DAILYKENN.com -- Fake sexism, like fake racism, is commonly used to control our words and, subsequently, our thoughts.
Case in point?
Maj. Gen. Ryan Gonsalves allegedly referred to a low-level congressional staff member by the pejorative (gasp!), "sweetheart."
Solution? What cultural Marxism doesn't want you to say, say it. What they don't want you to read, read it. What they don't want you to hear, hear it.
Refuse to be shamed into compliance with herd thought reform.
What's more, you should make it a practice to refer to every female as "sweetheart" for two reasons: First, it will infuriate fake feminists and, second, real women will find it complimentary. You can't lose.
Because we are being forced to purge our vocabularies of words the far-left deems offensive, I've decided to create a short list of words that are truly offensive.
Words that I find demeaning include: "racist," "homophobe," "xenophobe," and "Hillary." Anyone who dares utter these words should be denied promotions and, if they persist, dismissed from their jobs due their bigotry, hatred, and intolerance; which, by the way, are three additional terms I find appalling (except when I use them).
I gets worse.
There are some words that we must say. For example: If a man wishes to adopt a female pronoun, you must use that fake pronoun.
Again, it's speech control; a vital component of mind control.
From Stars and Stripes ▼
Maj. Gen. Ryan Gonsalves’ nomination for a third star has been pulled in the wake of an Army Inspector General’s probe that found he disrespected a female congressional staffer when he called her “sweetheart.”
A report of the investigation into the incident was provided Friday to Stars and Stripes and determined the “preponderance of the evidence” indicated Gonsalves referred to the staffer as "sweetheart" during an October 2016 meeting.
As a result, Gonsalves violated Army Command Policy, which requires treating others with “dignity and respect,” the investigation concluded. The IG recommend the report be referred to the Judge Advocate General for “appropriate action.”
So far, the Army declined to detail what the future holds for Gonsalves, who led the 4th Infantry Division until August but is now serving as a special assistant to the commanding general, III Corps at Fort Hood, Texas.
In July, Gonsalves was nominated for a third star, but his nomination was formally withdrawn Nov. 27.
An anonymous complaint against Gonsalves was made to the IG on July 20, days after Gonsalves’ nomination and one week after Stars and Stripes reported he was in contention to serve as the next commander of U.S. Army Europe.
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