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Has Anyone Noticed that those that proclaim they're Politically Incorrect are easily offended?
They pound their chests, call other people names, and pester others with accusations of Political Correctness. And through it all, they're gloating over first amendment rights while screaming with pride "I'm Politically Incorrect!" Yet, when somebody calls them out for their action, automatically, these people want to have that person banned from Q&A or forums? What's up with that?
Yes Dean. there has always been a certain faction of HP users who take offense to anyone who challenges their religious or political beliefs. So far I've been banned from the forums permanently, but wonder how long I'll be permitted to post and comment on the Q&A section.
I've been a member of HP for almost 8 years now and pretty much observed all sorts of unfair actions against some of HP's most loyal and productive writers. It's really sad because this place was once an inspiration to achieve big things in the on-line writing venue.
I still earn well here but the community spirit is quelled by the moderators and those they listen to. And these are the people who report anyone they disagree with rather than state their case. I'm not one to sugar coat things, Dean. Yes, that's probably why I'm banned from the forums. LOL!
A private religious school near us declined admission to a lesbian's daughter per their published statement of belief. That was all over local news and hit national news. That they did it so they could teach their beliefs to children without creating conflict for that specific child and not have to change their beliefs wasn't discussed. The authoritarian left says "don't express your views in public", and then tries to infiltrate and force change on the social enclaves people retreat to - it can't stand contrary opinions ANYWHERE. Note - this sort of deliberate attempt to undermine private religious schools is a nationwide trend, happened dozens of times.
The LBGT movement started sending hate mail, death threats, for months. One break in. More death threats to administrators, in the name of love and tolerance.
The police did investigate the person who threatened to burn down a school with 200 children inside, but I can only compare the ideological fervor of someone who can say "let's threaten to kill a bunch of children of people with ideas we don't like" with religion. How dare those people not only hold contrary views but teach it to their children? They all have to die! The authoritarian left is similar to Islam in this, there shall be no criticism to the politically correct list of views and anyone who dares state facts contrary to it is attacked verbally, socially and even physically. The authoritarian left isn't executing apostates yet, but they are getting people fired from jobs, trying to destroy relationships by spamming parents and spouses, etc.
To say "I am politically incorrect" is to say you've stood up to the left wing hate mobs, the fascists dominating society. It is becoming a badge of honor on the political / social right to say "I stood up to the liberal bullies and didn't back down like most do".
Note - the alt right that is imitating the tactics of the authoritarian left is a recent trend, and the authoritarian left has been doing this for YEARS. See Brandon Eich, no platforming of feminist icons for not falling into line of transgenderism, etc.
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