Wednesday, November 5, 2008

Antonio Gramsci

Antonio Gramsci, Italian Communist:

Gramsci realized that the West, due to its prosperity, its increasingly wide access to education and opportunity, social mobility, and its readiness to repair injustices (due to its Christian morality), would never be amenable to a violent proletarian socialist revolution. So he came up with Plan B, which is often termed "Gramscian tactics," or ‘Fabian Socialism’ achieved by cultural subversion.

“The civilized world has been saturated with Christianity for 2000 years,” Gramsci wrote, “and a regime grounded in Christian beliefs and values could not be overthrown until these roots were cut.”

I. (Encyclopedia Britannica)

Lenin thought always in terms of world revolution and he died in the expectation of a global victory.

In his, ‘Imperialism, the Last Stage of Capitalism’ (1917), he had extended class warfare into an inevitable conflict between European imperialism and the colonial peoples involved.

Lenin was influenced by the English historian J .A. Hobson's, ‘Imperialism, a Study,’ (1902), which alleged that decadent capitalism was bound to turn from glutted markets at home to exploit the toil of "reluctant and unassimilated peoples."

But, as observed by classical, medieval, and modern constitutionalist political philosophers, authoritarian regimes suffer the tensions of all autocracies.

Marx himself might have thought that such planned autocracies had made the worst of his revelation, which was to lead to an unplanned, classless utopia.

Other Marxist approaches. Many Marxist revisionists tend toward anarchism, stressing the Hegelian and utopian elements of his theory. The Hungarian Gyorgy Lukacs, for example, and the German Herbert Marcuse, who fled from the Nazis to the United States, have won some following among those in revolt against both authoritarian "peoples' democracies" and the diffused capitalism and meritocracy of the managerial welfare state.

Lukacs' "History and Class Consciousness" (published in Hungarian, 1922), a neo-Hegelian work, claims that only the intuition of the proletariat can properly apprehend
the totality of history.

But world revolution is contingent, not inevitable, and Marxism is an instrument, not a prediction. Lukacs renounced this heresy after residence in the Soviet Union under Stalin, but he maintained influence through literary and dramatic criticism. After
Khrushchev's denunciation of Stalin, Lukacs advocated peaceful coexistence and intellectual rather than political subversion.

In his, ‘‘The Meaning of Contemporary Realism (trans. 1963),’ Lukacs again relates Marx to Hegel and even to Aristotle, against the Stalinist claim that Marx made a radically new departure. Lukacs' neo-Marxist literary criticism can be tendentious, but his neo-Hegelian insights, strikingly expressed, have appealed to those anxious to salvage the more humane aspects of Marxism and to promote revolution, even against a modified capitalism and social democracy, by intellectual rather than by political means.

Marcuse also reached back to the more utopian Marx. Now that most of the proletariat has been absorbed into conformist managerial capitalism or has been regimented of
into bureaucratic peoples' democracies, freedom, argues Marcuse, is in retreat.

In Western affluent societies most employers and workers are equally philistine, dominated by the commercialized mass media, or "cogs in a culture machine."

The Soviet Union has reverted to an even more philistine monolithic repression, distorting art and literature.

This enslavement of man by his own industrial productivity has been clinched by the colossal power of governments, which renders the old brief and brisk class warfare a romantic, impracticable idea.

Marcuse attacked all establishments and transferred the redeeming mission of the proletariat to a fringe of alienated minorities: radical students and the exponents of the "hippie" way of life, as well as to Viet Cong guerillas and Black Power militants. Such groups, he declared, could apparently form liberating elites and destroy the managerial society.

Thus re-appeared the old Marxist-Hebraic pattern of redemption through struggle by a chosen people.

The Italian Communist Antonio Gramsci deployed a vivid rhetorical talent in attacking existing society. Like Marcuse, Gramsci was alarmed that the proletariat was being assimilated by the capitalist order and flung himself into the current controversy between social democrats and the radical revolutionaries.

Gramsci took his stand on the already obsolescent Marxist doctrine of irreconcilable
class war between bourgeois and proletariat. He aimed to unmask the bourgeois idea of liberty and to replace parliaments by an "implacable machine" of workers' councils, which would destroy the current social order through a dictatorship of the proletariat.
"Democracy," he wrote, "is our worst enemy. We must be ready to fight it because it blurs the clear separation of classes."

Not only would parliamentary democracy and established law be unmasked, but culture, too, would be transformed. A workers' civilization, with its great industry, large cities, and "tumultuous and intense life," would create a new civilization with new poetry, art, drama, fashions, and language.

Gramsci insisted that the old culture should be destroyed and that education should be
wrenched from the grip of the ruling classes and the church and run under the direction of workers' councils.

But this militant revolutionary was also utopian. Gramsci turned bitterly hostile to Stalin's regime, for he believed, like Engels, that the dictatorship of the workers' state would wither away. "We do not wish," he wrote, "to freeze the dictatorship."
Following world revolution, he wrote, a classless society would emerge, and mankind would be free to master nature instead of being involved in a class war.

Since World War II, Gramsci's notions have enjoyed a minor revival. They appeal to the fringe revolutionaries who admire Marcuse and detest the ‘bourgeoisement’ of an idealized proletariat.

But, in a civilization in which, if total war can be avoided, material prospects are good, the destruction of the old culture out of rage, envy, and naive idealism appears to be a pointless program.

II. Gramsci: Raising the American Taliban

Gramsci realized that the West, due to its prosperity, its increasingly wide access to education and opportunity, social mobility, and its readiness to repair injustices (due to its Christian morality), would never be amenable to a violent proletarian socialist revolution. So he came up with Plan B, which is often termed "Gramscian tactics," or ‘Fabian Socialism’ achieved by cultural subversion.

‘The civilized world has been saturated with Christianity for 2000 years,’ Gramsci wrote; and a regime grounded in Christian beliefs and values could not be overthrown until these roots were cut.

Capitalism, Gramsci suggested, maintained political, economic, and ideological control through a hegemonic culture in which the values of the ‘bourgeoisie’ (‘Bourgeoisie’ is an European term, as is ‘proletariat,’ ‘capitalist,’ and ‘communism.’) became the 'common sense' values of all…a consensus culture in which people in the working-class identified their own good with the good of the ‘bourgeoisie,’ and maintained the status quo rather than revolt from it.

Thus, to Gramsci, consummate subversive that he is, Western "hegemonic culture" is the enemy even more so than ‘the ruling class’ that supports it.

Defeating Western culture, his primary goal, could not be done with guns. It required a "long march through the culture" to slowly discredit and undermine its institutions, values, and foundations.

This was a brilliantly destructive idea.

Eventually, the society would fall apart, opening the way to totalitarian socialism. And the State must lead the way through its courts, schools, and importantly, its system of taxation which must redistribute wealth and purchase the power base that will forge new alliances hostile to the old order. All these factors must play their part to change society.

Gramsci taught that Western bourgeois cultural values were tied to Christianity and therefore much of his polemic against hegemonic culture is aimed at Christian norms and values.

Gramsci was impressed by the power of Roman Catholicism over men's minds and the care the Church had taken to prevent a gap between the religion of the learned and that of the less educated. (??)

Gramsci believed that Marxism should marry the purely intellectual critique of religion found in Renaissance humanism to the elements of the Reformation that had appealed to the masses.

Gramsci inspired:
attacks on Christianity
the family
individual freedom
morality and moral judgments
cult of victimhood
political correctness
Green movement

The role of family, religion, individual responsibility and even choice would be replaced with government rules, laws, and regulations. The expansion of the State into the Welfare State and the Nanny State - where we would be cared for ‘from cradle to grave’ – would rule with a velvet glove whose softness belies the iron fist within, for to resist the beautiful hell will invite brutal repression.

Nothing less than a revolution…
The traditions of Western Civilization must be repudiated and discarded.
Capitalism, with its notions of private property and individual competency must end.
Success, as a concept that emanates from individual self interest, must be redefined in terms of group interest.
Nationalism and Patriotism are incompatible with ‘the revolution.’
America and republican Americanism must be obliterated.

To achieve these goals Gramsci favored an incrementalist revolution, what British socialists termed ‘Fabian Socialism’ after the Roman General, ‘Fabius,’ (d. 203 BC), whose cautious delaying tactics of attrition during the early stages of the Second Punic War (218-201) gave Rome time to recover its strength and take the offensive against Hannibal. The Fabians put their faith in evolutionary Socialism rather than in armed revolution.

The Fabians at first attempted to permeate both the Liberal and Conservative parties with socialist ideas, but later organized the ‘Labour Representation Committee,’ which became the Labour Party in 1906. Socialism is the policy of the Labour Party.

Ultimately, suppression of the individual in favor of the collectivist utopia is the object of all socialist policy. It is the abandonment of the soul and spirit of Western Civilization. The 3,000 years of our culture is based on individual freedom, autonomy, initiative, self-interest, and the right to define oneself and determine your own direction. The Revolution can complete the seizure of political power only after having achieved "cultural hegemony," control of society's intellectual life by cultural means and the relocation of power and money.

They even reorder time by insisting use of the anti-Christian French Revolutionary calendar. Some publishers now insist upon secular dating of their publications with "B.C.E." (Before the "Common Era"- whatever that means) rather than "B.C." and "C.E." (the Common Era) rather than "A.D."

Anti-Christian phenomena such as the book and movie, ‘The DaVinci Code,’ turn the vary nature of Christ as Savior on its head. Indeed, one of the last sentences in The DaVinci Code reads, “…It is time to worship at the feet of the fallen one.”

Courts, including the Supreme Court, have declared most displays of the 10 Commandments "unconstitutional" despite the fact that the 10 Commandments are carved into the building that houses the U.S. Supreme Court.

Daily evidence to the contrary notwithstanding, everywhere is repeated the hymn, ‘Islam is the religion of peace’ yet Christianity is portrayed as the religion of hate, colonialism, and bigotry. Fundamental aspects of Christianity such as marriage, sexuality, and abortion are attacked by renegade Christian clergy, causing major schisms within the faith.

(See: Judge Bork, ‘Slouching Towards Gomorrah: Modern Liberalism and American Decline;’ and Pat Buchanan, ‘The Death of the West.’)

February 15, 2007 Cultural Marxism
By Linda Kimball

There are two misconceptions held by many Americans. The first is that communism ceased to be a threat when the Soviet Union imploded. The second is that the New Left of the Sixties collapsed and disappeared as well. "The Sixties are dead," wrote columnist George Will ("Slamming the Doors," Newsweek, Mar. 25, 1991)

However, its revolutionaries reorganized themselves into a multitude of single issue groups. Thus we now have for example, radical feminists, black extremists, anti-war ‘peace' activists, animal rights groups, radical environmentalists, and ‘gay' rights groups. All of these groups pursue their piece of the radical agenda through a complex network of organizations such as the Gay Straight Lesbian Educators Network (GSLEN), the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), People for the American Way, United for Peace and Justice, Planned Parenthood, Sexuality Information and Education Council of the United States (SIECUS), and Code Pink for Peace.

Both communism and the New Left are alive and thriving here in America. They favor code words: tolerance, social justice, economic justice, peace, reproductive rights, sex education and safe sex, safe schools, inclusion, diversity, and sensitivity. All together, this is Cultural Marxism disguised as multiculturalism.

Birth of Multiculturalism

In anticipation of the revolutionary storm that would baptize the world in an inferno of red terror, leading to its rebirth as the promised land of social justice and proletarian equality-Frederich Engels wrote,

"All the...large and small nationalities are destined to the revolutionary world storm... (A general war will) wipe out all...nations, down to their very names. The next world war will result in the disappearance from the face of the earth not only reactionary classes...but...reactionary peoples." ("The Magyar Struggle," Neue Rheinische Zeitung, Jan. 13, 1849)

By the end of WWI, socialists realized that something was amiss, for the world's proletariat had not heeded Marx's call to rise up in opposition to evil capitalism and to embrace communism instead. They wondered what had gone wrong.

Separately, two Marxist theorists-Antonio Gramsci of Italy and Georg Lukacs of Hungary-concluded that the Christianized West was the obstacle standing in the way of a communist new world order. The West would have to be conquered first.

Gramsci posited that because Christianity had been dominant in the West for over 2000 years, not only was it fused with Western civilization, but it had corrupted the worker class. The West would have to be de-Christianized, said Gramsci, by means of a "long march through the culture." Additionally, a new proletariat must be created. In his "Prison Notebooks," he suggested that the new proletariat be comprised of many criminals, women, and racial minorities.

The new battleground, reasoned Gramsci, must become the culture, starting with the traditional family and completely engulfing churches, schools, media, entertainment, civic organizations, literature, science, and history. All of these things must be radically transformed and the social and cultural order gradually turned upside-down with the new proletariat placed in power at the top.

The Prototype

In 1919, Georg Lukacs became Deputy Commissar for Culture in the short-lived Bolshevik Bela Kun regime in Hungary. He immediately set plans in motion to de-Christianize Hungary.

Reasoning that if Christian sexual ethics could be undermined among children, then both the hated patriarchal family and the Church would be dealt a crippling blow.

Lukacs launched a radical sex education program in the schools. Sex lectures were organized and literature handed out which graphically instructed youth in free love (promiscuity) and sexual intercourse while simultaneously encouraging them to deride and reject Christian moral ethics, monogamy, and parental and church authority. All of this was accompanied by a reign of cultural terror perpetrated against parents, priests, and dissenters.

Hungary's youth, having been fed a steady diet of values-neutral (atheistic) and radical sex education while simultaneously encouraged to rebel against all authority, easily turned into delinquents ranging from bullies and petty thieves to sex predators, murderers, and sociopaths.

Gramsci's prescription and Lukacs' plans were the precursor to what Cultural Marxism in the guise of SIECUS, GSLEN, and the ACLU--acting as judicially-powered enforcers--later brought into American schools.

Building a base

In 1923, the Frankfurt School-a Marxist think-tank-was founded in Weimar Germany. Among its founders were Georg Lukacs, Herbert Marcuse, and Theodor Adorno. The school was a multidisciplinary effort which included sociologists, sexologists, and psychologists.

The primary goal of the Frankfurt School was to translate Marxism from economic terms into cultural terms.

It would provide the ideas on which to base a new political theory of revoltuion based on culture, harnessing new [discovered] oppressed groups for the faithless proletariat. Smashing religion, morals, It would also build a constituency among academics, who could build careers studying and writing about the new oppression.

Toward this end, Marcuse-who favored polymorphous perversion-expanded the ranks of Gramsci's new proletariat by including homosexuals, lesbians, and transsexuals. Into this was spliced Lukacs radical sex education and cultural terrorism tactics.

Gramsci's ‘long march' was added to the mix, and then all of this was wedded to Freudian psychoanalysis and psychological conditioning techniques. The end product was Cultural Marxism, now known in the West as multiculturalism.

Additional intellectual firepower was required: a theory to pathologize what was to be destroyed.

In 1950, the Frankfurt School augmented Cultural Marxism with Theodor Adorno's idea of the ‘authoritarian personality.'

This concept is premised on the notion that Christianity, capitalism, and the traditional family create a character prone to racism and fascism. Thus, anyone who upholds America's traditional moral values and institutions is both racist and fascist. Children raised by traditional values parents, we are told to believe, will almost certainly become racists and fascists. By extension, if fascism and racism are endemic to America's traditional culture, then everyone raised in the traditions of God, family, patriotism, gun ownership, or free markets is in need of psychological help.

The pernicious influence of Adorno's ‘authoritarian personality' idea can be clearly seen in some of the research that gets public money.

"In Aug., 2003, the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) and the National Science Foundation (NSF) announced the results of their $1.2 million tax-payer funded study. It stated, essentially, that traditionalists are mentally disturbed.

Scholars from the Universities of Maryland, California at Berkeley, and Stanford had determined that social conservatives...suffer from ‘mental rigidity,' ‘dogmatism,' and ‘uncertainty avoidance,' together with associated indicators for mental illness." ‘Social and Emotional Learning" Jan. 26, 2005)
The Orwellian cast of the pathologies named shows how far Gramsci's long march has led us.

A corresponding and diabolically crafted idea is ‘Political Correctness.’

The strong suggestion here is that in order for one not to be thought of as racist or fascist, then one must not only be nonjudgmental but must also embrace the ‘new' moral absolutes: diversity, choice, sensitivity, sexual orientation, and tolerance - All major initiatives in the schools. Everything form curricula to playtime is arranged to comply with the new dogma.

Political correctness is a Machiavellian, psychological ‘command and control' device. Its purpose is the imposition of uniformity in thought, speech, and behavior. ORWELL.

‘Critical theory’ is yet another psychological ‘command and control' device. As stated by Daniel J. Flynn,

"Critical Theory, as its name implies, criticizes. What deconstruction does to literature, Critical Theory does to societies." (Intellectual Morons, p 15-16)

Critical Theory is the ongoing and brutal assault upon traditional American culture and society via vicious criticism relentlessly leveled against Christians, Christmas, the Boy Scouts, Ten Commandments, our military, and all other aspects. The new, ‘Dialectic.’

Both political correctness and Critical Theory are in essence, psychological bullying. Cognitive dissonance; indoctrination, mind control, thought transfer, brainwashing, peer pressure.

They are the psycho-political battering rams by which Frankfurt School disciples such as the ACLU are forcing Americans to submit to and to obey the will and the way of the Left.

These devious devices are but psychological versions of Georg Lukacs and Laventi Beria's ‘cultural terrorism' tactics. In the words of Beria, Stalin’s Secret Police enforcer,

"Obedience is the result of force...Force is the antithesis of humanizing action. It is so synonymous in the human mind with savageness, lawlessness, brutality, and barbarism, that it is only necessary to display an inhuman attitude toward people to be granted by those people the possession of force." (The Russian Manual on Psychopolitics: Obedience, by Laventi Beria, head of Soviet Secret Police and Stalin's right-hand man)

Double-thinking ‘fence-sitters', otherwise known as moderates, centrists, and RINO’s (Republican In Name Only) bear the imprint of these psychological ‘obedience' techniques. These people-in some cases literally afraid of incurring the wrath of name-calling obedience trainers--- have opted to straddle the fence lest they be found guilty of possessing an opinion, one way or another. At the merest hint of displeasure from the obedience-trainers, up goes the yellow flag of surrender upon which it is boldly written:

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

Cultural Determinism

The linchpin of Cultural Marxism is cultural determinism, the parent of identity politics and group solidarity.

In its turn, cultural determinism was birthed by the Darwinian idea that man is but a soulless animal and therefore his identity is determined by for example, his skin color or his sexual and/or erotic preferences. This proposition rejects the concepts of the human spirit, individuality, free will, and morally informed conscience paired with personal accountability and responsibility because it emphatically denies the existence of the God of the Bible a priori.

Consequently, and by extension, it also rejects the first principles of our liberty enumerated in the Declaration of Independence. These are our "unalienable rights, among which are life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness." Cultural Marxism must reject these because these principles of liberty "are endowed by our Creator," who made man in His image.

Cultural determinism, states David Horowitz, is

"Identity politics-the politics of radical feminism, the queer revolution, and Afro-centrism-which is the basis of academic multiculturalism...a form of intellectual fascism and, insofar as it has any politics, of political fascism as well." (Mussolini and Neo-Fascist Tribalism: Up from Multiculturalism, by David Horowitz, Jan. 1998)

It is said that courage is the first of the virtues because without it fear will paralyze man, thus keeping him from acting upon his moral convictions and speaking truth. Thus bringing about a general state of paralyzing fear, apathy, and submission - the chains of tyranny - is the purpose behind psychopolitical, cultural terrorism, for the communist Left's revolutionary agenda must, at all costs, be clothed in darkness.

The antidote is courage and the light of truth. If we are to win this cultural war and reclaim and rebuild America so our children and their children's children can live in a ‘Shining City on the Hill' where liberty, families, opportunity, free markets, and decency flourish, we must muster the courage to fearlessly expose the communist Left's revolutionary agenda to the Light of Truth. Truth and the courage to speak it will set us free.

Additional References

Slouching Toward Gomorrah, by Robert H. Bork
Intellectual Morons, by Daniel J. Flynn
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Exposing America's Enemies: the ‘Social Justice Seeking' Communist Left

"The Origins of Political Correctness," (William Linds)

"[PC] is the great disease of our century, the disease that has left tens of millions of people dead in Europe, in Russia, in China, indeed around the world. It is the disease of ideology. PC is not funny. PC is deadly serious."

Lind states that from an historical point, PC has its historical origins in Cultural Marxism, the melding of Freudianism and Marxism; it's premise is that workers are oppressed under capitalism and under Western culture everyone lives in a state of psychological repression.

"Liberation from that repression became the weapon of choice for Cultural Marxism. Linds shows that everyone involved in bringing this ideology to our shores were Jews.

Both authors indicate that these changes began, not in the 60's, but actually in the 1930's, when two Marxist-theorists - Antonio Gramsci of Italy and Georg Lukacs of Hungary - concluded that the Christianized West was the obstacle standing in the way of a communist (Jewish) new world order.

In 1933, the Frankfort School, formerly known as the Institute for Social Research, was established at Columbia University after its founders fled Nazi Germany after Hitler came to power. In addition to Gramsci was music critic Theodor Adorno, psychologist Erich Fromm, sociologist Wilhelm Reich and Professor Herbert Marcuse. Its original strategy to destroy America could only be accomplished by infiltrating and subverting cultural institutions, since it was known that Americans steeped in traditions of freedom and liberty would never succumb to a frontal assault and be used as cannon fodder in a bloody revolution.

Gramsci concluded that Christianity's dominance in the West had corrupted the workers class and it would have to be de-Christianized by a "long march through the culture." His battleground would be the culture itself starting with the traditional family, then completely engulfing churches, schools, media, entertainment, civic organizations, literature, science and history. His new proletariat would be women, criminals, and racial minorities. He stated that the social and cultural order must be radically transformed and turned completely upside-down with the new proletariat placed in power at the top.

The school would go on to patent ‘Critical Theory,’ which is accurately defined as destructive criticism of all the main elements of Western culture, including Christianity, capitalism, authority, the family, patriarchy, hierarchy, morality, tradition, sexual restraint, loyalty, patriotism, nationalism, heredity (Primogeneture), ethnocentrism, convention, and conservatism."

Herbert Marcuse, who stayed behind in America after WWII, favored "polymorphous perversion," which Freud theorized that humans are born with unfocused sexual libidinal drives, deriving sexual pleasure from any part of the body. The objects and modes of sexual satisfaction are multifarious, directed at every object that might provide pleasure. This theory was radically interjected into the 60's sexual revolution with staggering effects that are still with us today. All forms ox sexual deviancy, tattooing, piercing, branding, etc.

Consequently, additional intellectual firepower was added to cement cultural Marxism's base: 'authoritarian personality.' This concept is premised on the notion that Christianity, capitalism, and the traditional family create a character prone to racism and fascism.

Thus, anyone who upholds America's traditional moral values and institutions is both racist and fascist. Children raised by traditional values parents, we are told to believe, will almost certainly become racists and fascists. By extension, if fascism and racism are endemic to America's traditional culture, then everyone raised in the traditions of God, family, patriotism, gun ownership, or free markets is in need of psychological help.

To poison American society further, the Frankfort School said history was determined by which groups, defined as men, women, races, religions, etc., had power or "dominance" over other groups.

Certain groups, especially white males, are labeled "oppressors," while other groups are defined as "victims." Victims are automatically good, oppressors always bad, just by what group they came from, regardless of individual behavior.

They incorporated into their cultural Marxism what Nietzsche called the "transvaluation of all values:" all the old sins have become virtues, and all the old virtues become sins. Homosexuality is a fine and good thing, but anyone who thinks men and women should have different social roles is an evil "fascist." That is what political correctness now teaches children in public schools all across America. (The Frankfurt School wrote about American public education. It said it did not matter if school children learned any skills or any facts. All that mattered was that they graduate from the schools with the right "attitudes" on certain questions.)

Herbert Marcuse became a "guru," of sorts, during the student rebellion in the 60's, and unfortunately, it provided him with an historic opportunity by injecting the Frankfort School's cultural Marxism into the baby-boom generation.

Of course, we did not understand what it really was. As was true from the Institute's beginning, Marcuse and the few other people "in the know" did not advertise that political correctness and multi-culturalism were a form of Marxism.

The effect was devastating: a whole generation of Americans, especially the university-educated elite, absorbed cultural Marxism, made it their own, and accepted a poisonous ideology that sought to destroy America's traditional culture and Christian faith. That generation, which runs every elite institution in America, now wages a ceaseless war on all traditional beliefs and institutions. They have largely won that war. Most of America's traditional culture lies in ruins.

Cultural Marxism, under the disguise of multiculturalism, is the primary reason why Americans equate truth with racism or hate. It is a ridiculous, poisonous, destructive ideology that we must eradicate, forever, in this country. However, a full frontal assault on the various institutions and organizations that defend it would end in our defeat. They are prepared and heavily fortified, now with the full cooperation of the United States government and para-military police forces behind them.

We, are but a small voice, however, hope reigns supreme. We must divorce ourselves from the poison that has undermined our culture and stolen our freedom, our voices and our liberty; as Gramsci laid it out so long ago, to undertake a "long march through the institutions." Our counter-strategy would be a long march to create new institutions defined by America's traditional value system. Patience is the virture that will eventually liberate us from the tyranny of every Marxist philosophy that now pervades our nation.

In the meantime, the next time you are called a fascist or a racist for speaking truth; label your attacker as a "Marxist" and watch for the reaction. You might be surprised.

The Origins of Political Correctness
Cultural Marxism
The Four Horsemen of the Frankfort School
Who Stole Our Culture?
Also watch William Lind's video "The History of Political Correctness" on Google

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