The super-rich true believers in climate causes, racial justice causes, and other virtue signals, find ways to use their fabulous wealth in ways that make them appear down with the struggle.
Esports gamer Chung Ng Wai, who goes by Blitzchung, wears a gas mask and goggles and ends an interview saying “Liberate Hong Kong: Revolution of our times.” Hearthstone tournament sponsor Blizzard Entertainment bans him for a year and strips him of $10,000 in 2019 winnings.
Teacher Melissa Barnett takes to Twitter and praises the dumping of classic books — including works by Orwell, Steinbeck and Vonnegut — to replace them with “relevant and culturally-diverse literature.”
Marginalized, rejected, shushed, and demeaned by social justice warriors in Progressive society, young men enter the world of video games where they can live like real men. Brave, bold, ambitious, and rough around the edges, gamers develop characters who move at speed, act with courage, triumph against overwhelming odds, and revel in the reward, to become who they were meant to be.
A student senate, by supermajority, mandates silent sign language applause, and bans clapping and whooping. Scott Ott explains why, but Bill Whittle and Stephen Green fail to join the muted ovation for this sensitive accommodation. For just $9.95/month, you can join the citizen-producer crew and make shows like ‘Right Angle’: https://billwhittlecom.wpengine.com/register
Social Justice Warriors, having exhausted the potential of ‘virtue signaling’, now try ‘positional good’ — a form of competition among the hierarchies of victimhood. Don’t worry, Bill Whittle can explain. No, there is too much. Bill can sum up. Join the crew of citizen-producers of content like this: https://billwhittlecom.wpengine.com/register Join the discussion in our Right […]
Does jumping on the social justice warrior bandwagon lead to corporate suicide? Nike becomes the latest to curry favor with the Left by offending a huge swath of America. Stephen Green leads Bill Whittle and Scott Ott to analyze this disease.