|| Mooser: … Oh, I see. The fact that people didn’t get what they deserved (consideration for a position or school let’s say) because of discrimination means they didn’t deserve it in the first place. … ||
Dude, I seriously do not want to be on the “wrong side” of you but I didn’t say or imply – and I know that you know that I didn’t say or imply – that people who “didn’t get what they deserved because of discrimination means they didn’t deserve it in the first place”.
But maybe you think that “the Jews” deserve a religion-supremacist state because they “didn’t get what they deserved because of discrimination”. But I’m pretty sure that you don’t.
|| … Does the same logic apply to rights? Those that haven’t had rights, should not receive affirmative action towards getting rights, because if they didn’t have them, they don’t deserve them. … ||
Where have I stated that people who haven’t had rights shouldn’t receive them because they don’t deserve them? Please do tell.
|| … Doesn’t look good for those poor ladies tied up in the rapist’s basement, does it? … ||
Why doesn’t it look good? I think those poor ladies are entitled to justice and accountability and equality. Do you think they aren’t, or are you suggesting that their victimhood isn’t addressed until every woman – regardless of how well or poorly her life has progressed – has been compensated for the suffering “those poor ladies” have experienced?