We have seen hate groups come and go in society but none have been able to sack a capital like they have in the past year. Hate is a disease brewing in our hometowns for decades and only now have they entered our collective conscious. Each challenge becomes an opportunity to learn and do something new so we can move past this era of cultural confusion. This is what I have learned from grinding against those who think in terms of hate. 1.) False Sense of Importance: There is a belief of importance that is based in their perception of what it means to be an American, a heightened sense of entitlement, and a belief in their elevated value. While value may be judge more accurately using appropriate metrics, such groups don't work off logic and instead delve into misperception. 2. Dysfunctional Group Identity: Such groups have an ethnocentric and distorted group identity around identity pieces like race, sports, social clubs, politics, etc... Sometimes they can be both, for example
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