Cruel dirty rotten disobedience to God tactics implemented into competition is, not simply "human competition".Ohhhhhh.
I think from what you are saying you're one of those that believes that there isn't really material scarcity in the world and that human competition is the sole cause of scarcity.
I'll take that to suggest you're not too fond of most Indigneous nomadic peoples of North America and South America, nor think too highly of them before they interacted with Europeans and their African slaves?Well that makes a lot of your posts make sense, but I'm sorry, you're going to have to prove that is the case. I suggest you prove it by going out into the woods to live a hunter/gatherer lifestyle yourself for a while and see just how easy it is.
"dangerous risks" ?'Cause until you prove to me that you can live a hunter-gatherer lifestyle without taking any dangerous risks, you won't convince me that polygamy was not necessary at some point in time, and until you go out and experience that lifestyle for yourself, I won't convince you on the matter either.
How dangerous is hunting Buffalo where there is vast herds of them if its easy enough to learn to build a spear, a bow and some arrows, and then accurately shoot and throw those weapons to harvest enough of the Buffalos to feed your entire tribe and have surplus year after year after year?
But when a parasite tribe from across a continent commits scorched earth genocide tactics? And never stops, . . . what kind of extreme "dangerous risks" do you really expect?
Funny little musings on the whole Polygamy rationale: American Indian genocide and a little jewish actor (reaping the spoils of war), the irony that Christopher Columbus was a Jew, and the same ole' (reaping the spoils the of the remaining squaws). Essentially this is yeat another one of hollywood's b.s. little propagandas " to the victor goes the spoils" rational for the whole less than ideal survival mode that "polygamy was necessary" case, rather than the scarcity derived from unnecessary cruel beast like competition.