SJWs can be left and right wing.

There are times where you can like and admire a political or even non-political figure and not always agree on absolutely everything they say but it seems like a lot of the followers blindly follow 100% of what they say without any independent thought.

Milo Yianopoulos said that the left politics are based on emotion and not logic and yes that can be definitely true but a lot of the followers seem like once you bother to make a counter argument they get triggered like the ordinary SJWs but in a non-pc way where they shout insults without having a civilised argument. They also make points/posts based to spark emotion to agree with them and not logic which is what the left usually do. Using emotion to make a point instead of logic is not very mature in my opinion.

What I like about the right and Milo is that they can sit and use logic and counter an argument while the left go mad and shout insults because they were triggered but some of the right can do the same because some and I’ll emphasise ‘some’ are what I call right wing politically correct.

If you argue against something that Milo said, you just get insults from some of his supporters back without a counter-argument of what you said. I do not think Milo would be that way though, just his followers. Seems like there can be a lot of irony in this whole SJW debate.

I blame the regressive left for this because of their ridiculousness, people have to hate everything they say to the point where it leaves no room for moderation in an argument. For example if you don’t agree police officers should shoot the unarmed and those without a deadly weapon, you are instantly hated upon and be made to support the ridiculous black lives matter movement, when in fact you don’t.

I’ve seen videos where police officers have shot unarmed mentally unstable people and I thought to myself they didn’t use reasonable force partly because there isn’t enough training on physical restrain and partly because there aren’t enough officers on the scene. I compare that to how effective the police is here with unarmed individuals.

I have those opinions but they seem to trigger the very people that I probably share the same opinions on SJW and triggered culture. No need to get triggered and start insulting me because I don’t have the same opinions as you. I would just rather have you telling me why you disagree with me and so on. But they are entitled to their insults and I endorse free speech even if it includes (drink bleach).

SJWs can be both left and right wing because authoritarianism can exist on both sides.


Excessive Use Of “Emojis” Is Exasperating…..JUST STOP IT!

I’m not talking about the occasional use of a smiley face or a sad face when something shit happens of a mundane nature. We’re talking about the pathological use of over the top and irrelevant emojis when making a post on social media.

Usually if you’re browsing through your phone and see something funny, you probably won’t start laughing out loud. If you’re around others and you’re presented with a humorous moment, you’ll probably laugh then but it would be highly unlikely that tears would come out your eyes. Unless you severely lack emotional intelligence, you would know that ‘crying out of laughter’ moments don’t come very often. So why do the average emoji users use this cancerous emoji bellow every single time they find something slightly humorous.

emoji laughing

It’s so bad that because there isn’t a more emotionally appropriate emoji, I’m guilty of using it too. I’m ashamed.

I have been thinking at why emojis irritate me so much and I have come up with two valid reasons.

1. Emojis Repress the English Language 

There used to be a time where people had to express their emotions through words. People never drew how they felt on letters. They expressed it though nouns, adjectives and verbs. People would learn to use a more elaborate vocabulary to express their thoughts and feelings.

Emojis are repressing the young generation from learning to express their thoughts and feelings accurately through words which can have a devastating effect on them. If they are unhappy and the only way that they can express that is through the word ‘sad’ and the use of an emoji, that is absolutely tragic.

I urge people to use words instead of emojis to show how they feel like I did above when I said I’m ashamed for using the ‘tears of joy’ emoji. I could have used a sad face but I have the right vocabulary to not only describe how I feel but why I feel that way through the use of a single word instead of a single stupid image.

2. Unnecessary and Excessive Use Of Emojis Contribute To Insincerity and Emotional Instability.

Because of ‘fitting in’ everyone is using emojis. When I see them I am 100% certain that the person using them is not anywhere near pulling any of those facial expressions. If you see someone post a crying face, that user is definitely not crying, they are using a crying face to sympathise or pity with who ever they are communicating with. Their facial expression is straight…I know this. How disingenuous? Why would you want to indicate that your crying over something when you’re not. Emojis are an insincere way of expressing your feelings.

The other issue is that the most used emojis only portray extreme emotions.

If you’re not going to starbucks, a crying emoji would be imminent. Not going to starbucks is obviously something to cry over.

If a video shows a cat poking something, an emoji of a crying laughing face is a certainty because something shallow apparently is the funniest moment of your life you have experienced.

If someone reacted to real life events the same way people react to events on social media through emojis, that person would have the emotional intelligence of a toddler.


I only use emojis that portray realistic and down to earth emotional expressions, such as a smiley face. However, I avoid using them because I have a good enough vocabulary to express how I feel in a significant and sophisticated manner. I urge you to cut down on your use of emojis……don’t let that cancer grow.