Two Videos on Social Justice, Wokeness, and Progressivism
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Okay, now that that is out of the way here are two very interesting videos. You may remember hearing a big story about how three people (two guys and one woman) sent in a bunch of bogus and outrageous academic papers to see if they could get them published in progressive, leftist, etc. academic journals and such. Some of them were accepted.
So the first video is the two guys on Joe Rogan. There is explicit content in this as they explain the intentionally insane papers they submitted.
This video is the same guys a year later. I have not finished this, but David has. I have mixed feelings about sharing it because they mock the Bible in it. However, I share both of these videos because they clearly demonstrate that even people who consider themselves non-Christian, liberals and even people who lean strongly left can see the absolute insanity being pushed by the progressive, woke Left in this country (and Europe).
There are two outstanding and insightful comments under this video that I want to record here.
There was actually a professor who wrote about social justice in a book called "Pathological Altruism". I suggest everyone take a look at it, especially SJW's, for their own sake, and society's sake, as it explains how their pathological need to be altruistic can hurt themselves, others, and have future unforeseen repercussions.
and in reply
Ser Aeggo ButterworthI haven’t read the book — this is the first I’ve ever heard of it or Barbara Oakley — but ever since the term “toxic masculinity” became ubiquitous I’ve been arguing that pathological altruism+empathy are the crux of “toxic femininity.”
Much of this stuff is being pushed by women, specifically upper middle class white women. I thought his assessment of toxic femininity was spot on.
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