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Social justice is group or collective justice and it is often not justice for the individual who is demonized for not going along with “group think”. Individual rights are oppressed by social justice warriors who create a noxious label for you and then proceed to attack and try to destroy you with name calling and guilt by association.

If you are not a Democrat or an establishment sympathizer then you run the risk of being called a racist, misogynist, sexist, rapist, or homophobe and politically labeled as a Nazi, Fascist, or Alt Right sympathizer. The educational establishment and big corporations like Google are already blacklisting humans with conservative inclinations and smaller groups within the organization sabotage your work and don’t promote you if you are not “politically correct” in your political views.

Religious intolerance has been replaced by political or ideological intolerance with a dogmatic zeal to suppress opposing political views and not permitting even the debate or discussion of the topic in educational classes.

The Democratic political, blacklisting, corrupt bias of the entertainment industry has even filtered down into sports and it has ruined comedy too. There is no longer a wholesome moral cultural consensus as to what is right or wrong and the promiscuous, drug promoting celebrities are no longer revered and respected by the vast majority of the population. Political and cultural leadership has been corrupted by big money and many are no longer admired and respected because they are fundamentally leading immoral lives.

Without a widely promoted common morality, cultural cohesion in the long duration is not possible and no amount of collective propaganda or imposition of ideological beliefs will make the chronic situation better.

There are some optimistic discussions in the alternative media which make a lot of sense or are bastions of the truth in a sea of fake news and ideological intolerance.

I personally like the Rubin Report and occasionally listen to YouTube videos by Styxhexenhammer666, Sargon of Akkad, and interviews of Jordan Peterson, Ben Shapiro, Candace Owens, etc.

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Excellent blog which dramatically shows the destructive beast that language can be when wrong stereotypes and name calling are used to label humans.


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Stereotype: v. to identify a human(s) and/or subset(s) by one personality characteristic and/or one generalization which is frequently not very accurate

Hispanics are alcoholics, women are carers, and cities are industrial wastelands are stereotypes which don’t give an accurate complete description of many Hispanics, women, and cities. They are stereotypes or broad generalizations which are not accurate in many individual instances.

Name calling is also a form of stereotyping and if you call someone stupid, crazy, or incompetent they may in fact only do some stupid, crazy, and incompetent things but labeling them as being compulsive about it is wrong and a stereotype.

Beliefs in stereotypes, especially of ethnic groups, is also the foundation of prejudice and once you strongly believe in a stereotype it is very hard to change that belief because you have developed an emotional attachment to it and don’t want to or aren’t smart enough to change it.

Stereotypes are popular because they create a simplistic view of the world which doesn’t require much logical thinking. Unfortunately stereotypes will handicap a human who uses too many of them and he or she will frequently be thought of as not very smart or even prejudiced if the stereotypes are unflattering generalities of humans and things.

Historically all my black tenants have been bad tenants but I have also had many bad white tenants and the real reason that they are bad tenants is because all of them have been poor financially with lousy jobs. I have learned not to stereotype humans based on race but I have learned to stereotype them based on income. If a tenant is poor financially then the probabability that they will be a bad tenant is close to 100%. I have learned the hard way through the school of hard knocks that money is more important than race and I always ask and confirm monthly income, time on the job, and rental history.


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