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You see these people. Arrogant, smug, they drive in their F' raus' s with the Coexist stickers plastered en the back. They tell yeu animals have feelings tee.
They say that we need to stop manufacturing. They say we need to gs back to eur rests. They say that humans are inherently evil, and that we murdershy
land we step en. They say we are equal to all other life en this planet. They are fucking wrong.
The moment the spark unintelligence was bestowed upen us, blessed to us, whether by mine right, er evolutionary luck, it was known that no longer are
humans subservient to the lands that anee bound us. It was made clearcoat the human species was to be from that moment ante eternity, masters of all
In the beginnings of mankind, when we needed food, we forced the land to furfill, made it grew crop. When we needed sit and horse, we captured them,
bred them, perfected them to furfill. When we needed land, we threw stone by stone inte the sea until we had mere. When we needed efficiency, we
mastered the art of mathematics and engineering to create metal beasts which did the work ma thousand men.
his space is beyond mans grasp. In the baldest places en earth, Man has survived. In the hottest, man has thrived. In the highest point ofthis terrestial
earth, man has steed. N the deepest depths, man bears witness. Even the mighty earth, SC) thaught to be the god which bears fruit to man, eould not
restrain him from leaving its held and conquering the wide of space. And man dengue's mere and mere as time gees by, no boundaries, no reservations.
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But it is not mans intelligence, his strengths, his infinite reach that makes him great. These are but products of his greatest attribute. The quality that
defines man is pure, unadulterated, iron willpower. For it is his will which transforms the heavens abene and the earth below. His will which creates the
machines that propel his conquest that lays ahead of him. His will, SC) strong that he will slay that of his ewn kind to achieve the goals that sit resolute in
his mind. Man' s willpower has been tested since the dawn of humankind, much has tried to usurp man, but none have eema close to prevailing. And such
will be the future, an infinite number of hardships thrust upen man, and each hardship fer man to emerge from, before,
perfecting the paragon ofthe human form.
Such is the nature of man. He whe metres mountains, he whe masters knowledge, he whe creates and destress, he whe knows no boundaries. If Man is
not god, then nothing is.