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There are concepts in today's society that I find absolutely absurd.
For example, in an effort to be 'racially diverse' which I do support, colleges and jobs may not be open to 'white males' because their white quota has been filled.
And it doesn't matter if their grades were better than someone who did make it in or got the job.
Wait . . . what?
So the message I'm getting is that we don't want the best person for the job, just the person with the right heritage.
Aren't we all equal at this point? Isn't that the goal? So why don't people have an equal shot at getting in? I really don't care what color of skin my doctor has, as long as his/her grades were top notch.
Also, why are we competing for our kids to get into pre-school? At the age of 18 months parents are competing to get their kid into some preschool that they won't attend for two-and-a-half years!
Why do we call things 'reverse racism' if it's directed at white people? Isn't racism just racism?
And why do people go around with chips on their shoulders about something that happened 200 years ago? No one I know was born then. It's all inherited hate.
People are just people.
At least that's what we like to preach. But secretly I think we all know that it isn't how the world operates. So in the end, I don't think that people at large believe that people are just people. Except the ones who have thought this concept through.
If I wanted to, I could be all angsty because my religious heritage was/is hated on. I could join that group.
But I don't. I don't care.
Wanna know why?
Because the sins of my ancestors are not on my head. They were people, they made mistakes, their mistakes are not my mistakes.
And I give everyone that right. We are individuals and part of a greater whole. No matter what we look like. Or who our ancestors were.
We should be judged on our own merits.
The sooner we get there, the better off the world will be.