Mananeeya Eknathji says : The Western ideology of the social life speaks of the survival of the fittest. If this is strictly followed, then it will lead the cosmos into a chaos. The Law of the jungle, viz. 'might is right' will prevail and life will become distorted and meaningless. Our great seers of the ancient period realized the fact that differences, variations, gradations are the laws of nature and therefore, everybody, whether weak or strong, had an equal right to live in this world. The Westerners, wherever they went with the principle of life for the fittest, have exterminated the tribes and communities and have caused massacres and bloodshed. It never occurred in India, as the life itself was based on the eternal values of a perennial philosophy, firm like a rock unshaken in any cyclone. The Westerners denied the right of existence to those primitive tribes, as according to them, the uncultured and the uncivilized brutes had no reason to live on this earth. Indians accepted everybody's right to live.
When the missionaries came to Africa they had the Bible and we had the land. They said "Let us pray." We closed our eyes. When we opened them, we had the Bible and they had the land.