Karen Parkin was the only female executive on the board of sports wear company Adidas. The British national had a career of 20 years at the company touching Sales, Business Development and Supply Chain Management. That’s all gone now. Her last field of responsibility was Human Resources and as such she failed to acknowledge the need for affirmative action and anti-racism hysteria at Adidas.
She should soon be corrected. After being called out by Product Manager Aaron Ture, famous for something, maybe, or not, she made a Stalinesque apology. She ‘stood 100% against racism’ and ‘worked to create a more equitable environment,’ she said. Anyway, she “acknowledged”, as the New York Times and other activist papers emphasize, that she had become a burden. In her own words it was ‘the focus on me.’ Her name is Karen Parkin, just in case you missed the focus.
Anyway the company announced a slew of policy changes to pander to the left.
In the sixth episode I explore the weakling side of SJW narcissism. As Kübra Gümüsay presents us with the horror of G-rated nipple free quasi-“nudes” on Twitter, I wonder whether helicopter moms or child neglect in über-large famiiies yield the same result: people who skipped negative feedback for too long. This comes with an overall decline of our culture which drives the return of a long-forgotten, dangerous concept: the Cardinal sins.
In my second episode of my series on Kübra Gümüşay, the activist who does not want to be your cleaner, I discuss the delusions and aspirations that set social justice warriors on a wrong path in life and the inability of a turn-around. Kübra Gümüşay does not remain a victim forever, though. She rather becomes a spearhead for the forces that misled her in the first place. Her weepy antagonisation could stir the manly, protective sentiments, particularly those of male Muslims, and risk to conjure conflicts in the long run.
In my ✨favorite✨ newspaper ZEIT I found a book review that intrigued me. It was titled, “Never Again An Intellectual Cleaner.” So I decided to use this peek hole to discuss the social justice warrior subculture, its thinking and strategies in more detail. The article also linked up a video that showed Ms Gümüşay giving a speech at the “progressive” convention re:publica. The speech itself was so bizarr that I did not just translate excerpts – like I originally intended – but the whole thing which I will share with you in this video series. This first episode is a brief introduction in the review, the convention and the activist.
The door was wide open. US military efforts to welcome transsexuals have materialised in bathroom designs for upcoming battleships and in classes to teach female soldiers how to accommodate not so female mates in their shower rooms.
Now, that was all in vain because the President decided that the transgender issue may become too expensive. While everybody in the queer community gets worked up, there is one thing they are unlikely to consider: It gets too expensive.
This is how backlash looks like: Urinals save time and space, lawsuits about correct pronouns may drain millions, military medical services would include sex change surgeries and there are likely to be more issues.
I hear you. Why do transsexuals have to suffer from weirdo lawsuit freaks, people who don’t save up for their transitioning on their own and those who are quizzed by public toilets? Well, because!
The queer social justice warriors have become an industry, if not a racket, and the US military is the only part of the US government both parties treat with socialist policies. Transsexuals are not to blame. Their representatives in the public, however, are. So is Washington’s military-industrial complex which oversees the ballooning costs in a variety of treats for the servicemen, including healthcare.
What is backlash? Backlash is when even transsexuals don’t know anymore how to call themselves in order not to be sued by a weirdo. Backlash is when public policies around a minority become taxing for everybody.