At least two celebrities publicly opposed the abolition of the cultural community (CCC). Comedian Conan O’Brien (Conan O’Brien) and actor Sean Penn (Sean Penn) recently lashed out at this practice, condemning the lack of “sympathy” and “forgiveness” of those who accept it.
In the latest episode of the O’Brien podcast, both pointed out the obvious problems of those who dig out old social media posts or comments and use them to disrupt people’s careers. O’Brien said: “Empathy is a very important word, but also forgiveness.” He continued:
The whole concept of abolishing culture is… we found that someone did something in 1979 that is not right now. They are dead for us.
Penn interjected, insisting that the whole trend is “ridiculous.”
People can also be forgiven. If they even need to forgive. what happened? It feels very Soviet, a bit, sometimes.
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Matthew McConaughey, Ricky Gervais, Dave Chapel, and many other actors and comedians have attacked the cancellation culture.
It seems that more and more famous Americans will publicly condemn the cancellation of culture—especially those who are immune to the antics of the cancellation of cultural communities. However, only when enough of these people are willing to give the canceler a middle finger and say what they think will make a difference.
It is also worth noting that now the CCC is targeting the left, and the country may see the end of these cultural dictators. All that needs to happen is to get enough people on both sides to tire and resist the spread of cancer in society.Indeed, the most recent one Harvard/Harris Opinion polls show that most Americans oppose the abolition of culture, which means this may happen sooner or later.
If this trend continues, the cancellation of cultural communities is likely to end cancel For themselves, this will be a kind of poetic justice, won’t it?