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    On Feb 1, 2011 Catherine Todd wrote:

    I can understand the part about the elephant poo: that's essentially what we will be doing when we build houses and schools with used tires and plastic water bottles filled with sand or dirt. That's all to the good, certainly.

     

    But you also wrote: "Catherine, for any solution to be found, you will have to find unity with those who are the perceived victims, and those who are the perceived perpetrators. It is a partial view that sees one as good and not the other."

     

    How do I find unity with people who tried to kill me or destroy me or harm me in some way? HOW TO DO THAT? What am I supposed to see as "good" in that? Are the Nazi Jew survivors supposed to see "good" in their captors?


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