(NaturalNews) LA Clippers owner Donald Sterling has been caught on tape engaged in a bizarre racism rant, according to media reports, where he pleads with his mixed-race girlfriend to stop bringing black people to basketball games, including the legendary Magic Johnson.
The internet has erupted in anger and disgust over the remarks, with Snoop Dogg pretty much summing up everybody's feelings over the issue when he posted a video saying, "F--- you ... you racist piece of s---."
To me, this extremely offensive, disturbing event can be flipped around into an opportunity to open up a discussion for the need for universal human dignity -- a concept that means every human being of every age, race, sex, religion, gender preference and culture of origin is recognized as a conscious individual with inherent worth.
And if you look across the landscape of our modern society, the NBA isn't the only place where people are being treated with a lack of human dignity... it's uncomfortably common across agriculture, food, medicine, finance, education, media and of course in the military industrial complex, as described in this article.
Denouncing the dehumanization of valuable souls
The apparent racism of Donald Sterling is really a view that devalues human beings in the NBA because of their skin color. It's a reflection of the same kind of dehumanizing viewpoints held, believe it or not, by the federal government itself in many cases such as:
• The dehumanizing of African-American breast cancer patients who are exploited for medical profits while made to suffer from a disease which can be prevented with a simple, low-cost supplement known as vitamin D. (This fact is never told to black women by the medical establishment.)
• The dehumanizing attacks against both gays and Christians -- yes, BOTH are subjected to outrageous attacks from time to time -- by those who practice intolerance. Today, being a Christian makes you subject to more ridicule and condemnation than being a "homosexual" in the 1990's, as the term was commonly used then.
Join me in calling for the recognition of universal dignity for all conscious beings
Let us take this racism rant by Donald Sterling and use it as a tool for expanded awareness and an across-the-board call for university human dignity.
This call says that we are ALL valuable beings and that we all have a spirit, a mind, a consciousness and all the amazing gifts that come with that: innovation, talent, ideas, perspective and a voice to be heard.
No person should ever be denied recognition as a valuable human being: not someone with dark skin, not a raw milk farmer, not the parent of an autistic child, not a person who promotes the U.S. Constitution, not a woman who chooses alternative cancer therapies, not a follower of the Bible, not a home gardener and not a person who chooses an alternative sexual orientation for their own private life.
And yet across society today, we see exactly this kind of "racism" practiced universally across Wikipedia, where alternative medicine is systematically slandered almost as a racial slur, turning much of Wikipedia into a genuine "hate site." We see the mainstream media dehumanizing patriots and preppers by slandering them as "whack jobs" for daring to practice the Boy Scout motto of "be prepared." And in may ways, we even see the federal government dehumanizing welfare recipients by trapping them in a system of dependence rather than teaching them real-world job skills and providing educational opportunities that could help them rise out of poverty.
The medical establishment dehumanizes us all -- men, women and children -- by thinking of us all as nothing more than profit opportunities. That's why one new hepatitis drug just released costs $1,000 a pill in the USA, even while the same drug costs just $10 in Egypt.
It's also why aborted human fetuses have been routinely incinerated across the USA to generate electricity in "waste-to-power" plants. Yes, in this society of exploitation, even dead babies can be used to make a little money if you burn them to run electrical generators.
All systems of exploitation should be denounced, resisted and ended
These are all symptoms of a system of exploitation of the people, and this seems to be precisely the same way in which Donald Sterling views African-Americans: people to be exploited for his own profit, even as he seems to be offended by their very presence.
That's very much the same way the medical system looks at patients: they are annoying but necessary in order to exploit human bodies for pharmaceutical profits, they believe. And it's no coincidence that black families almost universally distrust the vaccine industry and tend to ask more intelligent questions about vaccines than run-of-the-mill white folks. (Yes, vaccines still contain toxic mercury, formaldehyde, MSG and aluminum, all of which are proven to cause brain damage.)
Donald Sterling is a symptom of systematic exploitation by powerful industries
In observing the abhorrent behavior of Donald Sterling at the NBA, we would all be wise to remember that he is merely a symptom of widespread systems of exploitation of human beings found across medicine, food, finance, military, media and government.
To really uplift humankind to a higher level of understanding and tolerance, we must expand our awareness to encompass all the industries of systematic exploitation of humans, including the vaccine industry where intolerance is extreme. And we must fight against them to restore dignity, democratization and tolerance to all those who will listen.
That's what I fight for here at Natural News: The sharing of truths founded in the philosophy that all conscious beings deserve to be recognized and treated with dignity. In fact, my philosophy also encompasses intelligent animals like dolphins, whales, primates and even the family dog. A world that exploits lab monkeys to run cruel, inhumane medical experiments for drug companies is a world that reflects inherent ignorance about the sanctity of life and consciousness.
Medical researchers who exploit laboratory primates for profit are, in essence, of the exact same intolerant mindset of NBA team owners who exploit players of all colors for profit. These are people who do not value life, do not have compassion, and who ultimately contribute to the downfall of a civil society.
I denounce them all. But I denounce them with an understanding of the philosophical reasons WHY their actions are such atrocities against conscious beings. Expressing anger at Donald Sterling is not enough: we must understand WHY his brand of exploitation must be universally rejected across society, no matter where it is practiced (including in "scientific" circles where pharmaceutical executives routinely run medical experiments on children in developing countries).
The crimes against humanity by these institutions are more than mere "intolerance." The U.S. government, medical institutions, military war machine and Wall Street bankers are all practicing essentially the same mindset expressed by Donald Sterling: exploit others for profit, refuse to recognize their dignity, and attack any who threaten the status quo.
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