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Message posted by Colin2102/12/2020 at 10:45am
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Quote: Originally posted by Mitchamitri on 01/12/2020
There has become a tendency on the internet I think for people to post stuff as "fact" then when challenged say "Oh, it might not be true", also I note how polarised language is getting like people posting on facebook "No-one is following the lockdown" or "Its entirely the kids spreading it", all, clearly wrong and divisive.
TV presenters being replaced to improve diversity - I have no problem with that at all. It's about time.
As for it being Eamonn Holmes being dropped - he is a wholly unpleasant person in my opinion so him being dropped is a little bit on icing on a cake.
Yes I tend to agree about so-called facts.
I hate all forms of discrimination, but I think positive discrimination is possibly the worst of all. Real non-discrimination means that the best candidate gets the job, regardless of who they are. I would hate to be a "token whatever" in any position, just picked because I fitted a certain diversity profile. I like to think that every job I got, I got because I was the best candidate. Mind you, I think sometimes I may have been the only candidate.