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Clash of civilization vs. bigotry

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Submitted by Salomon Mizrahi (Brazil), Oct 2, 2012 at 22:44

Huntington forecasted a clash of civilizations. .But in fact, the plural is gone, in fact we live to see the clash between tolerance and civilization (singular) against bigotry, ignorance and involution..

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As I put it, it's the clash not between civilizations but between civilization and barbarism.

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