On Heroism ∞
heroes are by definition social justice warriors
This is fascinating. Yes, some heroes don't abide by jurisprudence. They are vigilantes making war against the unpopular, ignoring presumed innocence. They dance with being just as evil as those they fight.
Social justice is the diametrical opposite of actual justice. It is rash presumption outside of the consideration and balance of court.
To think of it in terms of comicbook heroes:
Spiderman really would be a menace, but he catches wanted criminals to deliver them to the police. Does "social justice" do this?
Other "heroes" are themselves judge, jury and executioner. They are above the law. Does "social justice" do this?