Friday, April 3, 2015

Why I'm worse than Vox Day

A friend just mentioned that there are SJWs who think I'm "as bad as Vox Day". I answered:
I'm actually worse than Vox Day. To them, he's a pagan; I'm a heretic.
It will always amaze me that SJWs believe focusing on class makes you racist and sexist. By that logic, they're sexist and racist when they only give lip service to class, because poverty disproportionately affects women and people of color.

But when you notice that SJWs tend to be graduates of schools for the US's economic elite who want to preserve their economic privilege, all becomes clear.

Related: How I Became A Misogynist White Supremacist Doxxing Troll, or Things about me that SJWs cannot understand, or Fisking a Mixoning, A response to SciFi Fandom's most self-righteous warriors

ETA: I realize it's very difficult to explain the importance of class to people who're obsessed with race and gender, but a look at history reveals that the racial and gender gaps are narrowing while the wealth gap grows. This does not mean sexism and racism no longer matter. It means we're winning those fights while we're losing the fight for economic justice. Warren Buffet was right when he said, "There's class warfare, all right, but it's my class, the rich class, that's making war, and we're winning."