When people try to turn everything into a racist thing, it becomes so obvious and distasteful. What worse is that such behavior can only divide up people into them versus us mentality and such behavior would not solve any problem. As the world is getting evermore connected as we speak, there is no going back to the caveman era whence you could just draw a border around your cave without being fear of being discovered. Nonetheless, when you are so obviously being a racist, it’s worse since you’re instigating one ugly hatred (a caveman idea indeed). Basically, the world of tomorrow will not embrace you if you’re a racist. Why not? Imagine this (but it’s a reality so don’t try to imagine too hard) — not all, but some foods (e.g., fish, pork, chicken, beef) you eat may also be prepared by another country with people who do not speak English and with different skin colors. It calls product chain I think. The chains of products that get around the today markets are quite complex and skin color tolerant.
I’m ranting on about skin deep because I’m watching a YouTube video which shows that a woman demands for only a white doctor in a Canadian clinic. If she doesn’t like any other doctors with any other colors unless the doctor’s skin color is white, then she should have made it less obvious even though she is a racist. Nonetheless, she makes it so obvious that as if her demand is a statement in which it’s a promotion of racism which could divide people up in an evermore connected world. It’s a dangerous thing to do!
Remember Rwanda? Even people with same skin color could kill each other enmasse, and yet today we’re seeing people who are trying to divide people up according to skin deep beauty. Furthermore, history has shown that civilizations rise and fall, and none shall stand forever. Thus, each civilization may harbor a people of a majority that comes with a specific skin color. Never make racism so obvious, because you never know if your group would decline into the abyss and the opposite would be otherwise for the people with a skin color that you hate. I don’t have to say more, because you would know it won’t be easy for any group to have to kowtow to another group ever! Put yourself into the shoes of other people so you can be a better person and a more constructive self for the world. The world is large, and history is very generous to different parts of the world according to the tides of time, and without a decent mind and a tolerant doctrine, no such group of people can ever grow into a more prosperous and wise civilization.
Anyhow, for goodness sake, this is the 21st century, it’s time for people to be evermore united and stopped all the hatreds. Even with different beliefs in religious matters, people should be more tolerable. Racism, of course, should be recognized as a caveman practice, because it’s full of hatreds and a tool to divide the world up into groups. Some people even act as if the world is so mysterious that wars happen all over. Well, duh, because there are people with mentality of us versus them and skin deep racism.
Back to the topic at hand, imagine if your child is about to die for whatever ailment and you want to be choosy about which doctor you need according to your skin deep bias; you must be insane — your child will die without any proper medical procedure. I’m sure even an average doctor with a skin color that you don’t like knows more about medical procedures than you will ever do in your whole life. While you’re playing with the devil, your child could be whisk away by the reaper himself. So, I think it’s not OK for you to be a racist when it comes to the people who could save your children’s lives and probably your own life. To be wise, I think you should avoid inject racism into the services that you urgently need such as a doctor that you need, a cook that you need, and so forth. Otherwise, besides you’re being a racist, you could very well be a stupidest person in the world.
Take my advice and you should be fine in the world of tomorrow. Don’t be so hateful and the world of tomorrow may embrace you in a big way. Go 21st century!