They cry bigotry whenever someone disagrees with them, yet wish the worst possible fate upon those who aren't exactly like them.
They claim to be inclusive, yet flip out whenever they see people taking an interest in anything outside of their own culture.
They call right-wingers racist, yet they have an irrational obsession with people's ethnicity, among other things.
They scrutinize everything even remotely off-color, and yet act like they can do no wrong themselves.
They bitch about who supposedly started an issue, yet have no interest in ending the issue.
They think all people who are white are inherently racist.
They spend their time harassing, guilt-tripping, and doxing people online because they think that's what social justice is.
They think they're helping, but they're too far up their own asses to look at themselves and realize that they're actually doing a disservice.
I'm talking about the notorious social justice warriors. And just what are they? Well, take one of those history books about the Civil Rights movement that has a lot of dramatic and iconic pictures of riots and protesters, add a naive kid who thinks it would be fun to get sprayed with a fire hose and be hailed a hero for it, and you've got yourself a cancerous tumor.
Far-left fascists who wallow in a hyper-collective mentality and subsequently see different races, genders, sexual orientations, or religions as single giant entities instead of individual people. They have a selectively strict herd mentality where people who are X represent the complete embodiment of every negative thing that has ever happened or been done by other people who are X, past or present, even if the individual in question has wronged no one... just so long as it's convenient for them. They don't see you as Dave or Joe, they see you as White Cis Male unit № 25787429.
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This reminds me of what Bill Maher said a few months ago:
Comedian Bill Maher took aim at left-wing Democrats on Monday night, slamming them for political correctness that he called a “cancer on progressivism.”
While often taking Democrats’ side as a vocal critic of President Trump, Maher, who hosts HBO’s “Real Time with Bill Maher,” said in an appearance on CNN that Democrats “don’t help themselves a lot.”
The longtime political commentator pointed to backers of Trump who regularly cite that they like his lack of political correctness.
“The vast majority of liberals in this country hate it,” Maher said of political correctness. “They think political correctness has gone way too far. No one likes to be living on egg shells.”
Maher said that he goes after Democrats because they “need some tough love, and I’m not going to stop.”
He pointed to the news surrounding the 2016 election and the focus on Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton's email scandal, saying that he believes the coverages affected the election.
“They have some things to answer for,” Maher said. “I think this far-left political correctness is a cancer on progressivism.“When you talk to Trump supporters, they’re not blind to his myriad flaws, but one thing they always say he’s not politically correct. I don’t think you can overestimate how much people have been choking on political correctness and hate it,” Maher continued.
Former NBC and Fox News host Megyn Kelly on Tuesday responded to Maher’s remarks, tweeting that despite criticizing Maher “many times,” he’s “dead right about the pc police & their fake self-righteousness.”
Really? Because antisjws are recorded as being the bigots you project the left to be without evidence: https://www.oneangrygamer.net/2020/08/343-removes-new-mombasa-police-nameplate-from-halo-master-chief-collection/114831/
They think giving boys and girls the colors blue and pink respectively is sexist, yet wish death upon men every day. no we don't
They cry bigotry whenever someone disagrees with them, yet wish the worst possible fate upon those who aren't exactly like them. what
They claim to be inclusive, yet flip out whenever they see people taking an interest in anything outside of their own culture. taking interest in another culture isn't the same as cultural appropriation. certain rituals/ceremonies, clothing, etc are to be done/worn by people of that culture specifically. take my sister, for example: she is very interested in japanese culture, but she does not wear kimonos because she KNOWS it is not for her. the kimono has a lot of history and meaning in japan.
They call right-wingers racist, yet they have an irrational obsession with people's ethnicity, among other things. what
They scrutinize everything even remotely off-color, and yet act like they can do no wrong themselves. we literally never said we can't make mistakes but ok
They bitch about who supposedly started an issue, yet have no interest in ending the issue. we literally try as hard as we can to stop an issue ?
They think all people who are white are inherently racist. this is because they are. people of white cultures have racism basically drilled into their heads, even if they think they are not racist. trust me. i'm white.
They spend their time harassing, guilt-tripping, and doxing people online because they think that's what social justice is. WE ARE LITERALLY AGAINST THIS.....WHAT
Wanna point out that third one
Thank you so much for that. I like anime and vocaloid but that doesn't mean I'm a cultural appropriator.. I don't wear clothing or preform rituals that isn't made for my culture since... it's not very appropriate.
I'm white and thin.
As someone who's not a lot of things on that list, yes, I have seen them view lots of people that they see as "privileged" as inherently bad. I've even see someone flat out say they were themselves homophobic because ONLY because they were straight.
Also another thing that bothers me is my thinness is caused by my neurodivergency. My lips have turned completely pale white because of my disinterest in eating. Am I really privileged for experiencing symptoms of depression and ADHD? Because dang -_- In cases like that, the privlidge they see is only on the surface.
I hate to admit it, but, as much as I dislike SJWs, I've been kind of guilty of some of this stuff unintentionally, myself. I believe differently from most Christians and sometimes, when I speak out about my faith, I feel like I'm trying to be too different even though I believe it to be the truth. I have unintentionally manipulated people before too and I misunderstood what people have said to me on more than one occasion. In my defense, I've never really become angry or defensive or even flipped out when someone came against my views (honestly, sometimes it's like they believe there's no such freedom in this country as worshiping God the way you want to), but I did engage them in debate in the first place when I should've just ignored them. It would have saved me the headache. But, TL;DR, I've done some SJW like stuff by accident and I am going to try to curb that.