Have you ever asked yourself why it is that, when a restaurant becomes popular and serves twice as many customers as they did the month before, only the owner receives any of that dramatic influx of wealth, when they themselves have done the very least to serve and service those new customers? Is this not the manner and mode of labor compensation which was utterly despised when alleged of Communism? That workers being paid a set wage regardless of output, attitude, aptitude or ability would result in a feckless, substandard society where no one is happy to work and all service is terrible?
(Continued from Part One) If someone is expressing malice or hatred towards a certain group, it should be clear from the context. It is this contextual indicator that has allowed the formulation of many jokes in popular culture about people perceiving the word "Mexican" itself as an insult. The character Michael Scott, played by actor… Continue reading How To End Racism, Part 2
How do we end racism? This is an enormous issue facing our world and our daily interactions within it. While racism surely manifests itself in extremely intangible, systemic ways, these systems were established and are maintained by actual people, with attitudes informed by fear and isolation. If we are to end racism, moving away from… Continue reading How To End Racism, Part 1
Unism begins with accepting the fundamental dignity and humanity of Yourself. You, as a human being, alive and reading this, exist in a world ruled by societies whose ideologies and societal processes inherently dehumanize you. Some people can avoid the realizations and/or effects of this dehumanization and alienation much longer than others, usually dependent on… Continue reading “Check Your Privilege?”
As Unists, we are done thinking small scale; letting Ancient Hatreds and artificial divisions hold us back, both personally and as a human race, from embodying a future where a person is judged Not by their gender, their ethnicity or race, even their politics, religious beliefs, or private lifestyles, whatever does not interfere with others’… Continue reading How Unists See The Future