Emoji end goal

Leonardo Boiko leoboiko at gmail.com
Wed Oct 12 08:47:01 CDT 2016

Yes, the end goal of the Unicode Consortium is media attention by way of
virtue signaling. For every online article about emoji modifiers, each
individual member of the Consortium earns a fifty-Euro bonus from our
masters, the global feminist cultural-Marxist Jewish conspiracy, for our
support in propagating political correctness and ultimately implementing
ONU's One World Government. In fact, the end goal for emoji (as originally
planned by Gramsci and Adorno in UAX #1922) is to be the mandatory
Newspeak-style writing system of the NWO, so as to brainwash citizens away
from scientific truths like race realism or the sociobiology of gender. As
soon as WOMAN+ ZWJ+President Hillary finish assassinating the last
remaining ASCII reactionaries, full emoji deployment will be in order, and
we'll indoctrinate every child to internalize standard Communist dogma such
as "all ethnicities deserve equal representation in media" or "all
combinations of genders and professions should be considered equally
valid". The lead experiments at Tumblr and Instagram were very successful,
proving that emoji have great potential as tools of indoctrination.

2016/10/12 10:02 "zelpa" <zelpahd at gmail.com>:

> So what exactly is the end goal for emoji? First we had the fitzpatrick
> skin modifiers, now there's the proposal for gendered emoji sequences using
> ZWJ. There was even the proposal for the hair colour modifier in TR 53. So
> what is the true end goal? Will we one day be able to display our Fallout 4
> character with a single emoji and 60 modifiers? And honestly, who is asking
> for these additions? Does anybody WANT a hair colour modifier? Seems to me
> like the consortium might just be pandering to a few silly requests (by
> people who have no actual idea what unicode is) to get media attention.
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