“It is astonishing to see the pride of that such individuals taken in their embrace of gender or racial discrimination as a tool of social justice. They see no moral or legal problem with penalizing people due to the color of their skin or their gender. Instead, they foster the same blind stereotypes and prejudices that once segregated societies on these grounds. They learned the history but not its lesson.”
—-Blogging prof Jonathan Turley, writing about a Canadian director who has insisted that white, “cis” males pay a higher ticket price to see his film. It’s called “Justice Pricing.”
1 Turley is wrong: there’s nothing astonishing about it, as I just explained.
2. Now we know there is a place for all the anti-democratic social justice warriors who would be very happy to see the U.S. establish unconstitutional “Justice Pricing,” “Justice Hiring,” “Justice Promotions,” “Justice Convictions,” “Justice Admissions,” “Justice Expulsions,” “Justice Taxing,” “Justice Elections,” “Justice Sentencing,” “Justice Justice” and more: Canada.
3. “Justice Pricing” is about as Orwellian as it gets, don’t you think?
4. And this is why culture wars have to be engaged, fought and won, as well as why no responsible citizen can afford to a conscientious objector to the battle.. This kind of stuff is cultural poison, spreading false and dangerous values that will rot democracy as surely as ground glass will kill a spaniel. Non-confrontational men who shrug this off by saying, “Eh, I didn’t want to see that movie anyway” are foolishly assisting in their own subjugation.
5. A classic, and classically unethical, libertarian analysis comes from one of Turley’s commenters: