From 14th Street to any corner of the globe, we see, hear and experience hate-mongering, fear-mongering, xenophobia, racial and tribal discrimination and blistering diatribes.
Terrorism, national and international, wars and scrimmages seem endless, and often without clear motivation.
Of all the towns or cities I've lived, Amsterdam felt the safest. It no longer is according to this article.
Now a country, once the embodiment of tolerance, and often cited as liberal and left-of-center, joins the pact of pyromaniacs we call pluralists, populists or right-wing extremists.
Some examples of how hate begets hate in the United States:
Rowe on Coulter here.
Michael Seitzman on hate here.
Joseph Palermo addresses incitement to hate here.