SJWs Had Bad Mothers Apparently

They never learned basic lessons of growing up:

“Do unto others as you would have others do unto you.”

The “Golden Rule” is the most basic principle of human morality. Christians attribute it to Christ but it is much older. It was taught by Confucius and the Buddha and is the cornerstone for many moral codes, religious or otherwise, across many cultures. SJWs treat anyone who disagrees with them very poorly: harassing them, doxxing them, getting them fired, etc. A good ironic example is the mob that formed to harass Candace Owens, a black woman, and call her “racist” as she was having breakfast in a cafe. But the clearest example is when trans people, who demand that people not label them as mentally ill, and indeed demand people use very specific labels for them, have no problem labeling their opponents “transphobic,” or literally mentally ill (with a phobia). They are the very definition of “hypocrisy.”

“Don’t judge a book by its cover”

The Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. echoed this principle when he said that his dream was for his children to be judged by the content of their character rather than the color of their skin. Now, that would be considered a racist micro-aggression because it does not “recognize difference.”
Of course what SJWs concerned with race do is implicitly racist. That is why they needed to redefine the term.

“Sticks and stones will break my bones but words will never hurt me.”

People who equate words with violence have been over-protected in their lives and have no idea what hurt really is. Would you rather be bullied by being called a name, or being sent to the hospital with broken bones? There is a massive difference between the two. Physical injury involves more psychic pain to recover from than words alone, plus you have the physical issues to recover from. This is a no-brainer. The SJWs are holdovers from a regressive honor culture. In our more advanced dignity culture, one is expected to be able to deal with a certain amount of verbal offense.

“Two wrongs do not make a right”

Serena Williams gave us a lesson in this logic a couple weeks ago: “But men do worse! Why can’t I get away with it?” With Judge Kavanaugh, the prospect that a woman was almost raped 36 years ago justifies the lynch mob. And how is any hate or discrimination in the opposite direction ever a cure for hate or discrimination?

If you have any other good examples, leave a comment.