What is Racism? By Leslie A. Fischman
What is racism. Racism occurs when you do not like a particular person or group of people, and because of that dislike you either (1) fear (2) taunt (3) belittle (4) hurt (5) threaten (6) injure esteem or (7) put down because one thinks that it predominates because ones beliefs are better than or more sound than the other. That is called racism. When one is discriminated that occurs because based on ones behaviors, use of likeness, they determine that one if like that one is and therefore not to like someone who is characterized or mischaracterized, denominates. To denominate in mass media, occurs when a likeness, is used and portrayed as a kind, so when identified in public is disliked, that is to denominate a particular group or class of individuals as lesser than, and that the predominant view –goal to be seen as greater than. Beliefs are not a race, and to no beliefs can be discriminated, as these are ideas inside of you that cannot be seen outside of you. Therefore racism does not exist as to belief systems, because inwardly you cannot see outwardly beliefs or resentments or fears held toward any groups of people or individuals. –When one is put down, for me for instance, that occurs due to bullying at home, and as a result of bullying at home, that caused failure, and because of failure, that caused loss of esteem, and because of loss of esteem, that caused loss of focus, and because of loss of focus that caused lack of achievement, and because of lack of achievement that caused resentments toward me as not good enough, and because that not hired, because I was not an Attorney and he only hires Attorneys, I was a Housekeeper and Intern ABA Certified Paralegal.
Bullying at home, was because of cocaine use in college 2006 for a semester.