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    It seems that it's impossible to say anything without social justic warriors sticking their noses in it
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    The existence of political correctness is pretty much already going too far...
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    (Original post by ineedA)
    It seems that it's impossible to say anything without social justic warriors sticking their noses in it
    You've offended me.

    HELP!!!

    I want my safe space back.
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    (Original post by ineedA)
    It seems that it's impossible to say anything without social justic warriors sticking their noses in it
    It really isn't, the amount of drama people make getting hysterical about 'SJWs' is significantly greater than the hysteria SJWs make in the first place.
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    (Original post by BristolFresher15)
    The existence of political correctness is pretty much already going too far...
    /thread.
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    Well you don't have the freedom to say anything without anyone else 'sticking their noses in'. Freedom of speech works both ways - you can criticise and be criticised.
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    (Original post by ineedA)
    It seems that it's impossible to say anything without social justic warriors sticking their noses in it
    I am offended by your use of that word
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    (Original post by Pokémontrainer)
    Well you don't have the freedom to say anything without anyone else 'sticking their noses in'. Freedom of speech works both ways - you can criticise and be criticised.
    sjw elert
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    (Original post by Pokémontrainer)
    Well you don't have the freedom to say anything without anyone else 'sticking their noses in'. Freedom of speech works both ways - you can criticise and be criticised.
    Hmm, I think you may have missed the point
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    (Original post by aesthetic god)
    sjw elert
    You caught me.
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    Leave the SJW's to it.

    They mean well.
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    Political correctness has most certainly went too far. You can barely say anything about anyone without it not being PC!

    Completely wrong. People just need to grow a set!
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    Yes.

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    Political corectness went way too far as soon as governments started considering passing laws to force it.(look up hate speech laws. Both the EU Commission and the UK government are considering hate speech laws)

    I don't mind people whining when somebody posts a comment that's slightly offensive to them. They can say whatever they want at that point; it's free speech.

    But when you're actually prosecuting people in a court just for making comments that are a bit offensive to certain people, then that's just wrong. I'm really starting to worry that hate speech laws are going to go too far, and we're going to end up getting jailed for making comments that are even just slightly offensive to someone.

    Of course, the worst part of hate speech laws being passed is that the government might eventually evolve those laws to include prosecuting anyone that speaks out against government practices...
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    (Original post by Jazzyboy)
    Political corectness went way too far as soon as governments started considering passing laws to force it.(look up hate speech laws. Both the EU Commission and the UK government are considering hate speech laws)

    I don't mind people whining when somebody posts a comment that's slightly offensive to them. They can say whatever they want at that point; it's free speech.

    But when you're actually prosecuting people in a court just for making comments that are a bit offensive to certain people, then that's just wrong. I'm really starting to worry that hate speech laws are going to go too far, and we're going to end up getting jailed for making comments that are even just slightly offensive to someone.

    Of course, the worst part of hate speech laws being passed is that the government might eventually evolve those laws to include prosecuting anyone that speaks out against government practices...
    Hear, hear.
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    Feminisation of society is what went too far.
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    (Original post by Pokémontrainer)
    Well you don't have the freedom to say anything without anyone else 'sticking their noses in'. Freedom of speech works both ways - you can criticise and be criticised.
    Let's be honest SJW's are all about trying to shut down the freedom of speech of people who they disagree with.


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    (Original post by Jazzyboy)
    Political corectness went way too far as soon as governments started considering passing laws to force it.(look up hate speech laws. Both the EU Commission and the UK government are considering hate speech laws)

    I don't mind people whining when somebody posts a comment that's slightly offensive to them. They can say whatever they want at that point; it's free speech.

    But when you're actually prosecuting people in a court just for making comments that are a bit offensive to certain people, then that's just wrong. I'm really starting to worry that hate speech laws are going to go too far, and we're going to end up getting jailed for making comments that are even just slightly offensive to someone.

    Of course, the worst part of hate speech laws being passed is that the government might eventually evolve those laws to include prosecuting anyone that speaks out against government practices...
    Let's rubber stamp this - yes the governments idea that they "need to tackle non-violent extremism" is precisely a cover for SJW closing down of opinions they disagree with. It will be like this:

    Nationalists - extremists
    Cultural convertibles - extremists
    Vocal Christians - extremists
    New alt right challengers to the progressive left - extremists
    9/11 official theory non-believers (anyone with common sense) - extremists

    Sun readers and believers - OK
    General mass media believers - OK
    Anyone who never used their brain - OK

    People who demand new bathrooms for transgender people - OK
    People who want to end white rule for indigenous whites in their historic homelands - OK
    People who want a skewed justice system that is inconsistent and favours progressive "protected groups" - OK


    In other words the politicians running this are muppets who buy into the SJW's and have bias for "extremism" on one side but but the other.

    The Conservative Party = SJW Party


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    (Original post by Pokémontrainer)
    Well you don't have the freedom to say anything without anyone else 'sticking their noses in'. Freedom of speech works both ways - you can criticise and be criticised.
    Exactly. I've always thought freedom is counterproductive.
 
 
 
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