This is not hard, but so many people do not get it, especially the “social justice” Left.
If you believe “Hate is the problem” you are part of the solution.
If you believe “THEIR hate is the problem,” you are part of the problem.
Let me state that another way:
If you are part of Dr. King’s “Dream” and you judge people by the content of their character (and other merits), you are part of the solution.
If you are not part of that dream and you judge people on the color of their skin (or gender, etc.), to assign either inferiority or “privilege,” you are part of the problem.
Continue reading “Part of the Solution? Or the Problem?”
I’m sorry for not posting for the last two months. For some reason the resolution provided by the midterms just put my political spark right out. Either that or I have been Twitter-addicted… I am committed to posting something new at least twice a week, so please check back or follow me on Twitter if you are interested in what I have to say. Thanks.
Hello? The main plot of Harper Lee’s iconic novel revolves around a false rape accusation, and the main message was essentially not to judge a book by its cover (mostly race in this case). But despite generations of avid readers, “Anti-racism” and “anti-sexism” are now the new racism and sexism. Atticus Finch would never deprive someone of a human right like presumption of innocence based on their race or gender. Maybe they thought it took place in an alternate universe…
1 originating in and characteristic of a particular region or country; native (often followed by to)
As a white person who is indigenous to the United States of America, I wish all my fellow natural born citizens a happy Indigenous Peoples’ Day!
But that makes me wonder, why does the pro-immigrant Left think it is progressive to celebrate native, natural born citizens over immigrant ones?