This book covers the weaponization of oppression by the left. Sadly the youth have indebted themselves with huge debt for an education in victimization. Soave writes about intersectionality in how insane it is. Here is my attempt to explain it. Apparently, if a white male that is gay is supporting a gay cause, he is not allowed because he is missing a oppression component. Apparently a person in a wheelchair cannot be called "wheelchair-bound" and not only, can you not call him/her that but you cannot even ask them what they would like to be called. It is truly the most insane attack on the first amendment.
Soave correctly calls out the ACLU on not sending up for free speech and that it has become an intersectionalist organization. Intersectionism will not last though because its goal is to continue to thin the "allowed" speech and in doing so alienating even supporters of the foundational issue. They will alienate or should I say "undocument" (sarcasm) everyone that does not meet the intersection dé jour.
Additionally, their own rhetoric works against them. If I say something about anti-black racism and they say I cannot because I am not black, well how about if I identify is a black person? Are there only some people that can "identify" and have it respected? Ironically, Black Conservatives are not allowed to use their "oppression" in any kind of statement. As a matter of fact, they are attacked viciously at times.
These people are not prepared for society in my opinion. Our enemies are laughing at us at how we are imploding from within. To think that these babies are our future is truly scary. It seems the more outlandish and cruel comments about people who disagree, the better you are in their eyes.
If there is any positive side of this book, is that these idiots are going to eat their own.
It was truly a great book. It is scary and sad, but very informative.
Hardcover: 336 pages
Publisher: All Points Books (June 18, 2019)