December 4, 2017
Wow guys, it’s not 2011 anymore. Cool it with the un-pc remarks.
The interesting thing about the internet is that it keeps a running record of the culture going back years, and even decades. So you can pick a random person who’s older than 25 and dig up what they’ve been saying over time.
The problem, of course, is that all our moral values and principles were completely different just a few years ago. So dig up just about anybody’s past statements, and you’ll find things that were perfectly fine back then, but are now taboo.
And the new moral system is retroactive. In other words, anyone who’s ever said or done anything violating current standards of political correctness, in history, is now a monster.
It’s like one of those fill-in-the-blank name games, where you find, say, your hipster pop-up restaurant name by taking the way you’d least like to die followed by the meat you’d like to try least. Except in this case, you take a celebrity you hate, and then search their social media for the most offensive words you can think of.
In case you were wondering: yeah, a Jew wrote this.
Last week we saw YouTuber Jack Maynard leave I’m a Celebrity Get Me Out of Here! after the Sun published tweets from 2011 to 2013 in which he’d used the words “niggas” and “retarded”, Zoella (the beauty vlogger who earns £50,000 a month) apologised for mocking “fat chavs” in 2010 and grime star Stormzy apologised for tweets sent between 2011 and 2014 which contained the word “faggot”. The week before, the newly hired (now newly fired) editor of the Gay Times Josh Rivers had been found directing hate towards, among others, transgender people, Jews, Asians, Africans, and the homeless in tweets sent between 2010 and 2015.
Oh, shit. We’re not supposed to say “retarded” anymore?
I missed that one. Hol up, guys, I need to go scrub my normie Twitter and Facebook history…
I wouldn’t want to be a thought-criminal, after all.
Except while the headlines are similar and the words are foul, the stories are difficult to compare. To do so properly would require spreadsheets that collate not only the age of the tweeter at the time of tweeting, and the frequency, focus and weight of the abuse tweeted, but the person’s professional status in relationship to the politics of abuse, too. Rivers, for instance, could no longer be taken seriously as a promoter of LGBTQ rights when people had read his historical thoughts on how “The creepiest gay men are short, old Asian men with long nails.” And it would have seemed unwise, wouldn’t it, to have kept Labour MP Jared O’Mara as a member of the women and equalities committee after the public saw the homophobic and misogynistic comments he’d posted online between 2002 and 2004.
Spreadsheets… of tweeting data…
Wait, this kike is actually serious?
I didn’t know autism could combine with kikery to make such a toxic blend. Though to be fair, the Jews are probably keeping meticulously compiled excel spreadsheets of all our articles, podcasts and social media profiles. So I guess it’s just a part of their personality.
But yeah, this concept of “retroactive political correctness” means that basically anyone can be made to fall from grace at any time, given how fast the standards are changing right from under our feet. If you had told someone from 2011 that saying the word “retarded” would be verboten in 2017, they wouldn’t even have believed you.
Now celebrities are getting ousted from their projects for decade-old tweets.
The insanity is actually accelerating, and human beings simply not biologically capable of adapting to such rapidly changing social standard. The breaking point is fast approaching.