Admin wrote: ↑9 months agoThey never define it on the left and it's a term you can play around with indefinitely.
It basically means that life is unfair because some people have more than others in some areas.
So yeah, they can take any characteristic and say "well look, some people are fitter than others, that's thin privilege, we need to fight that!"
Any advantage you have can be weighted and will potentially translate in increased social status and ultimately money.
I'm tall so in theory (and it will remain theory for me :p), I make 10% more money than shorter men.
So one day, since they haven't used that one yet (but don't worry, it's coming), they will say: "well it's not fair, why should those guys earn more just because they're taller! SOCIAL INJUSTICE!"
So this expression "social justice" can mean anything, and it's basically used to shame those who do better in life, and it's really almost all about resentment, envy and jealousy, not always though and I'll come back to that later.
The social justice warriors types can go as far as telling you that you're doing well because you were fortunate enough to have loving parents and other people didn't, so they should get preferential treatment, or that Asians are naturally more gifted when it comes to IQ so they should put the bar higher for them (it has already been put into practice in American colleges, and they are currently suing the universities).
Sometimes resentment about not being able to make it (or make it easily) is justified. Some people were really unfortunate and found themselves having an average IQ, and if those people are for some reason expected by their parents to make it at university, they won't be able to, no matter how much they torture themselves.
And we also have a good example that floats around on hair loss forums: being short, bald, ugly or a combination of the three as a man. Then surprisingly, even the social justice warrior types will have no hesitation to tell those guys to suck it up and tell them that their disadvantages are all in their heads.
Those are extreme cases of course. But I know that the most intense resentment I've ever felt in my life were in moments that people were holding me to impossible standards given my personality make-up or genetic traits. Imagine someone telling you: "well I know why you lost your hair, you were not taking care of it properly and you didn't really want to keep it, that's why you went bald!"
You can get mad at that injustice, fair enough. But saying "I'm prone to anxiety so I need more time to complete my exams!" I'm sorry but, no.
These guys took it way too far:
https://www.dailywire.com/news/22073/be ... frank-camp
CK has been clear from his perspective what he is protesting.
If you disagree with why he protesting or how he’s doing it doesn’t really matter.
He’s American and he has a right to protest. NFL also has a right not to sign or support him. He made a choice nd that’s it.
The main point is he is not protesting the military. And we all know it. Trump did a great Svengali job to make it about something else
But that is his sole talent. Branding.