There are people who do not deserve any mercy according to popular votes within society. In a way, they are neither right nor wrong on the subject of Undeserving. We are human and we are free to feel and believe what it is we want to believe.
That is where the dilemma resides, we as people have our own opinions, but we do not always agree with one another, and so a misunderstanding barrages between us as a society. For example, we as a society are separated by our own belief when it comes to religion as well as politics, which in itself is a controversial issue.
Many people who are religious, has always had an opinion about those who do not believe in a higher being and of the other religions and a judgment that either was good or bad, but are any of those beliefs undeserving to be followed or understood because of people preference and bias, no. Then we have politics, everyone belongs to a different party and there are those who opt-out of being an affiliate with any one of them. Yes, everyone has their own political view of what is right and wrong with the government, by the way, it’s functioning and the laws and policies passed down. The way the government is going now, this is the time of high alerts and blaming and shaming. But is anyone who has an opinion about politics and government undeserving, no.
That is why society itself is scary because a lot of people have lost their lives, because of society placing some invisible rule of who deserves mercy and who doesn’t. That is why there is still a stigma between the races in our society. Especially, between the African American community and the Caucasian community. There are too much stigma’s that need to be put out there and resolved because too many people are either losing their lives over them or losing themselves over them.
We as humanity, need to always keep this in mind, that we all bleed red, and that we cannot change who we are. We might be of different shades and different nationalities, but we bleed red. We should not turn our backs on our fellow human beings, because of our bias, rather fight against the grain.