Posts Tagged ‘ inferiority complex ’

Toxic Effects of Inferiority Complex (III)

Jan 25th, 2013 | By | Category: Latest, Pakistan, World
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In South Africa there are two million whites against almost thirteen million native people, and it has never occurred to a single black to consider himself superior to a member of the white minority.– Frantz Fanon The feeling of inferiority of the colonized is the correlative to the European’s feeling of superiority. Let us have […]



Historical Roots of Inferiority Complex (II)

Jan 23rd, 2013 | By | Category: Latest, Religion, World
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Colonial Invasion & State Structures. Loss of self-confidence in Muslims is justifiably related to defeats on the battlegrounds at the hands of west. But a military defeat is not enough to enslave hearts and minds, as it can be an impetus for revenge. Today Muslims are envious of West’s power, which proves the fact that […]



Inferiority Complex And The Disease Known as Civilization (I)

Jan 21st, 2013 | By | Category: Latest, Pakistan, World
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I am talking of millions of men who have been skillfully injected with fear, inferiority complexes, trepidation, servility, despair, abasement. —Aimé Césaire, Discours sur le Colonialisme The independence movements in colonies and protectorates came into being, not through a return to indigenous values on the part of those concerned, but through the absorption of occidental […]



The greatness of purpose, Malcolm X

Feb 23rd, 2012 | By | Category: Latest, Social, World
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Some men are great, some are remembered and some go on to live forever in the minds of millions. Alexander was great but what did he do but conquer lands? Einstein was a genius but what did he do but lead humanity to its worst nightmare, i.e. the nuclear bomb?  Many philosophers are believed to […]



The Complexity of inferiority

Jul 5th, 2011 | By | Category: Social
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When I was eight years old, my family returned to Pakistan from the United States and a lot of  things in the world suddenly changed for me. I remember (and my relatives won’t ever let me forget) that one of my very first statements was, “Why is everything broken?”. I’m pretty sure, I meant to […]



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