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The "Minorities" Against The White Man

Updated on June 16, 2016

So with this Orlando shooting, there has been an uprising. Now this isn't going to turn out as most would think, but it is important.

Everyone has been fighting for their rights since the beginning of time, except straight, white men. They "discovered" this country, and starting making whatever rules they wanted, and putting every other person down.

People of different races fought for their rights for everything. Their rights to be free and not be slaves anymore. They fought for equality. They fought for everything.

Women also fought for their rights. For the same equality as the "minorities" and white men.

Now the LGBTQ are fighting for their rights.

Doesn't anyone see that it is all a pattern. It is never going to stop. When something "different" or "out of the ordinary" pops up, everyone has something to say about it. They have to say it isn't right and that they should be ashamed for who they are.

Well no one should be ashamed of who they are. No one should tell someone else that they don't belong.

Technically no one belongs. Especially not in America. The native people to this land, were the Native Americans. They were here long before any white man stepped foot on this land.

People need to remember that technically not everyone belongs here. Not everyone is the same. There are people who want to be writers and others who want to be doctors. Is that wrong? No. Is it out of the ordinary? No.

People do things they want because they love it. They do it because it is who they want to be. They are the person they are because they are born that way.

Not everyone is the same, and people need to realize that shaming people for who they love, what they love, or what they do, it is just going to make this country even worse then what it already is. Many other countries already hate us, why do we have to cause problems in our country against our people. That makes us weak, and doesn't help anyone, but those that are waiting for a weakness to come at us.

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    • Breeana Gardipee profile image
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      Breeana Gardipee 17 months ago from South Milwaukee

      I mean yes, and no. Because even if he is "singled out" he won't ever be treated like the rest of us, and never had to go through what the rest of us did. That is my point.

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      Eric Dierker 18 months ago from Spring Valley, CA. U.S.A.

      Interesting perspective. I feel sorry for the straight white guy. Sounds like now he is being singled out.