Social Justice Ableism

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Cassandra, earlier you said:
You appear to believe that adopting a viciously polite tone will convince onlookers that you are a calm and reasonable person who is being unfairly attacked.
Which implies that a viciously polite tone had been adopted. You then state:
(The idea that it’s impossible to be viciously polite is particularly amusing to those of us from cultures that excel at it, such as the UK and Japan.)
Which suggests that being viciously polite is a bad thing. You then contradict these two statements with the following:
I didn’t say that your attempt to adopt a viciously polite tone had been successful.
Any way you cut it, your “linguistic abilities” are not as superior as you believe. This and the following statement also imply that you have no issues with lying and misleading when it suits your own needs:
So you’re fine with the fact that no white MRAs care about black men? Good to know.
I have never suggested that and you know it. David, however, takes no issue with this and has been silent regarding the albeist suggestion that I needed a “nurse” to help me with my daily life or had issues getting dressed. I suppose there is some wisdom to the adage that you catch more flies with honey than with vinegar. I find it fairly indisputable that social justice “activists” here care more about verbally assaulting people than doing any good.

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