Everyone’s a Taker: The Perfect Victims of Inclusivity Bias in 2024

In the year 2024, the world has become a frustrating and rage-inducing place. Our fearless leader woke up angry, and for good reason. This is not the world we once knew. It’s a world where everyone is a taker, constantly playing victim and justifying their selfish actions. This epidemic of selfishness and victimhood can be seen everywhere, from the entertainment industry to social media. It seems that no matter where you turn, there’s someone looking to take advantage of others and justify their actions as being in the name of inclusivity or equality. Take, for example, the recent drama surrounding Amber Heard and Johnny Depp. While Depp’s career has taken a hit due to Heard’s allegations of abuse, she continues to receive support from those who believe her story. But why? Is it because she’s a woman and he’s a man? Or is it simply because she plays the role of the victim so well? But it’s not just about celebrity scandals. The media, with its clickbait headlines and AI-written articles, continues to fuel this problem. They sensationalize stories that pit one group against another and reward bad behavior with attention and clicks. It’s a cycle that perpetuates itself, creating a society where people think they can get away with anything as long as they can play the victim. And let’s not forget about the rampant censorship and manipulation happening on platforms like YouTube. The algorithm seems to favor those who conform to the lowest common denominator rather than those who speak the truth. Those who challenge the status quo or dare to speak out against injustices are often silenced or shadowbanned. It’s a sad reality when social media platforms, meant to bring people together and foster communication, instead promote divisiveness and reward bad behavior. As our fearless leader puts it, we live in a world where “everything has to follow the Dei rule” – make fun things die. The more chaotic and divisive, the better. But what’s truly frustrating is that all of this is happening while bigger issues are being ignored. We’re on the brink of war with Russia, China, and Iran, yet we’re too busy fighting over wokeness and pronouns. It’s a distraction, a way to keep us divided and weak while our enemies plot to conquer us. So what can we do about it? How do we combat this inclusivity bias that has taken over our society? First and foremost, we must recognize it for what it is – a tool used by manipulative individuals to further their own agendas. We must also hold ourselves accountable and not fall into the trap of victimhood. Instead of playing the blame game, we must take responsibility for our actions. We must also support media outlets and personalities that refuse to conform to the Dei rule. Those who aren’t afraid to speak the truth and challenge the status quo. We must support independent voices and seek out diverse perspectives rather than relying on mainstream media. And perhaps most importantly, we must not let ourselves become jaded or give up hope. The world may seem bleak right now, but change is possible if we all work towards it together. So let’s not be takers, let’s be givers – giving respect, empathy, and support to those who deserve it rather than those who demand it. In 2024, let’s strive to be better and break free from the chains of inclusivity bias that hold us back. It won’t be easy, but it’s necessary if we want to create a world where everyone is valued and heard, not just those who play the victim card. And maybe then, our fearless leader won’t have to wake up angry anymore.

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