WRITTEN ENGLISH TRANSCRIPT:
See the glass crystals? Yellow. Green. Blue. Yellow: Oppression. Green: Bullying. Blue: Hate.
Hate has no home. All for solidarity. All for reassuring human beings on the planet.
Hate has no home. When I had been studied by hand and eye in hate crime, methodology of the oppressed, how to deal with culture of bullying every day, it makes me a stronger person, and it can be no easy feat. Important: Awareness. Such a step to learn and change is a bold of making a difference and of prevailing bullying regarding the purpose of hatred and how to change it. Assumptions, twisting, revenge, hate, bullying, does it feel good? The results, what will you get out of it? Gold medal? Trophy with name being honored? What will it benefit you? Nothing.
Hate is powerful. Again, what will it benefit you? Destroying or killing a person’s soul, making you feel good–inside the body, it hurts, it hurts Deaf community, how will we stop hate? How? It starts with Deaf community.
Deaf community is precious in many ways. Doing character assassination. Is it not hate? Why sign “hate”? It means killing. How will it benefit you? Deaf community is still in the growing pain of bullying. As bullying, oppression, and hate (crime) are largely lacking awareness in Deaf community. How would it reach to the point where the culture of bullying to destroy a human being is back on the table, and where awareness of shaming, naming, and bullying on a mass scale being advanced by the members of Deaf community?
Important: Human beings.
Hate: No home.
Copyright © 2019 Jason Tozier
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One thought on “Hate: No Home”
Good video and script. These ppl who hate themselves have no sense of appreciation. And value for life. Gotta have a meaningful purpose to live on earth. I believe deaf community is lacking their own self respect and individuality. You are right. There s no reward for destroying a human being. Hmm… I think lack of self love and no sense of responsibility for their actions. Full of hypocrisy in the deaf community. Hard to find an authentic person.
Tracey D. Salaway, MFA