Internet social justice warriors are perfectly fine with their hatred and hypocrisy

Posted: May 15, 2015 in Debunking Facebook Memes
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ISJW  This meme is exactly what’s wrong with Internet social justice warriors and their mentality. Right here, in black and white, they state that if you don’t think exactly the way that they do, then you are part of a “problem. My response: the only “problem” I’m part of is the one they’re creating in their head and projecting onto the world.

Rant over.

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Comments
  1. johnnyid says:

    Good for you. This topic, among several others, has been something I’ve wanted to write about for a while but couldn’t figure out a way to do it without coming off the wrong way. It’s kind of like religion, I don’t have a problem with the concepts but sometimes have problems with the way some people “follow” those religions. It’s similar to many of these social justice issues, I don’t have problem with the concepts but sometimes the people involved just make things worse. Hopefully that makes sense.

    • JP_Ribner says:

      It makes perfect sense, Johnny. While these Internet social justice warrior types might consider themselves Atheists+, they most definitely have a religion and it’s their progressive ideology, which they cling to with the same blinded zeal as any Bible-thumper from down south. And they seem perfectly content to abide within the realm of their own hypocrisies because of their mistaken belief that they have some sort of grand “purpose.”

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