Best 173 of Political correctness quotes - MyQuotes

By Anonym 18 Sep

Oliver Markus Malloy

Right now we live in an age of extreme Political Correctness. It has gone way too far. I hope it's just a phase. Political Correctness is now just a fancy word for censorship. It's no longer about protecting the weak. It has become an excuse to persecute others, because persecuting people is fun. Don't you dare say or think the wrong thing, or a Twitter mob of angry villagers will come after you with digital torches and metaphorical pitchforks.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Claire Fox

Harvard Law School professor Jannie Suk writes about how hard it is to teach rape law in an era of trigger warnings. She explains how women's organizations now 'routinely advise students that they should not feel pressured to attend or participate in class sessions that focus on the law of sexual violence, and which might therefore be traumatic' as they might "trigger" traumatic memories'. She describes the way many students appear to equate 'the risk . . . of traumatic injury' incurred while discussing sexual misconduct as 'analogous to sexual assault itself'. As a consequence, more and more teachers of criminal law are not including rape law in their courses: 'it's not worth the risk of complaints of discomfort by students' and they fear being accused of inflicting 'emotional injuries' in classroom conversation.

By Anonym 16 Sep

James Crabtree

If you thing political correctness is no big deal, just remember that the communists started by eliminating inconvenient speech and ended by eliminating inconvenient people.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Phil Mitchell

People of bad pride always have to have someone to reject. From politics to relationships... just don't let it be you.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Brigitte Gabriel

They are placing demands on American corporations to provide prayer time for Islamic employees on the job. Dell Computers has already caved in to the pressure put forth by the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) regarding this issue and now allows its Muslim employees prayer time on the job. Our radio and TV talk show hosts are watching their tongues when criticizing even the radical Islamic element of the religion lest they be fired or sued, just as Michael Graham was fired from ABC radio for linking Islam to terrorism. The Islamic community throughout the world is outreproducing Christians and Jews almost seven to one. It will be a matter of a few generations before they can get voting power to challenge state laws and change the Constitution of the United States. Islam is already the fastest-growing religion in Europe. Driven by immigration and high birthrates, the number of Muslims on the continent has tripled in the last thirty years. Most demographers forecast a similar or even higher rate of growth in the coming decades. It is important to note that the world’s fastest-growing Muslim populations are found in Europe and the United States, where they are the second- or third-largest religious communities. This is the beginning of America’s and the West’s war with radical Islam.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Jessica Roy

It says a lot about Sandberg’s brand of feminism that this campaign focuses on policing language rather than bringing attention to important issues that have real impact on women and girls

By Anonym 16 Sep

Bangambiki Habyarimana

In theory man is put at the center of everything but in practice he is barely allowed to sit on the sidelines

By Anonym 15 Sep

Daniel Greenup

As clear as it is important, the death of Detroit is still mostly ignored. Generally, the slow destruction of a major city would get a fair amount of attention, but the lack of coverage is hardly surprising. After all, the “bad guys” aren’t the popular ones. In most circles, condemning taxation, regulation, unionization, welfarism and protectionism is unfashionable. It’s necessary to check political correctness at the door and appreciate that the case of Detroit isn’t an isolated tragedy. What happened in Detroit could be coming to a city near you.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Dennis Prager

Our universities teach non-white, non-Christian, and female students to find offense everywhere. American students get degrees in Finding Offense.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Dashanne Stokes

People often call fighting discrimination being 'PC' because they don't want their own unearned privileges challenged.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Scott M. Roberts

I maintain that cultural sensitivity should be replaced by cultural awareness. Awareness implies research, consideration, thought, and judiciousness.... Sensitivity denies equal access to language. It segregates and censors based on the background of the writer rather than the content of the story. No society can embrace cultural sensitivity and retain full capacity for freedom of speech.

By Anonym 17 Sep

Rodolfo Peon

My favorite political orientation is: the common sense.

By Anonym 17 Sep

Bangambiki Habyarimana

Live as if you were a country and other people as other nations. Then learn politics

By Anonym 15 Sep

Oliver Markus Malloy

Claiming to be offended is a great way to elevate yourself at the expense of others: “Look at me! I'm a much better person than you! And I judge you! I condemn you! Shame! Shame! SHAME!” These social media shamings bear an uncanny resemblance to medieval witch hunts.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Moira Weigel

Throughout an erratic campaign, Trump consistently blasted political correctness, blaming it for an extraordinary range of ills and using the phrase to deflect any and every criticism.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Scarlett Curtis

political correctness gets a bad rap, but all it really boils down to is minority groups asking that they not feel marginalized and hurt by everyday conversations or the media.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Roger Kimball

The truth is that American universities are among the safest and most coddled environments ever devised by man. The idea that one should attend college to be protected from ideas one might find controversial or offensive could only occur to someone who had jettisoned any hope of acquiring an education.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Tonny K. Brown

As we become more self-righteous it becomes easier and easier to project the face of our own sins onto the faces of those we blame our fears, so that we might still feign having been decent people when the next generation examines our history.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Rachel Alexander

Has society really become quite thin-skinned, or is acting “offended” a new tactic that is being used to shut down legitimate political debate? Progressives are increasingly claiming to be offended whenever those on the right disagree with their left-wing positions. It doesn't matter what the issue is; the left will divert a legitimate political debate into an accusation that the right disagrees with them because they are full of hate towards them.

By Anonym 17 Sep

Bangambiki Habyarimana

Life is politics, you do it or it does you

By Anonym 20 Sep

Moutasem Algharati

When national ideals are confined to insignificant issues reflective primarily of a personal choice, there lies a problem of distorted priorities.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Jean Raspail

Day by day, month by month, doubt by doubt, law and order became fascism; education, constraint; work, alienation; revolution, mere sport; leisure, a privilege of class; marijuana, a harmless weed; family, a stifling hothouse; affluence, oppression; success, a social disease; sex, an innocent pastime; youth, a permanent tribunal; maturity, the new senility; discipline, an attack on personality; Christianity... and the West... and white skin...

By Anonym 18 Sep

Ilana Mercer

The Donald has the political players rising on their hind legs in defense of their realm. And he has hitherto shattered the totems and taboos these players enforce. Debated as never before are vexations like immigration, Islam, and, yes, the legitimacy of the Republican National Committee.

By Anonym 17 Sep

Milo Yiannopoulos

Like much of the identitarian Left, feminists want to replace old etiquette rules with a new system of politically-driven language policing, controlled by them and predicated on nebulous hurt feelings and speculative "harm." Having long overturned the hectoring, socially-conservative establishment, they now want to assume its place.

By Anonym 16 Sep

R. N. Prasher

I am willing to contribute for a grand tombstone for Political Correctness (PC). This mouthplug has made us cowards, afraid to exercise our freedom of expression. It has stifled frank exchange of ideas and has made debates one-sided and pre-concluded. It has given strength to ideas which cannot defend themselves in an open debate. PC may be acceptable in private space but it is diastrous in public space as it makes that public space an oxymoron by making it restricted to only the "acceptable". Democracy is about competitive ideas and PC is undemocratic as it discounts the possibility of a level playing field. All growth of ideas is through cross fertilisation and PC leads to degeneration of ideas by restricting the process to inbreeding. Only those who use weakness as leverage to gain advantage without effort or have an hidden agenda will root for PC. It is the tool of the lazy and the devious. My offer for its tombstone stands.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Bangambiki Habyarimana

If you are my food, how am I supposed to feel pity towards you? That would mean starvation for me. “A hungry leopard told a fallen, panting, imploring gazelle

By Anonym 19 Sep

Bangambiki Habyarimana

The powerful are like a compressor, they will grind into paste everything on their way

By Anonym 15 Sep

Herman Melville

...[A] good laugh is a mighty good thing, and rather too scarce a good thing... So if any one man, in his own proper person, afford stuff for a good joke to anybody, let him not be backward, but let him cheerfully allow himself to spend and be spent in that way.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Stewart Stafford

Being a prophet in the wilderness speaking truth to power typically leads to poverty and punishment. It is far easier to follow the lucrative trade winds of popular opinion but withheld honesty results in forgotten words.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Christopher Hitchens

I'm very depressed how in this country you can be told "That's offensive" as though those two words constitute an argument.

By Anonym 19 Sep

John Pontius

…We had spiritually marked ourselves. This marking began…when the counterculture of political correctness began, and the assault on Christian values and traditions began. At first it seemed so ridiculous that it was harmless, kind of like a disease to which we were all immune. Soon, however, it was recolored to equal compassion, fairness, acceptance, tolerance, and equality. From there it evolved into a power with the ability to take any truth and repaint it as a lie, to take any lie and relabel it as truth.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Claire Fox

Claiming to be a victim gives people perverse authority. Subjective experience becomes key: 'I am a sexual abuse victim. I am allowed to speak on this. You are not because you have never experienced what it is like to be...'. Victim status can buy special privileges and gives the green light to brand opposing views or even mild criticisms as tantamount to hate speech. So councils, who have become chief cheerleaders for policing subjective complaints, define hate speech as including 'any behavior, verbal abuse or insults, offensive leaflets, posters, gestures as perceived by the victim or any other person as being motivated by hostility, prejudice or hatred'. This effectively incites 'victims' to shout offense and expect a clamp-down. Equally chilling, if a victim aggressively accuses you of offense, it is dangerous to argue back, or even to request that they should stop being so hostile, should you be accused of 'tone policing', a new rule that dictates: '[Y]ou can never question the efficacy of anger ... when voiced by a person from a marginalized background'. No wonder people are queueing up to self-identify into any number of victim camps: you can get your voice heard loudly, close down debate and threaten critics.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Cathy Burnham Martin

We need to stop being so hyper-focused on gender, race, age, and sexual stereotyping. Live and let live for crying out loud. From my perspective, we’ve gone so overboard with attempts to not insult someone or stereotype something about them that divisiveness is now the rule… far too often.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Sherman Alexie

Political Correctness has forced racists to become poets.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Mark Crutchfield

The dream of true economic, gender and racial equality in a free society, which was cherished (if not achieved) by Leftists of the post-war generation, died under New Labour; but the egalitarianism at its heart was resurrected by a merciless minority as the brain-sucking zombie of Political Correctness.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Ryszard Legutko

Captured by the ideological animus, both socialist and liberal-democratic art abandoned the criterion of beauty - considered anachronistic and of dubious political value - and replaced it with the criterion of correctness.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Ted Seay

Useful concepts flourish, no matter how hard they are suppressed; useless concepts wither, no matter how hard they are promoted.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Dashanne Stokes

Those with unearned privileges often spin things as 'political correctness' to further silence those they wish to oppress.

By Anonym 20 Sep

Kathleen Parker

Yet Trump has managed to convince his legions that making vile comments about someone is a revolutionary act, a badge of honor and a long-overdue tipping of society's scales back toward reason and truth. Sometimes he's right, but so is the proverbial stopped watch.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Bangambiki Habyarimana

Sincerity is not part of the political vocabulary. If it is used or implied bells should ring

By Anonym 19 Sep

Karen Ann Carpenter

Trump loves to dispense nicknames, so we’ve got one for him: Shameless Svengali. Heck, it could be a lot worse . . . We’re being soft on him.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Socrates

...[S]ome of the opinions which people entertain should be respected, and others should not.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Alexis De Tocqueville

In America, the majority raises formidable barriers around the liberty of opinion; within these barriers, an author may write what he pleases, but woe to him if he goes beyond them. Not that he is in danger of an auto-da-fe, but he is exposed to continued obloquy and persecution. His political career is closed forever since he has offended the only authority that is able to open it. Every sort of compensation, even that of celebrity, is refused to him. Before making public his opinions he thought he had sympathizers; now it seems to him that he has none any more since he revealed himself to everyone; then those who blame him criticize him loudly and those who think as he does keep quiet and move away without courage. He yields at length, over-come by the daily effort which he has to make, and subsides into silence, as if he felt remorse for speaking the truth.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Bangambiki Habyarimana

A politician will promise the moon but deliver an ant hill

By Anonym 17 Sep

Bangambiki Habyarimana

Once you are in power, never forget those who put you there. Deal with those who think they can do better than you and those who think you are god's representative on earth. Deal with each other according to his actions

By Anonym 16 Sep

Ana Claudia Antunes

Inequality and poverty, health and wealth are hand in hand. And if we are all born equal that should be true in all lands. We cannot divide the world between poor and rich countries. It's like saying the ones are good, the others are junkies. That can only increase more prejudice, miseries and sorrow. Turning the wheel today it will lead to a better tomorrow.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Rassool Jibraeel Snyman

Every mother want her children to be like their father; except politicians