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SJWs Always Lie: Taking Down the Thought Police Paperback – October 13, 2015
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So, when I saw this title, I decided to pick it up and get some insight into one of the personalities involved.
What I got for my investment is a better understanding of one of the main internal enemies of my country (the so called Social Justice Warriors) and some clues as to how they exist. Better, though, is the understanding that they are, at heart, cowardly and easily coerced into rage and public display of their madness.
One of the little tidbits I found interesting is Day's take on Rhetorical thinking versus Dialectic thinking. The assertion that SJW's are slaves to the emotional side of Rhetoric and completely incapable of facing the lies of their own narrative from a Dialectic standpoint is greatly enlightening.
Mind you, true debate and public discourse among reasonable minds should blend the two together to form logical arguments cogently and appealingly debated and moving toward a synthesis of Truth as Aristotle intended. That, however, assumes rationality among both parties which is impossible when dealing with SJW's and their ilk, who are pure Sophos and "da feels:",
In any event, the clearly delineated steps of both the SJW attack strategy and a format for thwarting such mindless mob assaults is very helpful.
There's a point that has to be considered. Day and his Rabid Puppy/GamerGate comrades embrace picking up the weapons of their enemies and beating them to death with them. I actually emotionally agree with that approach, but the old saw of becoming your enemy by behaving like your enemy comes to the fore.
There's a thread of truth in what he says. An organization must protect itself from being infiltrated and subverted by its enemies. That's exactly what the SJW's have done with our schools, our governments, and their associated bureaucracies. The problem, of course, is that in attempting to make sure that your organization remains SJW free, you stand the chance (and a very good one) of becoming as intolerant and evil as the enemy.
Reading a bit of Day's Vox Popoli blog, it's easy to see that human pack attack tendency that mirrors that of the SJW cabal. Just because an attack dog is on your side or attacks people you don't like doesn't make it any less vicious. And that is a very dangerous sort of thing to play casually with.
This is the conundrum the pointing-shrieking control-mania hypocrisy of the SJW's has forced upon us. So long as the fight starts from truth and then uses their own sort of tools to shove that truth down their throat in an emotional manner they can't deal with, that's fine. When the lies begin stacking on each other to try and out do them, though, everyone loses.
Style wise, this is more of a blog-type pamphlet rather than any sort of serious treatise, and it's better for that. The material presented is not scholarly. It's a quick and dirty how-to about identifying the enemy and using their weaknesses against them. For that, readability is a must.
A unsupportable broad-brush approach is used to make the points (the title is an excellent example), but that's part and parcel of establishing the boundaries for a significant conflict. Day addresses this directly in later chapters and explains the necessity from his point of view.
Overall, I'm taking this as an interesting and insightful piece of chronological data that is very helpful in understanding the who's who of the conflict between SJW's and people who prefer to deal with reality. While not perfect, I certainly consider it relevant and a worthwhile addition to my Kindle library.
I'm going to read this again, and recommend it far and wide. It gives me great joy knowing that this is money well spent.