Andrey (azangru) wrote,

(C)opied from Reddit

That last sentence is a sentiment belonging somewhere in the age of Enlightenment — or possibly even in ancient Greece (I don't remember whether the ancients expressed it). She clearly is trying to say that no particular group is inherently bad, and that bad people come from various backgrounds; but, curiously, she uses the word ignorance rather than something like evil. As if it's only the want of knowledge that makes people bad.


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