This seemingly barbaric practise of burying children alive as observed in several indigenous tribes deep in the jungles of Amazon, Brazil has stirred quite a bit of international outraged. The international community simply likes to stick their filthy noses and command the way of life of others, even though they’d never stay open to the indigenous tribes commanding them on how they should live their lives and run their communities. I’ve always considered it a bad joke on behalf of the Gods to have send me onto this disgraceful world and a video as the one below clearly show why.
Got to like it how in our so called “civilized world” people kill others for money, power, land, or out of jealousy, selfishness or greed. As someone who doesn’t belong with the filth of this planet, I’m justly disgusted by the so called “civilized people” finding those who have never killed for money, power, land, or out of jealousy, selfishness or greed, but only for the sole purpose of ensuring the whole tribe doesn’t suffer because of one, controversial. People from “me, me, me” societies in which selfishness prevail over greater good could never understand those who make sacrifices for the sake of entire community, not just their own.
I don’t dispute the fact that the act of burying children alive is barbaric. But if I put away the inbred “civilized world” prejudice and look solely on the fact that a whole tribe could sink if they carried a burden of tying their limited human resources on care for people who have been unlucky to have been born sick or otherwise unable to carry the tribe forward, then the practice makes reasonably good sense. Although different, more humane way to dispose of them should be found. If I were the chieftain, I would employ the Spartan way and command to move the weak away to a desolate place deep in the jungle to let Mother Nature decide whether they should die or grow strong and survive, eventually rejoining the tribe.
That being said – I don’t expect many people to understand where I’m coming from. It won’t be the first, nor the last time. This is not my world but I have long learned to live being misunderstood by contemporary primates known as homo sapiens.
Video (probably a dramatization) from a biased anti Amazon tribes documentary titled Hakani is below: