Doesn't the preferential empowerment of minorities go against the very idea of democracy?
In some form, the idea of preferential empowerment goes in parallel with the lines of equality in a democracy.
The whole idea is based upon promoting equality for those people who have had a long history of facing inequality which has hindered 'possible development' among these people, which keeps them behind all those who had enjoyed high standards in the past.
The summary, the idea is to allow some advantage to those people who didn't start from the same start line.One can't expect a person to win a race if he starts behind the other.
Obviously, the system needs some revision at equal intervals to keep this race fair for all.
by Deforest3 years ago
justification? If not like me. Someone can arbitrarily ban anyone for unjustified reason! What is the mean of defense for someone that is banned? Why can't he/she face a trial? Are we a microcosm of democracy or not?
by jacobkuttyta5 years ago
No. Many people, from evolutionary biologists to important religious figures like Pope John Paul II, contend that the time-tested theory of evolution does not refute the presence of God. They acknowledge that evolution...
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