Originally posted by grover
All that divide us is ideas.
Truer words were never spoken.
It's sad to see that so many still hold on to those ideas, such as classism, caste-ism, tribalism, racism and all the other isms that put us into
neat little boxes to keep us 'sorted'. Fatism, skinnyism, baldism, hairyism, agism and youthism. Yup, if you can fit an ism to it, it's likely to
make sense. Let's face it, most of us are living with a severe case of paranoidism.
We like to keep all these different people sorted out, don't we? Mexican races (probably about 5 dozen there), Germanic races (hoo boy, that's a
mixed bunch), British races (just try to count them all). I could go on and on.
Hey, pal... did you know that there are 3 million races in the world? Yeah, it's true, once you start looking at all the different shades of skin.
Yeah, that's the ticket.
Now why is it so important to sort people into seperate groups? Could it be that way in order to have control over us? Damned straight it is. Here we
have the biggest conspiracy of them all and no-one wants to change it because almost everyone thinks it's 'science' or 'religion' and, God knows,
we can't change what scientists or religious leaders say
is the truth.
"Oh, you're a Catholic...", a Presbyterian will say, rolling his or her eyes.
"Oh, you're a Jew... ", a Muslim will say, shaking his or her head.
"Oh, you're a white... "Oh, you're a black" "Oh, you're an athiest." Oh, you're a liberal" "Oh, you're this and that, them and those"
For sure you're not one of US!!! So there you go, into the nice little box that we've INVENTED for you to sit in with with all the others of your
Disgusting to see how long this charade has gone on. You know what? There's only one thing left to say about this: if it wasn't for fear of the
unknown, where do you think mankind could be now? It's held us back for far too long. That's right, we're scared of each other, scared of our
neighbour, scared of our governments, scared of people that don't dress like us, scared of languages we don't understand and a zillion other things
that are strange