The bottom of the society, refuse to discriminate

  I saw a movie before in which a corporate boss or executive was traumatized by his son’s suicide, and then gave up a high-paying career and started doing low-level jobs (building houses, painting, etc.). He feels that this kind of life is very good, and there is not too much mental stress.
  In the film, I found that he was not discriminated against by occupation and class because he was in a low-level job. This shocks me, because in reality, it is difficult for you to be at the bottom of society and not to suffer discrimination based on occupation and class. This kind of discrimination is not up to you to choose, and it is hard for you to ignore it. At that point I thought, in the movies, the trauma of the corporate boss can be healed by doing the bottom job; in reality, the bottom job causes the trauma.
  When I watched this movie, I was working at the lowest level in a factory, and the discrimination I suffered was everywhere. I wished I could be in a non-discriminatory environment like him. If that were the case, I wouldn’t have to be in a traumatic environment every day. To this day, I am still envisioning or expecting a social environment where no one will be discriminated against based on occupation and class.
  In a discriminatory social environment, no matter how “strong” you are inside, you cannot resist the constant discrimination against you by the outside world. In the past few years, some mobile phones were called “factory sisters/brothers”, and everyone looked down on these phones, because only those “factory sisters/brothers” who knew nothing about mobile phones would buy these phones. These “factory sisters/brothers” are considered to be typical bottom-level people who are illiterate, uneducated, and ignorant (today, “educational education” has become the second nature of human beings), and these people are paying the “IQ tax” by buying these mobile phones , are paying the price for their/their low IQ. Such blatant occupational and class discrimination remarks can be seen everywhere on the Internet and are naturally common offline. It can be said that such discrimination is the consensus of the society, and the discriminated groups even think like this.
  Under such a consensus, people who are engaged in low-level jobs have to bear a heavy burden to make ends meet: on the one hand, they bear hard work, and on the other hand, they suffer from continuous discrimination at the social level, such as people who continue to work as takeaway riders, cleaners, etc. found in groups. However, due to the closeness of takeaway riders and cleaners, people have more “empathy”; while groups working at the bottom of “remote” rural and industrial areas, they have less “empathy”.
  One might say that such a discriminatory environment can stimulate people’s “motivation” and stimulate the “vitality” of society. A person who has been severely discriminated against may grow into a very powerful person, such as Du Yuesheng. The social discrimination he suffered in his early years must be imagined, but his “ability” and opportunities made him a big drug lord. I think that such “motivation” and “vigor” are probably not considered good by a few people, because it requires the whole society to undertake it.
  The ‘vitality’ and ‘prosperity’ of society should not be driven by such discriminatory/discriminated drivers. Motivations triggered by discrimination, torture, and suffering are more likely to lead to further discrimination, torture, and suffering. When Mr. Zhang Yitang said that he was “washing the dishes” in a foreign country and no one looked down on him, I was thinking that he was happy to “wash the dishes”, at least he would not come to work with strong hatred and anger. In some places, society, not only the bottom society, but also the universities known as ivory towers, still cannot get rid of the atmosphere of discrimination from top to bottom.
  When I work 12-hour night shifts every day in a noisy factory and can only earn less than 3,000 yuan a month, I can’t help but doubt its rationality. People will ask me: why are you not “motivated”? Why didn’t you study hard before? Why do you have no education and can only do the lowest level of work? But if I “move up” and I have an “undergraduate degree”, does that mean these bottom jobs don’t exist anymore? Is it necessary to accept such a situation at the lowest level? These questions may be more worth pondering in today’s era when human civilization can send probes to the edge of the solar system.