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How SJWs created Donald Trump

How SJWs created Donald Trump

(5:50) When social justice is taken to the extreme, intolerance becomes disguised as tolerance. Gray Winsler takes a shot at political correctness. YT channel

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"...internalization describes the psychological outcome of a conscious mind reasoning about a specific subject; the subject is internalized, and the consideration of the subject is internal"

If you internalise a concept you treat it as part of yourself when it isn't actually part of you. For example, getting upset when your political ideology is criticised. If you consider the political ideology part of you, criticising it will be treated as if you are being criticised when you are not.

The marketing methods that evolved over the last 80ish years have encouraged internalization of products, concepts, beliefs and political positions - Edward Bernays LINK concept of apealing to subconsciece fears and desires.

This has occurred simultaneously with the centralization of media companies narrowing the range of opinions, narratives etc. that propagate widely.

By not separating beliefs from concept of self (internalization) and essentially having a narrow range of beliefs to choose from, the system of free market propaganda has made people overly sensitive to criticism to the extent that many now think they have the right to police language and ideas they don't like.

The way to counter this problem, aside from correcting media centralization, is to recognise the difference between emotional tolerance, emotional suppression and emotional manipulation.

And to understand that emotional dysregulation affects perception of reality which collectively affects group propaganda/dogma.

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Internalization LINK

"...internalization describes the psychological outcome of a conscious mind reasoning about a specific subject; the subject is internalized, and the consideration of the subject is internal"

If you internalise a concept you treat it as part of yourself when it isn't actually part of you. For example, getting upset when your political ideology is criticised. If you consider the political ideology part of you, criticising it will be treated as if you are being criticised when you are not.

The marketing methods that evolved over the last 80ish years have encouraged internalization of products, concepts, beliefs and political positions - Edward Bernays LINK concept of apealing to subconsciece fears and desires.

This has occurred simultaneously with the centralization of media companies narrowing the range of opinions, narratives etc. that propagate widely.

By not separating beliefs from concept of self (internalization) and essentially having a narrow range of beliefs to choose from, the system of free market propaganda has made people overly sensitive to criticism to the extent that many now think they have the right to police language and ideas they don't like.

The way to counter this problem, aside from correcting media centralization, is to recognise the difference between emotional tolerance, emotional suppression and emotional manipulation.

And to understand that emotional dysregulation affects perception of reality which collectively affects group propaganda/dogma.

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