The Wellington Middle Class Woke are now cancelling their own Mayor for meeting with the protestors…
Some Wellington City councillors have sharply criticised mayor Andy Foster for meeting with occupation influencers as “extremely dangerous” and an “embarrassment” to the capital.
…and hilariously they want to cancel Human Rights Commission for doing the same…
…A working class revolution came to Wellington and it was the middle class marxists who were revolted!
The Middle Class Marxists want a revolution that knows its pronouns! It doesn’t want the smelly lumpenproletariat spoiling the aesthetics of their dinner party activism!
The Woke must paint out any disagreement as persecution and the winner of Woke Olympics is the one who can be the most offended by the worst monster.
The woke’s argument is, “Nazi! I win!”
How can you negotiate with Nazi monsters?
This is the terrible blind spot in woke culture. If you exist to cancel the other, how can you walk that back intellectually when you actually have to engage?
The Woke Left have to paint these protestors out to be Nazi monsters to justify extreme State force in their removal, negotiating with those Nazi monsters would be worse than bashing them off Parliament’s lawns.
There are no adults left to de-escalate this, the woke have too much social capital and likes on Twitter at stake to do anything other than denounce Nazi monsters and claim anyone not denouncing the protestors as Nazi monsters are themselves Nazi monsters.
The modern left are middle class, they have benefitted from work from home because they have nice homes. The perverse outcome of Government Covid support has made the rich far far far richer while those on Parliament’s lawns have suffered.
The way many middle class NZ twitter cry out for military intervention in this protest is extraordinary and I don’t think they appreciate how this will stain them or the wider Left forever.
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