The Constant Ailment of Hate

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How can we solve genocide and hate, I do my best to answer that here.

Submitted: April 22, 2008

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When first asked to seek and attain a solution to a monumental predicament such as genocide, one may think that it an impossible task. One must ask can I solve hate? No, hate can be found on the surface or in the depth of the soul, hate, in other words, can be found on the surface, with blunt, open hate, or ingrained in our very fiber of being, not obvious, but there, ever present and ominously watching for an opportunity to strike at the hearts of men.
 The only possible way, therefore, to find a solution to irradiate the possibility of future genocide, is to solve the flaw in humanity of murderous, despicable, hate, that distasteful sludge that is painted over the souls of men that drive them to wish an entire group of their fellow human beings destroyed, with no memory of them ever existing. This kind of hate can be infectious, spread by universal distress of a community of peoples, and as a consequence, the blame of this distress is laid on one group by that one soul with the slime of hate obvious and in the open air, and through fiery speeches to desperate ears, this soul spreads their disease. It first manifests its self as distrust, then to discrimination, and finally to mass murder, that we all know from our world history textbooks. The first step therefore to complete reconciliation for those tragedy’s past we must not only look at the pictures and emote there words, “oh, that’s so sad” or, “I think I am going to cry I can’t take any more”, to solve genocide, we must first restructure the global society. We must not only mourn tragedy, we must bathe in it, roll in it feel it, taste it, smell it, in this fashion, the future will surely not commit such horrific acts as those to which they have bore witness to, to which they have had a little taste of. The youth of the world must have a complete education in the beliefs and customs of the peoples of the world, no one thing can seem strange to that child, adult. If it does, they must revisit it.
To summarize all of this, the only solution to genocide in this world with human souls, with hate penetrating the deepest recesses of our being, we all have it to some degree, is education, continuous and reliable, if we do this we will not only change society for the better, but we will insure that the earth no longer has to bear witness to such atrocious crimes against humanity such as genocide.


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