The Ancient Spartans were pretty brutal with their concept of eliminating weakness within the kingdom.
Though this has been debated It is believed that at birth, Spartans would inspect the anatomy of babies as well as ask Oracles about their fates. If any signs should show that the baby will grow to be weak, disabled, deformed, or not physically perfect in any way, the Spartans would slay the baby, tossing it off of a cliff.
A few years later, Spartans would send their children into the wilderness to fend for themselve. The children would be forced to take any means necessary in order to survive, including killing wild animals, learning the art of farming, killing and looting other children that were undergoing the training, and even cannibalism.
Here, I draw similarities between this and the mundane and savage life of being a whitehat, which I am basically rendered to endure once more.
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