posted on Oct, 1 2017 @ 08:45 AM
Welcome to 2017.
The best thing to do is to walk away. These "people" are delusional and, IMO, completely insane.
"Racist" once meant someone who judged others negatively based only on their race or place of origin. It was a problem at one time; I am old enough to
remember it. But so many have grown beyond that definition of racism that those who made a living off fighting it had to broaden the definition. Now,
"racist" means "you said something I don't agree with and I'm not smart enough to debate you about it."
My philosophy is simple when it comes to this issue. I tend to place people into one of two categories. Those who show some kind of intelligent
thought I classify as people. Those who don't, I classify as human animals... incapable of independent thought, incapable of forethought, incapable of
comprehending anything that might challenge their beliefs. I see these second group all the time: the fool who speeds like a maniac until he is 100
feet from a red light that has been red for 30 seconds, then slams on the brake, is a human animal. There is no forethought. There is only that which
appears in his field of view. In a store, the guy who stumbles in with the blank stare in his eyes, grabs whatever he sees and wants as he browses the
aisles, then who pays without caring what the price is, is showing no independent thought. He is a human animal. Even in my own family, certain
members have found it incapable to think outside a narrow box which contains all their beliefs and feelings, and have shown themselves incapable of
civil discourse outside their box. They, too, are human animals.
I do not consider human animals people... instead I look upon them as a protected species of creature, much like the various endangered species of
pests that exist world-wide. They are not really human and serve no useful purpose, especially in the umbers they exist in today, but society has
deemed they cannot be put out of their misery. They're just not worth the fight that would surely ensue should I engage them in the slightest
conversation, so I avoid them. I do not talk to them, I do not make eye contact with them (save as an animalistic warning sign should they try to
engage me), and I do not try to be around them. That even applies to those members of my own family that I mentioned.
The biggest indicator I have noticed for these human animals is they tend to use code words apparently pre-programmed into them via continual exposure
to propaganda - "racist," "sexist," "homophobe," "xenophobe," and the like. Recently a few have begun using the word "deplorable" as well. If you ever
hear these words come out of what appears to be a person, beware! It is probably a human animal. Avoid it... walk away, run away if possible, but
never ever show fear. Do not try to talk to it; apologies are taken as a sign of weakness and it will probably attack. I suggest not even making eye
contact if possible.
You ran headfirst into a group of human animals. It's an easy mistake to make; they look just like people, and might sometimes sound just like people.
But remember, when they out their lack of intelligence, that these are not people, and do not deserve your companionship. You tried to apologize, thus
showing what they took as fear, and like any pack animal, they began to attack. Thankfully, you got away before they became overly physical.
Consider it a lesson learned, and next time be a little more careful who you consort with.