You, too, will be canceled
Let’s imagine that you’ve lived a noble life — by early 21st century standards — and become a person of historical note. But early in the 22nd century, a panel convenes to reevaluate your legacy.
They note that even in a climate crisis, you continued to operate internal combustion vehicles. The sucking in of air through the pursed lips of panelists is audible.
Your rap sheet of abominations continues. Your reproductive footprint furthered population overshoot. You feasted on the flesh of other sentient life forms. You plumbed potable water into your home and defecated in it.
Members of the panel slowly shake their heads as they ponder your footloose moral turpitude. What on earth were you thinking?
Among the many sanctimonies of cancel-culture enthusiasts, none is more offensive than the conviction that…