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    • Richard
    • 06.01.14 | 10:17 (IST)

    The only thing that threatens democracy, freedom, equality and fraternity is the individual who subscribes to labels such as jew, christian, muslim etc. and by doing so creates a divide between himself.herself and the rest of the 'human' society. You want to see yourself as a enlightened, educated being, but yet you revel in primitive tribal culture in order to sustain a fragile and neurotic ego. No one will accept or be able to live in peace with anyone who who blatantly states "I am different than you and need special consideration". The world is obviously sick of the narcissistic values these religions have induced into the global human society and the wars and conflict it has produced over the course of human history. It is easy to blame those that retaliate with signs and other propaganda, but much more difficult to analyze the root cause which hides it's ugly head right within your own actions, which cause these effects.

    from the article: Look behind you, Europe: The quenelle's odor is unmistakable
    First published 05:46 06.01.14 | Last updated 15:51 05.01.14
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