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On 06/20/01 13:33, Robin Faichney said this-
>It is simply to say that all supremacist traditions deserve to die,
>regardless of the culture of which they are part.
Indeed - _if_ we can actually separate the supremacist tradition from the
culture at all. It appears to me that this supremacism _is_ the core of
many cultures, especially tribalistic ones.
The supremacist traditions tied at all points to a culture are legion,
>As to whether there's anything of value in threatened cultures, the
>parallel with threatened ecosystems is exact: we just don't know, and
>if they're allowed to disappear will never find out.
One man's supremacy is another man's dodo bird.
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