MemeLogic - False Outrage

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And Everyone Is Angry

I have come to the realization that people have way too much time on their hands, especially when they have time to go out and protest things.

I've never in my life had the enough time in the day to show up to some kind of protest of something important, let alone something stupid someone somewhere is saying that I don't agree with. Why is it a common trend to pick up a pitch fork and gather the village together to then march and show everyone just how upset they are about the opinion's of others?

What is starting to become more worrying each and everyday is how private companies are pandering to those who make the most noise about certain issues. They do this all in the the name of good public relations, but to what end? Where does the line get drawn between what is truth, and what your perception of that truth is?

"Offence is no longer defence - it's a full-time profession. Everyone is so offended all the time. The new police force that we weren't told about: the moral police. No qualifications, no training, no understanding of actual morality, but they have a degree in the art of being offended." - Karan Johar

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"In the absurd idiocy of identity regressive politics, looting is seen as protest, and protecting one's own property is seen as privilege." - Greg Gutfeld

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What really grinds my gears is the almost immediate knee jerk reaction by people to demand that government or authority fix said problem, by limiting even their own freedoms by doing so. The alarming outcry now happening everyday to stop others from saying hurtful things is just getting stupid. I was listening to a talk about how children in collages are now demanding content warnings on all topics that might upset them. This obviously only applies to things that a certain group have experienced, those groups the consider themselves the most victimized groups. There should be a content warning on topics like slavery, even though no one attending the class ever experienced it directly, or probably has not even ever met anyone who has experienced it. Those people can experience untold pain from having to listen to these topics only due to the fact that they are included in that group due to their race.

I wonder if I can demand a content warning every time I have to hear that I might somehow be evil because of the color of my skin, or maybe because I hate the government stealing my money.

"Individual rights are not subject to a public vote; a majority has no right to vote away the rights of a minority; the political function of rights is precisely to protect minorities from oppression by majorities (and the smallest minority on earth is the individual)." - Ayn Rand

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You're either laughing or you're learning.

Join me tomorrow for more lessons on these really easy to understand concepts.

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Dude!!! You couldn’t be more right. We can’t sneeze now without hurting someone’s feeling or challenging the moral fibre of someone world. This is seeping into our schools, as teachers have to be ultra careful what we say and how we word things. In fact, the govt has started to “adjust” the curriculum in places to accommodate to the complaints of someone who felt a certain word or content was “offencive”. Damn, we even just changed our national anthem here in Canada because the word “sons” want inclusive anymore.

The best part, it’s onky gonna get worse as our society become more entitled and whinny every day.

Right square on.

I have protested a couple of times. Back in the day, I protested the Vietnam War. I literally had skin in the game. But I discovered that a lot of girls were willing to give aid and comfort to potential draft dodgers. Not that I didn't go when it was my time, but the aid and comfort was good.

You're right in that most of these protest are paid for. A lot of people have read the book or watched the movie "1984" and it frightened them at the prospect of a future like that. Nowadays we have people that are actually fighting to give up their own rights to create that sort of thing. It's madness...

Agree with your sentiments completely. Sadly I have all but completely zoned out what’s going on in the world, “as it’s reported”. It’s all garbage, hate, death, and nothing of value to me or my why worry or waste time on it? This is my outlook, anyhow.

Good to see another human on here posting intelligent stuff...sometimes that is hard to come by with all the bots and garbage posts!

You're either laughing or you're learning.

...crying with a slightly hysterical laughter because we now have to listen to the insane as though what they have to say matters...