In the decrepit aftermath of the cagily self-aggrandizing event celebrating copious magnitudes of liberal guilt generated by the realization that a minor talent transforms the average person into a raving elitist, and of course the scintillating scandalous evening gowns, the hellacious and insufferable tidal wave of post-apocalyptic fist bumping surely could not persist? Of course in a society of apologists and arm chair radicals killing any goodwill or conversation around the water cooler, every day in this great nation is a tragedy, and a dime a dozen social justice warriors wish that the October revolution was a regular occurrence, complete with tortuous and violent purges, as long as the paper dictators do not have to do any of the physical and murderous dirty work.
A token Seattle Times editorialist chose the start of the workweek as the optimal time to politicize the Coronavirus epidemic for the sake of click-bait, and to take a stance so progressively contrarian and bereft of logic and fact, that science has been permanently altered for the readers suffering from minor brain injuries after reading the column. It seems that every mainstream surviving US newspaper now employs a dedicated social pariah on the level Leonard Pitts to stir the pot and deconstruct reality in a pathetic grasp to induce digital traffic and drive rare subscriptions.
The literal piece of something article, scolded and shunned the idea of hurling specific lexicon at the alarming epidemic sweeping through central China. Clearly, the outbreak is a Chinese issue based on the dietary habits of the region’s population and the blatant indiscretion by Beijing in attempting to silence the doctor, now deceased, who first identified the virulent pathogen. However, the editorial, curiously or hypocritically placed outside of the confines of the Seattle Times digital opinion, rivals a lurid extension of the contemporary university environment, where professors preach rather than preach, as the students willingly bear the brunt of being molded into an intolerable clay in parroting the catch phrases of Marx and Che Guevara, as genders cease to exist and parties consist of coeds packed into a living room isolated and glued to a smartphone. The author insists that any terminology associating “Chinese”, “Asians”, or “yellow” with the Coronavirus is blatant racism, and the average person should allocate time and energy to author a neutral tone when discussing the epidemic. The newspaper and this individual are perfectly welcome to stigmatize fellow Americans and the Virginia gun rally participants as “white supremacists”, even though the January event in Richmond included all races, but being openly critical of an exploitative regime and individuals responsible for an international health crises is not politically correct.
The columnist has every right to an opinion thanks to the First Amendment. The only problem is that extremists are abusing the First Amendment to limit free speech in creating a world of ambiguity and reductionism in critical thinking. Case in point, the following scenario actually happened at a campus in the late 1990’s- A Latin American history professor at a liberal arts college pushes the narrative that colonists used germ warfare to annihilate the pristine and noble savage grace of the native populations. Responding to the rhetoric of an intellectual bully, a biology major unfortunate enough to take the class interjects with a dose of reality that pockets of humanity have their own unique diseases regardless if they are Europeans or North American tribe members. Viruses simply do not discriminate, as much as reactionaries wish them to in forwarding a narrative. The professor ends up filing a complaint to the board of regents against the student which results in expulsion and the lifetime label as a discriminatory degenerate.
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In all seriousness, that is the mentality of the modern SJW in wearing down the resolve of everyone in their wake with incessant and indecent attacks and a savage look of ruthless cruelty. Despite revising history, it’s as though these people simply cannot enjoy a leisurely moment in life, and yearn for the grayscale monotony and fear of thoughtcrimes in a Bratsk state dormitory. Hate fuels the movement. There’s nothing better than a crisp Siberian winter morning and a rich potato stew on the frozen tundra, and the dull existence sure beats experiencing a Florida-Georgia college football rivarly extravaganza.
But, hey, who needs fun, when the whole world requires a politicized and bureaucratic makeover. A little over a century after a failed experiment began, the hipster cognitive dissonance trending movement wants to undo the damage by unleashing a “new” Communism in one fail swoop.
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