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yeah, years ago,

I was actually kinda floored when I initially found out during my elementary school years that some of my distant Jewish family members and friends had multi-generational families in South Africa, during the height of Apartheid; I just assumed, considering history, it'd be abominable to live in a country where such institutional segregation was going on when the same happened to them pre-1944; insofar as in comparison to American segregation, they had no choice (people were born here), but those who immigrated to S. Africa fled TO S. Africa during the Apartheid era (granted, each family's situations vary, and it's never really clear black & white, and perhaps the circumstances of the alternative wasn't much better, from their POV).

Then again, I had Indian (as in India Indians) friends who also had families living in S. Africa, during the same period. Apparently S. Africans practiced a racist color gradation hierarchy among various races/vestiges of UK colonial-era.

Think that's when I began to truly question certain, more morally 'grayish' dynamics... still, the sense of historical hypocrisy was seared into my memory, for certain.

Predictions in due Time...
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