Our New Dark Age of Rage

I find it strange that people feel the need to find another people to hate.

Minding the Workplace


When it comes to emotions driving so much of our public discourse and individual decision making these days, rage seems to be all the rage. Anger and vitriol expressed face-to-face and online are often overcoming calmer, kinder, more reasoned voices, sometimes with harsh and even tragic consequences.

Last month, security officers at the Cincinnati Zoo had to kill a beloved gorilla after a young boy had found his way into the animal’s living space. Angry public outcry emerged from certain circles, with some even claiming that the animal should’ve been spared at the expense of the boy.

On June 12, a man apparently fueled by both homophobia and ISIS-inspired rage killed 49 people and injured 53 others at an Orlando nightclub.

Last week, a slight majority of British voters, many of whom were stoked by angry resentment toward immigrants and outsiders, voted for their country to leave the European Union…

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2 thoughts on “Our New Dark Age of Rage

  1. Aidan J. Reid July 1, 2016 / 4:26 pm

    Some people have too much time on their hands. I had to switch off from social media after the referendum results. Too many keyboard jockeys.

    • mooretosay July 1, 2016 / 4:51 pm

      Unfortunately it is easy to site hate from the safety of the digital world.

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