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I am not against hiring immigrants, however only hiring immigrants is discriminating non-immigrants, just like only hiring white people is discriminating other people who aren't white.
The point with anti-racism is not to start discriminating a different group of people, if we do that then it's just an endless cycle.
So I'm all for hiring immigrants, I'm not for only hiring immigrants. They should have a fair and valid chance, just like anybody else. We are essentially fighting for equality after all.
than you need to stop.
Need to stop what?
And to the rest of your argument..
I am not saying there is anything wrong with getting or not getting plastic surgeries. I am not telling transgender people how to live their life, or what to do with their body.
What I am saying is that the transgender movement contradicts the fight for gender equality. And although your post has good arguments, none of them argue against this statement I just said.
I'm not anti-vaccine, I just wish there was more criticism on the area. Of course we should vaccinate for polio, measles and whatever other deadly diseases vaccines have eliminated.
However just because we've had many successful vaccines, that doesn't mean they all have been, and it doesn't mean they are all going to be.
For example the HPV vaccine, which turned out to have way too many cases of both non-threatening and serious side effects. Scientists say that it hasn't been tested well enough, yet still the same vaccine is offered to every 14 year old girl in the nordic region.
I have also heard of rumors of a vaccine being given to every child in Denmark for a disease that can only affect boys.
I also wish that someone would bring of the corruptness of the pharmaceutical industry, and the medical bias of certified doctors in the vaccine debates. Because mostly people just talk about whether we should get them or not, instead of whether there are vaccines we shouldn't get, and if so, how do we protect the public and children especially from these vaccines.