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Dynamic features of "racism"

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Submitted by Nuray (Portugal), Nov 29, 2005 at 15:17

Hi Everybody,

I don't see the reason why some people are so eager to add dynamic features to "racism", which seems a favorite motivation to insult or kill others. The idea is simple; Destroy others without any justified reason. No room for feeling guilty. Muslims are just temporary victims. What is that all about? "More targets more success" strategy?

This is a shame for mankind. We are supposed to be more peaceful people at 21st century. The idea of burning witches is given up why not racism. Let's wait a few more centuries.

Nuray
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