Is Prejudice A Real Thing Or Are People Just Overreacting

Every day more and more stories come out about prejudice impacting people’s lives, but are the stories true? Look for yourself and come to your own conclusion.

Not being treated the same by police, is that prejudice?

Pepper sprayed an 84 year old defenseless woman in her own home who had committed no crime:
White supremacist mass murderer, killed nine people during a church prayer service. The coward fled the scene and was caught during an all-out manhunt. Was gently arrested with no shots fired and was taken to Burger King to get him some food after he stated he was hungry.

Not having gun rights, is that prejudice?

Not being allowed to work, is that prejudice?

Being denied a place in history, is that prejudice?

Lied about in the media, is that prejudice?

Criminal activity not treated equally, is that prejudice?

Eyewitness testimony, is he describing prejudice?

Kids feeling worthless in society, is this because of prejudice?

Lack of nutritious food, is this a result of prejudice?

What do you think, does prejudice exist?

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  1. It seems that more often than not, the language is flipped to benefit some rather than allow all.

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    • Is that true for these? The one that I find most challenging is “Not being allowed to work, is that prejudice?”. The guy in that video was arrested almost 70 times for trespassing while taking out the garbage for the store he worked in.

      To recap, the police arrested him for being at work. That’s a fine almost every week that he had to pay to keep his job.

      Does this qualify?

      The other videos are all equal tough circumstances that I am having trouble getting past.

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  2. It’s always been about money, influence and power, and it will remain the same. No matter what anyone says, their desire to be rich and powerful is why they continue to separate us.

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    • I agree. It’s sound logic, I would even go further and say its driven by money with everything else as a byproduct.

      But these videos are disturbing. The one with the 80 year old woman seems outside of logic.

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      • Yeah, then again, are these people’s experiences used to propagate a bigger agenda? Since they are never viewed as singular in experience or singular in happening.

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      • The spin is put against the mass while the perpetrator is granted ignorance based on skin color or whatever else they can stereotype them as, thereby persecute everyone, rather than treat The perpetrator as a single person.

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        • Agreed. This is why I like these new groups that have formed to address the cause. The guy from the store is now in a class action lawsuit. The store owner paid to bring in cameras and filmed the officers breaking the law by arresting the store clerk. Outside groups have come in to organize legal action.

          In another town the entire police force was removed after a lawsuit caused the town budget to go bankrupt for violating rights. The police involved were then prosecuted.

          You are right, the people who cause these problems have to be targeted and removed and the towns that support such disgusting behavior need to pay. This way the rest of us who are not part of it don’t have to suffer under it.

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          • I wouldn’t say targeted or removed from a town. Social justice as a whole has been rather perverse, forever.


            • I tend to let the court system make the final decision. If they take the town to court then the court will only punish the town if the law has been broken.

              Loss of money tends to promote change. I believe this is the best approach to the problem. Use the court system we already have in place, prosecute the wrong doers, and fine those who will not end bad behavior.

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  3. How do I delete an old embarrassing comment?

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  4. 💜 Basically We ALL Have Psychiatric Deficiency, , EveryOne; if We have a Position of Perceived Authority the Psychiatric Deficiency is inflated (for example “The Knee”; at least he turned himself in with Guilt and Remorse) and WE GET VIOLENT!!! either as an Individual, a Nation or even a Planet (The ‘Indepence Day’ movies 🎬 ARE a Reality)…in summary EveryBody “prejudice” is foundationed in Our UpBringing; for example a Ku Klux Klan “White Supremacist” father met a black lady mother in a hospital while both were nervously waiting on reports about their kids from medical staff, he quit the Klan and formed a friendship with her


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  5. Racist/xenophobic sentiment is typically handed down generation to generation. If it’s deliberate, it’s something I strongly feel amounts to a form of child abuse: to rear one’s impressionably very young children in an environment of overt bigotry — especially against other ethnicities and races.

    Not only does it fail to prepare children for the practical reality of an increasingly diverse and populous society and workplace, it also makes it so much less likely those children will be emotionally content or (preferably) harmonious with their multicultural and multi-ethnic/-racial surroundings.

    Children reared into their adolescence and, eventually, young adulthood this way can often be angry yet not fully realize at precisely what. Then they may feel left with little choice but to move to another part of the land, where their own ethnicity/race predominates, preferably overwhelmingly so.

    If not for themselves, parents then should do their young children a big favor and NOT pass down onto their very impressionable offspring such bigoted feelings and perceptions (nor implicit stereotypes and ‘humor,’ for that matter). Ironically, such rearing can make life much harder for one’s own children. …

    While there’s research through which infants demonstrate a preference for caregivers of their own ethnicity/race, any future such biases and bigotries generally are environmentally acquired. Such adult sentiments are often cemented by a misguided yet strong sense of entitlement, perhaps also acquired from one’s environment.

    Maybe this social/societal problem could be proactively prevented by allowing young children to become accustomed to other ethnicities/races in a harmoniously positive manner. The earliest years are typically the best time to instill and even solidify positive social-interaction life skills/traits into a very young brain/mind. And one can imagine this would also be particularly important to achieve within one’s religious community.


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