It seems that we're reaching a point where emboldened SJWs (as well as Cuckservatives and other cowardly narcissists) are deciding to clamp down on the speech of those they don't like. And I mean, it's ramping up a lot.
That should be no surprise
How many years have passed since personal-privacy advocates began
to warn applicants for corporate or governmental employment--especially the younger ones--that that the corporate busybodies among "human resources
" specialists might insist on access to the Facebook
pages of a jobless
applicant (with lots of time on her|his hands for elaborating them)?  It seems to me that I've even read (in the last few months, in a traditional printed news publication) that some of those specialists are routinely insisting on being given the personal passwords
of applicants!  Simply because in the prevailing economy, they can!
Not only is there the potent appeal of power
, but also the prospect of livening up lunch-time conversations with their coworkers, at least when off-site, never mind any corporate rules that might forbid such conversations.
So I have no doubt that the majority of those busybodies are undisturbed by being the agents of increased violation of personal privacy
, when they extend their inspection from evidence of intoxication, or dangerous activity, or even illegal activity, as foolishly documented
(e.g.: Facebook, Instagram, Twitter
<[...]/media/> URLs), into thoughtcrime
. How so?
· Plausible expressions of hostility toward the U.S. H1-B visa
program, because of how the applicant believes it's unfairly stretching the time he|she needs to find a job that fits his|her education & experience?  Might a reader find unflattering words about Indians or Pakistanis?
· Plausible expressions of opposition toward publicity by the State of Florida (March 2016) about its official & eager efforts to recruit medical specialists
from Puerto Rico
to work in Florida?  Which reminds me that I have a niece in college now in Central Florida, and by the most recent specific reports, she planned to major in nursing
. And among Continental U.S. regions nowadays, only New York (City?) is home to more people born in Puerto Rico than is Central Florida.
Both my bulleted examples of thoughtcrime
are related to the broad sociopolitical issue of immigration
, and expressing opposition to it, no matter how logically or specifically, is thoughtcrime
when judged by the norms of social justice
. Norms to which the vast majority of "human resources
" specialists almost certainly subscribe, because otherwise, it seems highly
unlikely that they could've earned the degrees that admit them to that field. Or wouldn't have endured the leftist SJW brainwashing and peer-pressure that prevails in notoriously leftist soft-sciences
fields (needlessly redundant wording?) like psychology