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Nazis, communists, facists, KKK, and Muslims.

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in response to reader comment: PRE JUDGE..

Submitted by Agnostic (Indonesia), Dec 15, 2006 at 20:48

Nazis, communists, facists, KKK, and Muslims.

There is a difference between prejudice and prejudgement. Prejudgement as you call it, everyone does that, it's a basic survival instinct for animals and humans to make a judgement based on experience and such before they even know what is in front of them. but giving in to instincts before you get your facts straight is another thing, that is more animalistic than human. And the fact that you won't open your mind to possibilities is something else more animalistic than human. But animals are forgiven because they don't know the difference, they have no choice.

Hate is never the answer. And just for your information communism has evolved, just take a look at the Peoples Republic of China, that is, if you can take off your prejudice perspective and take a look at the world as a whole, and not just sections of it. There is a lot to learn and there are even more things to see, other than the west bank and middle east. Marx and Hegel may have brought about a lot of tragedy based on thoughts but you'd have to take a look from Marx's viewpoint, with that much burden surrounding him by the bourgeois capitalists and church don't you think it would have been automatic? Still wrong, but still a problem that could have been easily solved if we didn't just take a problem and judge it "physically".

You may have an argument there when it comes to rights of perjudice based on things that are not race, color, handicap, physical traits, or other genetically determined factors. But does it help anything? That's what is important. Does it solve problems? REALLY solve them?


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