If you cannot control someone you fear, at least you can hate her.

Is it possible that the hate the immigrant receives is a result of the free-floating anger we have in this society? Anger easily coalesces into hate. The immigrant marches have given a place for people to focus their anger. That is because the immigrant is unknown, the unknown causes fear, and fear is the coalescing point. If you can’t control someone you fear, at least you can hate her.

:- Doug.

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