Sustainability is going to be the buzzword of the century. Everywhere we turn, we hear about sustainable practices in business and industry, sustainable foods and agriculture, sustainable energy, and so on.
In this episode of James Lindsay OnlySubs, my subscribers-only podcast, I discuss this phenomenon a little to give you some clearer sense of what we're dealing with in the Woke movement and therefore also how we must approach pushing back against it.
Join me on this episode of my subscribers-only podcast, James Lindsay OnlySubs, to hear what I think about normal people standing up and speaking up, as inspired by this fully credentialed dad in Northern Virginia.
In this episode, join James as he reads through the final (shortest) part of this essay and connects it to the features of today's clownish world, from Antifa and other radical activism to divisive identity politics to stakeholder capitalism and sustainability metrics.
For some time I've wanted to say something about what I believe is one of the main drivers of "trans parents," meaning parents who seemingly inexplicably have a large number of trans kids, which should be a statistical extreme rarity unless something else not unlike gender Munchausen's by proxy is the driver.
According to Critical Race Theory, “racism is ordinary, not aberrational—‘normal science,’ the usual way society does business, the common, everyday experience of most people of color in this country.” Its advocates call this belief “systemic racism.”