New Years Resolutions For MTV And Other Ofay Social Justice Warriors

A week back, I linked to the fairly noxious MTV video showing a raft of millennials giving “white guys” a series of “new years resolutions”.  I’m not going to  display it again – once was plenty.

But I figure, one good turn deserves another.  I’ve got some resolutions for Social Justice Warriors to observe for the coming year.

Enough with the Whitesplaining:  Y’know who I consider the apex of credibility when it comes to running down the crimes of the Caucasoid ethnicity and the scourge of “white privilege”?    Upper-middle-class white pseudoacademics with advanced degrees and cupboards full of Whole Foods packages, that’s who!

The next such person to whitesplain (condescendingly explain the sins of “whiteness” while being, y’know, white) me is getting pantsed.

Snowflakes Who Cried Wolf:   Not everything that you disagree with is “hate”.   Not everyone that disagrees with you “hates” you.

When you call all disagreement, all difference of opinion, all dissent, all views different than yours “hatred”, you make any meaningful discussion impossible.

Speaking of which:

Silence Is Golden:   Stop jabbering about “seeking a dialogue” or “wanting a conversation” about an issue, and then aggressively blocking all attempts by people who disagree with you to actually have the disagreement.  I’m not gonna name names, but it’s  hypocrisy and cowardice, Kim Norton and Alondra Cano and “Protect” Minnesota .

Innocence Until Proven:  Believing that suspects are innocent until proven guilty by a jury of one’s peers does not make one “pro-rape”.  Say it around me and you will get your face singed so bad you won’t be able to get a tan for 20 years.

You’re welcome.

3 thoughts on “New Years Resolutions For MTV And Other Ofay Social Justice Warriors

  1. I don’t hate leftist reprobates, they are not worthy of that much caring on my part. I do, however loath them.

    Leftist reprobates are encouraged to take my loathing as a given unless I tell them otherwise.

  2. “Silence Is Golden: Stop jabbering about “seeking a dialogue” or “wanting a conversation” about an issue, and then aggressively blocking all attempts by people who disagree with you to actually have the disagreement. I’m not gonna name names, but it’s hypocrisy and cowardice, Kim Norton and Alondra Cano and “Protect” Minnesota ”

    Mitch, as is my wont, I wrote a long reply here, but suffice to say, I think there’s enough blame on both sides about shouting down and/or ignoring the points of the other side. I deleted it because it’s just too much to try to put into a post and I want to be fair to you in trying to give you equal voice (and in a better format)

    To that end, happy to get together (at Keiran’s, elsewhere), to have a substantive discussion about a very key piece of Trump’s agenda, repealing the affordable care act/health care. My premise is really two things, first, the cost of health care isn’t one solved by repealing inter-state protections, second, what will be done to cover the 27million or so people who now have coverage and who 5 years ago did not? Those people have pre-existing conditions, excluded, chronic conditions. During the campaign Trump said the government would have to cover them/require coverage for them (he was right, imho)- then his handlers had him walk that back.

    So, you know how to find me (you have my e-mail), I’ll buy the first 2-3 rounds but then you’ll have to ask the lady from NPR. If you don’t like that subject, pick one, let’s actually have the discussion you seem to be asking for here.

  3. Swiftee, I don’t worry about your loathing. I pity it, because I think it reflects your feelings for yourself, but it doesn’t bother me because it matters about zero.

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