I came across this in my Twitter feed today.
Why do you weirdos always use this stupid argument?— Donal DeLay (@DonalTDeLay) March 19, 2019
We know comics have always addressed social political issues. What they DIDN’T do was shove partisan propaganda down people’s throats like today. They were parables that made you think, not rants that tell you what to think https://t.co/JQjj3L2zu8
And this follow-up summarized the issue.
"There's always been salt in food!"— Who Let in the Dark & Cold (@TWillardAuthor) March 19, 2019
>Tries to pack a 10lb bag of salt up your ass
"Why are you complaining, it's just more of what's in there!"
This is what happens when you forsake Logos and think that you can literally make up your own truth. You lose the ability to discern propaganda from reality (i.e. Logos) which is what parables rely upon for their impact, and is what justifies literature's existence. The SJWs in SF (et. al.), having swallowed Satan's lie due to their own pride, see only the utility of literature as a propaganda tool to brainwash populations- an inversion of Logos.
Ultimately this embrace of madness degenerates those that do so, weakening them to the point of decrepitude, and the proof is in the work that they produce- both the quality and the quantity. Normal people may lack the language, but they notice the effects and react accordingly with closed wallets and moving feet. They want entertainment, not propaganda, and entertainment has to have Logos to maximize its value and impact. You can't lie and get away with it forever; every con man knows it, despite being unable to stop grifting. Forsake Logos and that doom comes for you.