you will find that people are actually quite clever. You will also discover that lots of people actually belong to a minority of some sort as well. A Kurd will say Turk for an easy life but probably not when you get to know him or her a little better, beyond buying souvenirs that is.
flb, there is no easy way to say this.
I had better reluctantly reveal now that I have spent a lot of time with minorities and have actually taught numerous Kurdish refugee youngsters and heard their stories of why their families became refugees - and taught minorities in England, Vietnamese youngsters and Muslims, and West Africans, West Indians, Sikhs, Indians, and Ethiopians...and worked with adults from many of those groups, and lived among many of them in England, and worked in Africa, and experienced the genuine cleverness at first hand; so I am not entirely convinced that I need any lessons from you about minorities and the complexity of the world. But thank you for your advice.