As you read this post please keep in mind that if you disagree with anything I have to say . . . you hate me. In fact, if you disagree with the statement I just made, you are probably one of the most hateful people on the planet. I’ll take it one step further: if you think the statement I just made regarding my first statement is somehow wrong, you’re no different than the KKK. I can think of nothing more spiteful, more degrading, and more uncivilized than disagreeing with someone. The sheer audacity and arrogance it takes to suggest that somebody is wrong is just shameful.
It is because of my desire for peace, love, and harmony for all of mankind (and the rest of the animal kingdom) that I have dedicated my life to the fight against hate. The first point I wish to make clear is that hate is wrong . . . well, not “wrong” wrong; but just, wrong. Okay, okay, I wouldn’t say it’s wrong because that would be a hateful thing to do. What I really mean to say is that hate is just not right . . . that is, I strongly disagree with people who hate. Hold on a second, that’s not right. Disagreeing with people is hateful, and I disagree with hate; so, I can’t disagree with people who hate because that would be hateful. Wait a minute, I think I just disagreed with myself! Oh my goodness! I hate myself!
As you can see, hate is terribly destructive. This is why it is important that we seek to include everyone; quite frankly, everyone’s opinion is valid and should be accepted. After all, to say that someone is wrong, that someone’s opinion is invalid, is no different than saying that person is a worthless pile of dung. This is why I have a dream! I envision a society in which everyone is accepted for who they are and everyone is allowed to think or believe whatever they want without the fear of some arrogant bigot saying they are wrong. In fact, the only people we would not accept in this harmonious society are those who disagree with us. This society, like Boston, would be on the very cutting edge of inclusion. I believe we could make this dream a reality—all we have to do is force, by law, everyone who disagrees with our inclusiveness to shut-up; and if they don’t shut up, we’ll just throw them in prison.
Don’t like what I have to say? It’s because you, my friend, are a hater . . . oh, and please don’t leave any comments because I would consider any feedback about this article a hate crime.