Can the “cancel culture” be canceled? (MP3)
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Can the “cancel culture” be canceled? by Sandy Simpson
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“Cancel culture” is defined thusly,
Cancel culture (or call-out culture) is a modern form of ostracism in which someone is thrust out of social or professional circles - either online on social media, in the real world, or both. (Wikipedia)
Sorry, but there actually is no way to cancel the cancel culture. Well, there is one very important exception. The reason I say that is because the cancel culture is based on a worldview that is postmodern, existentialist, subjectivist, politically correct (PC), and socialist. We've seen this crop up recently in politics where we find out that people who have bought into this kind of mindset are not interested in actual dialogue because they are unable to argue their points. So rather than discuss objections, they want to silence or get rid of their opposition in any way possible. This is all because they delusionally believe that they are right and everyone else is wrong and they shouldn't have to have a dialogue about anything. If you try to talk to them you find out rather quickly that they apparently have lost the ability to employ common sense or logical processes and have given themselves over to emotionalism. They consider themselves to be free thinkers but in actuality, they are the most conformist generation we have seen in recent history.
Parallels can be drawn to the former Soviet Union and Nazi Germany where people had to carry the party line or else be put away somewhere where their voice could not be heard or even killed. All of this is because cancel culture adherents are either incapable of or are not interested in studying actual reality. They want to live in their delusional state and their fairytale Utopian ideas. I suspect this is why they are so adamantly against the use of the Bible because it completely conflicts with their new world order they want to create. It's impossible to talk to them and reason with them.
Proverbs 18:2 A fool does not delight in understanding, But in revealing his own mind.
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