He felt like being a progressive, outspoken citizen of the "Land of the Free," he could express his opinions and objections to the LGBTQIA ideologies. When he was speaking out on climate change and endorsing going green, conservatives and right-wingers understood and actually acknowledged his work.
What Parker felt is backed by a study published in Psychology Science titled "Why are conservatives happier than liberals," which was based on feelings of "victimization and economic factors." According to the paper's authors Jaime Napier and John Jost, left-wing women are unhappy and frequently grapple with mental health issues.
"In this research, we drew on system-justification theory and the notion that conservative ideology serves a palliative function to explain why conservatives are happier than liberals. Specifically, in three studies using nationally representative data from the United States and nine additional countries, we found that right-wing (vs. left-wing) orientation is indeed associated with greater subjective well-being and that the rationalization of inequality mediates the relation between political orientation and subjective well-being," the authors detailed.
They found that increasing economic inequality (as measured by the Gini index) from 1974 to 2004 has exacerbated the happiness gap between liberals and conservatives – apparently because conservatives (more than liberals) possess an ideological buffer against the negative hedonic effects of economic inequality.
The Left tends to be atheistic, while the right tends to be Christian, Revolver News wrote about the research. And this, according to the news outlet, has a lot to do with which side shows more mercy and real tolerance, unlike the fake tolerance of diversity, equity and inclusion principle.
In his social media post, Parker said: "Those working in the fossil fuel industry, who are most likely offended by his stance as it can endanger their employment, those who are not convinced of the climate change, and people who falsely believe I receive money from shadowy European interests, they never felt entitled to go after my ability to earn a living or have a romantic partner."
Meanwhile, in his three years of resisting "genderwang," hundreds of his friends from the left cult, "have felt it totally appropriate to engage in unapologetic concerted public efforts to destroy these things, to even come after my fortnightly tabletop Runequest games and try to stop those."
In my 36 years as a climate activist, no conservative who has disagreed with me on climate has ever tried to destroy my career, my home, my relationship, my friendships, my social media accounts, my radio shows, my podcasts or my recreational activities.
People working in the…
— Stuart Parker, social antibody and career Moop (@stuartlosaltos) July 5, 2023
According to Revolver, Parker has been experiencing the effects of the liberal "groupthink" dynamic firsthand. This is a phenomenon wherein when one tries to oppose the Left's collective hive mindset, the consequences can be severe, potentially costing the opposer everything he's worked for. "It's a tactic they use often to ensure everyone remains in line, marching to the same beat," the news site explained.
The responses to Parker's tweet can prove this. Conservatives were offering him support, good vibes and even prayers. One user replied: "I have found myself also being prepared to say to my lefty friends (which is most of them) – I feel safer around conservatives. Even though I frequently don't agree with them and many of them have unfounded beliefs as well. And I'm not conservative. But the Left is more vindictive."
Another account called "rationalexpectations" commented that this was "one of the reasons why I can never identify as a liberal. This and their constant whining and lobbying for free stuff. Free stuff that is paid for by the rest of us."
Another admitted to being a die-hard lefty but is also utterly dismayed by the Left's adoption of the nonsensical notions that A) there is a pure position in all matters; B) they are uniquely qualified to know what it is; and C) they, therefore, have the right to police everyone else.
Another reply to Parker's tweet summed it all up.
— David ?? (@pmishkin12) July 6, 2023
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