At this point in the anime industry – you can’t escape social justice warriors in the west.
Anime has crossed over internationally and it did so YEARS ago.
But now the internet is bigger and so is anime. And the trend in the west where sensitive, attention seeking people “outrage” about minor topics hasn’t stopped yet.
Uzaki Chan’s Blood Donation Campaign Was The Latest Victim
The WHOLE point of this campaign is to encourage people to donate blood.
So instead of promoting that cause – people made it about themselves. And added their 2 cents about their self-righteous nonsense.
Facts About Anime Social Justice Warriors
There’s a couple of things I’ve recognized with 99% of these types of people. And the backlash that comes with a lot of modern-day anime shows.
Let’s get into it.
1. It’s all for “likes, retweets” and NOTHING more
Honestly these people, accusing Studio Bones of misogyny & trying to get Hero Hei falsely flag
Listen here I’m made this point over & over again, you see this stuff like this in Anime, alot
Quit trying to bend the knee of Japanese Studios with your dumb SJW views pic.twitter.com/93PYTqbQ3O
— Goku D. Ryuzaki (@GokuDRyuzaki) October 16, 2019
Back in Mid October 2019 Hero Hei did a video about the backlash
The gist of it is – Nejire Hado was apparently being “sexualized” and Studio Bones was accused of “Misogyny”.
Here’s the image that started the Twitter beef
> The above RT is from October 12, 2019
> This image is from September 30, 2018
You can see they operate on the same points of contention and even the text itself is almost the same. For example “we need to talk…” and the use of buzzwords. pic.twitter.com/gN0G569w1f
— HeroHei (@_Hero_Hei_) October 13, 2019
You might be thinking wtf is the problem here? And that’s the point.
Take another look.
THIS is what SJW’S went out of their way to b*tch about on Twitter.
Sexualization or attention seeking?
The Twitter account who started this CHANGED their username to avoid backlash
As you can clearly see – the Twitter user who sparked this controversy for ATTENTION changed their username.
Basically deleting their account so no one can find them.
This is only one of too many examples of people who do this for attention.
Anime is one of many topics these SJW’S use for “likes and retweets” so they can feel like they’re part of something relevant.
2. They’re NOT part of the anime community to begin with
When The Rising Of The Shield Hero aired in January 2019 – feminists and SJW’S came crawling out their caves to point fingers again.
There’s a scene in the first episode where the main character is accused of rape. Though it’s nothing more than a false allegation.
Feminists and SJW’S were “rubbed” the wrong way by their own bias
The thing about everyone who complained about this scene and went on to claim “this doesn’t happen in real life” (which is delusional in itself), none of them are anime fans.
Everyone one of the people who made this into a big deal when it really isn’t, has never watched a single anime series in their life.
Anime is a popular topic to criticize these days in the USA because of how BIG its become.
The Shield Hero Director hilariously responded to it as well
My favorite part of the Shield Hero AMA is the response to ‘what about the controversy’ being ‘what controversy?’
F*cking lol. pic.twitter.com/YOscFk9k2t
— Jeko (@JekoJekoUEM) February 10, 2019
And THIS tweet about Shield Hero’s author being female is a point SJW’S missed
The most hilarious thing about the whole “Shield Hero is sexist towards women” argument is that the author of the novels is actually female.
But sure, keep going with the whole “the author is a bitter man who was probably once wronged by woman and resents them all” narrative.
— Leth (@AlwaysLethargic) January 9, 2019
3. They’re using anime as a “scapegoat” to deal with their problems
People who watch Anime should be captured alive, put in cages and then their skin should be scraped off, their eyes peeled off and then they have to be slowly tortured to death while being artificially kept alive for as long as possible, so they can think about their crimes.
— Persian Agent (@ChadManichean) October 30, 2019
Of course. For any onlookers who would like to judge for themselves and who might not know enough about the subject, someone out there has made a top 25 list on positive life lessons contained in recent shows. https://t.co/ADfXb00Gxm
— Rei Murasame 村雨れい (@ReiMurasame) October 30, 2019
THIS started on Twitter before someone shared an article from Anime Motivation about positive life lessons in anime.
As you can see from the Tweets – this person is negative. And they’re unusually committed to “bashing” anime fans.
Almost to the point of sickening hatred.
This is what anime SJW’S look like
Hatred in itself is toxic.
Once you reach a point where you hate someone so much that you want to do HARM to them, and you go out your way to let them know about it constantly…. It becomes clear you’re running away from your problems.
Hate is a projection of how you feel about yourself, NOT someone else.
Sad as it is – this is the reality of most anime social justice warriors. There’s no rhyme or reason to their madness.
It’s based purely on insecurity and self-doubt.
Anime SJW’S (and SJW’S in general) is a trend that will DIE eventually
The majority of this all starts on TWITTER. Because Twitter is the only platform that gives you the opportunity to “voice” your opinion to the masses.
But at this point – it’s being abused and there’s only so much of this that can happen before it dies out.
They just announced they’re making an anime about going to monster girl wh*re houses and reviewing how good the sex there was with them. Anime is reaching it’s peak levels of sophistication now.
And yes, an ANIME. Not
hentaias surprised as I am too. https://t.co/5Rh6cuEqF4
— Noble (@Lost_Pause_) November 1, 2019
As far as anime SJW’S – Ishuzoku Reviewers is an anime that will spark controversy in 2020 once released.
Maybe this will be the beginning of the end of SJW-ism in the US.
Either way – it’s about time it died so we can complain about REAL problems that are going unnoticed.