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10.26.19

Guest Post: Social Justice Warriors Are Like Policemen With Guns on the Street

Posted in America, Deception at 12:13 am by Dr. Roy Schestowitz

Article by Jagadees.S

Old policeman

Summary: “They may be studying mechanical engineering at a slave owner-founded company, US military and foreign brutal dictator-funded elite college.”

American police is killing about 1,000 black people every year. Those are innocent unarmed black people. You may be wondering why police is killing these poor people. You may think that American policeman are bad, brutal criminals. Please don’t think like that. American police is brave, it is patriotic. They cannot kill people without any reason. There is reason for these killings. It is the “fear for one’s life.”

“He gets frightened and within seconds fires 40-50 shots at that very scary ‘thing’.”Yes, a policeman often says “I feared for my life.” Who on Earth can execute a suicidal mission apart from the CIA-funded religious fools? So you have to understand the situation of the policeman. He may be peacefully laying on his mother’s lap and drinking breast milk. Immediately a phone from his office rings and asks him to attend a situation. He jumps from his mother’s lap and puts on his uniform, armed to his teeth (and nails). Drives to the place. There he sees a ‘monstrous’ man, right on the street. He gets frightened and within seconds fires 40-50 shots at that very scary ‘thing’. Just like that; only this ‘thing’ has happened. So you cannot blame policemen. They are frightened. (Those who planning to visit the US, please don’t scare them.)

A similar situation has been happening to and affecting our social lives too. We have lot of social justice warriors. I don’t know what exactly makes the criteria for this title. Maybe you have to post something in social control media and feed the monstrous surveillance engine. Then they may give you the title of “SJW”.

“Like the American police, these people are so tender and sensitive.”Anyway, these social justice warriors are like American policemen in the street with military-style assault weapons. They may be studying mechanical engineering at a slave owner-founded company, US military and foreign brutal dictator-funded elite college.

Like the American police, these people are so tender and sensitive. They cannot even bear the sound of tree leaves in the wind. So wind stopped blowing in the US. (If it happens, it will be a hurricane. Thank global warming.) So these people are very sensitive and are always inspecting things around them. As soon as they see something that they don’t like, they get frightened. They start shouting, crying and immediately want to eliminate the unpleasant things that scare them.

“Since the dollar is ruling this world this kind of behavior is spreading to other countries too. So beware if you are grown-ups.”There is no option for that scary thing. All it has to do is to cancel itself. Once that happens these SJWs move on and start waiting for the next scary thing (scary to them).

Since the dollar is ruling this world this kind of behavior is spreading to other countries too. So beware if you are grown-ups.

Note: This has nothing to do the with a girl who asked for Richard Stallman’s resignation. She just became a random spark. If she did not do that, the system would find somebody else for that task. So don’t blame her.

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  1. Canta said,

    October 26, 2019 at 8:35 am

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    Please… we all FLOSS activists are SJW, and you’re opening nobody’s mind by being sarcastic.

    Pick any of the myriad of Dr. Roy’s posts against Microsoft, show it to anybody outside our community, and I bet he will be catalog as some kind of oversensitive, paranoid, rabid lunatic with nothing better to do with his life. That happens to all of us. And actually, you’re most likely being rude with that dollar thing, as we don’t see a cent for doing it, or by comparing the police actions (anywhere in the world) against what seems to be just noisy people.

    Here, in Argentina, “Social Justice” is no joke but an explicit campaign standard, and made us the first south american country able to reject the region right-wing turn by democratic procedures and without the general violence other brothers in LATAM have to suffer as to right now. Chile, yesterday, had what seems to be its bigger and most important manifestation in history, and it was under the flags of solidarity and respect for people’s feelings. Social Justice is a big deal around here, and the only ones mocking it are conservatives that pretend to call us all communists.

    I consider myself a very sensible person, and I don’t consider that a defect of caracter. In fact I consider it a very legit a very actual way of incentivate politics, to the point I believe it’s a time where, finally, how people feels can have an importance close to production or wealth indicators for qualifying a society. And so I struggle daily to find a way of not doing anything stupid with that.

    And also, please note that people’s fragility may very well not be about them being stupid, but victims. I don’t know where are you from, but in my country, and all our neighbour countries, we were raised in fear of lots of things. That doesn’t mean we live sucking our mamas tits.

    So, we get it Jagadees.S, there are lots of idiots and mercenaries out there. But there are also lots of insensible assholes. Please don’t be one of either.

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