The Social Justice Warrior’s 9 Theses Against this Blog and Its Author

This blog is racist, because it supports Israel over Islamic totalitarians, and because it posts videos of people speaking in front of Tea Party sympathizers. (You know, those horrible racists!)

This blog is sexist, because it uses “he,” instead of “he/she” or “(s)he” or “he or she” or “she,” when referring to those of unspecified gender.

This blog is ableist, because its author doesn’t believe people should be robbed to support the disabled, (and all the disabled are permanently useless and can never support themselves without the government forcing others to care for them.)

This blog is hateful of poor people, because it doesn’t support the forcible tearing down of rich people for their sake.

This blog is against sound economics, like the Broken Window Theory and “wealth inequality means everyone is poorer.”

This blog dares to peek beyond the Veil of Ignorance, and challenge John Rawls’s view of (social) justice as fairness.

This blog is homophobic, because its author doesn’t support laws forcing private businesses to hire or serve people they don’t want to, such as gays.

This blog is anti-science, because its author doesn’t want government to destroy people’s freedom on the basis of unreliable computer models.

This blog is triggering, because it contains offensively positive references to Ayn Rand.

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10 thoughts on “The Social Justice Warrior’s 9 Theses Against this Blog and Its Author

    • Yes, well it’s pretty obvious to socially aware people, (non-sociopaths, if you will) that a privileged individual’s freedom should be contingent on he/she/it expressing empathy for all underprivileged groups, and contributing to the common good of society. If white males can’t be bothered to check their privilege, or if they insist on being insensitive and triggering, then freedom of speech is not for them.

  1. It’s the guy from reddit

    Fuck man, this just hits me right in the heart. Why can’t more people realize things like these.

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