Apartheid

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¿What is Apartheid? Definition of apartheid History oh apartheid
MILY STEFANIA VERA QUEVEDO
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Apartheid
  1. Idea of aparteheid
    1. The idea of apartheid is based on one basic assumption about the nature of humankind. This is that the various ethnic groups, or races, that constitute humanity are essentially different from one another.
      1. For example, for many years women around the world fought to eliminate patriarchy in men since they believed they were superior to them.
    2. superiority on the part of whites
      1. In South Africa, most white people were narcissistic and racist, thinking that they were superior just because they were not black.
        1. For several years black people suffered enormous inequality by being treated as slaves and trash
      2. Social Darwinism
        1. Theory of evolution by Charles Darwin. Natural selection. ¨Survival of the fittest¨
          1. People had this fetish by believing that the stronger or more powerful it was, the more rights or importance it had.
            1. everyone lived in that lie
        2. Nazism
          1. Nationalist, racist and totalitarian political doctrine that was promoted in Germany by Adolf Hitler (German politician, 1889-1945) after the First World War, and that defended the absolute power of the State and the superiority and supremacy of the German people against the other peoples of Europe.
            1. Several cases of xenophobia against Jews for being of another religion
              1. Social conflicts for the rights of the Jews since the Nazis took away their rights, which is a breach of the law
          2. Calvinism
            1. The austere theology of the sixteenth century religious reformer John Calvin, who argued that humankind is divided between the elect, or those who have been chosen by God for salvation, and those who have been condemned to eternal damnation.
              1. various polarizations around the religious since discussions began to decide who was chosen by God and who was not
                1. Based on these two theories Nazism was popular in Europe in the first part of the 20th century.
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