In the third and final podcast on Political Correctness, we explore how Political Correctness serves as a method of manufacturing consent by complete eradication of language. The historical example used are German sustainable development policies in the light of immigrant crisis.
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Political Correctness as a case of extreme nominalism is, at the same time, in need of extreme legalism. In a word, it is intended to get legalized and enforced. In this podcast we examine one extreme piece of legislative conceived to perform precisely this.
Kali Tribune presents the first in the series of podcasts on the vague subject of Political Correctness. In this episode, yours truly defines PC as a moralist offshoot of metaphysical doctrine of nominalism and points out that it is more intrinsic to postmodern worldview than most people think, and that there's really nothing funny about it. Moreover, the conclusion is that it's implications are bound to bear deadly consequences in the future.
The media are drowning the public in a flood of images depicting certain drowned boy. Kali Tribune’s Department of Iconoclastic Theory and Practice will provide you with just enough rope to catch some breath and say no to unsafe moral practices by which you can contract a shamefull veneration disease.
So that’s 21th century, and it only just begun. The century of apologizes and shame, deprived of conscience; century of the religion of Political Correctness, the deification of Asshole as such; century as the summit of freedom from being judged and the freedom of passing judgments on him who dares being judgmental, therefore endowed with discerning reason. The century of anal and oral freedoms and duties; bent-over century; aborted century; century like bad argument for tedious discussion.
As the centuries go, not much of a century.
In the turbulent age of Kali Yuga it is so very hard to find one's bearing. Kali Tribune, bearing this lack of bearing in mind, embarked on the project of preparing a little phrasebook of democracy to aid it's readers in understanding both this age and their respective places in the midst of it. The phrasebook is a work in progress, so participation from readers is welcome. Comrades, the history is watching! Let us not disappoint.