March 8, 2020
In society’s mores and conventions, are hidden areas of discrete discrimination. Those who self-select as belonging to a social group assume that their fellows adhere to common rules of behaviour. Rules within groups are there to indicate future behaviour; they give a baseline for how people are expected to respond or react, to reach the future goal where the greatest good for society is achieved. But, inside any society, there are layers and partitions of advantage that muddy the water. Selfishly, one group might make malicious ripples and eddies to displace, reject, repel others, thereby acquiring more assets, or power.