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Getting What They Don't Deserve
As explained in the, "Justice" article, no one really wants justice.

"No one wants true justice, however, because true justice is determined by reality, not human dreams of utopian paradise, where everyone has whatever they think they have a right to have and do, without cost or consequence. What they want is not justice, but the undeserved, the unearned, and will never be happy because reality cannot be made to conform to their dreams."

True justice terrifies them. To evade it, they make up their own version which they call, "social justice," which is not justice at all, but a defiance of all true justice.

In, "Two Big Lies," I wrote: "The concept, "rights," assumes that some things are so good and important to human life, that securing them for every human being justifies anything that will accomplish that end. There is no agreement on exactly what the, "very good," things are that everyone has a, "right," to, but they are sometimes enumerated as things like, a right to, "life," "free speech," and, "security," often including things like, "education, opportunity, food, and health care."

"Social Justice," is the most common way the, "two big lies." are put over today. In the same way the, "critical thinking," hoax is put over, (by appealing to the desire for correct reasoning), in all of academia, the, "social justice," hoax is put over, (by appealing to the desire for virtue) in all social and political policy—though critical thinking destroys true reason and social justice destroys true justice.

What Is Social Justice?

Social justice is the wrong-headed view of those who despise the real world and believe they can make the world into one they would like by some social/political system that will make everyone behave the way they would like. That's not the way a social justice warrior (SJW) would put it, but it's what it means in plain language.

The SJW would use language like this:

Social justice is the relation of balance between individuals and society measured by comparing distribution of wealth differences, from personal liberties to fair privilege opportunities. In Western as well as in older Asian cultures, the concept of social justice has often referred to the process of ensuring that individuals fulfill their societal roles and receive what was their due from society.

In case you did not know it, the SJW is making it clear that you are owed something by society simply because you were born. That's what, "due from society," means. But if you think that actually applies to you as an individual, you'd be mistaken, because you, as a member of society, are the one who owes to those others what is their due. It's complicated.

In the same article, Ben O'Neill's explanation is a bit more cogent:

For advocates of "social justice" the notion of "rights" is a mere term of entitlement, indicative of a claim for any possible desirable good, no matter how important or trivial, abstract or tangible, recent or ancient. It is merely an assertion of desire, and a declaration of intention to use the language of rights to acquire said desire. In fact, since the program of social justice inevitably involves claims for government provision of goods, paid for through the efforts of others, the term actually refers to an intention to use force to acquire one's desires. Not to earn desirable goods by rational thought and action, production and voluntary exchange, but to go in there and forcibly take goods from those who can supply them!

The Pandemic Of Social Justice

Social justice is like a disease that infects everything in any society where it takes hold, infecting every aspect of society from education to political policy.

There are schools for teachers with the singular purpose of teaching teachers how to be social justice teachers.

Dr. Crystal Belle – director of teacher education at Rutgers University-Newark, and teacher, activist, and professor for the past 13 years – says, "A social justice classroom is one that is critical in nature, thus, we should be constantly encouraging students to question the world around them as well as the schools they attend."

Here is cultural Marxist critical theory on stilts, the perfect implementation of the, "critical thinking," scam.

The social justice education pandemic is not restricted to isolated schools. These Five Principles of Social Justice are from Kent State University: "Access, Equity, Diversity, Participation, and Human Rights."

If you are wondering what any of these have to do with justice, they don't. "Social justice," is the principle that true justice should defied for sake of those who want what they are not willing to earn.

The University of Kansas (KU) offers, 15 Ways to Advance Social Justice in your Community, which include:

"Attend demonstrations and protests," [Join protesting trouble-making mobs and vandals.]

"Get involved with politics through civic engagement," [Support the use of government force to get what you want.]

"Support minority-owned businesses in your community and online," [Be a racist in your choice of whom to do business with.]

Anyone can see how those things will improve the level of justice in any community.

Social Justice Infects Everything

From business to government, there is hardly a single organization that is not infected with and spreading the infection of social justice. The two largest teacher unions are major disseminators of the social justice virus.

The American Federation of Teachers (AFT) program, "Freedom to Thrive" is virulent social justice:

A "freedom to thrive" agenda means ensuring that Americans can have unions; an economy that works for all; great public schools and affordable higher education; healthcare as a right; retirement security; voting and civil rights; a vibrant democracy; and safe, welcoming and healthy environments and communities, regardless of who you are, where you live, how you worship or who you love.

The National Education Association (NEA) provides a Social Justice Training Program.

Rooted in the vision, mission, and values of NEA, the Social Justice Training Program helps members draw the connection between achieving social justice in schools and realizing academic success for all students. The program lays the foundation for NEA's social justice work by teaching educators to create more just and effective learning environments.

It is no surprise that the National Association of Social Workers (NASW) is dedicated to Social Justice as another excuse for their corrupt work. Not is it any surprise that social justice has become a tool of psychologists and so-called psychological counselors.

Nothing To Fear

"Social justice," is just another ideology with no more basis than any other ideology or religion. It happens to be a popular and well advertised belief today, but it is no more dangerous than any other absurd belief that captures the minds of the gullible masses. Governments, and other agencies of deception, will use social justice, just as they have used popular ideologies of the past, like religion and social/political ideologies, to put over their outrageous attempts to oppress and fleece people, and largely get away with it, but they are only a threat to those who throw their lot in with, "the people," or, "society," who will deserve what they get.

The free individual is already free from either concern or dependence in any way on government or society—social justice is just another absurdity to be recognized and laughed at.

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