BerAngelVamp wrote:it's kind of like politics....do we as americans, thinking we are better than some other third world countries, have the right to go in and change their way of life? sure, we think it would be an improvement for them, we can make them more peacable and law-abiding, like we think we are, give them due process, a democracy...but is that right for them? its hard to say. i bet they would say, most of them anyways, no. that they are the way they are and that makes them who they are...
i think from the humans perspective, yes, it's wrong...they stole us! but for the souls, it's not wrong. it's what they do....assimilate and perfect....so for me, it's sort of a rhetorical question...one that isn't really meant to be answered only pondered...
I agree! You know, I've never really thought about it like politics. Do we have a right to change their way of life? It's really about ethics.
I also agree about it being a rhetorical question. The more we think about it, the more it becomes something more to ponder over instead of something to answer. Great ideas!
p.s. I just love discussions like these that make you look deeper under the surface. I can get really riled up when it comes to stuff like this. : )