I posted this on a religious board at BeliefNet, but I thought I'd post it here, too:
Blue-eyed people are said by scientists to have a recessive gene and are a minority in number. It's a mystery as to why they haven't died out yet. I guess being blue-eyed is a choice. If it was genetic, then why aren't we all blue-eyed by now?
Blue-eyed people need to give up their unhealthy lifestyle. Medical studies show that people who lack that much melanin in their eyes are more prone to cataracts and premature blindness. They have to wear
sunglasses to prevent this, which is something I find quite unnatural.
We need to pass legislation to limit the civil rights of blue people, because it's obvious that their way of life is inferior to ours. God made us with brown eyes, not ugly blue-eyes!
I hate left-handed people, too! There is no scientific evidence that there is a "left-handed gene". It's a choice, dammit! It's a choice. I know many people who have successfully switched from being left-handed to right-handed. Right-handed is normal, but left is just plain unnatural. Can't we plainly see that the majority of the people are right-handed? Something bad must have happened to them when they were little to make them this way. Maybe they got beat at arm-wrestling when they were young, emotionally scarring them, leading to them to use the other hand instead of the natural, normal right-hand. Maybe their parents taught them to be this way. Perhaps it was because they had a distant writing instructor in grammar school.
You say I should accept blue-eyed people and left-handed people as being merely different? Why should I? Statistics say that left-handed people are more likely to get into accidents and die because our world is designed for the natural right-handers. Statistics say that blue-eyed people will more than likely need glasses when they get older. That should be a sign that they are inferior. God is sending them a message.
Hope it's useful to some of you. :)