An article written by Lee Sonogan
Note: Content of this article will feature on ENTERTAINMENT CULTURE ONLINE under the book There’s No Such Thing As A Utopia (First Draft) done in parts. – With this being in effect due to the coronavirus I might as will let it be inspirational for my political book…
When you deal with ‘topics’ – race, white versus black – you’re not separating from the pack. You’re doing what everybody else is doing. – Kevin Hart
Going in-depth on racism for the first time so strap yourself in if easily offended. My perspective first and foremost is racism simply goes away when people stop engaging in talking about. The interpretation of what is hatred between intent has gotten out of control where anything is justified. Then, in the end, results in the masses demand for each niche concept to be represented and never challenged is weakening the overall debate on moving forward.
History has many cases of morally questionable methods in the pursuit of power. Why label it for argument sake when it is clearly something no one in the right mind would agree to today. Weak points such as identity politics only muddle the waters as the allegories of their meanings are too subjective. When people take on the most peaceful way to live with treating people as nice as they treat you than a foundation making the label of racism so strong will lose all-purpose.
Liberals see racism where it doesn’t exist, fabricate it when they can’t find it and ignore it within their own ranks. – Michelle Malkin
Also, conservatives are guilty of debates using all sorts of fallacies. In brainwashing and non-objective propaganda, race topics have their own brands in race topics. The third world countries with more brutal crimes are being mimicked in the triggers of those in better standards of living. To remark about being pro equally, the anonymous obsession of personal preferences has incentivized to stretch out the individual beyond what is considered to work out in the long run.
Why does my skin colour, my sexual preference and my gender mean that I can’t get those positions? – Isaac Butterfield
Then there’s a double edge sword with what people are not trending about other real situations that could be a form of racism. Such as universities highering the scores people from China need, to affirmative action. The reverse rants of people who say one thing and seem more racist as the other. The forces at play keep going into subcategories evolving colourful terminology in their language
Diversity is a good thing although is there such thing as too much of it? More tribalistic groups that avoid getting to the truth of the other sides. Attaching emotional comparisons to their experience and new order in autopilot results in these forms of resentment behaviour.
In conclusion, I choose to believe racism does not exist because it is an idea that overcomes such an unnecessary way to live life. Why do some first impressions always lead to a narrow way of thought and expression? I have not seen someone who is 100% racist before in reality or online where the word racist had displayed such hyper woke and aware alertness that it was that important in the first place.