The Victim Class Deception

There is a new status of preference promoted in the media today. It traces is roots back to affirmative action and the EEO protected classes of race, gender, religion, national origin, color, age, and disability. A new class is being crafted and promoted, sexual preference, meaning initially gay or lesbian, but expanding to transsexuals, who change gender and actually claim their own status as a gender. The whole concept of gender is being obscured by these same interests, but that’s another issue.

There is emerging an overriding preferential class – the victim class. This can be any of the above classes that have been identified as requiring protection or it can be anyone who has been victimized, whether real or perceived. It can be based on discrimination, abuse (physical, mental, or perceived), or any disparate treatment as defined by the victim. Under this definition the victim class can be unified and broadened to include almost anyone whom the media and regulators of political correctness allow into the class. Admission is no longer determined by characteristics that are biological, factual or intrinsic, but rather, by acts or events as experienced or perceived by the victim. A good example is Ms. Blasey-Ford, who perceived that she was sexually abused by Judge Kavenaugh. Even though she could not produce any evidence or corroboration of her claims; her testimony and witnesses were contradicted, and all she produced was debunked, she was afforded credibility and pity as an acknowledged victim. Moreover, the accused abuser was deemed dishonorable, suspect, and unexonerated. Only a diabolical evil could concoct such an elaborate and effective ruse upon Congress and the public.

It may be helpful to test the bounds of this new definition for the victim class. Can anyone who has been victimized participate and garner the preferences and benefits of inclusion? Elizabeth Warren used race, claiming to be Native American, to secure a Harvard education and high level positions though she was no more Indian than the average American. Should people with ears that stick out, a big nose, red hair, fat, short, tall, frail, skinny, who studder, effeminate, masculine or ugly – can they be in the victim class? All these people have at one time or another been made fun of, ridiculed, excluded, ostracized, humiliated, hazed, in some cases, physically and/or verbally assaulted. There is a whole new awareness of the harm bullies do in our society, this stands as proof (even if there is no other evidence that abuse exists), but are there other criteria?

Can white people be members of the victim class? Can a well-to-do person that has been abused be a victim? Christians are the most abused people around the world, simply because of their faith, but are they welcome in the victim class? It seems that there are exclusions to the victim class. Is this notion of the victim class actually a politically constructed ruse of the Democrats and socialist media? If so, how is it to be rebutted or answered? How should accusers with false accusations be treated? How can truth and justice prevail in a society that is permeated with lies, distortion, and deceit from a coordinated unaccountable media?

I think Martin Luther King, Jr. set the best standard for judgment, that each one should be judged by the content of their character. It’s interesting to note that the Media has repudiated and rejected Dr. Kings ideals as overtly Christian and therefore, unworthy for their purposes. The character of these false accusers and lying politicians is bad, perhaps evil, so they should be denounced as unfit for public office or honorable appointment. Beware of the Media’s victim class deception, these fabrications and their creators can not be trusted. Just recently, in Chicago, an actor was exposed for arranging a staged attack upon himself, in order to advance ethnic division and garner public sympathy and publicity for himself as a victim. The police had conclusive evidence and proof, but a biased/crooked prosecutor dismissed prosecution. Believers should not be distressed by any of this, but hold on to the truth. “The coming of the lawless one will be in accordance with how Satan works. He will use all sorts of displays of power through signs and wonders that serve the lie, and all the ways that wickedness deceives those who are perishing. They perish because they refused to love the truth and so be saved. For this reason God sends them a powerful delusion so that they will believe the lie and so that all will be condemned who have not believed the truth but have delighted in wickedness.” (2 Thessalonians 2: 9-12).

2 thoughts on “The Victim Class Deception”

  1. The Bible says we should not show favoritism to the poor or rich. “‘Do not pervert justice; do not show partiality to the poor or favoritism to the great, but judge your neighbor fairly.” Leviticus 19: 15. The victim class is a perversion of justice.

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