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Old 14.01.2015, 10:48
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Re: France: Charlie Hebdo Office shootings

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1) Non-racist pointing out cultural differences and negative aspects of some cultures = good, since driven by a concern for the greater good of everyone.

2) Racist pointing out cultural differences and negative aspects of some cultures = bad, since driven by a hatred of the foreigner/immigrant.

What they have in common is that both hate those who oppose the common good.

The common good, of course, is often just a euphemism for the the point of view of whoever happens to be speaking.

If the trueness of a (non personal) statement depends on who is speaking it, that sort of goes against the concept of all men being equal.
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