"People who fight for social justice are entitled brats who don’t know the meaning of hard work and only want their privilege because they’re perceived as different."
Martin Luther King Jr. fought for social justice; it's what he's most famous for.
So not only are you so intellectually lazy that you rely on childish, pathetic, long-debunked strawmen & stolen incel memes, but you also imply that injustice & unchecked discrimination are good things that only lazy entitled brats (which you're acting like, hilariously) would oppose.
For the record: I've been a part of this site for years. I'm not an atheist. I have often spoke positively about religious folks (Quakers, Unitarians, non-loony Wiccans & pagans). I'm working on a degree so I can get a good job in IT, and I've always been poor & having to work hard just to get by my entire life.
If anyone is a sociopath, lazy, or an entitled child, it's you. You certainly act like it, and have never done anything but reinforce that image (partially with narcissistic behaviour).
Get this in your head: you aren't that important or interesting, especially to us. You've said a few bigoted & stupid things that someone happened to come across by accident, and then you were immediately forgotten until now. And by this time next week, we'll have forgotten about you again. Nobody is "stalking" you, you aren't at the top of any quotes list, and honestly you're a bit tiresome.
Learn to handle criticism like an adult, learn how to behave like an adult online, and maybe get a therapist for your obvious issues. I don't hate you or even think you're worth commenting to from my dA account (which is older than yours). I know that people like me outnumber anti-SJWs there, we're just not insistent on being the loud & easily triggered snowflakes that anti-SJWs/incels/MRAs are. I know that you're kind of pathetic, and will either outgrow it or end up whinging in your echo chamber with the other maladjusted man-children who don't understand why reality won't conform to your preconceived notions.