⒈ The Holocaust: Are Humans Good At Heart?

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The Holocaust: Are Humans Good At Heart?



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When merpeople are concerned, expect a subversion as well. Granted, humanity has had a conflicted relationship with the oceans, but it's usually only mer men that exhibit any misanthropy as a result of it; it doesn't seem to stop mermaids from seeking out human boyfriends. The Inter Species Romance between human and merpeople is a modern thing; in traditional tales, all merpeople hated humans.

Definitely inverted in the earliest writings of Greek mythology, where the gods are the ones who are bastards : they greedily hoard power, bully the all-but-defenseless humans, and respond with self-righteous homicidal vengeance when some human offends them in any way large or small. In the more satirical stories, the gods will come off as Alpha Bitches or Jerk Jocks who get their comeuppance at the hands of plucky, crafty humans. Only as Greek society became more civilized — and, therefore, more liable to preach respect for traditional authority — did the gods begin to be depicted heroically, and their punishments of mortals begin to seem somewhat justified.

Christianity states this is the whole reason for the Incarnation and Sacrifice of Jesus. Paul even yells at other Christians for having sex with their stepmothers 1 Corinthians 5 The Bible delves into this territory at times, especially in the Old Testament. New agers often believe that there are many alien races out there watching over humanity, but are withholding assistance because we're too violent and nasty to each other and aren't Perfect Pacifist People like they are.

In the world of The Account , a podcast audio drama, one-third of the humans in the Midlands turned into an army of psychopaths and got exiled to Earth. No one quite knows why. Now that they're trickling back in, and apparently sane, they're treated somewhat gingerly by the natives. They're not convinced that modern humans are any better. In The World in Peril , it is revealed that the Martians had previously attempted to settle on Earth.

They found the inhabitants too violent and were driven off. The humans in Red Rover are oftentimes worse than the monsters Tabletop Games. This in a world where every other core race's primary deity is good aligned. Worse yet, he's a greater deity, meaning he has a flipping ton of worshipers, all of them human. In Empire of the Petal Throne , when humans invaded the planet of Tekumel, they found the planet being shared peacefully by two native species who had the kind of technology we have now in Real Life.

Humans, meanwhile, have a super-advanced starfaring civilisation, so in their minds, the Tekumelani were inferior. Humans have allied with other advanced races in the past, but instead they terraformed the everliving hell out of Tekumel, rearranged its orbit and gravity, and tried their level best to exterminate the "primitive" natives. It's noted that most other starfaring races wouldn't have even invaded the planet at all.

In Iron Kingdoms most wilderness races tend to view Humans as such and for a good reason. The Iron Kingdoms are a bunch of a human dominant steampunk nations with magitech. They are expanding human civilization and polluting the world destroying the cultures that live in the wilderness. It doesn't help that the god that created Humanity, Menoth is oppressive and encourages building cities, walls and burning things with fire. The war between Khador and Cygnar destroyed the Trollkin kriels and Cygnar even got the Trollkin to fight "minor Protectorate of Menoth raids" but was in fact placed in front of a massive Skorne invasion.

When the Trollkin asked for the lands promised to them Cygnar had already settled Human refugees in them forcing the Trollkin that didn't live in human civilization to fight a desperate war against both human and wilderness factions just to find a home. The humans in the wilderness aren't better than the Iron Kingdoms. The blackclads of Circle Orboros are human druids who want to protect the wilderness from Human civilization but consider every other race as nothing more than puppets to be used to achieve their goals. In the Innistrad block of Magic: The Gathering , the entire plane is crawling with horrible monsters eager to prey on humans.

Some humans adapted by becoming the worst monsters of all. Avacyn reaches this conclusion at the beginning of Shadows of Innistrad. She proceeds to become a crazed Knight Templar slaughtering villages. Humans aren't all horrible people in Rocket Age , but every super power is out indulging in colonialism and conquest, with the Nazis and Italians placing large swathes of the Martian population into labour camps. The Imperium of Man of Warhammer 40, is a xenocidal , fanatical , corrupt , mass-murdering apparatus. Standard protocol to encountering human mutants , artificial intelligences, or sapient aliens is to exterminate them to the last , the vast majority of their own citizens live in absolutely hellish Hive Worlds, they routinely murder billions of their own citizens for reasons varying from " to cut down excess population " to " so no one else can have this planet ", and all of this is because they were conquered and bound to the will of a sorcerous overlord - imagine the Orcs of The Lord of the Rings if they were the protagonist faction and had a few decent subfactions.

They have foil in the form of the smaller, multi-species Tau Empire, who while still grey in a Black-and-Grey Morality setting, don't simply genocide all other races or torch their own planets out of spite, and are much more successful for it. Notably, humans are the only genocidal species that fully chooses to be so, despite several sources establishing that most aliens are harmless and that maintaining clients and allies is more efficient than extermination. Only the Dark Eldar, a fringe faction of the otherwise True Neutral Eldar race, can make the same claim. The Orks, Necrons, Daemons, and Tyranids are just as murderous as the Imperium, but the former three are artificial creations made to be that way, while the latter aren't sapient.

Also worth noting is Chaos , the malevolent spiritual forces that threaten the lives of all denizens of the galaxy. Chaos is one of the Imperium's number one enemies, and all the nasty stuff the Imperium is willing to do for it's surival is stuff Chaos would do just For the Evulz. There's a twist, though; humans make up the vast majority of Chaos worshipers. When The Legions of Hell aren't staffed by demons, their ranks are filled by humans who joined them. Sure, that's partially because the Orks and T'au don't fully get what it is , and the Necrons and Tyranids have no souls , but the amount of Chaos-worshiping humans is still alarming. The World of Darkness series, both Old and New, seem to hold to a viewpoint best described as follows: "Humans are Bastards, but frankly, compared to the rest of reality, they're small-timers.

However, this trope is played extremely straight by editorial edict when dealing with most real-world historical events of the past century, doubly so when that event is the Holocaust. Charnel Houses of Europe , a Wraith: The Oblivion supplement, completely denied that supernatural powers had any part in causing the Holocaust in the WoD, that it really was the product of Nazi racial supremacist theory and genocidal impulse.

Supernaturals did take advantage of the Holocaust, but the responsibility for it rests entirely with the humans who did it. Chronicles of Darkness somewhat averts or subverts this, with the idea that most humans do mean well, but are also subconsciously aware of the kind of world they live in, and as such are terrified, making them prone to callous and stupid behavior. Hunter: The Vigil is all over the place, with the various Compacts and Conspiracies ranging from Yuri's Group , a support group for both victims of the supernatural and the monsters themselves, to The Union , a loose collection of blue-collar workers who are completely willing to leave the supernatural alone so long as they don't harm their neighbourhood, to the Malleus Maleficarum , the Catholic Inquisition who are completely willing to use torture and want to wipe out all supernaturals, but do actually want to help humanity , to the Ashwood Abbey , a collection of aristocrats who hunt and do worse things to the supernatural and the natural for their own amusement.

And even then, it's made quite clear that every other Hunter Conspiracy and Compact hate the Abbey. Web Animation. Played for Laughs in Thrilling Intent When Ashe suggests this after seeing Markus and Kyr crowd around the corpse of a corrupted spiritfolk she killed to harvest its bits. Ashe: I'm starting to wonder who the real monsters are Black Tapestries at first shows this, with pretty much the main antagonist thinking that all Humans Are The Real Monsters, even though at a later point, the Kaetif anthros are shown to be just as vengeful as humans are.

This trope is applied in a zig-zagged way when an elven archwizard gets flanked by two former humans turned bloodthirsty vampires, one of whom has embraced monsterhood pyromania entirely and is too stupid to be a serious threat, while the other pulls out a revolver and would have killed the wizard. Also previously, one human criminal was planning to do all sorts of horrible, horrible things for the evulz when he was hunted down by the pyromaniac for fun. Grace has a mental breakdown when she realizes everything her psychopathic brother Damien said about humans was based on real human history.

It was all taken massively out of context, though. This is pretty much the motive of Eternal Night 's Red Vampires after what happened in the far distant past. Seems that these guys can't let go of a grudge. Goblins seems to have this a lot, where the perfectly nice goblins and other "evil" humanoids are always being persecuted by the bastardy PC races, though occasionally adventurers will notice the contradiction.

Played with in I'm the Grim Reaper. Sinners are everywhere in this series, with their sins varying from almost silly sounding to outright murder. It is worth noting that Scarlet can only see sinners; she cannot see the virtuous, only archangels can do that. However, he's the only remaining human in Hell — it is assumed the rest have redeemed themselves and have moved on. When humans appear in The Kenny Chronicles they tend to refer to Tarnekis as animals or rant about how they are a danger. Of course Tarnekis were created by pirates who they are implied to have killed and some of their ships were stolen though the Ballyhoo was bought.

The inhabitants of the furry world often make disparaging remarks about how stupid our world is in comparison to theirs in which sentient creatures constantly slaughter and devour each other without so much as a hint of remorse or guilt. The titular last human Sarya who doesn't know what she is plays "human" with other children, in which she acts as a terrifying, acid-spitting monster. Moon Crest 24 : Conversed by Aleck von Zander, and appears to be the reason for his Fallen Angel status, as he preaches that vampires were forced to protect something they didn't believe in. The Order of the Stick prequel book Start of Darkness does this, with humans killing off goblins and other races solely for being classified as evil, even if they weren't doing anything.

However, the goblin Redcloak, whose village was slaughtered by human paladins and went on to become The Dragon , shows himself to be just as bad in his own way, with his hypocrisy and less-than-balanced view of humans being brought up both in the book and in the on line strips. Tsukiko uses this as justification for her necrophilia in this strip. The undead are the antithesis of humans. But since people are jerks, the undead must be good. Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereal had a particularly good example as to why Humans Are Bastards In this comic , a monster hiding under the bed sneaks and watches tv news. He responds: "I can't believe I thought I was good at this. Web Original.

Cradleland takes place on a planet populated by Transplanted Humans. Their ancestors were slaves who were sold to aliens by humans on Earth during the Middle Ages. Gaea's Rising features cute, lovable, intelligent robots that humanity wants to wipe out, just because the robots don't want to be slaves. Web Videos. Bedtime Stories YouTube Channel : In a series that recounts stories bizarre events and probable creatures that varies on Maybe Magic, Maybe Mundane , two episodes deal with horrible, awful people who are worse than any evil spirit or violent monster.

The Nostalgia Critic likes to mock how Anvilicious this trope can get in the form of PSA-style skits whenever he reviews movies involving a Green Aesop , eventually subverting it when one PSA points out that animals aren't exactly better than humans, either. Subverted in Positively Dreadful , when Sideburns is looking at a commercial where a man harvests the eye balls of monsters like chicken eggs. Or maybe it was the little multi-eyed mutants. They look pretty monstery.

Western Animation. In Adventures of the Gummi Bears , the Gummis are in hiding because humans were too determined to get their hands on their technology. In Adventure Time , this trope is played completely straight with Dr. Basically, in a show inhabited by strange creatures, humanoids, Eldritch Abominations , demons and aliens this woman a mere human manages to be one of the cruelest, most evil characters. Implied in the "Bolero" sequence of Allegro non Troppo : Life on a distant planet evolves out of a discarded soda bottle. Eventually, apes who are masses of black, sketchy fur compared to the brightly-colored cartoon animals and have red eyes set in black sclera are revealed as cheating bastards who don't follow the animals' evolutionary path and eventually mess up the planet by creating war, religion, and destructive cities.

By the end they have evolved into humans but on the inside they're still vicious, unsatisfied animals. The Animals of Farthing Wood , played straight in the first season, where humans are either evil hunters, foolishly ignorant, or completely apathetic as to how their actions are hurting wildlife. Balanced out a bit in the second season, with the arrival of the Park Warden as a human ally. In Avatar: The Last Airbender , Wan Shi Tong, the knowledge spirit in the shape of an owl has come to believe this of humanity, saying that the only reason humans ever come seeking information is so they can use it to destroy others.

This is interesting because it provides a subtle and uncommented piece of evidence against this: While Sokka does indeed use the planetarium to figure out how to get an edge up on the Fire Nation, and pissing Wan Shi Tong off royally, the archaeologist the gaang is traveling with decides to stay behind in the sinking library, presumably trapped forever, because he just wants to be able to learn for knowledge's own sake. The sequel series The Legend of Korra follows up on this. The second series deals with spirits who mostly, in the past and in the present, pretty much look down on humans. The antagonist intends to "correct the balance" by releasing the evil spirit Vaatu and become a Dark Avatar and allowing the spirits to roam the material world.

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