RE: Neutrality is Assent to the Oppressor
Where exactly did you get the idea I jumped to any conclusion about you condoning what occurred during apartheid in South Africa when it was abundantly clear you didn't even know the era existed?
EDIT: Our positions did not differ yet you have capitalized on the differences you decided to see for the sake of coming out on top. Is this necessary? How is it different to the beginnings of apartheid? We can create a shared aim and work towards that. We can also create a solution.
I didn't capitalize on anything nor did I consider there was anything to come out on top of. Maybe in your mind. I don't usually consider replying to comments to be some sort of intellectual wrestling match.
It was clear you lacked the awareness of the era to which I was referring to and to which Desmond Tutu and my mother's friend were relevant to. Since you lacked that awareness I most certainly would not be arriving at any conclusions about your view on a topic you were clearly ignorant of.
Apartheid in South Africa was not the actual subject of the post yet it seems to be what you've chose to fixate on.
Modern day South Africa is irrelevant to the post.
Once again I will point out that I purposely chose to not address nation state conflicts in order to put the attention on individuals and their role in the subject of bullying.
I note once again, you seem to be avoiding that topic. It may be you chose to focus on the nation state as a more comfortable topic. Or maybe you just missed what the post was actually about.