Unthinking Majority wrote:If someone like Ben Shapiro says trans people have a mental illness then trans people and their leftwing allies feel threatened, so they protest Shapiro and people try to stop him from speaking on campuses, which makes the right feel threatened because they're shutting down free speech, and the cycle just continues. It's the same with the whole controversy with The Odyssey book.
So bigots feel victimised when their bigotry is criticised. Okay.
And this victim narrative fuels their identity politics.
But the criticisms of bigotry are not a threat to society, while the bigotry does create problems.
And that is the point that I am making: identity politics by white people and bigots is the actual threat.
Politics is what happens when people's rights and/or interests come into conflict with each other. It's a zero sum game. Everyone wants to control the narrative. Everyone feels threatened by the other side for one reason or another.
Politics is not a zero sum game. Reducing bigotry helps everyone, and the only loss is the unfair advantages of the oppressor group. And it is illogical.to assume that this one loss balances out all the gains.
Your assertion about France is wrong.
Either support your claim with evidence or stop spreading misinformation.
There is a crack in everything,
That's how the light gets in...