act selfishly and without reason The human race is like every living thing an animal However the human race is unlike any other animal on the face of this planet The human race is more brutal then other animals The human race is the only animal that will set out to commit genocide or slaughter its own kind by amounts I can not begin to fathom The human race has done this many times through its past and shows no signs of altering Nazi Germany almost eliminated the entire Jewish population from Europe and killed millions before they could be stopped Communist Russia under the leadership of Stalin conducted many tests and experiments on humans that lead to the deaths of millions more for no purpose other than to satisfy one mans curious side The human race for centuries and in some parts of the world still does committed slavery Brutality of human against human has been a common theme through the years but if you go club one baby seal you would get the chair Humans have come to accept brutality upon themselves as a fact of life but
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