Social justice warriors believe in an extreme left-wing ideology that combines feminism, progressivism, and political correctness into a totalitarian system that attempts to censor speech while actively discriminating against men, particularly white men. They are the internet activist arm of Western progressivism that acts as a vigilante group to ensure compliance and homogeny of far left thought.
|2016 Australian of the Year and SJW, David Morrison. He receives up to $15,000 for speaking engagements while advocating for gender and diversity issues. He has promised to carry on Rosie Batty's anti-male crusade.
The true definition of SJW is up for debate, but most generally it has become a catch-all term that describes feminists, progressives, Greens members, cultural Marxists and members of extreme left groups such as Socialist Alliance who actively try to solve the perceived social injustices of modern society by organizing in online communities to disseminate propaganda and censor speech.
Those who proudly adopt the title express a mix of sensitivity to social issues coupled with an aggressive and almost militant outrage at any perceived injustice.
Often they are people with paper thin skin who always find something to be offended about.
They specialise in race, gender, ethnic and pro-Islamic causes.
Although admittedly not extreme left-wingers, the last three Australians of the Year fit into the category of social justice warriors - which says something about the Australian of the Year selection panels.
2015 Australian of the Year and SJW, Rosie Batty. She used her personal tragedy to demonise men in her domestic violence campaign that labels all perpetrators as male.
Batty has said Australia still struggled to call out domestic violence for what is was - men's violence against women. This is an extremely provocative and divisive falsehood, when one in three victims of domestic violence is a male.
Who could forget part-Aboriginal footballer, Adam Goodes who shamefully abused his position of 2014 Australian of the Year, using his soapbox to vilify our past, and preach division. He was dubbed by many as "Un-Australian of the Year"
Commenting on a the film, Utopia, by another un-Australian, John Pilger, the former Swans captain denounced “our very dark past, a brutal history of dispossession, theft and slaughter”.
“Europeans, and the governments that have run our country, have raped, killed and stolen,” he wrote in Fairfax newspapers. (See also Adam Goodes and the hunt for racists)
SJWs in America are waging a bitter war on society where they use fear mongering and bullying to police language, enforce censorship and unfairly discredit those who deviate from their position. They have punished individuals by getting them terminated from their employment. They have also been successful at positioning themselves in the upper echelons of universities, media organizations, and tech companies.Read more...