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Assuming people’s characters, judging them by their ethnic, or any other group’s derivation, isn’t the only source of open conflicts. It also results in further social dissents. It’s a self-fulfilling prophecy. The longer African-american people were excluded from American society, the longer they have exercised and fixed their antisocial behaviours. The more a sense of harm was grown and shared among them, the harder it is now for them, to function in a modern day society properly. So they awake suspicion and resentment. And at last they find themselves in a situation, where it’s a common thing to be killed

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Being a stranger means being unfamiliar. Being somewhat different because of a certain feature. What kind of feature? Well, it could be anything. Sometimes it’s the way people talk, their slow thinking, different views, praying in a different manner or having different preferences. Very often it’s the looks, an outfit, a hairstyle, maybe really strange makeup, a tattoo or a scar. There is countless number of characteristics with which one can tell difference between two people, including identical twins. As many characteristics, as there only in a human being are. At the same time we are all homo sapiens, we

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I was listening to the speeches summing up the preliminary recent local government election results and I felt this inner wave of discontent, my whole being protesting. None of the leaders was even pretending to be concerned with electors or tasks ahead of them. They spoke only about winning and defeating the opponent….wait a minute, what’s going on? So I’m giving you my vote (and my trust), so that you can “win and defeat”? Those most important to me (being local) elections, that have potential to make my functioning in the neighbourhood easier, are reduced to be just a symptom

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