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And that suggests to me, that fact suggests to me, some of the dimensions of the crisis, which we now face.

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How can I put this?

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I was trying to suggest before, that what the country has done to one tenth of its citizens, has had a disastrous effect the country.

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It is obviously, or maybe it's not so obvious, this seems to be a controversial point.

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Well, it seemed to me obvious.

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That if you are intending to establish, to live in, to create a democracy.

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It will seem obvious to me that you have a responsibility all of your citizens.

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It would seem obvious to me, that any son, any native son or daughter.

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Has all the rights that any other native son or daughter has.

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It is bad enough, for us not to be so.

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That's bad enough.

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But what is really much worse.

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Is a sister, of lies, ovation and naked oppression, designed to pretend it isn't so.

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It is one thing, really, is one thing to club a kid half to death or to death.

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That's bad enough.

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But it's quite another thing, to then be told, you the survivor, the hypothetical survivor.

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To then be told,

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