The natural logic of Wokeism is to destroy the lives of people of both genders, of all races and if necessary. However, its origins are far from modern. It first emerged in the United States in the 1940s from the word “awake” and was used to describe someone who is well-informed about issues of social injustice, particularly racism. In its original use, it meant being alert to the specific discrimination and systemic harm suffered by African Americans.
Therefore, being “awake” implies that one has “woken up” from a dream, like the protagonist, Neo, after being disconnected from the Matrix in the movie of the same name. More recently, it has been adopted as a pervasive slogan for a wide variety of social movements, including LGBTQ issues, feminism, immigration, climate change and marginalized communities.