Breaking Racism

yRacism: prejudice, discrimination, or antagonism directed against someone of a different race based on the belief that one’s own race is superior. 

Ever heard of Natural Selection? If not, then it’s about time you had. 

Breaking down Natural Selection: Any species in nature adapts to its surroundings according to what the needs of the species are. If there is an environmental change, then the organisms with the genetics to suit the ‘new’ environment will survive and therefore, reproduce. Over time, this allows the species to evolve to suit their designated environment. As all things in nature are,  cyclical with a ‘give and take’ approach.  It’s a basic evolutionary concept.  This is applicable to the human species. The only reason we vary in our skin, eye or hair colour, nose size, height or body shape is due to the inevitability of Natural Selection. We have essentially evolved to suit ALL kinds of environments. Nature is diverse, and we were once closer to nature… Therefore, we are diverse in appearance but incredibly similar in our heart.

So, I do not see the need for Racism. Racists have ego’s the size of this planet. Which makes no room for anyone else except themselves. (Oh, how incredibly lonely they must be!)   Sorry to disappoint you but you’re not more special than the next person. You’re just genetically more suited to the environment than the person you’re being racist towards. And guess what? They’re more suited to their environment. Doesn’t that make a balance? Did I just hear a shout of equality? 

I just broke Racism into many pieces. Every piece is not identical to the next but all have the same origin…

Sound familiar? 

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