The Malevolence/Survival Underpinnings of Life and UFOs
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Watching nature programs on the Smithsonian, National Geographic or BBC America channels one will see examples of malevolent, intelligent thinking of sea creatures, the survival maxims of land animals, the creative instinct (thinking?) of the insect kingdom, and the survival exigencies of plant life.
That a kind of profound malevolence underwrites sea life is blatant, obvious, which shows that the intelligence overlaying existence has a malignant streak that also inserts itself in the animal kingdom, sometimes subverted by a drive to procreate or satisfy orgasmically.
For humans, sexual proclivities, the thrust of libido (as Freud saw it), predominates; the omnipotent intelligence wallowing in the sexuality of mankind, as delineated in The Hebrew Bible (The Old Testament) and mythical tales of the ancients.
Freud had a brilliant insight: sex is the driving force of humans; one sees examples of that driving force, that obsession, in everything people do: mostly, compatible pursuits, not for procreative purposes but for orgasmic purposes, and the underlying motivation for rapes, murders and other despicable travesties of behavior.
But life is ephemeral. Humans disappear in the maw of time, generally forgotten, unless one leaves a creative or malicious legacy.
And UFOs? Like a bad cold, UFOs are merely a nuisance, things that have no relevance to survival (procreative or destructive) or any importance of any kind…ephemeral like human life itself.