Double standards of morality
The application of two standards of morality, usually one for the social group which sets the standards and another for those outside the group, encourages exploitation of other social groups and violence or otherwise immoral conduct against them. This may include racism, religious intolerance, sexual exploitation of women, and discrimination.
Our world has sprouted a weird concept of security and a warped sense of morality. Weapons are sheltered like treasures and children are exposed to incineration. (Bertrand Russell).