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Weaponizing Victimhood for Fun & Profit
The California recall election took place this past week, and somehow Gavin Newsom has survived to serve the remaining year or so of his term. Allan Stevo reports that change is coming to California, nevertheless. When public officials begin hiding from their constituencies, they’re definitely reaching the end of their legitimacy.
How can a sense of victimhood be used to radicalize a populace into embracing genocidal policies? Dr. Jordan Petersen explains how those who frame themselves as victims use their status as justification for rejecting right and wrong.
Why would people choose to identify as a victim? Jeff Minnick explains that, for many, the siren song of victimhood is irresistible because it relieves them of any personal responsibility for changing their circumstances. He suggests throwing our victimhood in the trash.
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