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Someone would have to give me first a coherent definition of what Social Justice itself is that isn’t just a modern spin on broad daylight kangaroo courts and witch burnings at the town square. Most of what I see in so called social justice movements and activism today is either the doing of that or the complaining and whining that there is no one to judge or burn and how someone, anyone really must be found to make all the activism worth it. Actual help for people who need it is not in their sights at all.

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