When the entire German nation was evacuated, or relocated from its former eastern territories at the end of the Second World War how many died as a matter of percentages?
The West German government's estimates would number the dead at some 14.3% while some latter historians assert 3.6% or numbers of a similar magnitude.
Move a billion people and similar numbers would inevitably die.
Those percentages I cited for a billion amount to 143,000,000 and 36,0000,000 respectively.
Our kind and gentle friend, might have some quibbles with my numbers. Regardless, the ideas are monstrous
Oh, before the OP regurgitates his tired discourses about the distinction between an is and an ought, he might like to actually read David Hume. He might be surprised to find a difference between what he supposes
the moral sentiments of the philosopher who made popular that kind of talk are, and what in fact
the man had to say on the subject.
For anyone who might care to follow up, an extensive series of lectures by Daniel Robinson on the subject are available.
Daniel Robinson: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L668dSv2d7w
The video is posted by Philosophical Overdose
. An apt name if there ever was one.