How to Deal with Politically Correct Weirdos, Sickos and Perverts.
Often, a stereotypical “Politically Correct” weirdo can appear as self-righteous and judgmental, though usually in a very subtle way. These types of people do not like to be put in their places. It takes a strong but humble individual armed with knowledge to complete such a task. Keep in mind that this, like any description of a stereotype, is a generalization of a particular group of people and is not to be taken as the absolute truth for all people supporting Political Correctness, but it is generally accepted that the majority are weirdos and antisocial as is Political Correctness itself.
1.) So what does “Politically Correct” mean? It’s a term that is left wide open for generalization, leaving each person with their own self minded definition. Say what you mean. Do you want the freedom to condemn things you don’t like or understand? So be specific. Don’t use catch phrases that truly aren’t showing a self righteous person how to behave. If it’s morally right, then it’s right, no matter what political flavor.
2.) If you are confronted by a Politically Correct sicko, first consider what truth there may be in their statements. Such a person is most likely to leave you alone if you show awareness of the issue that concerns them. Also, you may learn something interesting that changes your view of the issue. If that happens, thank the Politically Correct person, call it consciousness raising and make it clear that what convinced you was reality based rather than that they just shouted slogans at you.
It does not mean you have to be convinced on everything they believe in if you come to agree with one thing the PC person explained.
3.) If the Politically Correct ideas are incorrect in your view, you can attempt to return their snap judgments back on them by using logic. Many “Politically Correct” ideals are based on a one-dimensional view of life. Debating the issues directly while avoiding ad hominem arguments (personal attacks) and basing your points on reasonable exceptions to their ideas may help the Politically Correct individual understand there’s more to the issue than the obvious. Not flaming and insulting your opponent can help keep these discussions more amicable.
4.) Politically Correct weirdos and sickos may be attempting to impose the entire agenda of their personal convictions on other people. Be blunt in reminding them that there are other valid ways of looking at issues, and that the Politically Correct way may not be the best way.
5.) Politically Correct weirdos and sickos are often activists. It is important that you hold them accountable for their maverick ideas in public forums, such as meetings, conferences or rallies, and to offer other ideas for group consideration.
6.) Never back down in the face of a politically correct weirdo’s name calling or accusations of racism or fascism, always turn it back on the P.C weirdo by bringing to attention their obvious racism and fascism for bringing up race in the first place and their own evil fascism and racism for trying to force their own point of view by using race to do that.
Then if possible, report their fascism and racism to appropriate authority and let others know.
Make sure you don’t vote for someone with watered down perspectives. Vote for someone who does have a legitimate view and is able to back it up with a plan of action.
Don’t mix political correctness up with legitimate concerns on an issue. Just because a politician believes in an issue that may sound politically correct, doesn’t mean they are not broad minded. Do some homework and see if they really are committed. They understand the issue and have a plan.
Politically Correct sickos will often reject the slightest deviation from their understanding of their platform. To learn more about the issues, seek out people who share their views in a less knee-jerk way and think about them. You don’t need to be harassed for everything you eat, drink, wear, think and believe.
It’s common for people to hold different ideas on social justice issues and economic issues.
If you unfortunately have a Politically Correct twisted sicko in your family or among your closest friends or unavoidably part of your workplace, it can help to keep steering the conversation back to issues you share and firmly hold “agree to disagree” boundaries with those issues they have that you don’t.
Political Correctness is always a weakness in politicians and can be viewed as a warped twisted sickness in an individual. Always vote for someone with broader perspectives.
Most people’s opinions are a combination of some liberal ideas and some conservative ideas.
Always remember, politically correct weirdos are never right in any sense or term.
Political correctness is a sick twisted form of brainwashing to try to make you conform by using race to shame and condemn normal decent people into accepting the evil ideology of Cultural Marxism.
That in itself makes it highly immoral, intimidating, manipulating, aggressive and in many people’s judgement – a crime against humanity.