Social Justice

Whenever I do a show on the new religion, I am struck by the stupidity of the claims made by these people, but also the radicalism of it. The people pushing this stuff are not just attacking the Western idea of individual rights. They are attacking the notion that you are an individual with some control over your life. Essential to the social justice cause is the assertion that you are a product of social forces.

Because your protestations against the various social pogroms that come out of the new religion are the result of your conditioning, the social justice warrior sees your resistance as proof of her claims. The more you try to explain why you do not want to submit to the new rules, the more certain she is that she is right. It is why these people are always on the attack. They need the feedback.

Ideologies, like religions, usually fall into two main camps. One camp is world-affirming and one is world-denying. The former accepts the reality of the human condition, while the latter assumes the human condition can be transcended. Folk religions seek help from the gods for practical things like a good harvest. Universal religions promise relief from suffering in the next life.

The new religion is a strange combination of these two main ideas. It starts with the unfairness and inequity of this world. The fight for social justice does not expressly promise salvation or relief from suffering, but the implication is that at some point in the future we attain social justice. On the other hand, it also seems to expect tangible benefits in the present if certain rituals are followed.

In practice the new religion promises the believers liberations from whatever it is they think is oppressing them. The blacks will be free of whiteness. The xirls will be free of the pale penis people. The fat will be liberated from gravity. This desire for liberation from some aspect of the present reality lacks specificity, which suggests it is a destination that lies outside the realm of material existence.

Integral to these claims is the blatant cries for vengeance. The attacks on white people, for example, are purely based in racial vengeance. Whether it is black teens attacking white people on the streets or the system being corrupted to exact vengeance on white people in official settings like a courtroom, the whole purpose is to get some payback in the here and now, not after the revolution.

Of course, much of what all of this depends upon is the mediocrity of the people embracing the social justice religion. Modern technological society has been difficult on the sorts of people bourgeoise society produces in abundance, which is the credentialed mediocrity. These are the people who think they are smart, but struggle with the complexity of modern life.

The new religion offers them refuge. They have to learn a bunch of esoteric insider language and concepts, which reinforces their belief in their own intelligence, but this is not math, so the right answer is a matter of perspective. Everyone gets their own truth and the sense they had to possess special qualities in order to gain it. Social justice is an ideal religion for alienated bourgeoise females.


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This Week’s Show

Contents

  • The Question Weapon
  • What Is Social Justice?
  • What Is Equitable?
  • What Is Privilege?
  • Main Principles of Social Justice
  • How Does This End?

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Bartleby the Scrivner
Bartleby the Scrivner
11 months ago

Question for the class.

With regards to Prigozhin, what takes precedent, in his mind; his nationality, or the tiny hat?

Makes wonder why he wasn’t dealt with more harshly. He’s still on the board to cause havoc later.

george 1
george 1
Reply to  Bartleby the Scrivner
11 months ago

Prigozhin and the Wagners who were with him should be grateful that Putin is a thinking man. He did not wish a public bloodbath for the Wagners. So he made Prigozhin an offer he couldn’t refuse.

Eloi
Eloi
Reply to  george 1
11 months ago

This is exactly my thought on the matter. Putin can’t risk a civil conflict or further escalation. Plus, I do believe Wagner could have made a serious run to Moscow and humiliated Russia.

Jeffrey Zoar
Jeffrey Zoar
Reply to  Eloi
11 months ago

No way for Wagner to get to Moscow without the Russian military’s acquiescence. Which it appeared to have, up to the point things reached. There was no significant action taken against it. Whether that acquiescence was the result of orders from above or sentiment from below is the unanswered question. My guess is probably the former, but how far above?

Hemid
Hemid
Reply to  Bartleby the Scrivner
11 months ago

The hat does confer an obligation to do certain suicidal things, but I think in this case he just mixed the wrong pills with his vodka and had a sustained blackout. In his coup vlogs he seemed seriously smashed. Pitching a coup was prominent in the automatic remnant of his mind because he’s been given that order/offer by America et al., partly in “fellow hat” terms. But he hurried, like a [vulgar analogy to another thing drunk guys rush and fail to do].

tashtego
tashtego
11 months ago

Prigozhin, early life, yup.

WCiv911
WCiv911
Reply to  tashtego
11 months ago

C1A
M16
Bay of P1gs.
Do over.

Bourbon
Bourbon
Reply to  WCiv911
11 months ago

My jaw dropped today when I read Prigozhin’s Early Life. I never in a million years would have imagined that Putin [?!?!? whoever the he11 Putin proves to have been ?!?!?] would allow an Early Life to be in charge of its own private army, consisting of non-Geneva-Convention’ed roving murderers. It never even dawned on me to check Prigozhin’s Early Life. WTF is going on here? Was this entire mess in Ukraine/Khazaria staged by the likes of a Mel Brooks, for the viewing pleasure of the Early Lives which drink the Mai-Tais on the beach at Tel Aviv? What is… Read more »

Anna
Anna
Reply to  Bourbon
11 months ago

Sigh. It’s hard for haters of (((early lives))) to admit, but Putin has a lot of personal friends among the Jews. His fav teachers and dzu do coach have had (early lives))). According to Larry Johnson of http://www.sonar21.com the “coup” was a combined performance of Putin and Prigozhin. The supposed coup started in Voronezh and Rostov which are over 1000km from Moscow but only couple of hundred km from Kharkov, the largest Russian speaking city in Ukraine. Russia had a chance to move the troops to these large cities without arousing Ukrainian suspicions. Also Kim Dotcom notices that Prigozhin and… Read more »

Bourbon
Bourbon
Reply to  Anna
11 months ago

Over at PA World & Times this morning, the rumor is that the CIA had offered Prigozhin 5 billion dollars to attack Moscow, but that Putin & Prigohzin then settled on a deal wherein each of them would siphon off 1 billion, and the remaining 3 billion would be dispersed to the Wagner mµrder3rs, at about $50,000 per Wagnerian. [50K times 60K equals 3B.] PS: How cynical must the j00z be, to invoke the name of Richard Wagner in this mess? Wikipedia: “In 2021, the Foreign Policy report noted the origin of the name “Wagner” to be unknown. Others say… Read more »

george 1
george 1
Reply to  Anna
11 months ago

Most likely Prigozhin is a U.S./NATO/Cabal asset. The cabal actually had deluded themselves into believing that Russia was on the verge of a civil war anyway and all they had to do was activate their Agent in charge of the Wagners. Notice the attempted coup happened as Ukraine is becoming more desperate. In their fantasy world by the time the Wagners got to Moscow at least half the country would be with them to include most of the military. What a stunning surprise for the neocons to find out that their little color revolution never had a chance. The bad… Read more »

Eloi
Eloi
Reply to  Anna
11 months ago

Yeah, I read Sonar, but too many there seem to idealize Russia’s performance in this war, everything that is a Russian mistake goes through mental gymnastics to become “3D Chess”. For the record, I do believe Russia is winning, but they have made major mistakes, too. As to the Prigozhin, to believe that this was some huge misdirection takes a huge leap in logic. What’s more likely? Some grand 3d chess, or the following: Prigozhin had never been in a sustained, urban warzone until now (Utkin was probably the more ‘in the trenches guy). He probably had some enemies, including… Read more »

tashtego
Member
Reply to  Anna
11 months ago

Yes, I’m sure it’s complicated when you really dig into it all which I freely admit I haven’t. I just saw the news about the apparent back-stabbing double cross and thought “I bet you a nickel….” and sure enough, pattern reenforced yet again. It would be hilarious though if it was all an elaborate ruse to dupe the Kagan Kult maniacs.

george 1
george 1
Reply to  WCiv911
11 months ago

Yes. I am sure Nuland and company were shocked to discover that the coup did not catch on quite like they had hoped. Putin did not desire a public bloodbath for the Wagners so he made Prigozhin an offer he couldn’t refuse.

Ploppy
Ploppy
11 months ago

Just finished listening. Went to Starbucks today to have an iced coffee with my lunch and they had their gay flags out with slogans about how included and welcome we all are, while the Gen Z employees refuse to make eye contact and the chairs are deliberately engineered to be uncomfortable so you’ll leave sooner. To tie up Z’s podcast, really what we see here with Social Justice is a recurring form of human organization: the cult. The cult sells itself on claiming to have a recipe for utopia, superficially offers endless platitudes about how everyone is welcome and equal,… Read more »

Ostei Kozelskii
Member
Reply to  Ploppy
11 months ago

What the hell were you doing in a Starbucks, Ploppy? Lousy coffee isn’t all that scarce.

Ploppy
Ploppy
Reply to  Ostei Kozelskii
11 months ago

I wanted lunch at the Thai place but I don’t like sitting at the Thai place because it’s like a cafeteria in a Korean supermarket and it’s full of Asians and fluorescent lights. So there’s a Starbucks nearby where I used to go and eat the lunch with an iced coffee before the world ended with covid, and I thought I’d try it out again. Unfortunately the Starbucks employees are now much more rude and pink-haired and they’ve made the chairs so bad you can’t sit in them to stop blacks from doing another civil rights in their store. These… Read more »

Jeffrey Zoar
Jeffrey Zoar
Reply to  Ploppy
11 months ago

When GD 2.0 comes, the only one of those coffee shops I’d bet on surviving is the bikini place

Ploppy
Ploppy
Reply to  Jeffrey Zoar
11 months ago

The business model is ingenious really. They’re only paying rent on a patch of parking lot, and get all the horny middle-aged men in pickup trucks’ patronage.

Pozymandias
Reply to  Ploppy
11 months ago

As I recall Ploppy, you’re somewhere near Portland like me. I’ve tried to “get back out there” since the Coof but I struggle with the fact that I never much cared for the people here before and they seem to be suffering from some weird form of Coof induced autism now that makes them, as you say, even more rude and pink-haired than before. Last night the wife and I went out for “date night”. She had a coupon so we tried out what turned out to be this nasty little smoothie place in a mall. The music was some… Read more »

Bourbon
Bourbon
Reply to  Pozymandias
11 months ago

Pozymandias: “The people seem permanently damaged.”

I’ve been seeing it everywhere in sh!tlibopolis.

HOWEVER, if you drive ten or fifteen minutes out into the countryside, then many of the rednecks are still real people.

Sh!tlibopolis, though – SMDHing – Sh!tlibopolis is like something out of a George Romero movie.

Or that “Wrinkle in Time” book, where all the autistic children bounce their balls to the same metronome.

Ploppy
Ploppy
Reply to  Pozymandias
11 months ago

If I had to guess, it would be that around Portland the shitlibs have taken to regarding anyone without a visible display of shitlibbery as a likely secret Hitler. So if you don’t have bright hair-dye, goofy glasses, or those earlobe stretchers they’ll be rude and the fags/trannies will be overly friendly as a challenge to try and provoke you into saying something.

miforest
miforest
Reply to  Pozymandias
11 months ago

it’s the Vax. you . i can tell the vaxed from the unvaxed just buy talking to them.

Ostei Kozelskii
Member
Reply to  Pozymandias
11 months ago

I used to enjoy being out among “the people.” No more. Nowadays it’s an exercise in masochism.

Bourbon
Bourbon
Reply to  Pozymandias
11 months ago

miforest: “it’s the Vax. i can tell the vaxed from the unvaxed just by talking to them.”

Suburban_elk has a theory which holds that you can tell the v@xxed just by LOOKING at them; especially by looking at the quality of their skin.

He says that the v@xxed all now have peeling or blistering or blotchy skin.

GetOutTheVoteNormie
GetOutTheVoteNormie
Reply to  Ploppy
11 months ago

Starcrud, litmus test for shitlibs. If you ate not one, you spit it out immediately and never return. Plus, look around at the patrons.

Just look.

Ploppy
Ploppy
Reply to  GetOutTheVoteNormie
11 months ago

They didn’t have any customers. Six employees working though.

After the two young scholars incident they actually remodeled all of their stores to discourage people from dining in: uncomfortable chairs, tables designed to wobble like crazy, the interior decor metallic and uninviting, and constantly playing loud unpleasant music as if it’s the Waco siege.

It’s really a perfect example of shitlib hypocrisy that they won’t admit, Starbucks would rather lose all their business trying to passive-aggressively drive off the blacks than just explicitly say “bathrooms are for paying customers”.

Ben the Layabout
Ben the Layabout
Reply to  Ploppy
11 months ago

Ah yes, the Philth-a-delphia incident a few years back. Fortunately that particular pox is not everywhere (yet). My provincial area is whitish and still relatively civilized. Ah but to an idea: “Paying customers only.” I’m surprised that idea hasn’t caught on widely. Just imagine a big city Starbuck’s or similar place that wants to discourage the undesirables. Beyond “bathrooms for customers only” which is usually just a sign, why not a store designed so that you literally must buy a product before you’re even allowed into the table area? Nobody has their civil rights violated, and no you can’t go… Read more »

Ostei Kozelskii
Member
Reply to  Ploppy
11 months ago

There’s an extremely simple and effective way of repelling the boons–just play classical music.

usNthem
usNthem
11 months ago

I would argue that “wokeism” in the US wouldn’t exist without the existence of blacks on this landmass – period. The negro is the genesis of all this bulls*** beginning about 60 odd years ago when Pandora’s Box was opened in 1964. One could also argue that suffragettes and feminism were significant players, but the negro loving abolitionists led the way.

Jeffrey Zoar
Jeffrey Zoar
Reply to  usNthem
11 months ago

I’m gonna say blacks don’t really have anything to do with it other than being its pawns. It’s important here to make the distinction between progressivism, which is much older, and wokeism, a fairly recent phenomenon. There is only one common theme in all the tenets of wokeism: Ordinary white middle Americans, or mouth breathers, or clingers, or deplorables, whether real or imaginary, are perceived to be in opposition. Nothing can become a plank of wokeism unless it meets this criterion. Hence it is a reactionary movement. Why some subset of whites should feel motivated to adopt such a position… Read more »

Ostei Kozelskii
Member
Reply to  Jeffrey Zoar
11 months ago

Negroes don’t have the intellectual horsepower to initiate and control anything important. However, by eagerly latching onto victimology, ostentatiously clambering aboard the anti-white/multiculti train, and engaging in wanton public violence and destruction (riots, looting, terrorism, etc.) at least as far back as 1965, negroes put huge wind into the sails of the New Left. Without such wholehearted negro support, the New Left would have died in its foul creche and so-called “wokeism” would never have existed.

Negroes bear a huge portion of the responsbility for the destruction of America.

george 1
george 1
Reply to  Ostei Kozelskii
11 months ago

For which they will happily take credit.

kerdasi amaq
kerdasi amaq
Reply to  george 1
11 months ago

Blacks can’t demand anything that white liberals don’t want to give them in exchange for their political support. That is how the scam works.

mr dithers
mr dithers
Reply to  Ostei Kozelskii
11 months ago

“foul creche”–love it!

Hemid
Hemid
Reply to  usNthem
11 months ago

It’s certainly not meaningless that “woke” was appropriated from ’70s black nationalists. “Get woke” was their aspiration/exhortation, and “stay woke” was their stock friendly farewell. The first *ironic* adoption of “get/stay woke” I saw was among righty JQ enthusiasts, who have some informational and attitudinal overlap with the we-wuz-kangs “hoteps” and Nation of Islam guys. That mutated into every internet doofus claiming to be “woke to” or “woke on” everything (first the JQ, then the world). Somehow the term it made its way to the normie-cons—via libs who appropriated it *unironically*, I guess? Conservatives have no exposure to actual right-wing… Read more »

Vinnyvette
Vinnyvette
Reply to  usNthem
11 months ago

The driving force is college attended, white females. They have the megaphone. Without these nutty women running cover for blacks, they wouldn’t be getting away with what they are, and blacks wouldn’t be the protected, worshipped class they have become. In the past a Jesse Jackson or Al Sharpton would pitch a fit, someone would throw some money at them, and they would recede back into the wood work until their next opportunity to grift came along. Are blacks driving all the LBGTQ tyranny freak, groom and castrate your kid madness? The me too madness? Cancel culture? No it’s white… Read more »

kerdasi amaq
kerdasi amaq
Reply to  Vinnyvette
11 months ago

White females who are members of a quasi-religious cult who have to virtue-signal their loyalty to the cult by doing anti-social, anti-white things.

They aren’t smart enough to see through the deception.

Mcleod
Mcleod
11 months ago

“credentialed mediocrity”

One of my grnadfather’s favorite sayings was: “forty dollar saddle on a ten dollar horse”

Ostei Kozelskii
Member
Reply to  Mcleod
11 months ago

Five-thousand-dollar sound system in a five-hundred-dollar car. A hooptie, in other words, frequently encountered in places such as Trenton, Flint and East Saint Louis.

Jeffrey Zoar
Jeffrey Zoar
Reply to  Ostei Kozelskii
11 months ago

Expensive car parked outside cheap domicile tells you a lot about a person

Apex Predator
Apex Predator
Reply to  Jeffrey Zoar
11 months ago

It’s called n-gger rich and is -quite- common. Many of the neighbors I’m currently in the middle of the US escaping from pull this crap. Live in the Section 8 units have Mercedes AMGs parked in the driveway. This is the result of an 80 IQ.

p
p
Reply to  Apex Predator
11 months ago

Different strokes for different folks, personal adornment/adulation is more important for some than others. Personally I’d plump for good dental care and clean sheets..

Ostei Kozelskii
Member
Reply to  Jeffrey Zoar
11 months ago

The only way they get the money to buy a Lexus, Merc, Escalade, etc., is dealing dope.

Pozymandias
Reply to  Jeffrey Zoar
11 months ago

I live near one of our area’s wretched “transit centers”*. In this neighborhood, the quality of the apartment complexes is inversely proportional to the distance from the actual train tracks. At the complex that is literally right next to the tracks, there’s a guy with a black dual motor Tesla. It’s staggering to think of the amount that guy could be saving towards living in an actual house instead of a hobo infested slum if he had just bought a used Honda or something. * transit centers: Places to go when you have absolutely no where to go and your… Read more »

ex-poster-factotum
ex-poster-factotum
11 months ago

Because not everyone here does Twitter, Gab, etc.

We lost Tiina:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G3v3PWy1nYU

Tars Tarkas
Tars Tarkas
11 months ago

Speaking of the inspirational young people in the sub… I notice that today’s young people have an absolutely unshakable (and unwarranted) faith in technology. Their faith is largely based on a very poor understanding of what technology is and what it can do for us. When you talk to them, what they largely think is that we could be living in a techno-utopia, only the bad people, probably White males won’t let us. These morons believe, truly believe that we are about to colonize mars with a fully self-sufficient million person city. They actually believe we are going to eliminate… Read more »

The Wild Geese Howard
The Wild Geese Howard
Reply to  Tars Tarkas
11 months ago

Tars-

Brah, you forgot to include the unshakeable belief in asteroid mining and my personal favorite, the carbon nanotube space elevators!

Tars Tarkas
Tars Tarkas
Reply to  The Wild Geese Howard
11 months ago

Yes. It permeates their thinking. There is not a problem we face that cannot be easily solved by technology. Just think about all the articles written about the Tesla robot who literally walks around on 2 legs and will be basically a Jetsons house cleaner type. And, of course, a sex robot.

pixilated
pixilated
Reply to  Tars Tarkas
11 months ago

Chop wood, carry water will improve their thinking processes. First time they have to gut and cook a magpie is an eye opening and attitude adjusting miracle. No matter how hard you whine, sometimes you gotta fish the toothbrush outta the toilet and carry on.

Xman
Xman
Reply to  The Wild Geese Howard
11 months ago

They also have an unshakeable belief that race doesn’t exist, that gender is a social construct, and that “the future is female.”

Jeffrey Zoar
Jeffrey Zoar
Reply to  Tars Tarkas
11 months ago

Claiming to believe in Science, and simultaneously believing that we will be 100% solar/wind/EV in a very short time, is impossible to understand. Supposedly they are educated. This shouldn’t be a difficult thing for them to see the fallacy of, yet here we are.

The big question is how will they react (i.e. how much eco terrorism will there be) when it’s 2040 and the oil refineries are still running. It is already being glamorized.

Jeffrey Zoar
Jeffrey Zoar
Reply to  Jeffrey Zoar
11 months ago

That’s the last time I use the phrase eco terrorism. From now on, infrastructural terrorism. It’s honest, more accurate, p[roperly descriptive, and nowadays every retard knows what infrastructure means.

Snooze
Snooze
Reply to  Jeffrey Zoar
11 months ago

The Green Terror is about the best description I’ve heard for ESG, etc.

Kralizec
Kralizec
Reply to  Jeffrey Zoar
11 months ago

Those refineries might not still be running: there will be many fewer 50-year-old White men around by then.

Ploppy
Ploppy
Reply to  Tars Tarkas
11 months ago

The faith in technology is a core component of the leftist religion, since they rely on it for the perfect future they use as a proselytizing point. So just as Christian kids are raised to have unshakable faith that their grandma is waiting for them in heaven, Leftist children are raised to believe magic Star Trek technology will make them live forever in a state of endless happiness.

AnotherAnon
AnotherAnon
Reply to  Tars Tarkas
11 months ago

Tars, perhaps the diving bathtub incident illustrates what you are describing. Not clear what was in the CEO’s head (besides “virtue” trash talk), but we all probably know an 8 year old with more sense. Who knows, perhaps he had been one of those perceptive 8 yr olds before the education system got its fangs into him.

Compsci
Compsci
Reply to  Tars Tarkas
11 months ago

“ Their faith is largely based on a very poor understanding of what technology is and what it can do for us.” Tars, you’re certainly correct in the above statement…but what is the primary cause of the “poor understanding”? It’s because of a poor educational system and a student population that is way under matched for any sort of a 1st world education in the sciences. Basically, what they know about technology is what the see in the movies or read in science fiction. What’s the old saw, “Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic.”, Arthur C Clark. Well,… Read more »

Susquehamma Auto
Susquehamma Auto
Reply to  Compsci
11 months ago

They don’t read.

Compsci
Compsci
Reply to  Susquehamma Auto
11 months ago

Yeah, got a point there.

Pozymandias
Reply to  Tars Tarkas
11 months ago

“Of course, all this will happen while operating on CPT and being late for everything.” That’s the basic problem. Regardless of what might be theoretically possible in technology, the current generation doesn’t grasp that 100% of past technological achievements were the results of the kind of discipline, mental, sociological, and ethical, that most of them reject outright as raciss/sexiss/homophobic, etc… Their cities of the future look like something Albert Speer and the German eugenicists of the 1930s would have approved of. Yet somehow, this is all supposed to materialize with a workforce of multiracial halfwits and White degenerates with the… Read more »

JDaveF
JDaveF
11 months ago

“Social justice is an ideal religion for alienated bourgeoise females.”
– make that “White alienated bourgeoise females”. You don’t see Asian, Black, or Hispanic females pushing the homosexual/tranny/Black worshipping/man hating line. It’s middle class college educated White females – and they’re ANGRY!!!

Jeffrey Zoar
Jeffrey Zoar
Reply to  JDaveF
11 months ago

Beware the “educated” leftist black female. There aren’t so many of them relatively, but their apex intersectional status makes them legally impregnable in current year aino. That’s before we even get into their resentment.

KGB
KGB
Reply to  Jeffrey Zoar
11 months ago

Big Mike says hello!

Tars Tarkas
Tars Tarkas
Reply to  Jeffrey Zoar
11 months ago

I don’t know if they still do it, but a few years ago there were tons of articles explaining how black females were the most educated demographic in America.

They did this by slyly changing the definition of “educated” to include every jobs education programs mandated by public assistance. Things like hair and nails, medical coding and billing, changing diapers in old age homes and the like.

Then they used this “most educated demographic” BS to then whine about how they are the lowest paid demographic in America (putting aside the fact they probably aren’t the lowest paid).

Ben the Layabout
Ben the Layabout
Reply to  Tars Tarkas
11 months ago

It’s not only black female lesbians. Today, elsewhere, someone said that CA Gov. Newsom wasn’t very smart. I consulted his Wiki bio. “Newsom attended Santa Clara University on a partial baseball scholarship, graduating in 1989 with a Bachelor of Science with a major in political science.” What does it say about a university that considers politics a “science”?

The Wild Geese Howard
The Wild Geese Howard
Reply to  Jeffrey Zoar
11 months ago

I have one of these at work.

Is it even more terrifying that she’s actually pretty good at her job?

FooBarr
FooBarr
Reply to  JDaveF
11 months ago

You see plenty of lesbian black females doing it. They run BLM. They are furious! I think the white women are contemptuous as much as angry. I think they are contemptuous of white men because we won’t even speak on our behalf. The dynamic reminds me of any typical relationship. The woman gets moody and emotional. You are a young buck and you don’t understand so you get nice and ask her what is wrong and she gets vicious and lashes out at you. Then the next time you tell yourself, “Eff this. I am not taking this.” You tell… Read more »

Bourbon
Bourbon
Reply to  FooBarr
11 months ago

FooBarr, that was an OUTSTANDING analysis.

Phi Beta Kappa, muh Bro.

Phi. Beta. Kappa.

B125
B125
Reply to  JDaveF
11 months ago

You most certainly do lol especially Indian and Chinese women who have spent too long in the West.

ron west
ron west
Reply to  JDaveF
11 months ago

You don’t know enough Asian females. Many of them are just as woke as white females.

Ploppy
Ploppy
Reply to  ron west
11 months ago

The Asian women are worse, they’re more affluent than Whites but still have the class resentment from their parents or grandparents working in a Chinese restaurant.

KappaKrispyCreme
KappaKrispyCreme
Reply to  JDaveF
11 months ago

The wokey intricacies are arbitrary so the college whitewomen group can erect a barrier, the better to be generous patronesses to POC females yearning for sorority. I would think the latter pledges always resent this (which is reasonable) but go along, sniffing proprietary methods of banking status via dancing for a minute to the college whitewomen’s tune. However, I am persuaded intraracial conflict in feminism barely counts, since male/female enmity in general is the greatest engine of unlimited social destruction known to modern politician technology. It is so much worse than 30 years ago. Whether white or POC-esque the other… Read more »

angelus
angelus
Reply to  JDaveF
11 months ago

Well I would beg to differ slightly because Hindu and Korean and Filipino have their trannies, it’s just that we don’t see them because they operate inside that closed portion of their society.

AnotherAnon
AnotherAnon
11 months ago

Many great observations here today. Making sense of the senselessness. Truly a faith. I’m struck by a repeating theme which is that upper middle (“educated”) class females pop up over and over as the main vector of thought disease (straight outta academy), with dysfunctional blacks and alphabet people a close second. All are fervent. And ALL have lost their purpose in life, for which this religion is a replacement. One of the noticeable things about the summer of riots was how desperately unhappy all of these people are – and they sure looked like they are the product of broken… Read more »

Din C. Nuttin
Din C. Nuttin
11 months ago

The Bible seems to define “Social Justice” in 2 Thessalonians 3:10-12. If you don’t work, you don’t eat.

Ostei Kozelskii
Member
Reply to  Din C. Nuttin
11 months ago

Actually, that’s the opposite of social “justice.”

c matt
c matt
11 months ago

The SJWs are not wrong regarding societal constructs influencing outcomes. Where they are wrong is claiming societal constructs are necessarily bad. Heck, that’s the whole point – you construct a society to reward what behaviors you deem good and punish those you deem bad. They demand societal constructs as well; we just differ on what we deem good or bad.

Separation is therefore the only answer. It will come eventually, either by choice or circumstance.

Vizzini
Member
11 months ago

The people pushing this stuff are not just attacking the Western idea of individual rights. They are attacking the notion that you are an individual with some control over your life. I’ve been noticing this in relation to the current war against gas stoves and furnaces. Last month (or a couple months ago. Who can keep track?) it was the risk of asthma. Now it’s benzene — “Your gas stove will give you cancer!” Well, okay. Let’s say you’re right, mister anti-gas. Can’t you just leave it at that? You’ve informed me of the risks. Now whether I have a… Read more »

AnotherAnon
AnotherAnon
Reply to  Vizzini
11 months ago

“Live and let live” is the first cousin of “free association”. Both are being mugged.

p
p
Reply to  Vizzini
11 months ago

and if you believe that, next step is food magically cooks itself and you don’t get to have a stove.

Jack Dodson
Jack Dodson
11 months ago

There is only “justice.” “Social justice” is an oxymoron.

“Social justice” also is an indulgence of a wealthy, bored, and lazy society. That is going away. And when prosperity exits, propelled along by greed, policy, and reality, the only “justice” that will remain is raw power.

Mao was right.

Compsci
Compsci
11 months ago

“ the sorts of people bourgeoise society produces in abundance, which is the credentialed mediocrity. “ Seems intuitively obvious, but perhaps not—given the shear numbers of such people in circulation today. I believe another attack upon this modern phenomenon has been to describe such as the “over production of elites”. These people need to do something that befits their (assumed) elite status. That status having been confirmed by the modern degree mills known as Higher Education. Of course, being a mediocrity, they can do little of economic benefit so most private employment is limited and of low quality, and it… Read more »

Jack Dodson
Jack Dodson
Reply to  Compsci
11 months ago

“These people need to do something that befits their (assumed) elite status. ”

Upvoted for the parenthetical “assumed.”

These people are highly dispensable. This will be made obvious to them in short order when hard times arrive. They are indulged and allowed to play fuck-fuck games only because there is no real reason yet to marginalize and remove them from society. That day looms and it likely will be those they serve who delivers the bad news.

Tars Tarkas
Tars Tarkas
Reply to  Jack Dodson
11 months ago

It can’t come soon enough. They are the biggest parasitical class to ever exist. They are like a parasite who devour their hosts and end up dying themselves. They spend their days being paid large salaries to find ways to throw sand in the gears of society and the economy. Just in my lifetime, they turned the US from a first rate superpower in every sense of the word, to a stumbling corpse tripping from emergency to emergency looking for a place to finally fall and die. They are looking forward to this so they can get out and urinate… Read more »

Ben the Layabout
Ben the Layabout
Reply to  Jack Dodson
11 months ago

Will their cry, as they are being led out to the waiting van, be “Wait until the ACLU hears about this!” ? 😀

Pozymandias
Reply to  Ben the Layabout
11 months ago

Only to find that the driver of the van is a former ACLU lawyer.

TomA
TomA
11 months ago

Just finished the podcast. Excellent as usual. But it’s like going to the doctor because it hurts when you pee. He does an exam & tests, and then proudly declares with erudite clarity that you have syphilis – and walks out of the room. OK, now what? Are you supposed to just grin and bear it? Or try to talk your way out of the disease? How about getting everyone you know to agree that syphilis is a problem? I know, lets take a vote or pay a politician to make syphilis illegal. Today’s podcast was a diagnosis that the… Read more »

pantouf
pantouf
11 months ago

This is worth a double listen. Excellent.

Tars Tarkas
Tars Tarkas
11 months ago

“Social Justice” is a concept that has been utterly destroyed (and poisoned) in its pursuit. But, a more limited social justice is certainly not a terrible idea. We all love to point out the monstrosity of homeless people overtaking the public square and shooting up and relieving themselves in the middle of the public square and in view of everyone and popping up tents under the overpass. A civilized people would not allow this. Whether it be through a compassionate social justice or ruthless enforcement of city codes, they would be handled. Instead, we have opted for a kind of… Read more »

Chet Rollins
Reply to  Tars Tarkas
11 months ago

> A civilized people would not allow this. Whether it be through a compassionate social justice or ruthless enforcement of city codes

We had a solution for bums called the workhouses. People lamenting workhouses are at a loss to explain how even the squalor of these 19th century institutions were worse for a man’s dignity than letting him shoot up and defecate on the street.

LineInTheSand
LineInTheSand
Reply to  Chet Rollins
11 months ago

I would add that the protection of the public should be prioritized over the health of people who can’t take care of themselves.

While having humane care for the bums and junkies would be ideal, if the choice was between what we have now and holding them in squalid conditions, it is appropriate to the choose the latter.

Tars Tarkas
Tars Tarkas
Reply to  LineInTheSand
11 months ago

That is exactly my point. Under the current scheme, everyone suffers. “Social justice” in this case benefits nobody. The whole system is monstrous and evil, even to the people it is ostensibly designed to help.

Compsci
Compsci
Reply to  Tars Tarkas
11 months ago

Tars, I think you have a point here wrt “Social Justice”. The knife cuts both ways. Social Justice is not just for the bums, it’s for the society within which they live as well.

Locking these fellows up and putting them on work farms is also a form of social justice. One that I can support.

Ostei Kozelskii
Member
Reply to  Tars Tarkas
11 months ago

For Leftists, doing nothing is compassionate because, in doing nothing, they pretend that the various pathologies are normal. For them returning the marginalized to the center is the essence of compassion.

Pozymandias
Reply to  Tars Tarkas
11 months ago

There are many reasons to leave Western Oregon, where I currently live. One of these reasons, which, alone, is quite sufficient, is that the local governments have essentially weaponized “the homeless”. They are currently in the process of setting up these mobile “homeless pods” in various places. Essentially, they plunk these things down in any neighborhood they don’t like and then sit back and watch the fun. The lack of severe cold weather and the vast availability of what the chronically indigent call “resources” means that there’s a basically infinite supply of junkies, hobos, and severely mentally ill people who… Read more »

Forever Templar
Forever Templar
11 months ago

Z, don’t buy the dude’s book, I just sent it to you via email.

AnotherAnon
AnotherAnon
Reply to  Forever Templar
11 months ago

Thanks for doing that.

Paintersforms
Paintersforms
11 months ago

Father, Son, Holy Ghost. Ideal, Material, Spiritual. Mind, Body, Soul. Etc. Will, spirit, and soul are synonymous as far as I can tell. Will makes the ideal material, ex nihilo, so to speak. It’s what can’t be measured, observed, or apprehended by the mind. God might’ve spoken Creation into existence, but it was an expression of His will. I’m not sure about it, but I suspect Will might be the essence of religion. Faith is an act of will, because you’re believing in what you can’t prove. The individual will ought to be aligned with God’s will. In other words,… Read more »

Bourbon
Bourbon
Reply to  Paintersforms
11 months ago

Paintersforms: “Lefty has will, either rediscovered or never forgotten. Twisted, but it’s there. Righty lacks will, because Righty has forgotten it, so Righty gets dominated.” Or else Righty is just slow to anger. Very, very, very slow to anger. ========= It was not part of their blood, It came to them very late, With long arrears to make good… They were not easily moved, They were icy — willing to wait Till every count should be proved… Their voices were even and low. Their eyes were level and straight. There was neither sign nor show… It was not preached to… Read more »

Paintersforms
Paintersforms
Reply to  Bourbon
11 months ago

I hope you’re right!

LineInTheSand
LineInTheSand
Reply to  Paintersforms
11 months ago

I am unable to will myself to believe in God. I’m not saying this to be ornery, I just think you should take that in to account when you say that faith is an act of will. It’s similar to the fact that I can’t will myself to believe that I am not hungry when I am hungry. My experience in life is that the power of one’s will is similar to athleticism in that some people are born with more will power than others. If you have low will power, how do you will yourself to have a stronger… Read more »

Paintersforms
Paintersforms
Reply to  LineInTheSand
11 months ago

“I am unable to will myself to believe in God.” Have you ever done something you can’t do, or overcome a fear? It’s no different than that. I couldn’t paint until I started painting. Had no clue what I was doing, no reason to think I had talent, but I wanted to, or was compelled to, and that’s how it was. If a man wants to know himself, he has to get far out of his comfort zone. That’s an act of will. If circumstances impose it, and he accepts the challenge, that’s an act of will. If he has… Read more »

Templar
Templar
Reply to  LineInTheSand
11 months ago

Try harder, then.

370H55V I/me/mine
370H55V I/me/mine
11 months ago

“Social justice is an ideal religion for alienated bourgeoise females.”

Yes, indeed. This just in from Michigan:

https://redstate.com/jimthompson/2023/06/22/michigans-house-of-representatives-passes-legislation-that-would-criminalize-hurting-someones-feelings-n765632

The Wild Geese Howard
The Wild Geese Howard
Reply to  370H55V I/me/mine
11 months ago

We can be sure that this junk legislation will be weaponized against whites for the mere crime of existing.

Bourbon
Bourbon
Reply to  370H55V I/me/mine
11 months ago

370H55V: “legislation-that-would-criminalize-hurting-someones-feelings” Z: “The more you try to explain why you do not want to submit to the new rules, the more certain she is that she is right. It is why these people are always on the attack. They need the feedback.” =============== The feedback constitutes the muh-feelz of self-righteousness as bequeathed & bestowed by the New Religion. Setting aside the Hart-Celler holocaust, and simply concentrating on the Heritage Amurrikkkun bloodlines involved, I can just about guaran-d@mn-tee you that the very worst of the SJWs will prove to have substantial Unitardian & Quaker & Wesleyan & Jesuitical blood in… Read more »

pyrrhus
pyrrhus
Reply to  Bourbon
11 months ago

The fundamental problem of the West is that people who cannot accept who they are, and what their talents are or are not, are being allowed to pull others down to their levels…and they call that “social justice”…It’s Vonnegut’s “Harrison-Bergeron” brought to life…
Fifty years ago, people cheerfully accepted their limitations as part of life…Now, societal psychosis has set in…

Bourbon
Bourbon
Reply to  Bourbon
11 months ago

Well I’ll be damned.

Hot off the presses:

Sheldon Harnick, Lyricist of Fiddler on the Roof and More, Dies at 99

https://freerepublic.com/focus/f-chat/4162932/posts

That young-b100d adrenochrome keeps the Sanhedrin alive dadgum near about forever.

That’s such a weird cohenincidence – Harnick dying today – that it kinda sends a chill right down muh spine.

Very very very strange cohenincidence.

Templar
Templar
Reply to  Bourbon
11 months ago

“…Jesuitical blood in their genealogies.”

I’m curious: how does one go about acquring “Jesuitical blood”? Transfusion, perhaps?

Bourbon
Bourbon
Reply to  Templar
11 months ago

Their ancestors either chose to leave the likes of Franciscanism and Dominicanism, or their ancestors chose to remain loyal to Franciscanism or Dominicanism. Their ancestors CHOSE the propaganda which they wanted to support. That CHOICE is what made them jesuits. And of course the making of the choice was determined by their underlying personalities. They either had the correct personalities for abiding by Franciscanism/Dominicanism, or else they had the correct personalities for abiding by jesuitism. These are all self-selecting statistics which are at play here. ========== PS: These being jesuits, I don’t think the jesuitical nunneries are gonna be in… Read more »

Templar
Templar
Reply to  Bourbon
11 months ago

“They either had the correct personalities for abiding by Franciscanism/Dominicanism, or else they had the correct personalities for abiding by jesuitism.”

Fair point, I suppose. It’s worth noting that The Order has a history of periodic purges that took place whenever someone noticed that the membership was starting to become top-heavy with recruits of Jewish extraction (again).

Compsci
Compsci
Reply to  370H55V I/me/mine
11 months ago

We already have Hate Crimes. We need not go,into why Hate Crimes are ridiculous and simply against Freedom and Liberty. All they’ve done is to make such law more generalized by removing the required “protected groups” aspects for enforcement. But yes, I agree it “will” be used against Whites predominantly.

Vizzini
Member
Reply to  370H55V I/me/mine
11 months ago

“Clarence Brandenburg was a hateful man. A Ku Klux Klan member who publicly advocated for the overthrow of the government, he was charged with a crime, but the Supreme Court overturned the conviction.”

And 54 years later, I think he was probably right. There’s nothing wrong with being “hateful” against evil. Blacks are a scourge wherever they gather in large numbers despite more than 70 years of pretending they’re “just like us,” and if the government then was going to lead inevitably to the government today, presided-over by a drooling puppet, then it should have been overthrown in 1969.

Ostei Kozelskii
Member
Reply to  Vizzini
11 months ago

Clarence Brandenburg for King.

LineInTheSand
LineInTheSand
Reply to  370H55V I/me/mine
11 months ago

That legislation hurts my feelings and I will use that legislation to prosecute the legislators of that law.

JerseyJeffersonian
JerseyJeffersonian
Reply to  LineInTheSand
11 months ago

Well, that’s rhe spirit. But how likely do you assess the probability that your case would have any chance of receiving a hearing? Ideally, it could serve as sand in the gears, a blow struck against arrant stupidity, but the Great Juggernaut of leftist, bloody-minded hatred would carry the day, you hater, you, grinding you to a red paste as it pursued its implacable course. Separation. They cannot be talked into sense. The Juggernaut is, indeed, implacable. You will never get freedom of speech, thought, or association acceded to from them. There can be no reversion, it is the Dar… Read more »

Maniac
Maniac
11 months ago

Modern Social Justice subscribes to the notion that White people never do anything right and non-White people, by default, never do anything wrong. It can be downright fatal:

https://archive.bluelivesmatter.blue/corrina-mehiel-murder-tortured-sjw/

Ostei Kozelskii
Member
Reply to  Maniac
11 months ago

Non-whites, yes, but a fortiori, negroes. They, along with the coalition of deviants, are the Left’s immaculate saints.

Vizzini
Member
Reply to  Maniac
11 months ago

In reality, this crime has nothing to do with the victim being female, or white, or the suspect being black. He would not have cared that Corrina Mehiel was a social justice warrior. This horrific crime didn’t have anything to do with the color of his skin or his victim’s skin. It’s almost as if people are trying to find some way to explain this crime other than the truth, which is that El Hadji Alpha Madiou Toure is evil.

FFS, spare me from race blindness.

LineInTheSand
LineInTheSand
Reply to  Vizzini
11 months ago

I wonder if the author will criticize me for crossing the street when I see a group of young blacks. After all, crime has nothing to do with race, it’s just an evil that fits no patterns.

Ostei Kozelskii
Member
Reply to  LineInTheSand
11 months ago

Criticize? Hell, he’d probably want to prosecute you.

Ostei Kozelskii
Member
Reply to  Vizzini
11 months ago

Selective race blindness.

G706
G706
Reply to  Maniac
11 months ago

And the comments are full of not noticing and condeming anyone who dares to notice.

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G Lordon Giddy
G Lordon Giddy
11 months ago

I see blank slate theory in the corporate business world.
Our corporate uppers just assume anyone can be cross trained to perform any job and they fail to grasp that humans are not the same and just because two people have the same degree they don’t always perform the same.
Tongue in cheek, I do see a bit of Karl Marx in the uppers business theories.
A worker can perform task A in the morning Task B at noon, and Task C in the afternoon, all with equal ability.
Loons.

ann thompson
11 months ago

Dear Z, as a conventional white old (92 years) woman (addicted to subversive blogs like yours) I plead with you not to succumb to pressures to use ‘she’ when a generic human being, he OR she, is referred to. Binarily yours, of course,
Ann Thompson

Glenfilthie
Glenfilthie
Member
Reply to  ann thompson
11 months ago

As a conventional vibrant young Stubfart (59) – the lady has a point, Z. True – women fall for this nonsense deeper and more often than men…my personal experience is that the most obnoxious SJWs are men. The most obnoxious queers are men too…I’d love to fire Dylan Mulvaney off a catapult. 😂👍 I almost swallowed my pipe and choked on laughter earlier this week when Elon decided the term “cis-gender” was a slur and banned its use on Twitter… and the faggotry melted down in rage! HAR HAR HAR! I think we should do the same with their other… Read more »

Mr C
Mr C
Reply to  Glenfilthie
11 months ago

I read “she” in Z’s context as mocking the feminization of the current written word. Specifically he uses it when the generic person is positing stupid ideas, thusly (tongue-in-cheekly) blaming women for our modern ills.

I appreciate the humor between the lines.

Ostei Kozelskii
Member
Reply to  Mr C
11 months ago

That’s exactly what Z’s doing. It’s been one of his little ploys for some time now, and I heartily approve.

Dinodoxy
Dinodoxy
11 months ago

All great religions contain a number of internal contradictions. Unbelievers point to these contradictions to refute the “truth” of the religion. But it seams to me that the contradictions are also an appeal of religions – some weird cognitive kink of humans. The internal contradiction of liberalism is that humans are born a blank slate – and therefor can be whatever they want to be – and at the same time they are also controlled by exogenous forces and should be liberated from them. So a person is only male or female because those forces “assigned” that status to them… Read more »

Dinodoxy
Dinodoxy
Reply to  Dinodoxy
11 months ago

The thing about the liberal paradigm is that both side contain an element of truth. People have agency and can overcome their own proclivities through will. And culture does shape the preferences of the people within it.

The root problem of liberalism is the tabula rasa – the refusal to see that biology – genetics, and physics determine 95+% of what it means to be a human, with ego and culture collectively affecting <5%.

Citizen of a Silly Country
Citizen of a Silly Country
Reply to  thezman
11 months ago

Freedom of association really is the Achilles Heel of modern liberalism. Liberalism is very feminine. Their mindset is that of a teenage girl. Exclusion is their primary weapon and underlies most of their attacks. We’ll exclude you from getting a job. We’ll exclude you from having friends. Etc. Hell, sanctions against Russia are a form of exclusion. That falls apart if people form other communities. Get me fired, fine, I’ll get a job with a company in my community. My friends belong to the community and won’t abandon me. Sanction me, fine, I’ll do business with India and China. You… Read more »

RealityRules
RealityRules
Reply to  Citizen of a Silly Country
11 months ago

The rest of the world is invading and conquering. I suspect the managerial class is negotiating away our homelands as part of keeping capital inflows. You want the capital inflows or the ability to move troops in and out of our territory or both? You have to accept our satraps and our peoples as their voting block. Yesterday, Sadiq Khan claimed that refugees built London. He alluded to England as, “our country”, at a Refugee Jubilee paid for my still 75% white England, then held up two Muslims as great contributors to Britain. Some Olympic medal winner and some partner… Read more »

B125
B125
Reply to  RealityRules
11 months ago

How many South American Indians (or whatever the current slave class is in your location) have served you coffee or hamburgers in the past month?

If the answer is more than 0 you are part of the problem.

Things are bad yes, but there are so many little things we can do in our own lives. There’s no use being blackpilled about the current realities.

They will do what they want but we will have to continue building the future that we want for our children.

RealityRules
RealityRules
Reply to  RealityRules
11 months ago

Hey B125 – I make my own coffee and tea ordered from Above Time and other “our folk”, vendors. I do my own landscaping and my own yard. I take an active role in contributing financially and content wise to emergent education platforms designed specifically for our folk. Netflix and Amazon are long cancelled. I will not watch my replacement and erasure or support it in any way. My money, sweat and time are invested in the cause and divested in all of the ways that I can. The above post is not a black pill. It is more wood… Read more »

c matt
c matt
Reply to  RealityRules
11 months ago

FYI – the vast majority of the “South American Indians” you refer to in Texas are “North American Indians” – i.e., Mexico, Central America. South America doesn’t start until after or near Panama (depending on the source). South American indians were mostly Incas (Andes region), whereas Aztecs and Mayans were North American tribes and make up the majority of the mestizos and indios you see in Texas.

PrimiPilus
PrimiPilus
Reply to  RealityRules
11 months ago

Was just looking at a statistical web site that looks at populations in the US from many different perspectives. NOTE: I don’t know if they are a leftist organ or if they are a group not fully consumed by the movement. But here goes … They claim that the “hispanic” ethnic group in the “South Central” region (Texas, Oklahoma, Arkansas & Louisiana) is actually 80% racially white; versus about 60% for the US overall. I’d read that the imposition of the Hispanic category was something done in the 60s by Dems as a means of manipulating people and “facts”. This… Read more »

B125
B125
Reply to  Citizen of a Silly Country
11 months ago

Exactly. Their whole charade depends on you playing within their framework. It is designed to make you lose when you engage with them. When you stop engaging with them and stop operating within their moral framework, they lose power very quickly. There is no debate with them, there is just what we require and that’s the bottom line. Exclusion of anti whites from white spaces is also important. They should not have access to normal white people if they are against us. That includes white parents with a mixed kids. Have nothing to do with them and tell them why… Read more »

Buzzball
Buzzball
Reply to  B125
11 months ago

“ A good opportunity is to start buying food from a farmer instead of grocery chains” This is absolutely retarded and impractical. Aside from the logistical nightmare, most farms are likely to be a corporation and wouldn’t even engage with a lone individual. The fact is, the left told you they were going to destroy you. Instead of organizing with your fellow men like at the Battle of Tours, you and nearly everyone else on the right decided to be a self-righteous coward and disavow the use of power and violence “I just wanna be left alone.” So you come… Read more »

B125
B125
Reply to  B125
11 months ago

It clearly is practical because I do it myself with little extra effort except driving to a farm every month. Farmers markets for produce in the summer.

I also quite explicitly mentioned organizing and staying engaged in my comment.

As far as moving to a cabin in Idaho I don’t even know where that is coming from.

Compsci
Compsci
Reply to  thezman
11 months ago

“ Reintroduce the prerequisite of liberalism, free association, and social justice crashes…”

Exactly. I would argue that the ability of Whites to move away from *diversity* is the only thing that has kept the lid on this pressure cooker called America after the Civil Rights Act. Of course, that last refuge is being closed as we speak.

Ostei Kozelskii
Member
Reply to  Compsci
11 months ago

Good point. When there’s nowhere left to hide and whitey is backed into a corner, then the fangs will be bared and the claws brandished. Not only nature, but history is red of tooth and claw. And so it will ever be.

Dinodoxy
Dinodoxy
Reply to  thezman
11 months ago

That is not a definition of liberalism with which I am familiar. What you describe is post-Marx culturalism. It all flows logically from liberalism. Beginning with its foundational premise of the tabula rasa. I don’t think you’d disagree with that as (one of ) the premises, you’ve made the same point repeatedly. Which led liberal from the 17th century to theorize as to “what went wrong”. If humans are a blank slate and there is misery and benightedness everywhere then obviously some nefarious pen had written upon the individual blank slates to produce the outcomes they saw everywhere. And so.… Read more »

diddley do-squat
diddley do-squat
Reply to  Dinodoxy
11 months ago

Regarding great religions, I subscribe to Daddy Rich, head evangelist of the Church of Divine Economic Spirituality (from the movie Car Wash), or Flip Wilson’s Reverend Leroy’s Church of What’s Happening Now. Posers all. Laugh at them while moving quickly out of range.

Bruno the Arrogant
Bruno the Arrogant
11 months ago

I’ve always defined Social Justice as “that which has occurred when a liberal gets slugged in the teeth”.