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I happened across a video that presents an example of the use of the Hegelian Dialectic. It wasn’t planned to do this. It’s message is about the fateful events in Rwanda, leading up to the mass genocide of an estimated 1 million people, the aftermath of the genocide and its attempts to improve life in Rwanda, which was one of the poorest countries in Africa. It was not meant as a story about the Hegelian Dialectic, but it is very plain to see. (Or maybe it was.)

“Cook Commissioner Richard Boykin … flew to New York on Thursday to discuss what he described as a ‘quiet genocide’ in Chicago’s black community with the U.N.’s assistant secretary-general for peacebuilding support, Oscar Fernandez-Taranco,” The Chicago Tribune reports. His bright idea? Foreign UN blue helmets patrolling American streets. “The United Nations has a track record […]