The Original Social Justice Warrior
By Richard P. Joseph
Social Justice; According to something on google it is;
“Social justice is the view that everyone deserves equal economic, political and social rights and opportunities.
As you can guess, google makes it sound so nice, and don’t forget the picture of two black gay guys hugging.
Social justice is just a nice way of saying, punish the straight, hard working white guy and give his earnings to lazy blacks. It is part of the political correct way of telling Christians to buzz off and to usher in all manner of sexual perversion and religious degradation. It produces nothing but poverty and social decline. This is one of the Roman Catholic’s biggest projects. I worked for a Catholic Hospital and their main mission was to champion homosexual rights and racism. I was actually fired for being a Christian. Social Justice is Satan’s way of replacing Christianity with sin and it will make the ignorant participants feel good doing it. I guess, after you think about it, all sin feels good, for a few minutes! So, what does the bible have to say about it and who was the founder of social justice?
Without getting long winded, we can boil this down to help the widow and the orphan, and if you have an abundance, to give to the poor. Paul went so far as to say; if you don’t work, you don’t eat. There is nothing in the bible about punishing productive people and promoting a sinful lifestyle. In fact in the parable of the talents, Jesus had harsh words for the lazy unfaithful servant in which he finally said to take his one talent from him and give it to the one with ten, then cast him into prison. When a social justice warrior said, but Lord, he has ten talents already, Jesus told him that he who has little, even what he has will be taken and given to the productive servant. Even if this parable isn’t actually about poor or rich people, the idea is still the same. So, who really is the original social justice warrior?
There is a story told in the gospels about the time when Mary, the sister of Martha and Lazarus, anointed Jesus with some very costly oil which filled the room with an aroma. This caused Judas Iscariot to complain that the oil should have been sold and the proceeds given to the poor. Of course he would be the one to take care of that and perhaps reimburse himself with a slight handling fee. When Jesus told him to leave Mary alone, and that she had performed a noble deed, Judas became even more angry. The next verse in Matthew's account shows that Judas, at this point, made his final decision to betray Jesus.
26:14 Then one of the twelve, called Judas Iscariot, went to the chief priests 15 and said, “What are you willing to give me if I deliver Him to you?” And they counted out to him thirty pieces of silver. 16 So from that time he sought opportunity to betray Him.
Judas Iscariot appears to be the original Social Justice Warrior and all who subscribe to it today are his followers. Judas had a screwed view of reality and that is why he simply could not understand the teachings of Jesus Christ. Somehow he could not reconcile the mission of Christ with what he thought it should be. I hate to be the one to tell people this but attempting to somehow justify natural and normal human behaviors to make all things on earth equal, is not the mission of Jesus Christ. Our job is to do what Mary has done, worship Jesus Christ. Only then can we impact our society. Any attempt to use social engineering to fix society can only be met with futility, especially when the real reason that social justice exists is to promote sin and denounce the straight and narrow. Judas Iscariot was a failure and all who promote a Godless social justice system will end up the same way Judas did. Feeding the poor and loving your neighbor is not social justice, it is what we should be doing as Christians. When a non-Christian attempts the same thing it actually becomes sin and always makes things worse. By promoting the current social justice we are actually putting people in a prolonged state of poverty and immorality. Real Christian social justice would guide people out of poverty and lead them away from anything impure. I implore you all to follow Jesus, not Judas.