"I have a dream that my four little children will one day live in a nation where they will not be judged by the color of their skin but by the content of their character." Martin Luther King, Jr.
This statement by Martin Luther King, Jr. is the ideal for which we should all strive, that we do not look at color of skin, we do not look at ethnicity, but we only look at character, and we ignore identity politics and only identify as individuals. It is under this scenario that true diversity can build a great and a lasting nation that becomes stronger. That diversity is diversity of thought, a nation where a winner of a beauty content is not punished because she does not support the demands to conform to the politically correct position of embracing Islam, the diversity of a great relief pitcher who when giving his speech after his induction into the Baseball Hall of Fame gives credit to and glory to his God and then is demonized because God does not fit into the politically correct scenario.
This is the diversity that creates a strong nation, a nation that encourages free and independent thought, thought that develops character, thought that challenges the norms of the day, thought that requires all people to examine their own stereotypes; this is the nation about which Martin Luther King, Jr. was dreaming.
The politically correct demands are those demands with which Martin Luther King, Jr would have strongly disagreed. They demand that if you disagree with somebody having a different skin color you are a racist, are dogmatic, restricting, regressive, because those demands require strict conformity. This always limits a nation or a people and brings about the destruction of free societies.
It is the strict adherence to the requirements of diversity put forth in our founding documents that builds a strong nation because it states that individuals are free and they will be identified as an individual and judged by the content of their character and not based on their identity with a group.
It is individual diversification and not group conformity that builds strength in a nation. This diversification respects the thoughts and ideas of all while looking at each as an individual and not as a part of a group defined by sex, race, ethnicity, religion, or any other politically correct group.
A racist demands conformity to the identity they expect of a member of a group and refuse to ignore that the person is an individual with their own individual thoughts, beliefs, ideas, or their own character. A racist refuses to accept the dream of Martin Luther King, Jr. where all are judged by the content of their character and not by some proclaimed politically correct conformity. Martin Luther King, Jr. was not a racist. Those who criticized the beauty queen and relief pitcher are racists.
The United States Founding Documents declare we are a nation of individuals and not identity groups.
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