PC (Political correctness) " tolerance" is intolerant.
PC demands tolerance towards all "minorities" but is inherently intolerant towards the majority.
The limits between socially acceptable and legally allowed freedom of speech are unclear. S/he whose expression of opinion treads into these realms, need not fear legal sanctions but can count on social sanctions.
This includes everything from moral condemnation and social ostracism to libel, personal defamation, ridicule of his person, slander and bullying. Because of the perceived breaking of taboos, which consist of speech outside the social consensus, many critics and especially their followers perceive no need to seriously deal with the contents of the criticized statement or to even make an effort to mentally absorb and understand the content [of this taboo speech].
Thus, tolerance turns into intolerance: […] who deems marriage a matter between a man and a woman is blamed for discrimination and homophobia. Who sets forth the Catholic position on homosexuality, is marginalized in talk shows. 23 The calls for tolerance thus easily turn into intolerance towards those [dissenters] who indeed tolerate PC opinion, but do not consider such it as morally equal.
From: Der neue Tugendterror: Über die Grenzen der Meinungsfreiheit in Deutschland (German Edition) location 401
PC police terror is intolerant even towards those dissenters who are tolerant of PC creeds.
Selling millions of book copies is living proof, that Thilo Sarrazin‘s freedom of expression is not repressed.1 Deceptively false PC (politically correct} logic ignores that Thilo Sarrazin got removed from his German Central Bank job, Sarrazin’s house gets paint-bombed, Sarrazin’s events disturbed with whistles, tomatoes and stinking feces. Thilo Sarrazin should be punished, the United Nations demanded of the German Government.
From: The new terror of virtue: the limits of free opinion in Germany (Thilo Sarrazin book preview) | Human-Stupidity.com
Truth is taboo, when labeled racist
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