You can watch my interview with Ginni Thomas at Daily Caller at this link: “Political Correctness is a manipulative tool for Centralizing Power.”
If I had one key theme I hope listeners will come away with, it is this: Our personal relationships are the prime target of political correctness. Full control of one-on-one relationships has always been the aim of tyrants, throughout history. The outlets — media,academia and Hollywood — are basically just means for capturing the big prize of controlling personal relationships. That is why we must not allow PC to silence us.
Here’s an excerpt of the text:
“If you push an agenda to centralize power, you need mass ignorance and effective propaganda.”
Morabito says political correctness provides “a semantic fog where manipulation can occur under the guise of being fair or non-discriminatory.”
She details three tactics of the manipulation she observes. These include being subtle enough that people are not aware of the manipulation, changing our language to achieve thought control and the leverage of social isolation being used to force conformity to the elite’s narratives.
As for those who dissent from the elite’s orthodoxy or narratives, Morabito praises their courage. She mentions three positive possibilities of people who have the courage to be politically incorrect against the dominant narratives in this culture. First, such a neighbor or friend could embolden a like-minded person who is fearful, causing a positive “ripple effect.” Second, they could influence a “fence-sitter” by nudging deeper thinking, she says. And lastly, even if the listener disagrees and rejects your point of view, you may water down the stereotype or caricature made of those who hold core American principles.