I have yet to see a black person discriminated against in my personal life, but Ive seen tons of hoaxes, three of which I observed myself. In each of those three instances (all of which occurred in the context of employment) I knew all of the people involved, on both sides of the claims. And in every case the pattern was the same: The black employee got in trouble for something they had done wrong, and decided to use their race as a shield against accountability by filing a completely meritless, false discrimination claim. None of them succeeded, fortunately, but these incidents clearly proved how bestowing any group of people with a victim identity, and implementing policies and laws that provide them with a powerful political weapon, will naturally lead to them using that weapon to avoid consequences for their own actions. Also, presuming that alleged victims must be telling the truth simply because they belong to an approved protected class virtually guarantees they will lie if necessary to get what they want, or to deflect accountability when they screw up.
What little actual racism may be occurring out there, it is far outweighed by the constant stream of false discrimination and harassment claims. Take the race card away, and actually require black victims to prove their claims, and I bet the nonsense about systemic racism would fade away as these people suddenly had to put up or shut up. They know they cant provide much if any evidence of real racism, which is why they invented this notion of hidden, systemic racism that was hidden and couldnt be seen.
Thanks for your comment.
When I was first working I got a job at the post office for Christmas. There was a black girl who came across a package marked “fragile” and threw it as hard as she could and then announced to all “they can’t fire me, I’m black”. Unfortunately, I think she was right - they couldn’t fire her” Too bad that she decided to use her status there to destroy someone’s property.
I would love to see that vid, if you can find it again.
Well said sir, well said indeed.
In my long career handling liability cases for the insurance industry I handled quite a few “discrimination” cases, and in the employment context probably 98% met your scenario.