The Complete List of SJWs:Social Justice Warriors

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Social Justice Warriors are left-wing political activists who are dedicated to forcing the general public to accept their ideological Narrative concerning various social justice ideals such as Tolerance, Equality, Progress, Inclusivity, and Diversity. They typically operate by infiltrating existing institutions and gradually converting them over time to operate in line with the current Narrative. This process is known as convergence.

“The Social Justice Warrior is best regarded as a sort of unpaid amateur propagandist. The reason SJWs are so inclined to make false assertions stems from a motivation that is very similar to that of the professional propagandist, which is the need to disregard existing reality in order to bring about the preferred alternative. In the case of the SJW-preferred reality, this nonexistent alternative is known as the Narrative. The Narrative is the story that the SJWs want to tell. It is the fiction they want you to believe; it is the reality that they want to create through the denial of the problematic reality that happens to exist at the moment. And there is no one definitive Narrative. Instead, there are many Narratives, all of them subject to change at any time, thereby requiring the SJW who subscribes to them to be able to change his own professed beliefs on demand as well.”

SJWs Always Lie: Taking Down the Thought Police, Vox Day, 2015

“I rigorously manage my own thinking and purge myself of dangerous unthinkable thoughts -- mindkill myself -- on a regular basis. This is what you have to do to be a feminist anti-racist progressive, i.e. a social justice stormtrooper.... You need to understand that the only way to be rational in this world is to be irrational, that they only way to be fair is to pick the right side and fight for it.”

Arthur Chu

“Social justice does not belong to the category of error but to that of nonsense, like the term 'a moral stone'.”

Law, Legislation and Liberty, Volume 2: The Mirage of Social Justice, F.A. Hayek, 1976

“Being a social justice warrior means taking on a role in this unjust society in which you don’t ask for equality but instead, you demand it—and others see that as the “wrong tone.” People who think they are doing nothing wrong are going to be upset that we are telling them to change. People are not going to think these problems of inequality are significant because they have the privilege of it not affecting them. They will write us off as radical, overdramatic, and insignificant hypocrites. But social justice warriors must not change their “tone” to appease the oppressor. Oppressors must change, not the oppressed. Being an activist for justice—or a “social justice warrior” if they want to call us that—is about standing up to oppressors…The “wrong” tone is our tone. The wrong tone is the social justice warrior’s tone.”

—“On Being A 'Social Justice Warrior'”, Austin Bryan, June 10, 2015

SJW Objectives

“Society should treat all equally well who have deserved equally well of it, that is, who have deserved equally well absolutely. This is the highest abstract standard of social and distributive justice; towards which all institutions, and the efforts of all virtuous citizens should be made in the utmost degree to converge.”

Utilitarianism, John Stuart Mill, 1861

“Their goal is power and domination over the Western cultural narrative to manufacture a consensus that is aligned with their extreme far-left ideology. Since their ideas are so far removed from science, logic, and reason, this requires a complete control of information to disseminate their world view along with the complete silencing of those who contradict them.”

—“What Is A Social Justice Warrior?”, RooshV, October 6, 2014

SJW Convergence

“The more an institution converges towards the highest abstract standard of social and distributive justice, the less it is able to perform its primary function.”

SJWs Always Lie: Taking Down the Thought Police, Vox Day, 2015