The Party of the One Drop Rule now the Party of the $1 Rule the one meal rule & the one word rule

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The Party of the One Drop Rule now the Party of the $1 Rule the one meal rule & the one word rule

Nyder: We must keep the Kaled race pure. Imper­fects are rejected. Some of them sur­vive out there.
4th Doc­tor: That’s a very harsh pol­icy.
Harry Sul­li­van: It’s hor­ri­ble.
Nyder: Your views are not important.

Doc­tor Who Gen­e­sis of the Daleks 1975

If you are famil­iar with his­tory you might be aware of the “one Drop” prin­ci­ple mean­ing that if a per­son had a sin­gle drop of black or Indian blood they were con­sid­ered non­white (in Vir­ginia descen­dants of Poc­a­hon­tas were explic­itly exempt the “Poc­a­hon­tas Excep­tion” in the The Racial Integrity Act of 1924.)

Well it seems that all things that are old are new again, the party that brought us the one drop rule now returns with the one dol­lar rule, the one meal rule or the one word rule.

did you give a dol­lar to a GOP can­di­date or a cause not endorsed today by the left? Then you are a per­son to be boy­cotted no mat­ter how many dol­lars you have given to the left.

Did a GOP mem­ber come to eat at your restau­rant? Well you not only have to eject them but you have to fol­low them to the next restau­rant to con­firm your woke bona fides .

It’s not even enough to pub­licly make an issue of the faith of a Con­ser­v­a­tive mother of seven up for a judge­ship. If you aren’t woke enough then we don’t want you any­more.

And I’ll have you know that these rules are not just for the great and powerful:

When my call­outs were met with approval and admi­ra­tion, I was lav­ished with praise: “Thank you so much for speak­ing out!” “You’re so brave!” “We need more men like you!”

Then one day, sud­denly, I was accused of some of the very trans­gres­sions I’d called out in oth­ers. I was guilty, of course: There’s no such thing as due process in this world. And once judg­ment has been ren­dered against you, the mob starts comb­ing through your past, look­ing for sim­i­lar trans­gres­sions that might have been missed at the time. I was now told that I’d been cre­at­ing a toxic envi­ron­ment for years at my work­place; that I’d been mak­ing the space around me unsafe through microag­gres­sions and macroag­gres­sions alike.

Social jus­tice is a sur­veil­lance cul­ture, a snitch cul­ture. The con­stant vig­i­lance on the part of my col­leagues and friends did me in. That’s why I’m deliv­er­ing sushi and pizza.

As opposed to the old job:

I once had a well paid job in what might be described as the social jus­tice indus­try. Then I upset the wrong per­son, and within a short win­dow of time, I was con­sid­ered too toxic for my employer’s taste. I was pub­licly shamed, mobbed, and reduced to a sym­bol of male priv­i­lege. I was cast out of my career and my pro­fes­sional community.

Plus these aren’t just unof­fi­cial rules, they are becom­ing offi­cial in places

Using the wrong pro­noun could turn into a fir­ing offense at the Uni­ver­sity of Minnesota.

The U is con­sid­er­ing a new “gen­der iden­tity” pol­icy that would assure trans­gen­der men and women, as well as oth­ers, the right to use what­ever pro­noun they wish on cam­pus — whether it’s he, she, “ze” or some­thing else.

And every­one from pro­fes­sors to class­mates would be expected to call them by the right words or risk poten­tial dis­ci­pli­nary action, up to fir­ing or expulsion.

These kind of rules

In fact say one nice word about a con­ser­v­a­tive and you have to back­track quickly.

This is where we are, and ask your­self this.

If this is how the left acts out of power, where the tini­est ges­ture of civ­i­lized behav­ior toward those who you dis­agree with is an act to be avenged, what do you think these peo­ple will do if they have power in government?

Nyder: We must keep the Kaled race pure. Imperfects are rejected. Some of them survive out there.
4th Doctor: That’s a very harsh policy.
Harry Sullivan: It’s horrible.
Nyder: Your views are not important.

Doctor Who Genesis of the Daleks 1975

If you are familiar with history you might be aware of the “one Drop” principle meaning that if a person had a single drop of black or Indian blood they were considered nonwhite (in Virginia descendants of Pocahontas were explicitly exempt the “Pocahontas Exception” in the The Racial Integrity Act of 1924.)

Well it seems that all things that are old are new again, the party that brought us the one drop rule now returns with the one dollar rule, the one meal rule or the one word rule.

did you give a dollar to a GOP candidate or a cause not endorsed today by the left? Then you are a person to be boycotted no matter how many dollars you have given to the left.

Did a GOP member come to eat at your restaurant? Well you not only have to eject them but you have to follow them to the next restaurant to confirm your woke bona fides .

It’s not even enough to publicly make an issue of the faith of a Conservative mother of seven up for a judgeship. If you aren’t woke enough then we don’t want you anymore.

And I’ll have you know that these rules are not just for the great and powerful:

When my callouts were met with approval and admiration, I was lavished with praise: “Thank you so much for speaking out!” “You’re so brave!” “We need more men like you!”

Then one day, suddenly, I was accused of some of the very transgressions I’d called out in others. I was guilty, of course: There’s no such thing as due process in this world. And once judgment has been rendered against you, the mob starts combing through your past, looking for similar transgressions that might have been missed at the time. I was now told that I’d been creating a toxic environment for years at my workplace; that I’d been making the space around me unsafe through microaggressions and macroaggressions alike.

Social justice is a surveillance culture, a snitch culture. The constant vigilance on the part of my colleagues and friends did me in. That’s why I’m delivering sushi and pizza.

As opposed to the old job:

I once had a well paid job in what might be described as the social justice industry. Then I upset the wrong person, and within a short window of time, I was considered too toxic for my employer’s taste. I was publicly shamed, mobbed, and reduced to a symbol of male privilege. I was cast out of my career and my professional community.

Plus these aren’t just unofficial rules, they are becoming official in places

Using the wrong pronoun could turn into a firing offense at the University of Minnesota.

The U is considering a new “gender identity” policy that would assure transgender men and women, as well as others, the right to use whatever pronoun they wish on campus — whether it’s he, she, “ze” or something else.

And everyone from professors to classmates would be expected to call them by the right words or risk potential disciplinary action, up to firing or expulsion.

These kind of rules

In fact say one nice word about a conservative and you have to backtrack quickly.

This is where we are, and ask yourself this.

If this is how the left acts out of power, where the tiniest gesture of civilized behavior toward those who you disagree with is an act to be avenged, what do you think these people will do if they have power in government?