Make ’em Do Their Fucking Jobs

Fight political correctness by insisting on good behavior and good service.

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The other day as I was writing a highly negative review on Amazon regarding some undershirts I had recently purchased, I realize that as a society we are very reluctant to call people out anymore. This is a horrible, horrible trend, one that has to be completely reversed if we are supposed to have anything like a functional society. Calling people out for their mistakes and holding them accountable is what keeps people operating as they should. It enforces good manners, good behavior, and good business.

The Left is largely responsible for the halting this vital concept, though they are certainly enthusiastic shamers when it comes to protecting their owns sacred cows. Left-wing culture is largely designed around a bunch of know-it-all do-nothings being abusing the system and living comfortably off the labor of people they consider their inferiors. That would be us. Under the guise of tolerance and empathy, they have created a system where, as Kipling put it, “all men are paid for existing and no man must pay for his sins.” We’re never supposed to call out welfare fraud, under the flimsy excuse that doing so shames families. We’re not supposed to point out that maybe if these people got married before they had children, they would not need welfare. We are not supposed to call out people for using profanity in public, dressing like slobs in what should be formal settings, for being stupid, for being lazy, for making avoidable mistakes. We’re not supposed to call someone for doing a shoddy job because well they have a family to support. We’re not supposed to call at someone for their boorish behavior because everyone has different values.  We’re not supposed to call people out for disruptive displays because we don’t know what’s wrong with that person or their kids.

The problem with this is that by not calling out anyone you sanction everyone, and give a green light to behavior that is destructive for society as a whole. It holds everyone to a lower standard, thereby reducing the quality of a society in every way. Whether it’s service, products, innovation, or interpersonal involvement, nothing is as good as it would be if people were subjected to ridicule for poor behavior and poor performance. It is a direct result of political correctness, and it is extremely damaging to us not just as functioning adults but also as a country competing with other countries who do not engage in such ridiculousness.

Note however that the left is fully willing to publicly shame, ridicule, and ruin anyone who disagrees with their Outlook. This, to them, is about the only situation in which shame should be employed. According to them, you shouldn’t be ashamed of being fat. You shouldn’t be ashamed of being a slut. You shouldn’t be ashamed of not working. You shouldn’t feel the least bit out-of-place walking into an interview with gauges in your ears, a septum ring, and tattoos on your neck. Apparently wearing t-shirts with vulgar slogans on them in areas where you know there will be children is nothing that should make you blanch either. But having realistic views on race, a Protestant work ethic, or a sense of patriotism, duty, or familial preference, are all reasons that you should be driven from the public square with some sort of scarlet letter around your neck. No, working white men, your job is to pay taxes to support lazyass academics, immigrants legal and illegal, and good-for-nothing professional welfare queens in the ghetto. Every time I call someone out for shoddy service, poor products, or bad manners, I feel as if I am sticking it to the Left by demanding standards and holding myself to them as well. Do yourself a favor. The next time someone pisses you off because he didn’t do his job properly, let him know. Don’t be afraid to use your horn in traffic. And don’t feel the least bit guilty if you tell your children that you don’t want them associating with certain types of people. It’s time to bring back standards and shame. And if you have the chance to make a left winger feel ashamed for violating our standards of behavior, double down on it. If someone in a position of authority tries to tell you that you’re wrong, point out that they are aiding and abetting failure, and are at risk of guilty by association. When someone else’s failure becomes their failure, they will want to distance themselves from it. In this way, we leave losers isolated, and it is a win for everyone.

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