Stating The Obvious 0286 – Social Justice Warriors, The Desire To Be Part Of “Something Bigger” and The Coming Race War.
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Aaron Clarey’s new book is out. “The Curse Of The High IQ”.
Note: After recording this podcast I bought the Kindle version and started reading. So far it’s as brilliant as you would expect. And applicable to an-caps. I’m certain I’ll be discussing this book in the near future.
Left-wing statists social justice warriors (LWSSJW) have no sense of self-preservation. I think there are multiple reasons for this. In this podcast I talk about the first one and don’t get to the others as I’m long-winded. But you already knew that.
1. The LWSSJW doesn’t see people as individuals.
They see people as animals which exist only to server the greater good. This isn’t only their view of others, it’s how they view themselves. They allow the natural human desire to be part of something greater to dominate their lives.
This happens because the desire to be part of something greater eclipses their individuality – because their individuality is stunted.
The desire to be part of something greater is what the State and the SJWs hijack.
The SJW wants to be part of something bigger but has no talent, no skill, no ability, no drive. She seeks something to become part of – yet it must be something which does not require her to create anything as she has no ability to create.
SJWing provides that.
One immersing herself into the SJW-sphere she now has an identity and purpose. If being a SJW is rendered obsolete she no longer has an identity.
Thus the “problems” of racism, sexism, homophobia, transphobia, patriarchy and so forth can never be solved. To solve those problems is to take away her identity. Not only can there be no solutions, there must be the discovery of more -isms and -phobias in order to re-enforce her identity and validate her world view.
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