The theory has two main points, one of which is that all life is connected and related to each other, and that this diversity of life is a product of "modifications of populations by natural selection," hence all the different species.
In other words, we really, according to this theory, could possibly come from a rat, because a rat also has two eyes a mouth and has two ears ears but because of "natural selection" we evolved to be human.
I won't go into this crazy theory,..... be it as it may, Darwin wrote that since the human is very closely related to the ape, we come from apes.... further up the chain the ape could have evolved from a mosquito or a fish ...I don't remember the order.....
So because of the recent story of Harambe the guerrilla, the Washington Post featured an article in it's science section, asking the question:
If the theory of evolution is true and we are descended from apes, "then why are there still apes around?" and why in 5,000 years has no one seen an ape give birth to a human?
A question every thinking person asks.
To make a long story short, they conclude that we are "apes'.....git shabbos!
So now that we are apes, there is no difference between Harambe and the child, and therefore, if we extend this logic, there was absolutely no justification to kill the guerrilla to save the child, since they are both apes!
They don't write it, of course, and it's not mentioned in the article, but that's what they are implying....