On Leaving the SJW Cult and Finding Myself
Keri Smith

I just found your interview with Jamie Glazov. He mentioned your article in the introduction and I wanted to read it before watching so I could get a proper idea of where you are coming from.

The word “courage” gets tossed around far too easily these days. But I think it is appropriate here. Losing friends/family, job, even threat of physical danger — all of these are legitimate fears when it comes to leaving any cult. I think you are correct in calling the SJW left a cult. They behave like one.

I applaud you for taking this first step. I look forward to watching your interview. I have watched Jamie for a long time. I don’t know him personally, but I have never seen him be anything but gracious. All I can say is continue to watch and read his work, and others like him. Look up the things they say. Look at their demeanor, the way they talk to people, the things they say. And then decide for yourself.

This is a freedom the left does not allow to anyone, not even their own. Of all the differences between Left and Right, I think that’s the biggest, most foundational one.

Welcome to freedom. I hope you enjoy your stay.

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