Sunday, March 08, 2015

Anti-Discrimination Intervention Programme (ADIP)

Maybe you have noticed the social and political change in our world in the past 20 years. A long time ago, disabled people were just outsiders, refugees were "bottom of the barrel" in the countries they fled to, and the poor had nothing to say.

Nowadays, things are different. With all the political correctness, everyone needs to be equal - in case of doubt, even more equal than the rest.

Sometimes, the urge to make all people as equal as possible reaches new levels that are more and more absurd. When terrorists kill themselves in the name of Islam, for example, politicians are eager to point out that all of this has nothing to do with the "true" Islam, while then pointing out on a different occassion that "there is not just this ONE Islam". So which one is it, now?

Then, there is inclusion. The idea that disabled people (mentally or physically disabled people) should be included in every possible aspect of our lives. This means that they should be granted access to our education system, which means they should visit the same schools as "normal" people regardless of the disability.

All of this is fine. However, when political correctness goes crazy, it makes things worse for the other people, the majority. So much consideration is put into the minorities that the majority always has to step back and let the small groups catch up, or get the extra respect they supposedly deserve.

In order to promote anti-discrimination and just "finish" this whole thing about equal rights etc. etc., I came up with my own programme, the anti-discrimination internvention programme (ADIP). It's supposed to give EQUAL rights to EVERYONE. And I am making no exceptions here.

These are my key points in order to make the world a better place:

  • Animal rights:

Humans are so selfish. They only think about themselves and the genocides among their own species. They totally oversee the fact that we are just 7 billion people, and the rest of the world consists of endless numbers of mammals, bacteria, insects and so on. All these beings require rights!

One striking example: lions tend to kill their babies in various situations. These situations may occur when:

  • a disabled lion baby is born
  • a new "alpha male" enters the group and kills its predecessor's offspring
  • a baby is too weak to assert itself and compete against other babies for the mother's milk

We urgently need NATO troops to enter these barbaric areas and bring peace to the animal world. I postulate refugee camps for abandoned cubs, inclusion classes and education for lion parents, punishment and rehabilitation for alpha males who murder, and most of all, an environment that is friendly towards disabled, three-legged lion cubs. The savannah ground is not flat enough and full of grass, which is an outrageous discrimination against disabled animals.

  • Plant equality:

Plants are also living things that deserve rights. In the jungle, however, many plants act like the world belongs to them, like it's a "competition" about who gets the most sunlight. This egoistic excrescence of capitalistic proportions must be put to an end.
We must reverse the principle of "survival of the fittest" because equal opportunities is the new agenda. Therefore, trees that exceed the maximum allowed length will be cut, and small plants will be granted a specific amount of sunlight in order to guarantee equal chances. We simply can't allow anarchy here!

  • Aquatic life act:

Animals and plants under water are, by default, discriminated against because of the little sunlight they get because of all the water. There is too much chaos down there. Stuff grows over other stuff, plankton darkens the surface of the bottom of the sea, and some animals like orcas even display sadistic behaviour towards seals. Re-education will be necessary, among many other things.

  • Vegetarian act:

Maybe half of the animal world thinks that it is okay to kill other animals for food. We must put an end to this barbaric behaviour. The conflict between zebras and lions will never be solved with violence. If we don't understand this, we will never have true "world peace".

Yes, I know, predators have sharp teeth and can't really grind grass that well, but then again, who said that it will be easy to implement freedom and equal rights? Everyone has to sacrifice something in order to make the world a better place.

Also, some vegetarian animals display horrific behaviour towards plants. Elephants and locusts sometimes destroy entire plants without giving them a chance to grow back. This greedy, purely capitalistic behaviour can only be stopped with intervention troops, better education for animals and, in general, more influence from humans, taking control and showing these animals how to do things right.

ADIP is on its way. Let's make the world a better place. We don't have much time.