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“Hey, you’re a valuable member of the team,” he assures you. “I’d hate to lose you, especially over some crazy nonsense like this. All you have to do is attend a one-day diversity class and you can put this whole thing behind you.”
Only a one-day diversity class? One need only have paid attention to the news concerning any modern educational indoctrination center of good-speak to understand where many SJWs get to practice prior to having a go at you. Four years of Social Justice down the pie hole. You shall be assimilated, or you shall be gone. As the author says, vetting the people you hire is a must. (If the candidate went to Mizzou and majored in Women's Studies, that might well be a red flag.)
SJWADD is more about their tactics at the business / corporate level than the personal. Google, Intel, Disney, it does not matter. Any enterprise where an SJW can work their black magic they shall attempt to do so. HR is their preferred local for their mother-dearest oversight of all that is googly good.
Vox Day has again done a service to people who wish to protect their jobs, and even reputations. To understand how effective SJWADD is, it's all over Twitter - social justice warriors screaming REEEEEEEEEEE. The upcoming Castalia House ALT-HERO comic was fully funded within four hours. Moar REEEEEEEEEEE from the Justice Warriors. MARVEL-ous. Get it?
SJWs thought they owned video games. Gamergate taught them otherwise. The Rabid Puppies destroyed any credibility the SJW converged Hugo Awards once had. Social Justice Warriors Always Double Down. The NFL, having an element of convergence within it, is even now being taught a lesson in civility by its fans.
If one is not familiar with how SJWs operate, I recommend SJWs Always Lie as the precussor to Always Double Down. They're both fun to read, chock full of information, and might just save your career or your business.
"SJW delenda est."
I've never been able to figure out why this is the case, until now. Vox explains, with many examples, of why SJW's will always double down, even after confronted by information that would cause a reasonable person to rethink their position.
Next, Vox explains how to engage the SJW. That's the tough part, because it is so different than the way you would engage with most people you encounter.
Well written and reads at a nice pace.
A doctor that merely diagnoses is useless without a treatment plan. And we can only read so many books by conservatives whining about what's wrong (diagnosing) over the decades before further reading becomes a self-indulgent excercise in virue-signaling futility. This book, however, offers a vital treatment plan to problems we're already (at least somewhat) aware of and inspires those who oppose the radical left to not merely think, but act.
Vox Day explains how leftists deceptively take over organizations and turn then into weapons against their political enemies, be it anything from churches to sports leagues to tech companies, from small-town local organizations to fortune 500 companies. You'll learn what you can do to fight back in the culture war.