SJWs Always Double Down is a solid continuation of the taxonomy of the Social Justice Warrior. It is full of recent examples of their doubling down behaviour, explains some the biological and sociosexual reasons for that behaviour and offers the reader some practical ways of identifying and dealing with the SJW. Vox Day also focuses on the methods the SJW/s uses to infiltrate and render inoperable large institutions and organisations.
Sounds bleak, but there is cause for hope, as Vox rightly points out that the SJWs denial of reality has gone so far that they neither know their enemy, nor themselves. The Culture War is on, not picking a side is not possible. The SJWs are incapable of victory and the future shape of Western Civilisation is up to you.
This is an invaluable guide to what is happening to our institutions, companies and what can be done to counter the infiltration. If you are wondering why institutions and companies aren't engaging in core functions it's probably because they have a advanced case of SJW infection where the narrative is more important than the product or service. The bad news is that neutrality won't be tolerated, the good is that SJWs are parasites and aren't productive so counter measures are possible. As you read this look back at your experience and see if you can spot the SJW convergence sequence in workplaces and groups you have been active in. New readers to the SJW series by VD may doubt but just look at events occuring around the world especially after the 2016 US election. They really do double down. Information in this book helped to explain some of the personalities I've seen in action and events that previously didn't make sense. I'm looking forwards to SJWs Always Project.
This book shows you tactics on how to take the fight to the SJW's. As has been pointed out by others playing nice is a rear guard action which has caused our conservative institutions to do nothing but retreat.
SJW's do not forgive or forget so they have boundless energy to come at you. Use their energy as your fuel. Set up traps and minefields for them to run into and read Vox's book on how to do this.
I bought this book as a present and did not read it myself. The recipient said that he thoroughly enjoyed it and it met his expectations. However, he mentioned that the examples of manipulative situations only refer to certain sectors of society (particular professions, etc.) and he could have wished for a more direct application to his own circumstances. Nevertheless, he happily recommends the book.