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Explaining Cultural Marxism

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I often see people struggling with the definition of cultural Marxism, others deny it exists, which isn’t surprising since it was specifically designed to obfuscate and mislead. If you want to know what’s currently going on right across the western world, it’s crucial to understand the basics of cultural Marxism. What it is, its origins and its effects on current society. So, in easy to understand language with a self-imposed limit of 1000 words, let’s explain the basics.
What is cultural Marxism?
Cultural Marxism is an ideology arising from the Frankfurt School in Germany. Founded in 1923 and originally named The Institute for Marxist Studies, it later changed its name to The Institute for Social Research to disguise its communist links and eventually to the Frankfurt School, based on its location.

The sole purpose of cultural Marxism is to deconstruct society, that is, to remove all the values, norms and consensus from it and accept whatever is the end result. The end result is best
described as cultural anarchy. Eventually, the devastating results of this anarchy would require the State to step in, by public consent and assume control in a bloodless revolution. Political Correctness on the other hand, is the tool used to stifle criticism and dissent of cultural Marxism using laws and derogatory labels against its opponents.

The change between economic and cultural Marxism

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The main 11 points of cultural Marxism are listed below. See if you can relate them to today’s society.

1. The creation of racism offences.

2. Continual change to create confusion.

3. The teaching of sex and homosexuality to children.

4. The undermining of schools’ and teachers’ authority.

5. Huge immigration to destroy identity.

6. The promotion of excessive drinking.

7. Emptying of churches.

8. An unreliable legal system with bias against victims of crime.

9. Dependency on the state or state benefits.

10. Control and dumbing down of media.

11. Encouraging the breakdown of the family.

Now let’s look at why the need for cultural Marxism and where it came from

The Second International (Comintern) 1922 forced the Marxists to address a serious problem. If communism was so good, why weren’t the workers revolting and clamouring for it. To find the answer two prominent Marxist theorists Hungarian Lukács and Italian Gramsci took up the challenge. Disallusioned with what he saw in the USSR and returning to Italy in 1926, Gramsci was promptly arrested as a danger to the public and in the subsequent years of his imprisonment he produced his now infamous ‘Prison Notebooks’ having discovered the answer.

The answer was that Marx had got it wrong. It wasn’t about economics and class, it was about minorities and culture – hence the term, cultural Marxism and identity politics. Religion, patriotism and family were the three main aspects holding back the revolution. Relate the following three aspects to today’s society.

1. Christianity gives hope and by the seperation of Church and State suggests a higher authority than man. Remove that hope and seperation by introducing a plurality of religions, promote alternative forms of new-age beliefs and introduce man-made Human Rights Acts to replace the 10 commandments. Make all beliefs equal and promote the state as the higher moral authority.

2. Remove patriotism by mass-immigration using open borders to dilute social cohesion and make all cultures equal using the excuse of diversity. If there is nothing left to believe in, there is also nothing left to fight for.

3. Remove self-dependency and family values by promoting same sex parents, promote homosexuality as normal, introduce feminism to remove the father as the head of a household and promote the State instead as family provider through government dependency using mass entitlement welfare.

'I believe in nothing and am tolerant of everything!'

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The ongoing effects of cultural Marxism on society

Up until the late 70s, economic Marxism with its emphasis on the workers and the variety of ‘people’s’ terrorist groups still persisted. By the early 80s, Regan in the US and Thatcher in the UK had regained control and halted the radicals. During the following wilderness years, the left just as they had in the early 1920s, were forced to have a re-think and re-discovered Gramsci. Out with the Leninist Marxist workers and introduce the new vanguard revolutionaries; the dispossed, criminals, unemployed, sexual deviants … anyone outside the mainstream of society. We now term this as identity politics – a cultural revolution using diversity. If you can’t change society, change the people and let them do it using ‘The long march through the institutions.’ In other words, by infiltrating the very system itself and changing society from within.

"True revolutionaries do not flaunt their radicalism. They cut their hair, put on suits, and infiltrate the system from within." Alinsky, Saul David. Rules for Radicals (1972).
Despite the understandable paranoia of Obama abolishing the constitution and making himself a dictator, it was never going to happen. ‘Change you canbelieve in’ meant changing the people and is something the Founding Fathers never envisaged as the constitution was designed to protect the people from the State. Obama circumvented the constitution by giving free reign to the minorities to make that change for him, hence the rise of Anifa, BLM, occupy movements, protest riots, safe space areas ...

What Trump has to do now is go back to grass roots and cleanse those parts of the system that the cultural Marxists have taken over in education and the media and make the SJW organisations illegal, a sort of denazification, as performed by the allies in Germany. Removing Obama’s political appointees is not enough. Politicians can be voted out, but the subversives who remain have to be forcibly removed from positions of influence and decision making and marginalised.

By voting in Trump, America didn’t destroy cultural Marxism, but like Reagan before him, Trump halted it. Behind Obama, Clinton and Sanders are a legion of gullible millennials waiting for another try.