There is no evil in our world. Evil is defined by the people who are outside of our morals. There is no right or wrong except what we perceive as correct. A lot of people define their morals through their religion, others define it as what is best for them, and others just treat people the way they want to be treated. But I believe our morals are defined by our environment that we grow up in. Parents, friends, situations, emotions; these all define our morals and determine who we think is considered evil. But even the people we label as evil are told that we are evil or are outside what is best for our society. We think the best way of getting rid of evil is eliminating them, or removing them from our lives. But maybe another way would to view a person's perspective. To shift your own perception and try to be empathetic towards even your enemy.
We always consider that we are right and that other's are wrong. But I always try to see other's perspective and understand where they are coming from. I am not perfect, and it is my own insecurity about being labeled that makes me want to pursue this perception. I don't believe we live in a world where someone who is told all their lives that I am evil makes them evil or me right in my own reality. I don't think I can possibly know the answers or be powerful enough to determine who is evil. If we can figure out what creates these barriers instead of create physical barriers due to these psychological barriers we aren't making things any easier for us. We need to break barriers and never create an evil group, but instead assume they have a reason for being different or standing up against what other's believe. It isn't an attack, it is a different opinion.