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Cancel culture

 The hardest thing in our times is to have an opinion and want to share it.

With all the fake news spread around, you can see who of your social media "friends" share similar opinions like you and who not.

You can also learn what people living in different countries think about the current political situation.

After you had observed and read things, you have the hardest decision to make. Should you cancel people who don't share your beliefs, should you try to educate them or maybe try to see their point of view too and accept them?

In war times, it is hard to understand the opinions of others and sometimes you must ignore them. So who can we create a better world with all the cancel culture?

Maybe the era of globalisation is over and we will now go back to our own bubble, country and tribe and refuse to speak to each other.

What a world will that be?



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