Discrimination and Involuntary Servitude

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You have no RIGHT to the labor of another. You have no authority to demand that another human being do your bidding.

You do have the ability to contract[ing] for the labor of another.

A contract is a two way agreement wherein both parties agree to some exchange of services/goods/labor in return for services/goods/labor.

Both parties must agree to the contract.

You have no right to the other parties agreement.

Except via the coercion of the State. If the State deems that you have a right to the labor of others, then you have a legal right but not a natural right.

This is where you err on the side of despotism.

If the State can demand that a bigot provide a cake for a gay person or that a bigot cater a gay persons wedding, where does it end.

If you wish to grant the State those powers on your behalf, then you forfeit all right to complain about items such as institutional racism.

Those who argue in favor of State enforced rights such as the right to the labor of others, the right to forced association, the right to forced contract, you are arguing for tyranny.

Any right that must be enforced by the State is a threat of violence.

You, who are arguing for these legal rights, are arguing in favor of the Police who killed Eric Garner and every other victim of the State.

Your desires and actions are no better than that of the Christian bigot who irrationally (based upon his misinterpretations of the message of Christ) discriminates against Homosexuals or Black people. I would argue that these actions are worse. You are essentially demanding involuntary servitude based on your beliefs that people should not discriminate when, in fact, we all discriminate to one degree or another.

I’m not certain that many have thought this through to its logical Statist conclusion.

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Jesus Christ, Buddha and George Takei

“Zi Gong asked, saying, “Is there one word that may serve as a rule of practice for all one’s life?” The Master said, “Is not reciprocity such a word?” – Confucius

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I agree with Takai.

Furthermore, it is time for Christians to take stock of their belief and the words of the “Lord and Savior.”

Did he not command you to love the least of him as you would love him?

I see no caveat to this in the Bible. I saw a clear statement.

Did he not say judge not lest you, yourself, be judged?

If you are Christian and you treat others with disrespect, you are no Christian.

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“I myself am a Buddhist, not a Christian. But I cannot help but think that if Christ ran a public establishment, it would be open to all,” Takei noted. “He would be the last to refuse service to anyone. It is, simply put, the most un-Christian of notions.”

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Hurt not others in ways that you yourself would find hurtful.

Udanavarga 5:18

Do unto others as you would have them do unto you.

~ Jesus Christ

“That which is hateful to you, do not do to your fellow. That is the whole Torah; the rest is the explanation; go and learn.”

~ Talmud, Shabbat 31a
“What you do not wish for yourself, do not do to others.”
~ Confucius

If the entire “Dharma” (spiritual and moral laws) can be said in a few words, then it is — that which is unfavorable to us, do not do that to others. (Padmapuraana, shrushti 19/357–358)

“That nature alone is good which refrains from doing unto another whatsoever is not good for itself” (Dadistan-i-dinik 94:5).

 And for the hell of it…coz I think it’s cool:

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