.....when we start from a myth all we're left with is a paradox, nothing is independent, science now knows it and lore has always known it, which leads us on to the fatal misreading of ideological Darwinism and the myth of 'survival of the fittest' , which is just an extension of the idea of dominion.
That is a completely false characterisation of Darwinism. Whilst I cannot speak with certainty for anyone from a non-scientific background, the principles of Darwinism most certainly do not lead me to such a facile reading of it. Nor, I very strongly suspect, do they lead UE to it either. Survival of the fittest is about being best fitted
. Which, of course, may sometimes mean being the strongest. But, it also can mean many other things as well.
....the Lion cannot exist without the myriad lifeforms of the soil (of which we know virtually nothing) wich feed the plants-that feed the animals-that feed the Lion....
Yes, we know this (at least on this board) What, precisely, has this got to do with, amongst other things, committing national suicide by allowing utterly unsustainable numbers of people into this country which is, I suspect, the implication being made? Though, I am happy to stand corrected if wrong. You appear to be doing little more than just taking a particular humanist perspective and trying to clumsily stitch it onto an ecological analysis and, frankly, the stitches are showing, as evidenced by the following:
The same soil holds humidity and carbon, currently being released (as you know) at catastrophic rates and effecting the entire biospherical system, from which, no nation can be granted exclusion and if left to it's own systemic conclusion, without intervention of regeneration, it will indeed annihilate every single one of us, yes...we [insert name of nation] might well extend a very temporary existence, but no matter what we'll still need to be getting on with regeneration anyway, it's physics and it simply doesn't debate with us, we either get in-line with it, or kiss our arses good bye
Again, yes, of course we are aware (on this board) of the very real danger of a runaway greenhouse process that could end up with the end of all large, complex life forms on earth. However, we don't know with certainty if this will be the severity of the final outcome of the current warming process. Given that, there is nothing to be gained whatsoever in pointlessly spreading and multiplying the human catastrophe that is unfolding as a consequence of this process of warming (alongside other ecological desecrations of the Earth). In other words, I am suggesting that the damage is already baked into the cake. That being the case, all any nation can do is baton down the hatches in preparation for the storm to come and, alongside what mitigating measures may be taken to minimise the warming to come (which, frankly, are probably far too little too late), hope that they may weather this storm in the full and certain knowledge that many others may not.
Herbet Spencer would've done well to realise the fitness in comprehending just how the collective organism works and extrapolate some enlightened self interest from that, coz it turns out that might wasn't so right after all and using it as a tool for survival will merely exacerbate it's consequences, the evidence is laid before us all to see and the limits of the possible are moot, we've gotta do the impossible with reality, what ever that is. Nothing is independent, naivety(?), or reality(?), either way, things are what they are.
More of the same. That is to say, more humanist stuff without any real connection the the very real, very current and very pragmatic issue of hundreds of thousands of people (which will turn to millions and then hundreds of millions, in due course) with nowhere to go in this world because there is nowhere for
them to go. That is the cold, hard brutal truth of it and there is a hell of a lot more brutality to come whether you (or I) like it or not.
Billions will die. Maybe all of human life may die. Maybe not all, though. You are in no better position than anyone else to say with certainty that all will die. And, as long as such certainty does not exist, there is little point in committing this nation to turn to shit on the back of a humanist ideal masquerading as some kind of ecological agenda.