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The Caliban Regime- Axis of evil?

Summary: Albert Einstein once stated, "Racism is the worst disease from which ... human history suffers." Racism is part of human history. Although humans cannot understand their feeling on the issue, some primordial sense of fear rises in them when they approach an unknown element. People seem to congregate in tribes, perhaps initially a means of survival, and when they encounter an alien, they innately seek to either make it their own or destroy it. By attempting to assimilate all foreign entities into one's world, a person can establish an unerring sense of security or even power in his or her reality. Therefore, as history has proven, those capable of conquering other cultures are more apt to survive as they have a stronger sense of self. In The Tempest, William Shakespeare explores the origins of slavery and its effects on his and several other worlds.
The Caliban Regime

Axis of Evil"

Albert Einstein once stated, "Racism is the worst disease from which ... human history suffers." Racism is part of human history. Although humans cannot understand their feeling on the issue, some primordial sense of fear rises in them when they approach an unknown element. People seem to congregate in tribes, perhaps initially a means of survival, and when they encounter an alien, they innately seek to either make it their own or destroy it. By attempting to assimilate all foreign entities into one's world, a person can establish an unerring sense of security or even power in his or her reality. Therefore, as history has proven, those capable of conquering other cultures are more apt to survive as they have a stronger sense of self. In The Tempest, William Shakespeare explores the origins of slavery and its effects on...

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