Oh! But we already know that, don’t we? We have lots
and lots of experience.
First you subject people to “consciousness-raising,”
also known as nagging and harassment. Libs and progs have been doing that since the Sixties. And then you make glaring examples
of individuals guilty of unintended discrimination. If the poor sucker steps on one of the mines in the minefield, kaboom,
Says a UAW spokeswoman, setting it up so that normal people
can be punished for microaggression is the coming thing—“the next level of discourse in this country around racism,
sexism, and homophobia.” I grew up in a UAW household, and I can’t begin to explain what has happened to this
Canada has pioneered this parody of justice in its Human
Rights industry. In Canada, any member of a Protected Class can drag any regular person up in front of a “human rights”
tribunal and have him fricasseed for this or that offense—with the offense being defined by the offended. In these mock
trials, the plaintiff’s feelings count as evidence. In Canada you can have your livelihood totally destroyed without
your having broken any law. There’s no double jeopardy in the human rights funhouse, so they can try you over and over
again for the same offense. Meanwhile, the government pays all the plaintiff’s legal expenses.
“Microaggression” can be, and will be, defined
as anything the offended party says it is. The defendant is automatically guilty. How do you even try to defend yourself ?
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