"Bob, though the research on wolves was ultimately proven to be wrong within a wolf pack, it was/is true about wolves/dogs brought together from different packs. As was observed in the zoo setting or my own home, or even the neighbourhood before all dogs had to be contained, there were/are always fights amongst the dominant males/females to find order."
"As I observed in my childhood, within my pigeon coop, there was one dominant cock, who bred with the most fertile hen. Eventually age caught up with him, and his son beat the hell out of him one spring, then took over his mother as his mate, as she was still the most fertile hen."
He's right. When strange dogs are bought together, they'll jockey for position. How does this apply to humans? Think that left-wing monstrosity know as multiculturalism. For that matter, open borders. Strangers from different countries and societies will never, ultimately, get along with each other.
I've raised dogs. The puppies fit right in my family instantly and I never had a problem with them. The abused adults I'd had never quite fit in and were never normal. It took me up a year to get them to stop biting me, to the point they laid my skin open. That's the difference between humans raised together and those who weren't.
As for the pigeons....we have an animal nature. The purpose of civilized society is to transcend or repress the bad part. Animals don't operate by our morality. To them, murder, mutilation, and theft is normal (chimpanzees will rip out eyes and testicles). To uncivilized humans, murder, theft and disloyalty are normal. For us, we can have no civilization under those circumstances. We end up having to kill or imprison our most disorderly citizens.
Civilization sits on top of our animal nature. It's supposed to be about the minimum order to assure we have maximum freedom - and that comes, ultimately, not from government but from society. Yet, government always ends up destroying society. That's the rub, as always.
People, unfortunately, have contrary tendencies - they want to be free, and at the same time want to be a slave. You can't have it both ways.