SJWs Always Lie

  • by Vox Day
  • Narrated by Bob Allen
  • 6 hrs and 49 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Social justice warriors have plagued mankind for more than 150 years, but only in the last 30 years has their ideology become dominant in the West. Having invaded one institution of the cultural high ground after another, from corporations and churches to video games and government, there is nowhere that remains entirely free of their intolerant thought and speech policing. Because the SJW agenda of diversity, tolerance, inclusiveness, and equality flies in the face of both science and observable reality, SJWs relentlessly work to prevent normal people from thinking or speaking in any manner that will violate their ever-mutating narrative. They police science, philosophy, technology, and even history in order to maintain the pretense that their agenda remains inevitable in a modern world that contradicts it on a daily basis. SJWs Always Lie is a useful guide to understanding, anticipating, and surviving SJW attacks from the perspective of a man who has not only survived, but thrived, after experiencing multiple attempts by Social Justice Warriors to disqualify, discredit, and dis-employ him in the same manner they have successfully attacked Nobel Laureates, technology CEOs, broadcasters, sports commentators, school principals, and policemen. It analyzes well-known SJW attacks as well as the two most successful examples of resistance to the SJW narrative, #GamerGate and Sad Puppies. Written by Vox Day, Supreme Dark Lord of the Evil Legion of Evil and three-time Hugo nominee who is described as the most hated man in science fiction by Black Gate and The Wall Street Journal, SJWs Always Lie is a powerful weapon in the cultural war against the thought police.

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Good Introduction to Informal Propaganda

This book is a very good recap of the Gamergate controversy. Vox Day's experiences were entertaining, and eye-opening, revealing that modern SJWs are lacking in maturity and have little experience in dealing with conflict. His three rules of SJWs reflect on how to deal with such persons. (For more information, read Saul Alinksy's 'Rules for Radicals', and Edward Bernay's 'Propaganda'.) Vox Day has discovered nothing new, however, but simply shows us the same old tactics in a new venue, the online world, applied against him.

However, far too much of the book expounds on Vox Day's personal issues against his opponents in the science fiction industry. He is not very conscious that his own tactics in his fight in that arena were similar to those of his SJW opponents. Further, there is far to much bald reading of emails and comments in the book, making listening to it a chore. The narrator is slow, so I suggest listening to it at 1.25x speed.

There is not much objective analysis of events, and little self-reflection on Vox's own conduct, and how it might have contributed to his woes. Overall, a good recap for someone wanting to see how victim identity politics and small scale propaganda play out online, but it can be tedious and shallow at times.
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- Ken Whitelaw

Five stars – excellent!

A well written and fascinating account into the world of social justice warriors and their sleazy, unethical, dishonest, mean-spirited tactics. A must read.
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Book Details

  • Release Date: 11-04-2016
  • Publisher: Castalia House