reply to post by mr-lizard
It's not about political correctness in fact I am probably the least politically correct person on the planet.
It's about individual freedom, freedom to make choices of preference that no aren't necessities but make life more enjoyable for the individual.
I don't want to be told how to live.
I don't want to be integrated into a society.
In fact I was kicked out of school permanently at the age of 14 because I resolutely rejected the process of being integrated into a society.
As a result I have arguably developed into one of the more formidible independent thinkers.
If I haven't hurt you then you should have no beef with me.
In reality all this is about beefs with people who haven't hurt anyone but just the vague notion that they might based on the the notion that they
are different, and because they are different they aren't as predictable, and because of the fear that because you fear those who are different and
would like them not to be, that they too must be wanting to keep you from being different than them.
Live and let live people, stop worrying about what the other guy is doing and wearing and worry about being yourselves and finding a quality life that
you can enjoy.
If you really believe that a woman wearing a burka down your street is preventing you from enjoying life, then you are simply looking for a scapegoat
to transfer the problems that are really causing you from enjoying life which are in reality...
1. Too many laws and too much government control
2. Too many big corporations and corporate control and policies
3. Lack of Economic Opportunities because of too much government control and corporate monopolies
4. Too much agitiation by ALL the religious
5. Lack of personal responsibility and not wanting to step up to the plate to challenge the government and corporations.
People aren't focused on the real problem they are focused on the symptoms and it's your inability to focus on and effectively deal with the real
problems that have led to you believing that the vissible symptoms of a problem are the problem.
All you are arguing for is slapping an other band aide on a symptom to keep from seeing it, the problem that caused it sill remains though and still
effects you in countless other ways vissible and not vissible.
Sure I will grant you, it is easier and you are likely to have better success picking on a woman wearing a burka than picking on the shadow government
and the corrupt politicians of your own and corporate titans, but at the end of the day in a world without burkas you are still going to be just as
screwed and angry and frightened as you were in a world with them.
Enjoy the sugar pill!
Remember to brush your teeth!