“Social justice.” It sounds like a nice concept. It sounds like a concept where one strives for equality and a firmer commitment to the advancement of fair treatment under the law and by society.
Unfortunately, the reality behind the left’s cause is radically different. The premise has been perverted to incorporate anything that inverts racism or prejudice or eradicates traditional norms.
Under the guise of “social justice,” black supremacy is promoted as a means of achieving this “justice and blacks are encouraged to engage in such discriminatory practices as segregation of whites.
Under the guise of “social justice,” Christians are persecuted as a means of effecting a “separation of church and state” while liberals encourage continual bowing to Islamic sensibilities.
Under this obnoxious pretense of “social justice,” society is expected to celebrate the delusions of people like Bruce Jenner as “heroic” while true heroes go unrecognized.
And, evidently, in the pursuit of “social justice,” those who are endangered by the continued threat of refugees flooding into Europe from the Middle East are obliged to tolerate and celebrate these invaders and, shockingly, even obliged to apologize for being raped by these Islamic refugees.
According to Selin Gören, a member of the “Linksjugend Solid,” a far-left German youth group, she was raped by an Islamic refugee in her home country of Germany- a tragedy that has become far-too common.
Though she reported the assault, Gören took to Facebook to share her ordeal and apologize to her attacker for any racism that he might have encountered.
In her post, Gören professed outrage over the treatment she presumes the refugee endured and apologized. The post is at the bottom of the page.
While the left crusades against a fictitious war on women, finding “microaggressions” and finding super-secret coded misogyny in virtually every public interaction, this same leftist mindset throughout Western culture seeks to institute a pathological and insane defense of Islamic culture and the barbaric, heinous and overall backwards cultural norms that emanate from the Middle East.
This level of social awareness is not an attribute; at this point, it is practically a mental disease where one’s perverse sense of social justice has completely eradicated the brain’s capacity for rational thought.
Her full Facebook post, translated, reads:
Dear male refugee,
presumably of my age. Perhaps a few years younger. A bit older.
I am so incredibly sorry!
Almost a year ago I saw the hell, which you escaped from.
I wasn’t directly in the center, but I visited the people in the refugee center in southern Kurdistan. I saw old grandmothers, who had to take care of too many orphaned children.
I saw the eyes of those kids, a few didn’t lose their light.
I also saw others, whose gaze was empty and traumatizing.
I was shown arabic writing in a math class of 20 Yazidi children and still remember how a little girl cried, only because a chair fell over.
I saw a bit of the hell, that you escaped from.
I didn’t see, what happened before that and didn’t have to live through your exhausting escape.
I am happy and glad that you made it here. That you left the IS and the war behind you and didn’t drown in the Mediterranean.
But I fear, you aren’t safe here.
Burning refugee homes, physical attacks on refugees and a brown [Referring to brown-shirts] mob that moves through the streets.
I always fought against it.
I wanted an open Europe, a friendly one. One that I can gladly live in and one in which we are both safe in. I am sorry. For us both I am so incredibly sorry.
You, you aren’t safe here, because we live in a racist society.
I, I am not safe here, because we live in a sexist society.
But what truly makes me feel sorry, are the circumstances by which the sexist and boundary crossing acts that were inflicted on me, make it so that you [the refugee] are beset by increasing and more aggressive racism.
I promise you, I will scream. I will not allow it, that this continues happening. I will not stand by idly and watch as racists and concerned citizens call you a problem.
You are not the problem. You are not a problem at all.
You most often are a wonderful human being, who deserves to be free and safe like everyone else.
Thank you that you exist, and glad to have you here.