America now has an unhealthy dose of cultural Marxism, disguised as equality, provided by an assortment of radicals and Marxists, posing as Democrats. Obama, Clinton and Sanders, respectively Marxist, progressive and Maoist.
' '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. N.p.: Vintage, 1972. Print.
What is cultural Marxism?
Mistakenly, Marx predicted that in future wars, the workers would rise and refuse to fight. In World War one, the exact opposite happened. At the end of the war, the Bolshevik revolution in Russia did occur, but no one else in Europe seemed interested. A few post-war sporadic uprisings did occur in 1919; the Spartacist uprising in Berlin, the Munich Soviet and the short-lived (Red terror) Hungarian Soviet republic, but did not attract majority popular support. The reasons were questions the Second International (Comintern) 1922, sought to answer and the Marxist theorists Gramsci and Lukács began the task to discover why.
The two theorists discovered something amazing, Marx got it wrong, it wasn’t about class, it was culture, and patriotism is why the workers fought in the First World War. In addition, religion gave people hope and the family was the preferred unit of dependency, not the government. As social constructs, the answer was to remove these thre...
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...ing masses standing on the barricades, but from the soothing tones of a media politician and the soothing advice of a social worker. Social justice protest warriors replace the workers, the Gulags become ghettos and unemployment queues provide bread for all.
The 2016 election will provide a benchmark in American politics, further; the result will reflect what damaging effects cultural Marxism has already had in such a short period of time.
From across the years, the warnings from Reagan return to haunt us.
' 'I have lived in your future and it didn’t work ' ' - Vladimir Bukovsky, former Soviet dissident.
' 'The most puzzling development in politics during the last decade is the apparent determination of Western European leaders to re-create the Soviet Union in Western Europe. ' ' - Gorbachev, M, Former General Secretary of the communist party of the Soviet Union.
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