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    Genetic Pacification of Germanics Beginning in Medieval Times

    Abstract: Through its monopoly on violence, the State tends to pacify social relations. Such pacification proceeded slowly in Western Europe between the 5th and 11th centuries, being hindered by the rudimentary nature of law enforcement, the belief in a man’s right to settle personal disputes as he saw fit, and the Church’s opposition to the death penalty. These hindrances began to dissolve in the 11th century with a consensus by Church and State that the wicked should be punished so that the good may live in peace. Courts imposed the death penalty more and more often and, by the late Middle Ages, were condemning to death between 0.5 and 1.0% of all men of each generation, with perhaps just as many offenders dying at the scene of the crime or in prison while awaiting trial. Meanwhile, the homicide rate plummeted from the 14th century to the 20th. The pool of violent men dried up until most murders occurred under conditions of jealousy, intoxication, or extreme stress. The decline in personal violence is usually attributed to harsher punishment and the longer-term effects of cultural conditioning. It may also be, however, that this new cultural environment selected against propensities for violence.
    http://journals.sagepub.com/doi/pdf/...70491501300114

    Were the German barbarians who sacked Rome, or the ancient Norse, genetically different from modern Germanics the way wolves are different from domesticated dogs?

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    You don't need a scientific study to figure out this. I will explain you with an example:

    Meet the red junglefowl, the wild and still living ancestor of modern chickens...

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    It was first domesticated thousands of years ago in souther Asia. As you know, its descendants become a valuable source of food worldwide. What is interesting here is how the process of domestication was... you see, the red junglefowl is a wild beast that still have the ability to fly and hence, it's confinement was too difficult for the average farmer. So, what they did is interbreed the red junglefowl with another subspecies of heavy birds...

    This ended up in making hybrids that were not just more docile to handle but also compromised its ability to fly.

    Today, this is the fate of their descendants:

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    Emphasis on the fact that they lost their ability to fly and became more docile for the civilization created by man.

    Now, back to the topic, the ancient Germanic tribes of Europe looked pretty much like this:

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    They were wild, free, healthier and, specially, predominantly fairer than other human sub species. Then, the civilization of the Roman empire arrived, with their vast armies and warmongering behaviour, they made war upon these free tribes until they were either conquered or too expensive to be profitable. What happened to the conquered is a similar fate of the red junglefowl; they went under a process of domestication.

    And during that process, they were assimilated to the multicultural empire, and will ultimately end up like this:

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    or, in our modern days, like this:

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    to ultimately like this:

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    To summarize up, in order to domesticate any wild and free animal (humans are not different), you first have to:

    -Make hunting (conquering).
    -Rounding up in cages (civilization).
    -Interbreeding with other sub species in order to break physical and mental fortitude (multiculturalism).
    -Make a source of income out of them, let it be food or manual work. (ancient and modern labour force).

    And I may add that, for highly sentient beings, there is a tool called "religion" which, alongside interbreeding, helps to break up the spiritual fortitude (abrahamic religions).

    And there you have it, what happened to the ancestors of modern chickens is also what happened to the ancient Germanic tribes. They were no longer wild, free, healthier and predominantly fair, after the Roman empire genocide them.

    And this is still happening today.

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    Remember, the red chicken was no longer able to fly and survive free in the wild after being domesticated...

    Thank you for reading.

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    One of the ways that Germanics have been pacified has been the constant warfare sending warlike people to foreign lands where many of them died. All these wars, WW1&2, all of them, Vietnam, etc, they have all been to pacify the population by sending warriors to foreign lands where many of them die or become crippled.

    I don't want to glorify warlike qualities too much, because its important for families to not bicker and argue, at least not too much, because families have to stick together. Families have to stand together especially in a hostile world. But this is an important issue to think about.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Amerikaner View Post
    One of the ways that Germanics have been pacified has been the constant warfare sending warlike people to foreign lands where many of them died.
    Weren't people sent to war just basically as long as they were able to stand on two legs and hold a rifle, i.e. not whether they were "warlike" or not?

    All these wars, WW1&2, all of them, Vietnam, etc, they have all been to pacify the population
    That's... usually not the reason for war, but perhaps you have some groundbreaking new evidence to show us.

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