No I respect their cultures, and from that respect I have the knowledge they did not live in the manner you describe. Do you think their lives was free of struggle?? Hah!! You haven't talked to any Inuit, I take it.
That's a laughable counterargument.
You're arguing how easy it was to hunt bison by posting a video about the decimation of the bison after the introduction of firearms and horses.
Hunting bison is by no means easy or simple, which is why Amerindians had to get clever to hunt the creatures. You might want to read From the Heart of the Crow Country. The Crow Indians' Own Stories by Joseph Medicine Crow which notes the many hunting methods.
you know what I mean, and you know you're completely diluting the whole premise and point of what you disagree with. You insist polygamy was absolutely necessary in more primitive tribal times and sure yeah I concede its entirely plausible that when groups of men go out on hunting and fishing expeditions they have certain life insurance agreements within their band of brotherhood with cammaraderie and loyalty to the tribe. The conversation might go like this between rotations of fishing/hunting expeditions where 1 captain of a fishing boat or hunting party says to another whose on standby "Hey Sven the North seas are kind of rough and this fishing expedition could kill us, if my old lady becomes a widow and won't bear my child after all the sex I had with her last night, could you do the honors and mate with her if I should go? I anoint you to that taks. There's trust and understanding for group survival. " YEAH I GET THAT, . . . . Yeah that's understandable, but the whole original point of the discussion was the kind of psychopathy of elitism and the dirty tricks of eliminating competition that most polygamous societies practice and have been practicing for a very long time.
Do you not find any of these videos disturbing or wrong? Do you not feel a need for that to end? What kind of Bahai person or spiritual person are you if you don't?