Equal Rights: Reality or Fantasy?

Lately there have been a lot of people having discussions about equal rights, society’s look on it and much more.

One of the things is that there are a lot of people that still have the mentality of the time of slavery. They don’t want to accept the fact that the world changed and some people have the idea that the world is still the same as it was 500 years ago.

These people still believe that they are the upper class of the world and that they are the one’s who “made America great”, when they are the one’s who expelled the “real” people out of America. The one’s who were there from the get go and lived in peace, those were the Indians. They are the original  residents of America. Although many people want to deny the facts, it is what is the truth. The main issue for the people who live there now is that if “real” residents would be given what they deserve, they can’t tell their children about Christopher Columbus, the great “white” man who discovered America. which means that they would have to tell their children how he scared away the Indians and killed many, for his own benefit.

Another thing is that there is a group of people who strongly believe that they are the one’s who own the world and that nobody can take that away from them. They think that everything they do and everyone they meet should be seen as a miracle in life and that they shouldn’t be bothered with “the common human being”. They are convinced of the fact that they are the “perfect” person and that is one of the things that makes the world just a little less pretty, because they don’t think they need to think about their fellow human beings, which is a shame.

On the other hand there are still a lot of “black” people who have what we call a “slave-mentality”. Which means they think that they still need to listen to the “white” men and that they still need to let people use and abuse them. Those things are also an issue, because if I can’t see myself as a free human being, it doesn’t matter who says it to me or what society says about me being free. I will still think the same and that is what they don’t understand. If society tells me that I am a free man, but I can’t see myself doing what i want, without the oppression of the “white” men, then what is the point of a free human being.

There are people who don’t think that it is necessary for us to educate our children in the knowledge of how life could/would be if we would all treat everyone the way they deserve. If we would give our children a good education and a good example, without the oppressed truth, but the real truth, then we have a change of making the world a better place for them. Because just as the “white” man, the “black” men also has parts of their history that they don’t want to share or acknowledge in life.

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War On Cops?

 

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The only thing you hear on the news, social media etc. these days is “War on cops”.

i am not one to judge, but i think that this should be discussed. There has never been said to be a war on cops, that is what the media is making out of it. Why would we want more people to die, when we know how it feels to lose someone close to us or close to our loved one’s?  We know what it does to us and the people around us.

I would like to point out that there are 64 police deaths vs. 639 civilian deaths this year so far. Which means that there are 9.98 times more civilians being killed then police officers. So with that being said, how is it that the media is saying “War On Cops” ???

Now don’t get me wrong. I’m not saying that the lives of the cops don’t matter as much as the life of the civilian, we are all people, regardless of our occupation. I just want to point out that the media is making this a a game, so they can get their money out of it, not caring if it is about real lives or not.

The media is acting as if the only people dying are the cops and we are responsible for it. So they portray us as the one committing a crime, but when it actually happens they act as if they never thought of it that way. Instead they tell us that the person who committed the crime was a “bad” person or something like that.

There has been several news reporters who gave their own opinion during a live broadcast, while they are supposed to be giving an impartial overview of the situation. Which means WITHOUT affecting the judgement/opinion of the viewer. Yet they are not getting a warning or even someone that tells them that they can’t do that. They just get to live their lives, while they May have, not saying it always happens, ruined the person’s life.

Just as the police giving out a photo to the public of the possible shooter of the Dallas shooting. the man who’s picture was spread on the internet will have to live with the consequences for the rest of his life. I’m not saying that they aren’t allowed to make mistakes, they are people too, but if you don’t know for sure, than why do it??? They have to pay him a amount of money and that’s it. If it was someone putting a hunt on the head of a police officer, the person would have been punished way worse.

But let me know what you think about it and how you see it.

#AllLivesShouldMatter

So we’re officially going back to the time of slavery? That’s what is happening?

It’s funny though how much people I’ve seen commenting on pictures saying “There aren’t that much black people on earth”. So why, if there aren’t that much people on earth, are these people the ones that get the punches the most??? For robbing, stealing, killing, whatever it is. Don’t get me wrong, I know that it happens, but let’s see it this way.

If a whole nation was telling you that you and you’re children aren’t worthy of food, clothes and other necessities and no one would help you, what would you do to survive?

It’s funny how we get taught something and later on get punished for practicing that same thing we learned.

How come there has to be so much aggressive behavior for one simple thing: acceptense

If you want to say that all lives aren’t the same and that their is a group of people, who can’t do anything about the color of skin they are born with, that doesn’t deserve to be treated equally, then maybe you should start with this self-absorbed ego of yours.

People always tend to forget the things they get from one another, when it isn’t beneficial for them anymore.

Why should I be punished for doing something that you don’t like, but is normal to me? We were obviously raised a different way, we have been thought different traditions, there is nothing wrong with that. Just because your family has a different nationality then mine, doesn’t mean we should hate eachother.

We want the world to be a better place, but we don’t work on it ourselves.  We just expect it to happen, without any influence of us what so ever.

You don’t see that the world we make so aggressive, is the same eorld your children have to live and grow up in?

We should not only make black lives matter, but also the White, Hispanic, Indian, young, old and all the other lives, because “All lives should matter”