Friday, July 5, 2013

The American Apartheid Movement Needs To Be Stopped

The majority of Republicans may not agree, but if that is true then, they need to tell the extremists that their lunacy is not acceptable because today's Republican leaders in government have become "The American Apartheid Movement" and must be handled the same way Nelson Mandela did in Africa and Gandhi did in India. Protest and resistance through civil disobedience. In Indiana, North Carolina, and Texas people have marched out into the street at the state legislatures to demand their laws be returned to democratic establishment instead of the "apartheid style" fascism that was attempted.

I am going to establish a new grassroots movement entitled "The Anti-'American Apartheid' Movement" or perhaps "The American Anti-Apartheid Movement"  We are not necessarily Democrats and don't fall into the category of liberals (which implies "opinion based thinking") although we may agree more with non-conservatives, although what we seek and aspire to is the actual truth, based on facts and that is the middle, not left or right. We don't abide, endorse, or agree with any form of discrimination of people based on race, religion, sex, or sexual orientation - since discrimination is wrong and is what allows fascism, dictatorships, apartheid, and all other manner of human rights crimes to exist and thrive. We see some that try to say discriminating against their form of discrimination is wrong and we won't validate their stupidity and hatefulness for any reason no matter what the excuse/excuses. We totally disagree with the idea that anyone's bigotry, resentment, or hate is "the right kind".

In closing, the more intelligent and educated one is, the less that that person can believe in racism. Racism is built on following authoritarian leadership and the more one studies injustice, the more they see the stupidity in trying to rationalize it. The true backbone of racism and all other discrimination is uninformed fear. Those capable of critical thinking don't base their opinions on uninformed fear.

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