How to Talk Like a Social Justice Campus Crybully

How to Talk Like a Social Justice Campus Crybully, by Daniel Greenfield.

We spent the second half of the last century in a long war with a bunch of leftists who wore funny clothes and shouted a jargon of incomprehensible slogans. These days you can only find them in North Korea and on your local college campus. …

Free speech is actually not at all endangered on campus, according to the Wellesley News which defines free speech as any speech that protects the underprivileged. The only free speech is left-wing speech. Any other speech is a form of oppression against the underprivileged who have the privilege of calling it out by harassing anyone who engages in it to protect their existence from your existence. …

All non-social justice forms of speech are hate speech. These include supporting Trump, quoting the Bill of Rights or refusing to check your privilege. …

Objecting to racial slurs, death threats, fake hate crimes, machete attacks, pepper spray and/or arson is “tone policing”. Policing the tone of angry left-wing minority hooligans who have Tumblr pages full of clips from The Boondocks is deeply wrong and you need to check your privilege. They are already performing enormous amounts of “unpaid emotional labor” by just existing in white spaces and then trying to educate you about your privilege and their agony by yelling racial slurs in your face. …

It doesn’t help when you refuse to be educated about your privilege and instead whitesplain, mansplain, hetsplain or cisplain to them about the challenges you have overcome. …

The ideal campus would be a total safe space with no hate speech or non-different people allowed. All the buildings would be renamed after indigenous Marxist terrorists and all the STEM majors would have to spend 5 years taking mandatory social justice courses. College would be free and all the emotional labor of yelling at people on Twitter about the Redskins would finally be paid for with grants and subsidies.

hat-tip Stephen Neil