I'm not arguing about activism, as I've tried to explain already numerous times, I'm arguing for possibility for people to speak their minds at the workplace without fear of termination. I don't know what the accusation of dishonesty is for. I think I've argued my point in good faith.
Tried and failed because you just handwaved a hypothetical single instance as Not True Activism. That is dishonest but your argument is dependent on it. As I said, if I murder someone, I cannot argue to a court that I am not a murderer just because it was a single instance.
We are dealing with a generational issue where late millennials and early gen-z kids appear to think that the workplace is the platform to air their personal grievances. When you are employed by someone, you work to increase their profitability. You do not abuse the privilege of gainful employment for personal activism.