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Unfortunately it seems to be necessary to discriminate. Every individual and every group discriminates. A characteristic of some unaware and some hypocrites is: they deny that they themselves discriminate. I and Amorism says: the difference between beings is not that some beings discriminate and others don't discriminate. The difference is in: what different beings discriminate. There may be different opinions about what is okay to discriminate. Much confusion is caused by that some (hypocrites) have tried to redefine the meaning of the word discrimination. (By the way: I have met many anti-racists who seem to discriminate persons because of facial appearances, intelligence or other more or less genetic treats.) Nowadays racial discrimination is illegal in many (or most?) states.
To be true: a lot of discrimination is legal. And noone has presented a good enough principle to stop all discrimination. To be honest: some discrimination seems to be essential to life or even good. But Amorism has one of the best ideas about handling or at least understanding discrimination instead of hypocritically deny the existence of discrimination. Namely: Amorism differs righteous discrimination from unrighteous discrimination. And necessary discrimination from unnecessary discrimination. And morally acceptable discrimination from morally unacceptable discrimination. But amorism is not politics. But discrimination is probably unavoidable. Amorism educates about the truth. I warn for how other ideas than Amorism define "morally acceptable discrimination".
By the way, there is no bigger need to remove or raise statues if one is not righteous. All human beings have weaknesses and aspects that is not liked by all.
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