Riots broke out overnight in Santiago, Chile because people are fed up with the inequality in their country. They set fire to the Enel Chile building downtown (power company).

I don't think I said where I stood on this problem. I simply stated that it definitely gets the point across and that it really isn't surprising. I don't think it's a great idea for protesting. I don't agree with it. It's bad. No bueno. I'm not for the chaotic route of protesting but it's very evident people are. I was mainly saying that we shouldn't be surprised that someone is willing to take peoples lives to get a point across and I am saying that because the user said " Or just don't burn a building with people inside? Is that so hard?". I forget I have to spell it people so they don't think I'm for murder. There's a lot more I could say. Read a psychology book? Or even just look into it. Oppression. Power corruption. What lengths we will take when we are mad at someone. Our willingness to do messed up things is exacerbated when people are currently doing messed up things to us. Maybe I am wrong, I like the discussion, I just felt like I was misunderstood a bit.

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