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Isn't it as simple (and hard) as that?

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Submitted by Brad Cox (United States), Nov 9, 2008 at 20:08

As someone who grew up under segregation, and reflecting on Obama recent victory, this protest is a pretty good summary of the recipe that was followed here. Quit killing each other, learn to share and get along. Of course, we weren't suffering under poisonoous ideals like a "Jewish State" vs an "Islamic State", which boil down in the end as the "right" to persecute the other. We'd probably be about where Israel is today, involved in an unsolvable struggle. If the U.S. doesn't suit as an example, use South Africa.

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