How to escape the cancel culture

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I was going to write a long article on the issue of cancel culture but I am afraid of what I might end up saying. However, if that piece were ever to see the light of day, it would boil down to the following:

  • Don’t have an opposing view. How dare you? Keep your opinions to yourself. Moreover, your opinions must be futuristic. If not, go to your past self and change them. In fact, go back to your past and remove all proof of being and existence.
  • Don’t judge people. However, if you feel like playing God, only judge people by their standards and not yours.
  • If all else fails, live like a hermit. Move to a far away countryside and ostracise anything that enables you to air your views and opinions.

I hope these three pieces of advice will change your life and keep you safe.

Author: James Azam

I am a student of life who's on a journey to learn, relearn, and unlearn most of life's lessons. If you're like me and would like to join me on this journey, please be sure to follow my blog, and don't be shy to engage with me through your comments and likes.

9 thoughts

  1. Lmaooo. Cancel culture is pretty much absurd/crazy. It’s fine to judge others but to the extent of blocking all their accesses to a better life ( their fame, job, status) that’s a big nah.

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    1. Yep! The problem with it is that there’s no room for learning. It’s once and for all and can go back into your past too, even if you’ve moved on.

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  2. Lol, so… Not what I expected BUT, those 3 points definitely made me laugh, but ironically rang true of his absurd cancel culture can be at times lol… Nonetheless, some people really need to be cancelled ☕🐸

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    1. Yep! Wasn’t meant to be the usual long and in-depth articles. 😁😁😁And surely some people need to be cancelled…

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