Untruth in regards to natural/unnatural, the grounds for your theory but now, apparently, not.
I have avoided nothing in regards to the Holocaust, by the way, which I've already discussed a-plenty. And yes, killing is perfectly natural, but I do not attribute to "natural" the sort of ethical dimension that you, despite your protestations otherwise, do. Your mischaracterization of my comments on the roots of ethics in the ethos/mores of a people is typical, so distorted that it constitutes another untruth.
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