ok that's very interesting
so you're saying that your teen mom didn't give you a proper education when you were a kiddo and you were a total retard .... and we're supposed to care because ... ?
Loving and respecting everyone isn’t progressive, it’s common sense.
yes rightards are racists that smonk weed at 5 yrs old and cut peopel.
i used to be progressive but after actually having to deal with the migrants from middle-east i'm not progressive anymore.
fully agree, but that doesn't mean we just all open our borders and sing kumbiyah
I salute you sir. Its never too late to change. I too once walked that ugly path.
"Every person on this planet we call our home deserves to be loved and respected"
No, you as a younger didn't deserve it.
If you break the nonverbal agreement of mutual respect, people have a right to treat you the worst.
Respect others and yourself to achieve happiness and productivity. And it doesn't necessarily exclude xenophobia
Now tell how you haven't got stabbed after shouting at Muslims
I have never seen this copypasta before
[[Trigger Warning]] : (Contains bullying, homophobia, xenophobia, sexual assault)
A brief history of my views and why I am now a progressive.
I was born in a working/middle-class, predominately white town in the south east of England.
Between the ages of 12-17 I saw migrants as invaders and scroungers.
Between the ages of 9-13 I saw being LGBTQ+ as disgusting.
I was a scumbag as a youngster. I skipped school, started smoking at 9, started drinking at 11 and started smoking weed at 12. My friends and I would go around town looking for German exchange students to "Nazi bash", we bullied a kid that was once a close friend who we found out was gay, we would hang outside the local Mosque and shout abuse at the Muslim attendees.
My views started to change as I got older. The Muslims we were abusing were there because they had fled Iraq and Afghanistan due to the ongoing wars, and all we were doing was contributing to their torment.
I made amends with my gay friend and apologized for how we had treated him, which is one thing I'll never forgive myself for because we outed him before he was ready.
I can remember with extremely vivid detail the day I questioned what I was doing.
I was 14, I had just split with my then gf of 1 1/2 years, (cheated on me with best friend) and upon returning home there was a knock at my door. Some old friends that I wasn't too fond of had come to ask if I wanted to go for a smoke. Not caring about how I felt about them at the time I agreed. 3 hours later I'm hiding in the back of my step-fathers mobile phone shop because one of them had attempted to rape me.
It took me until 2017 to finally come to terms with what happened that day, but from that day on I vowed to be kind to all, and fight my heart out for anyone that had ever been mistreated.
No-one deserves to feel what I felt. No-one deserves to be put through what I had put them through.
Every person on this planet we call our home deserves to be loved and respected, regardless of race, religion, sexual orientation, nation of origin or political views.
You came to the wrong conclusion. People = shit.
everyone should be treated with respect. the world is so full of hate but people like you and i and many other people could change it.
'Be the change you want to see in the world.'
worst copypasta i've ever seen