I’ve pointed this out dozens of times before, but the problem with structuring an ideology like the left has with their current ideology is that it lacks any sort of intellectual underpinnings. Instead, it substitutes the grievances of its recognized members. Consequently, there is no consistency because those grievances can change just as soon as the idiots who invented the grievance change their minds. In effect, it’s like basing a political ideology on the whinings of a six year old. Today, you are demanding that sandwiches be cut into squares. Tomorrow, it better be triangles. The day after, sandwiches themselves are the root of all evil. The day after that, sandwiches have returned to vogue, but that dog who stole your donut must be purged. And so on.
The issue surrounding MLK’s speech is just the latest example of this, but it is an excellent example. MLK’s key words were this:
“I have a dream that my four little children will one day live in a nation where they will not be judged by the color of their skin but by the content of their character.”What does MLK mean? He means that he hopes that one day, America will move beyond race and it will be entirely irrelevant as a basis for judging another human being. What can possibly be more inclusive than that? King is hoping that everyone can live in a future where everyone stops judging people on the basis of race. No one is excluded from this dream. It is not limited in its application. It is not limited in its scope. It is not limited in its ambition. Who could possibly go all whiny bitch about this not being inclusive?
Indeed, said Sophomore Mia Ashley, who is clearly a dipshit, “diversity is so much more than race. Obviously race still plays a big role, but there are people who identify differently in gender and all sorts of things like that.”
Think about that. Assley is saying that the fact that MLK spoke only about race makes his dream non-inclusive. In other words, he didn’t make reference to my personal grievance, so his thought is not worthy of being considered inclusive. Idiotic.
Interestingly, this makes it impossible for anyone to ever state a truly inclusive thought about diversity because it is impossible to list all of the possible weirdoes looking for validation at one time. Indeed, MLK could have said:
“I have a dream that my four little children will one day live in a nation where they will not be judged by the color of their skin, their gender, their gender identity, how big their schlongs or anti-schlongs are, their religion or anti-religion, their ethnicity, their weight, their age, their economic circumstances, their disability, their lack of height, the color of their eyes, their desire to be animals, their intelligence, their mental health, or their emotional stability, but by the content of their character.”And yet, the first person who wants to see themselves as a vampire or who can’t grow enough hair makes this non-inclusive. "He didn't include me! Waaaaaaah!"
Think about that. This dumb beatch is claiming that the greatest statement of inclusion after “We hold these truths to be self-evident that all men are created equal” is not inclusive because MLK didn’t bother to mention her particular defect. That is the worthlessness of leftism in a nutshell. That is why the left has nothing to offer and why anything the left tries devolves into hate and acrimony.
Honestly, it’s too late to save the left, but don’t let these people infect the right too.