Very interesting article. Would never gain recognition in the insane asylum, formerly known as; Sweden. Let us hope the comatose population wakes up.
Only time will tell.
In 1960, African-Americans had to ride in the back of the bus…by law. They had separate drinking fountains, restrooms, and even schools. “Separate, but equal”. They encountered discrimination when voting, securing apartments, homes, jobs, even in basic safety for the family and much more.
The Civil Rights Act of 1964 made such unequal practices unlawful, ensuring that discrimination based on race, color, religion, sex, or national origin would no longer be tolerated in the workplace and public facilities.
So now, African-Americans and all minorities for that matter, are protected under these laws. They are HIGHLY protected. In fact, now there exists reverse-racism, and some of the laws that protected them are now hurting them, and even hurting non-minorities.
Reverse-racism: when the protection of a minority discriminates against a non-minority
(This is really just racism, but in the reverse direction historically seen.)
Case in point: (these are generalizations, and maybe even…
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