by Dr. Strangelove » Thu Sep 22, 2011 5:58 am
by MisterNichols » Thu Sep 22, 2011 6:03 am
Dr. Strangelove wrote:It doesn't take much to pull you guys out and admit to it, does it.
by DrYouth » Thu Sep 22, 2011 4:42 pm
MisterNichols wrote:Yes I think we should allow more open discrimination.
I think that we should do this because open discrimination is easier to confront and deal with than discrimination that is dressed up in diversity and inclusion.
I know I'm pushing the envelope here, but if I own a business, why shouldn't I be able to deny an entire class of people employment if that's how I feel?
And so what if that locks an entire group of people out of the job market? That diverted stream of labor will either create their own sub-economy, or, failing that, we will find out where the real discrimination is in society, and then we can take collective action to remedy it.
Why would any of you be afraid of open discrimination?
by MisterNichols » Fri Sep 23, 2011 6:37 am
DrYouth wrote:Your premise is self contradictory because you are saying we should allow open discrimination so that we can more easily confront it.
If we allow it we are saying we are not going to confront it.
The problem with discrimination is because it tends to be universally applied by a priviledged group against a less privileged group.
You are saying... "What's wrong with exploiting privilege"...
Nothing if you are the privileged group - plenty if you are not.
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