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The benefits of human sacrifice
April 14, 2016
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"I've stated my point how you want to justify Humans Killing Humans is up to you." 

The subject was the concept of human sacrifice to which I disagree with your idea and definition of what it means. Go back to At1"s depiction of someone being sacrificed in a ritual of some sort, and you made the jump to something totally different, wars and other organic and non organic examples.  Those did not even make sense to me.  

YOu gave some examples that were just not convincing, and the above last statement I could give many examples of killing another human, and it does not equate to human sacrifice. I think your position is no matter what the circumstances, it all equates to human sacrifice.  

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