Just look at the wiki on Social Injustice. There is no real clear definition of social injustice. It is personally defined by each individual in respect to how unfair their life has been. The distribution of wealth and advantages for each person is of big importance to the person who has been caused to feel the injustice or unfairness in life. So, this term social injustice which has not been clearly and definitively by those people on this whole planet which is far more educated than I, all have failed to define this term. Which is an indication that social injustice is a lie and a deception.
In time how far back can you go to feel social injustice? How long is fair? Or is it never fair and social injustice is merely a ploy to get a failed group of people to go on perpetual demonstrations. Just to prove a point.
You are responsible for you and your actions are yours to reap the advantages, disadvantages or both.
If you went to college and incurred a ton of personal debt and yet you did not excel. Then your debt is your problem and not some social injustice. If you went to college and decided to party and cheat. What reward shall benefit you. A job which profits you greatly?
Yes, maybe on the first job, until they figure out your a cheating loser. Then you get canned or fired.
No, you unwise fool.
In any down turn in the economy. The first to be let go are the dead weights, dead ends. Those who cause the most problems in corporate life. Those close to retirement.
Did you go to college and get an arts degree or a philosophy degree? And you cannot get a job which pays well. Then your decision making capacity needs more infusion of logic.
The term harming can mean verbal expression resulting in loss of employment. This is professional harm to ones self as seen in the news of ESPN professionals. Those were racists comments. Race seems to also go hand in hand with social injustice. Please read my race comments at the bottom. The separation and division of the races is a lie and a deception. We are all one human family, one species and one race.
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Social injustice is used as a slogan by certain societies to oppose other societies' definition of social justice. Current hot topics include wealth distribution relative to labor, skill and responsibility, prejudice, discrimination, oppression, religion, homophobia, racism, patriotism, casteism, capitalism, classism, ableism, ageism, stereotyping and sexism
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Social injusticeSocial injustice is moral unfairness or inequity in the division of a society’s rewards or burdens. Differing perceptions of the presence and inevitability of social injustice lie at the root of many of the world’s political conflicts.
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- Et, se venons tout d'un père et d'une mere, Adam et Eve, en quoi
poent il dire ne monstrer que il sont mieux signeur que nous, fors parce
que il nous font gaaignier et labourer ce que il despendent? Il sont
vestu de velours et de camocas fourés de vair et de gris, et nous sommes
vesti de povres draps. Il ont les vins, les espisses et les bons pains,
et nous avons le soille, le retrait et le paille, et buvons l'aige. Ils
ont le sejour et les biaux manoirs, et nous avons le paine et le
travail, et le pleue et le vent as camps, et faut que de nous viengne et
de nostre labeur ce dont il tiennent les estas.
- If we all spring from a single father and mother, Adam and Eve, how can they claim or prove that they are lords more than us, except by making us produce and grow the wealth which they spend? They are clad in velvet and camlet lined with squirrel and ermine, while we go dressed in coarse cloth. They have the wines, the spices and the good bread: we have the rye, the husks and the straw, and we drink water. They have shelter and ease in their fine manors, and we have hardship and toil, the wind and the rain in the fields. And from us must come, from our labour, the things which keep them in luxury
- John Ball, quoted in Jean Froissart Chroniques (1369-1400), Bk. 2; translation from Jean Froissart (trans. Geoffrey Brereton) Chronicles (Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1968) p. 212.
- For unto every one that hath shall be given, and he shall have
abundance: but from him that hath not shall be taken away even that
which he hath.
- Matthew 25:29.
- Il n'y a de société vivante que celle qui est animée par l'inégalité et l'injustice.
- It's the same the whole world over:
It's the poor what gets the blame.
It's the rich what gets the pleasure;
Ain't it all a bloomin' shame.
- Chorus of "She Was Poor but She Was Honest", an anonymous street ballad of the late 19th century; cited from Eric Partridge (ed. Paul Beale) A Dictionary of Catch Phrases (London: Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1986) p. 267.
- O esforço humano consegue, quando muito, converter um
proletariado faminto numa burguesia farta; mas surge logo das entranhas
da sociedade um proletariado pior. Jesus tinha razão: haverá sempre
pobres entre nós. Donde se prova que esta humanidade é o maior erro que
jamais Deus cometeu.
- Human effort may manage at its best to transform a starving proletariat into a well-fed bourgeoisie; but then a worse proletariat emerges from the bowels of society. Jesus was right, there will always be the poor among us. Which proves that this humanity is the greatest error that God ever committed.
- "O Natal" (Christmas), from José Maria Eça de Queiroz Cartas de Inglaterra (1879-82); translation from José Maria Eça de Queiroz (trans. Ann Stevens) Letters from England (London: Bodley Head, 1970) pp. 36-7.
- The pleasures of the mighty are obtained by the tears of the poor.
- Were all men equal to-night, some would get the start by rising an hour earlier to-morrow.
- Where Plenty smiles - alas! she smiles for few,
And those who taste not, yet behold her store,
Are as the slaves that dig the golden ore,
The wealth around them makes them doubly poor.
- George Crabbe The Village, Book 1, line 136 (1783)
- Ye have the poor with you always.
- Mark 14:7.
The Lies and Deceptions of RACE:
We are all one humanity, one species and one family. When all of the common peoples unite together to love one another, to live in peace with each other and to exist in harmony. Then we all can find a very rich life we all can live with great meaning.
If you cannot separate yourself from the lies and deceptions of the separation and division of the races. Then you, your family and your entire church will/may not be one of the elect, protected, saved or raptured. You must begin to know and believe that we are a single race of beings called humans. We are all brother and sister to one another.
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