Adapted from the book chapter, “Bigotry, Class Warfare and Tactics of Divisiveness More Exploitation of America”.
I have truly never seen such racial divisiveness as in the last 6-7 years. Racism is not a pandemic - it is now more often used to divide a group of people by sensationalizing the non-issues - and exposing the race card serves that purpose. Unfortunately, racism is legitimate and it will never be erased - as long as humans have emotions and false judgment (prejudice). It has been very distressing to see this beast raise its ugly head, particularly by those that have tasked themselves with ending it. They are false prophets.
Racism is not the only bias of humankind. Bigotry is more accurate.
What is bigotry? It is making a person’s own opinions or preferences greater than another’s due to a real or perceived difference in a personal trait. The most common form is racism, which is any detrimental or preferential treatment of a person of ethnicity or ethnic group because of their race. There is no other definition – for good or bad, it is to use ethnicity for a purpose. Observations have shown that racism only becomes an issue when other efforts to overcome an obstacle are fruitless, and it is the racist that first makes it an issue.
Bigotry will exist as long as humans do. Bigotry is any defining characteristic prejudiced for or against a person or group. This includes race, gender, religion, sexual orientation, age and other personal and class characteristics that are of birth and not of choice.
Fifty years ago, the current purveyors of socialism did not support equality. Their position has changed and the socialists have reared the ugly head of racism that fifty years ago they did not embrace solutions to. I submit that there are two reasons issues of bigotry become themes of campaigns, politics and rhetoric: 1) Continues the divisiveness needed to feed the disparity of socioeconomic classes; and 2) Vote pandering.
Bigotry, for decades, has been politicized and used for personal gain. Civil rights groups that elevated the issues of bigotry to the public awareness have since twisted their success, also becoming politicized and polarizing by their emotional hags and part of the Parasitic Cult. Many are as full of bigotry as those they crushed – and now crush those that aided their successes.
The use of illegal immigrant labor is bigotry. The politicizing of illegal immigrant labor for the economic benefit of another is bigotry. The politicizing of workplace conditions to the economic benefit of another is bigotry. The politicizing of race for the economic benefit of another is bigotry. The largest minority in our Country, the world, is the individual. That is the core issue – we are all individuals, and to make any decisions based on a personal characteristic that is not by personal choice is bigotry.
I hold no concerns of a person’s race, sex, religion, nationality, sexual preference or other personal trait. I judge by character. To hold views against a radical faction of a group is also not bigotry. This also applies to race, gender, religion, sexual orientation, age and other personal and class characteristics that are of birth and not of choice. The ‘radical’ transforms these to characteristic traits and removes them from the person or class traits.
Activism regarding race, sex, religion, sexual orientation and all other class characteristics have been polarizing and self-serving to the leadership of the radical groups pushing a politicized agenda. More importantly, this is at the expense of the individual and group they purport to represent. It is extortion by exploitation.
The days of organizations that promote a class characteristic above all others is not equality – it is bigotry. Those organizations, from civil rights activists to divisive associations (i.e. racial beauty pageants or men only clubs) are more divisive than beneficial and have taken the low road for the high cause of equality. To promote the use of bigotry as a means to an end is unacceptable and it is time to cease the unwarranted attention. The victims of these groups are those they purport to protect and advance.
Like immigration and labor, our Country is a melting pot of persons of different personal and class characteristics. We cannot and should not change the person, we are all who we are and change can only come from within. We can change how we address the relevant issues of bigotry by first dissolving those that promote it as a means to keep the historical wounds fresh.
When you hear a pundit or activist speak of how a race acts or reacts to an issue, or asks how a race will be affected, that is bigotry. We can all work to end this by refusing to sensationalize based on bigotry, while not forgetting that it does exist and not condone it.
For some, racism is like cancer - some feel the drug companies could cure it but will not, in order to make a profit. The same could be said for racial activists.
Dean A. Beers, American Patriot
author and speaker
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