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  1. Defining apartheid
  2. Separation comes from ancient times
  3. The Economic Threat
  4. Apartheid and differentiations
  5. Religious Apartheid
  6. Conclusion

In the history of humanity, has been witnessed by many the exploitation of man by man, for several reasons: political ideology, religious and economic. South Africa lived many years in this system of economic exploitation, emphasizing a difference to other regions dominated, there was this exploration based on legal documents.

Blacks and mestizos, and lost all its territory could offer economically, but still had to live at predetermined locations, work in specific locations, not defy the laws, at the risk of being arrested, beaten and even killed. The right to claim all this did not exist, since it was legalized.
England and the Netherlands, more specifically, and other countries, also divided the African continent according to their interests, and after the discovery of gold and diamonds in the territory of the Transvaal and Orange, this exploitation only tends to increase, reaching be conflicts between the whites themselves that dominated the region.

It took years of resistance and courage of some people that this regime was modified in Africa, but the consequences remained, leading to famine and poverty in the territory today. Who view Africa that state dependent and third world it is, may not have any idea how rich was that continent, such a holding which she suffered.

[...] Sao Paulo: Brasiliense Comitini, Carlos. Africa burns: struggles of African peoples for freedom. Rio de Janeiro: Editora Codecri 1980. CORNEVIN, Marianne. Apartheid, power and historical falsification. Lisbon: Editions LOPES, Maria Marta. [...]

[...] The economic reason: so that production occurs in poor countries as happened in rich countries would need to provide some resources before, and these features, there are no more as the number of poor nations is much higher than the rich. Technological reason: the machine today very replaces human labor that feature does not exist in the past, this very obstacle to the participation of workers in the labor market and therefore its exclusion from participation in the national economy. [...]

[...] This type of regime that prevailed in Africa and in other similar form of local deserves above all contempt. You need people's struggle, but also the awareness of all, so that is not repeated more such injustice in the poorest regions which were submitted to the various forms of colonialism. The exploitation of man has always existed and will always exist, but from the moment she takes her rights of freedom and survival must be fought. REFERENCES BUARQUE, Cristovam. What is apartheid: the social apartheid in Brazil. [...]

[...] Religious Apartheid Currently, the religious wars take on a character of the most horrible of our world culture, among eastern countries mainly because there is a certain religious extremism, without respecting the boundaries of others. The main intolerance is with Muslims, since they are holders of enormous wealth, and their religion is also intolerant of other people, these people do not admit many attitudes not only in your country but in others it implies numerous world conflicts . In Brazil, in recent years increased the number of religious sects, because due to economic changes, the number of excluded is large and provides a playing field for new quick and immediate solutions, that is, the promise to solve all right here with God's help and do not need more of the sky to have eternal happiness. [...]

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