I really do not mean to offend anyone by any means by this post, but if we, for example take a look at the state like Turkey and what many people think of Erdogan it seems to me that the history is repeating. Many people praise him, even though he's a brutal dictator who's now killing Kurdish people. I watched the YouTube video: Why is the world worried about Turkey and then I read some comments and the comments sound like as if they were written by Hitler's supporter. Just to bring you an example: "Hitler was great. The economic growth under his rule was very big. He cared for animal right's and people's health" etc… People are posting the same thing about Erdogan and other dictators. The Americans are bashing free health care and education by comparing it to the socialism. If some Americans (mostly youngsters) want college tuition and health care to be free of charge they get called "socialists" and they're like: "Look what happened to Venezuela!" But there are many great countries with free health care, social welfare and education such as Finland, Sweden, Norway, Iceland and to some extent Germany and all other European countries have free education, health care as well. Why are many American people stuck in their old way of thinking? Why don't people realise the fact that free health care eventually would be a lot cheaper and better for the society. My question is: What's wrong with the society and why are people always stuck in the old way of thinking? Why aren't people more educated, more open minded during the era that we live in? NB. By no means I wanted to start an argument or anything. It's just I've learned history a lot and it's part of my hobby (I'm especially interested in medieval times and old languages and nations), but by looking at people nowadays I feel like we haven't changed. We haven't made progress as much as we should've made by now. How do you feel about these issues?