If you want to see just how fallen modern man is, express a politically incorrect thought, or worse, tweet one!
In response to the horrific Paris bombings, which would never have been possible without foreign mass colonisation, Rob Lowe tweeted, “Oh NOW France closes its borders.” Expect a groveling apology tomorrow.
As punishment, Lowe has been bullied and essentially dehumanised. Lowe is called an “atrocious human being”, “Lowe by name, low by nature”, “You are making the world worse”, etc. etc.
For the enlightened modern man, those who express thought crime are subhuman and deserving of verbal, economic, and perhaps even physical punishment. Forgiveness for such crimes is never given (unless the perpetrator is higher up the diversity scale: black lesbians are never held to account). Nevertheless, a humiliating apology is expected, to ensure no others dare repeat such mistake.
To the modern, only Social Justice Warriors are moral. Any who speak against the invasion of Europe couldn’t possibly love Europe, love his people, love a true sense of diversity of nations. No, no, such rebels are selfish, hating, and generally Eevil!
Well, as yet it is not illegal to post the following:
Those who say France should be for the French are the good guys! It is perfectly moral to reject mass invasion by foreign peoples, and there is no reason to believe a large global empire would be more benevolent than would a tiny society that minds its own business and its own people.
I doubt Rob Lowe holds even this decent opinion of mine though. Likely tomorrow he’ll explain how he dislikes Muslims for all the right reasons: They reject Social Justice Warrior values! And his only dream in life is to build a Social Justice Warrior utopia, preferably one that isn’t so icky white.
I ask though, would Koreans or Israelis resisting the colonisation and subjugation of their homelands be similarly vilified? Or perhaps standards are different when applied to Europeans?
I say, it is the Social Justice Warriors who hate. They hate real humanity, the humanity of nations, tribes, clans, families, and indeed faiths and states.