This clip is a great reminder that governments and laws (and sometimes what seems like common sense) can be some of the most racist and disrespectful principles that we employ. It's not until we have true personal freedom that we can live in a world without crime and without fear and injustice. Values, of course, must be taught at all levels of growing up, including schools, clubs, social and familial groups. Without freedom and an organic value system we will continue to flounder in our development as a species.
It's that dark place I go back to from time to time, hopefully less often as I get older, but I still find myself there, especially during the grindiest of grindiest work grinds. You know what I'm talking about, don't you? When colleagues are all on edge, fed up with one another, fed up with the monotony, the routine, acting on their spite, their envy, usually passive aggressively, but acting on it nevertheless. A feeding frenzy of civilized adults occurs. We become sharks with cold, dark hearts, dead eyes. Get out of the tar pit and bask in the spring sun. Feel the warmth. Radiate. Glow.