It’s just like Marilyn Manson says in “The Beautiful People”
“And I don’t want you and I don’t need you
Don’t bother to resist, or I’ll beat you
It’s not your fault that you’re always wrong
The weak ones are there to justify the strong.”
The weak have become the strong, and they’re beating all of us down. I’m seriously tired of writing about the censorship plague we’re made to suffer, but the cancellations just keep coming.
Jeffrey Lieberman, former American Psychiatric Association president and now also-former Chair of the Columbia University Department of Psychiatry, saw a photo of model Naykim Gatwech and tweeted:
“Whether a work of art or freak of nature she’s a beautiful sight to behold.”
Immune to context, SJW’s worldwide lost their collective minds over his use of the word “freak” and Liebermann is now persona non grata despite being widely recognised as “one of the most accomplished and respected psychiatrists in the world“.
Are we no longer able or willing to accept apologies? What happened to forgiveness? Should lives be ruined by one errant comment? Can we really distill a person’s worth from a single tweet?
It’s immature. But in this infantile world, it’s now one strike, you’re out.
Naykim Gatwech is called ‘Queen of Darkness’ by her fans. Seems racist to me! I’m sure they’d argue that it’s the context that matters. So why does context not matter when you’re an older white guy?
Maybe there is a conspiracy.
It sure seems like everything older white guys say and do is forensically examined for any inference that might be used against them. Trust nobody, fellas. Social media is your enemy.
Luckily, I am nobody. Nobody covets my job. Beauty is in the eye of the beholder or beer-holder as the case may be, so the only takeaway for me from Liebermann & Co. is to keep my opinions to myself.
And if a SJW ever asks for my forgiveness?