posted on Dec, 26 2019 @ 02:09 AM
People like Jameela Jamil are the epitome of Generation Mob. Her livelihood is dependent on ensuring all the virtue signals are transmitted at regular
intervals and error-free.
The whole saga surrounding the otherwise innocuous comments made by J.K. Rowling is the perfect example of the capriciousness and mindlessness of
Generation Mob. How easy it is to stir them to moralistic outrage over the smallest of ideological infractions. This is treated as political
sophistication amongst famed and moneyed elites and enabled by sycophantic adjutants on social media through ostracizing, doxxing, and offline mob
harassment tactics including staged protests at homes, harassment of employers, and threats to families.
This behavior works well with low information individuals and moralistic reactionaries. While we do see this sort of outrage on the right, the left
tends to take it to viral levels. They may not be good at making memes for the sake of humor, but they are good at spreading what
meant when the concept of memetics was then conceptualized by him
as "mind viruses". They are uniquely able to inculcate memetic information into their political base at an incredible rate and it regularly results in
actions or behavioral changes.
Sometimes the "mind virus" is rejected by people like Kathy Zhu, J.K. Rowling, Jordan Peterson, and Bret Weinstein, all of whom refused to apologize
for their sensical positions & fought the infection. We should be thankful they did so because now there is little risk in it.
It doesn't matter that Rowling was am insufferable woke princess. What matters is the lesson we learn from the fiasco. That lesson is that Generation
Mob doesn't care about your effort to prove you're innocent. Look at what they do to their own.