Get ready for Critical Looks Theory — the idea that attractive people “benefit from a violent system of lookism”!

Critical theory and other socialist-adjacent woke theories are all about jealousy.

Need proof?

Take a gander at this very woke screed against the violence of “lookism” that is perpetuating deep-seated injustices against normal-looking people everywhere:

I have to admit, she used all the proper terminology.

She’s (seriously) saying that attractive people are inherently bad because their beauty makes everyone else look ugly in comparison.

She then equates this to systemic oppression and infers that said system needs to be torn down.

What she doesn’t tell us is how we insert “beauty equity” or “good looks reparations” to tear down this “system”!

If you follow the logic through, she’s saying that beautiful people need to become less beautiful (think through how that would be accomplished) and justifies it by saying they deserve it because they are bad.

Of course this is ridiculous.

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‘Stop The RACIALIZATION Of Everyone’: Tulsi Gabbard Says Mainstream Media And Politicians Are Forcing Racial Division

Former Democratic Hawaii Rep. Tulsi Gabbard slammed the mainstream media and politicians on Sunday for using racial issues to divide people for political or financial gain.

“My dear friends, my fellow Americans, please, please let us stop the racialization of everyone and everything – racialism,” Gabbard said during a video posted on Twitter.

“We’re all children of God and are therefore family in the truest sense. No matter our race or ethnicity, this is Aloha and this is what our country and the world need. The mainstream media, propaganda, media and politicians, they want us to constantly focus on our skin color and the skin color of others because it helps them politically or financially,” she explained.

“Aloha means respect and love for others. It’s what enables us to see beyond our skin color and see the soul, the person with them,” Gabbard continued. “So, let’s do our best to cultivate this Aloha in our hearts and see and treat others through this prism of love, not through the prism of race and ethnicity.”

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