For the last four years, I’ve been unable to settle to my own satisfaction the question of what poses the greater internal threat to the United States: the Presidency of Donald Trump, or the growing influence of Critical Social Justice Theory (CSJT).
The pseudo-reality holds as its North Star a Utopian vision that aligns with artificial resolutions to their inability to cope with reality as it is, and it thereby attracts others who have similar issues.
Here is my admittedly somewhat subjective list of the five most absurd and outrageous woke ideas being discussed in 2020. I owe a debt of gratitude to New Discourses for its Social Justice Encyclopedia, which allowed me to easily pick from its long litany of woke folly.
It is irresponsible to the point of negligence for an organization or institution to adopt an environment that uses "diversity" training rooted in Critical Social Justice Theories like Critical Race Theory.
In 1977 the United States Supreme Court delivered a landmark decision in favour of the National Socialist Party of America (NSPA). The Village of Skokie sued the NSPA to prevent the neo-Nazi organization from holding a rally.
James Lindsay recently said on Twitter that he will vote "unhappily" for Republicans including Trump in these troubled times after seeing an argument that the left should work to abolish the Constitution.
We stare at the abyss of an even more polarized cultural climate, continuing political stagnation, and one of the most tumultuous election cycles in American history, and many are left wondering what in the world just happened.