Social Justice Warriors and Bubonic Plague – LewRockwell
Posted by Martin C. Fox on March 31, 2017
Groups hate each other, firstly, the greater their proximity. Secondly, the more they differ from one another, and, thirdly, the more power one has over another or the greater the apparent superiority of one over the other. The result is a spectrum of hostility running from surliness to severed heads.
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