I don’t understand why people refuse to accept there’s good and bad in everyone.
Before anything else, we are all human beings. We all breathe air, bleed blood, sleep, eat, defecate, procreate, we are all born and we all die. And we all have the ability to be good people and bad people.
It doesn’t matter what sex you are, what your sexual orientation is, what your religious beliefs are, what your political beliefs are, your skin color, what country you’re from, etc. Nobody. Is. Perfect.
Given this information, how can any person, and there are many, point at two other people, perfect strangers, a man and his mother from Mexico, and call them “rapists and animals”? Yet this happened to Esteban Guzman and his mother while they were working. How can any one person target another person because of their religion? Yet we have with the banning of Muslims from other countries. How can any one person reject another person because they are seeking a better life for themselves? Yet we have with the separation of families and the imprisonment of thousands of immigrant children across the country.
Who are the good and the bad in these circumstances? Are they really who we perceive them to be?
For all these incidences, the tables could have easily been turned. It could’ve been a fat white woman working in her yard with her son when a Mexican man approached her and began calling her names. Just because she was a fat white woman. We could have the banning of all other religions except Muslim. And Americans could be the ones fleeing a war-torn country for a better life somewhere else, only to be separated at the border, of any country, and their children are put in cages to live like dogs.
It’s difficult to understand what someone is experiencing when you haven’t gone through it yourself. Maybe if we think before calling someone out for being different from us, we could stop being so hateful of others for something they have no control over. We could give of ourselves and start caring for our fellow human beings instead of acting like imbeciles.
Just because there’s a puppet master in Washington it doesn’t mean you have to be his puppet.