There is no such thing as social injustice. Physical force — nothing else — can violate rights. Physical force — nothing else — enables one man to take the life, liberty, property of another man; to enslave him, to rob him, to stymie him; to compel him to act against his better judgment.
Social injustice is a meaningless term invented by social justice warriors to create a moral sanction to seize the production and wealth of the competent and productive for the effortless and unproductive enjoyment of the incompetent.
Social injustice is vile opportunism masquerading as piety. It is not social injustice that must be eradicated, but its very notion that must be exterminated, if we are to repair the wholesale ghettoization of America that’s been underway for the last fifty years, and accelerated over the last eight.
That’s the fraudulent choice on offer–between Progressive Socialism and trumped up “Fascism.” Rule by the poor vs. rule by the rich—two sides of the same Statist coin. Here’s a thought: how about no ruling class at all? There’s a name for that: Capitalism. It’s the enemy of all Leftists in history. Which makes it your best friend. A very benevolent friend that has alone liberated as much of humanity as all the socialists together have enslaved. That’s a friend worth fighting for.
There’s no such thing as group rights. There are no white rights, no black rights, no men’s rights, no women’s rights, no labor rights, no consumer rights, no environmental rights, no straight rights, no gay rights, no rich rights, no poor rights. There are only individual rights. Hillary Clinton, Al Sharpton, Black Lives Matter, Missouri College Concerned Students, and all the other false philanthropists who champion group rights are self-righteous grievance hustlers and morality pan handlers looking to turn your better nature into an instrument of self-destruction, cracking the whip of conscience upon your back to extract concessions for ginned up sins. They deserve what they’ve earned–your contempt. Nothing more. And nothing less. Take it from historical authority:
Thank you for understanding what the free market does not: that I am living, that I like wages, and that I am therefore entitled to a Living Wage. But in the end, if not the beginning, we’re all pretty much the same–you said it yourself. And like the next guy, I wanna live large baby! I am, therefore, entitled to a Living Large Wage.
And who better than you to decide which of my neighbors must pay me my Living Large Wage? After all, it’s your seven years of eloquence–and nothing else–that sets the new standard against which those of us committed to the cause of achieving the unearned measure our success at failure: the more we hear, the less we strive.
And who too better than you understands that to liberate fairness and equality from the tyranny of able men, then they must be made to not only pay their share, but share their pay. Speaking of getting paid, you’ll deliver my wiring instructions to the top one percent. And once that well’s run dry (because you know it always does), the top ten percent. And the middle class after that. And anyone else, for that matter, who stands between me and getting mine.
For my part, in the spirit of shared sacrifice and prosperity, I’ll accept their apology, and a lump sum payment for all those years of toil and trouble on the government dole that they denied my right to get paid large for living large.
Your biggest fan, greatest dependent, and most useful idiot.
Oh, and Obama? You’re the best.
P.S. F America!