'Darkness cannot remove darkness, only light can. Hate cannot be answered by hate, it can only be given with love. Martin Luther King's sentence reminds that even though a human being is a race on earth from a scientific perspective, but by dividing itself into mines like color, religion and language etc.
'Racial Discrimination' has coined the term. What India, what is Pakistan, what is America… This poison of 'discrimination' has become so deadly in every corner of the world that the basic needs of people are becoming a crisis.
Looking at some news, Muslims in India, non-Chinese or non-Buddhists in China, blacks in the US and Europe, and non-racial in some of the so-called white countries, had to get house rent. is. This crisis has become so great that one victim had to say that 'the musician can rent a house by hiding his flute, a non-vegetarian can call himself a vegetarian but how to hide an identity? And why hide? '
Getting a house or a house is all that is needed. What are the conditions that a person must fulfill in order to rent a house? Can those terms include discrimination on grounds of color, gender, country, caste, religion? The ideal answer is that 'should not happen' but it is happening all over the world. Let's start with the story of Germany.
1. According to the story told by Srinivas Prasad, who shifted from Hong Kong to Germany, the report of The Hindu says that it is very difficult to find 'black foreigners' in Germany as needed. Despite that Prasad had arrived as an officer in a big German company, he was still interested in converting more than 100 landlords.
2. A report quoting Amrita Malik said that she could not find a house in Florence, Italy because she is an Indian. The reason was not stated, the landlady simply said that she did not want to give houses to Indians.
3. In Christchurch, one of the largest cities in New Zealand, it has become extremely difficult for the Maori people of New Zealand, rural or regional communities, to find houses on rent.
4. According to recent news, in a dispute between a 'white' owner and a 'black' tenant in Toronto, Canada, the Superior Court ruled that a property owner could not, due to not having 'like-minded or family instinct' Can not evict tenant.
5. In India, do a search on the Internet, how many cities have the same story that Muslims are not getting houses for rent. Despite offering double the rent in many small and big cities like Delhi, Chandigarh, Mumbai, Bangalore, Bhopal, it is difficult for the tenant to get a house if he is a Muslim. Not only this, due to being caste-specific in North Eastern, Kashmiri and some places, houses are not getting rented.
Although this situation is not new, but since the last general elections, the new laws regarding Kashmir, citizenship have been made, this situation has worsened in many cities. Riots in Delhi in February have also become a reason for this situation, so socially increasing communal gap has been a major reason. Let's take a look at why this is happening all over the world.
What are the reasons for discrimination?
Does discrimination occur in nature? Is social evil or political intrigue? You can read many more lengthy articles about it, but there is no problem in understanding that a particular kind of 'nationalism' is getting winded, hence the hatred towards certain communities according to the places An atmosphere is being created. There has been talk of 'Vaccine Nationalism' in the era of Kovid 19, so 'Rental Racism' is still a distant battle.
Giving more reasons, the ED Times report says that it is a shameful situation that on one side you are calling yourself 'liberal' and on the other side you are 'hardcore'. People also think about not giving houses to people of other communities or religions, if they do this then it will not be of service to their society or what the community will say! In the twentieth century, where there is a debate on whether to rent a house as a fundamental right, we have to fight with casteism and bigotry.
What are the reports saying?
The report of the Office of Anti-Discrimination in Germany found that 'racism' is increasing and minorities are facing difficulties. Not only this, it has also been emphasized that prejudices are coming out more. It is important that you have a certain kind of perception for a particular community, so treat them in a special way.
In this case, without mentioning the United Kingdom, it does not happen. 'Racism' is so powerful in Britain that studies are being done on its outcome. The government policy on the environment of discrimination seems to be failing and discrimination in society has increased more than ever.
On the one hand, the government is now calling these policies 'flexible policies' rather than anti-discrimination, but think tanks believe that in the words of one propaganda Lisa Walker 'the price of living on this planet is activism'. The thing to remember is that humans themselves are a race and if 'racism' is seen anywhere within this breed, then the answer is 'activism'.
Bollywood superstar Shah Rukh Khan and Gauri Khan's daughter Suhana Khan recently did a post related to racism, which was very much discussed. Now Chitrangada Singh also posted a social media post slamming the apartheid in the same order. Chitrangada shared her four pictures on her Insta story and wrote in the caption, 'Am Brown n Happy.'
That is, I am dark and happy. In front of his caption, Chitrangada has created a happy emoji. However, this is not the first time that Chitrangada has spoken openly about her complexion. In a conversation with a website recently, Chitrangada had told that he had even refused to endorse Fairness Cream. She said that she is proud of his skin tone.
Suhana said that her skin color is brown and she is proud of it. He wrote, 'This is not just about me but for every young boy and girl who suffers from inferiority complex without any reason. Fully developed women and men have called me ugly because of my skin tone.' We just need this attitude to add racism in all forms.