This is a fact. When I hear these words* come from your mouth, or when I see them in your paper, or in your comment, or in your post, I immediately know you are arguing in bad faith, or you are incapable of honest and careful thought.
I stop taking you seriously at that point -- well, in fact, I stop listening to you at all in that point. Life is too short to listen to liars and fools**.
Here's the list!
- politically correct/PC
- virtue signalling
- radical Islamic terrorism
- Just playing the devil's advocate but...
- anchor baby
- Judeo-Christian / Judeo-Christian tradition
- the "bubble"
- white working class voters
- alpha male/beta/cuck
- voter fraud
- crybaby, crybully, whining, shrieking, any variation of these
- white genocide
- the real victims...
- paid protesters
- participation trophy
- safe space
*does not apply to those using the terms ironically [d'oh]
** Am I serious? Yeah, not entirely, not on all of these. For instance, I'm entirely serious that when someone uses the term "PC" or "virtue signalling," unless they're using it ironically, I can no longer take them seriously, pretty much ever. Same for feminazi and participation trophy and misandry. But some of these, depending on how they're used...