Bewildered Racial Injustice
Bewildered racial injustice is justice in the wrong direction. Therefore, much confusion exists towards racial justice. Furthermore, given the premise of correcting right from wrong, racial injustice should have been abolished years ago; however, the brief events described below show a continuance of racial injustice. Therefore, continued racism events would not continue; in which a litigious society uses misguided capitalistic justice producing various events, which should have been abolished, if due-process laws were implemented. Unfortunately, misguided capitalistic justice produces bewildered injustice and is justice focused in the wrong direction.
For instance, recently a Chief Executive Officer finds amusement in comparing the Honorable president’s wife as a subhuman monkey. Furthermore, a scholar and African- American University Professor find himself arrested for using an alternative entrance method. In addition African- American children are denied entry toward swimming pool activities as an individuals pigment may cause disturbance toward a swimming clubs facility. Additionally, a Veteran, and former defense employee reports toward upper management senior coworker comments of “monkey proof instructional materials” to a primary Asian and African-American workforce, which eventually results in exit activities.
Nonetheless, as stated by Shah (2010), “Racism and discrimination have been used as powerful weapons encouraging fear or hatred of others in times of conflict and war, and even during economic downturns” (p. 1). In essence a current legal system has failed toward creating racial injustice for many perplexed and bewildered individuals. Unfortunately, a capitalistic justice system will create further racial injustice. In other words, the events creating amusement toward color of skin, denying entrance or use of alternative means for entering ones own premises, denial of individuals swimming simply because the individuals pigments do not fit, or ignoring employees upper managements comments, whereas a companies’ solution is creating an out-the-door policy describes legal justice inaction. As further stated by Shah (2010), “Racism is the belief that characteristics and abilities can be attributed to people simply on the basis of their race and that some racial groups are superior to others.” Therefore, further legal activities must occur by attorneys, whose focus is toward righteousness rather than British Motor Works or capitalistic justice.