Thoughts on Political Correctness and more

How do people really react and who are the outcasts?

People react however they are programmed to react through the repetition or slight changing of words and phrases in the media.

 

Changing Phrases 

WOMEN

For example wives and mothers who;

  • take care of the house
  • look after the children
  • run errands
  • and much more 

used to be called “home-makers.” Which is great because a house is made of bricks and wood but a home is made of love, hard work and commitment. The phrase “home-maker” indicates one who makes the house a home and who better to do that than a loving wife and mother.

But now we are conditioned to use the derogatory substitute “stay at home mum.”

Indicating that she is just a mum who stays at home. I’m not a woman but I’m furious because you do not call my wife, the mother of my children a stay at home mum.

So now you can see how much damage changing one phrase can do….

 

Repetition of words

An Experiment in Public Opinion

I’m a passionate person and proud of what I believe in and the morals I keep and I have no problem with everyone being proud of what they believe in or have achieved.

 

Let’s say we conducted an experiment in a public place where;

1. A man stood up in the middle of a crowd and shouted;

“I’m gay and I’m proud and I love myself.”

There is no doubt that he would be applauded and it’s good to be accepted by your fellow man.

2. A woman stood up in the middle of a crowd and said;

“I’m a single mother, I don’t need a man I love my children, provide for them and they never miss out.”

There is no doubt that she would be applauded and it’s important to be accepted by your fellow man.

3. I stood up in the middle of a crowd and said;

“Bismillah iRRahman IRRahim, I believe that there is no God worthy of worship except Allah and that Muhammad is the final messenger of Allah.”

What the hell would the crowd’s reaction be?

 

Each one of us had something to say about what we are most passionate about in life but because of our collective conditioning we don’t really hear what people are saying anymore.

And I’m not saying that the conditioning hasn’t reached me, if someone started stating their declaration of faith in the middle of a crowd I’d look for the exit  as well. But I know that it is the wrong way to react.

Due to us being told over and over again Muslim Terrorist, Islamic Fundamentalist , these are not just words they are programming you to always associate the word;

Muslim = Terrorist

and

Islamic = Fundamentalist

 

Ye Olde Divide and Conquer

I’m no big fan of Political Correctness or what I call

“Culture Conditioning”

Whereby they use Multiculturalism to celebrate our differences which actually reinforces our differences without celebrating our similarities.

 

Similarities and Differences

We are conditioned into becoming smaller groups, they want us all to keep dividing ourselves into groups because;

“It is easier to stomp a millions ants than to face a raging rhino.”

Once in groups we can be pitted against each other until we are only individuals who need to survive off the ‘State.”

 

The Plan

Then we will be ready for them to give us

One Religion

One Currency

and One ultimate dystopia.

Just some thoughts for your mind…

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7 thoughts on “Thoughts on Political Correctness and more

  1. I’ll be honest with you, if somebody stood up in the middle of a shopping centre and started shouting, “I believe in the baby Jesus and the One True God and the Bible,” I’d start looking for the nearest exit. Or even if they stood up and started shouting, “I’m an athiest. I believe in Richard Dawking and the one true evolution.” A nutter is a nutter after all, no matter what they believe.

  2. mash’Allah for writing your thoughts on “Changing Phrases”. In the West, motherhood is placed so lowly in comparison with other cultures. The phrase “stay-at-home mom” is very demeaning indeed considering that mothers are the foundation of society – its love, its humanity. jzk.

  3. I am blind. I use screen reading software called Jaws which converts text into speech and braille allowing me to use a standard Windows computer. Some people use the term “visually challenged” or any combination of words so long as they don’t refer to being blind. It is a fact that I am blind (although I do possess a small amount of residual vision) so I am quite happy for people to call me blind as this is a fairly accurate description of my level of vision. Calling me visually impaired would also be accurate, however many people don’t understand the term but do comprehend the word blind. So, basically I am happy to be called blind!

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