At what point do you think you might lose sight of truth-as-priority when observing the dramatic narratives of oppressor vs oppressed? Why?
- FoofaLv 71 month ago
Usually the point when you start involving media or social media in your personal drama. We are all fodder for clickbait and things would be a lot better if we spent more time talking our issues through with friends, family or a shrink than racing to Twitter to seek the incendiaries that turn our private battles into forest fires.
- Anonymous1 month ago
the ends do not justify the means
you have rights that end when you violate other people's right
you cannot correct a wrong with other wrong
most people loose sight right up front
the problem is calling it Dramatic narrative means it is not fact but feelings
you always end up in the wrong when feeling not thinking
The Golden Rule is the principle of treating others as you want to be treated. It is a maxim that is found in many religions and cultures.
oppressing one person who is a entirely different person from the one who oppressed you make you the oppressor
looting a store in another city is not ok because what occurred to another person far away
you become the very thing you claim to want to disparage
- .Jerry.Lv 71 month ago
“At what point do you think you might lose sight of truth-as-priority when observing the dramatic narratives of oppressor vs oppressed? Why?“
The very moment when the claim is made that one is either an “oppressor’ or is “oppressed” because of sex, or race. This is EXACTLY what is claimed today by the loony Left, including feminists, that all use identity politics. And this is why the entire “patriarchy theory” as well as the Left’s strange ideas about “power and privilege” are complete nonsense.
Most of the homeless in America are White men. Overwhelmingly so. Yet we are supposed to believe that these White men are privileged just because of their race and sex, while Oprah with a net worth greater than $3Billion, is oppressed.