posted on Oct, 31 2013 @ 12:26 PM
It annoys me to no end to see people being accused of racism where none exists. Now this thread is not about whether a person is racist or not, so
don't go there. And the primary reason for these accusations of racism is to squash freedom of speech and expression, which is a violation of our
constitutional rights. It is also damaging to the individual to be accused of such a thing in public, thus the libel and slander charges. So I feel
that Americans should make a stand against these false and libelous statements, and put an end to them once and for all.
How you may ask? By using our courts to bring charges of libel, slander, and political censorship. Or at the very least turning around and telling
the person that if they repeat the offense that they will be sued. It is only my intention to stop this atrocity, and not bog down the courts. And I
would hope the threat of lawsuit would stop many of these people in their tracks.
We do have protections against these false charges! And we don't have to sit back and take it!
Here is a perfect example of a case where I should have stood up for my rights.
Prior to Oct 1st, and at work, me and an African American friend were talking about how Obamacare would have a bad impact on health insurance
benefits. Another African American woman who overheard our conversation, walked up and screamed in our faces, "that is racist so shut up about the
subject". Me and the other woman's jaws dropped and we shut up to keep the peace.
So not only did this woman embarrass me in public, I feel that I can no longer discuss the subject in public because I am white. So yes, I was
publicly ridiculed and slandered, just for talking about health insurance. And my speech is being censored by this false accusation. So if she ever
does this again, I will stand my ground.
For the irony in this, the woman falsely claiming racism now hates Obamacare with a passion since it has severely affected her own health insurance at
work. And this workplace bully will no longer allow anyone around her to even talk about health insurance now in general since she is soo upset about
the issue. Yes it hit her pocketbook and hard, the very thing we were originally discussing before her outburst.