As I reflected on the things that frustrate me in Australian politics and the “Culture Wars”, I made two resolutions: 1) believe they are sincere, and 2) be sincere.
Equity is a newfangled bastardisation of the idea of ‘equality’. It shifts the focus from recognising equality that already exists, to trying to create equality where it doesn’t. That’s a problem because its, ah, communism.
Remember that kid who had a tantrum whenever he couldn’t have the same things that the other kids got? Of course you do, you were that kid. Well, inclusion means telling that kid he’s right, instead of telling him to grow up.
Diversity is increasingly treated as a ‘value’ in the corporate world, despite little evidence of its benefits. Yet if you dig deeper, this movement is not really about valuing diversity, but destroying it.
Will the religious discrimination bill be effective at curbing the emerging practice of ideological purging? I’ve got a few reasons for thinking… probably not.
What insights can we gain through thinking about the race hoax perpetrated by Jussie Smollett? Our society is being poisoned by a view of racism that is self-perpetuating and provides no solutions. Welcome to the post-post-racial world.