Interview with the Southern Coalition for Social Justice on Social Work and Poliltics - http://www.socialworkhelper.com/2013/06/13/whats-the-difference-between-social-justice-and-social-work/?Social+Work+Helper via Social Work Helper
Discrimination is when someone or a group is treated or considered differently to someone else because of their race, culture, gender, disability, age, sexual orientation or religion. By Stella Kalaidzi (2.5)
Human rights perspectves respects diversity and does not just "tolerate" it. There are so many beautiful differences that humanity would grow within our collective consciousness if only we could embrace them.
I cannot tell you how poisonous this doctrine is to a society. It's not about anyone being entitled to someone else's money, it's about recognizing that people are born into a variety of circumstance, some more fortunate than others, and creating equal opportunity involves shared responsibility. Helping your neighbor have the opportunity to provide for himself (and in turn, help others) benefits everyone.
Some of you may believe that gangstalking can safely be ignored, because its not your problem and could not possibly happen to you...! Not true! Some victims were vulnerable people who were randomly chosen to be harassed in order to serve as an example to keep the rest of their neighborhood in line. In short, this could potentially happen to YOU...if you permit gangstalking to continue.