It hasn’t seemed to occur to social justice warriors and so called ‘woke and call-out culture’ that their very actions only serve to exacerbate the division and isolation of those minority groups who they purport to defend. In reality nobody cares if your black, asian or white or what your sexuality happens to be; the only common denominator is that we are human and deserve to be loved and to act with mutual respect and dignity. It is really that simple.
Worse still the constant watery rhetoric of social justice warriors and ‘woke and call-out’ culture only serves to carve up and divide the masses into deterministic groupings and subsets thereof, ultimately creating an ‘us and them’ mentality fuelled by paranoia and group think. As far as I can see those who are obsessed with defending minority rights often become the oppressor and the racist themselves in the process. Such a process takes on the air of a divine Messianic crusade, and it is clear that often the goal is not to defend minority rights but to bolster their own fragile ego; a life unfulfilled with potential wasted. It is dangerous and the height of stupidity to divide the population along racial lines and impose racial and ethnic bias while at the same time purporting to be fighting racism. The cold hard reality is that you have never had it better and the buck stops with you and you cannot blame others for your failings and inadequacy.
There are no coherent trends that can be identified other than the fact that perseverance and hard work lead to success. In the modern age young men and woman have lost their way such that boundaries are now blurred and porous. Today only the wrong priorities take precedence while simplistic and traditional fundamentals of the past are considered to be chains of oppression, when in reality they are the doves of freedom. Everyone should strive to live their lives subject to the following criteria, ancient Roman virtues supersede modern and progressive watery values. You don’t know how easy you have it little man and woman.
‘These are the qualities of life to which every citizen should aspire. They are the heart of the Via Romana--the Roman Way--and are thought to be those qualities which gave the Roman Republic the moral strength to conquer and civilize the world:
Auctoritas--"Spiritual Authority": The sense of one's social standing, built up through experience, Pietas, and Industria.
Comitas--"Humor": Ease of manner, courtesy, openness, and friendliness.
Clementia--"Mercy": Mildness and gentleness.
Dignitas--"Dignity": A sense of self-worth, personal pride.
Firmitas--"Tenacity": Strength of mind, the ability to stick to one's purpose.
Frugalitas--"Frugalness": Economy and simplicity of style, without being miserly.
Gravitas--"Gravity": A sense of the importance of the matter at hand, responsibility and earnestness.
Honestas--"Respectibility": The image that one presents as a respectable member of society.
Humanitas--"Humanity": Refinement, civilization, learning, and being cultured.
Industria--"Industriousness": Hard work.
Pietas--"Dutifulness": More than religious piety; a respect for the natural order socially, politically, and religiously. Includes the ideas of patriotism and devotion to others.
Prudentia--"Prudence": Foresight, wisdom, and personal discretion.
Salubritas--"Wholesomeness": Health and cleanliness.
Severitas--"Sternness": Gravity, self-control.
Veritas--"Truthfulness": Honesty in dealing with others.’
~ G McK