A Respectable U.S. Educational Entity Ignores Crimes & Human Rights Violations and Rushes to Visit Sites in Occupied Cyprus
Aristide D. Caratzas
Special to The National Herald
One of the recurring questions about human nature has to do with the response (or lack thereof) of ordinary, normal, even distinguished people, to extraordinarily evil circumstances. For example, the question has been asked why so few people reacted to the abominations committed by the German National Socialists or the Soviet Communists. Usually most people, especially those who had an inkling of the crimes that were taking place, created elaborate denial strategies in order to be able to continue with the normal rhythms of daily existence.
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