Cultural Marxism Watch

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A lot of people are asking why is it that feminists are silent about Islam or why do detriments against whites not exist in the current political thinking.

I need to point you to cultural Marxism and have attached a flow chart for your inspection.

In short members of the British establishment are convinced by Frankfurt School ideas and feel the they are unconditionally bound to these ideas. This means constant revolutionary change through the institutions away from the familiar: the traditional nation state, the family, the native white race, God, Christianity, heterosexuality etc. and towards the opposites.

If you look at court verdicts post 1990 the following partners are common:

Gay values and Christian values are in conflict. Court rules for the gay party.

Islamic values conflict with job entitlements. Court rules for Islamic party.

Christian values conflict with job entitlements. Court rules for employer.

Person fired for pro political beliefs. Court rules with person.

Person fired for BNP membership, court rules with employer (overturned by ECHR).
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This is the flow chart:

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B-but we have always been a nation of immigrants!
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Cultural Marxist....

Anything, I, as a leftist likes: Human Right!

Anything I dislike: Ban it!


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(Original post by HigherMinion)
B-but we have always been a nation of immigrants!
And the year zero was 1950 so that means always!


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Dey turk errr jaaaaabbss!!!
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Dey turk errr jaaaaabbss!!!
That one is wearing a bit thin.

Why does our media say ANC is good
And Golden Dawn (who have had acts or terror committed against them) is bad.

because they took uuur joorbZ




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Interesting. I would add in another factor though, one being what society thinks your reaction should be. I can imagine there to be a lot more bigoted people once the obscuring cover of societal judgement is pulled away. In short if everyone were truly free to be homophobic, racist, religiously intolerant ect. there would be many more known to us.


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It is shocking how many voters here in the UK. know
nothing about Cultural Marxism, especially when you consider the influence it has had on life here.

The BBC's cultural Marxism will trigger an American-style backlash

http://gu.com/p/tzm5

Guardian article.
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(Original post by Concerned135)
I need to point you to cultural Marxism and have attached a flow chart for your inspection.

In short members of the British establishment are convinced by Frankfurt School ideas and feel the they are unconditionally bound to these ideas. This means constant revolutionary change through the institutions away from the familiar: the traditional nation state, the family, the native white race, God, Christianity, heterosexuality etc. and towards the opposites.
Why is it wrong for society to move away from the concept of God and Christianity?

Why is it wrong for society to embrace homosexuality, bisexuality, etc and to move away from the traditional family?

What do you think is happening to the ''native white race'' that you think is wrong?
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It is shocking how many voters here in the UK. know
nothing about Cultural Marxism
No, what's really shocking (well, not to me, but to some people) is how little righties who subscribe to this conspiracy theory about "Cultural Marxism" actually know about it.
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No, what's really shocking (well, not to me, but to some people) is how little righties who subscribe to this conspiracy theory about "Cultural Marxism" actually know about it.
Tony Blair was a Cultural Marxist! :fuhrer:
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I find that whenever somebody uses the term "cultural Marxism" unironically is the perfect time to end a discussion.
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Cultural Marxist....

Anything, I, as a leftist likes: Human Right!

Anything I dislike: Ban it!


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Whatever mate, you vote UKIP

UKIP pretend not to be racist: argue against Europe where there are lots of white people to cover your back
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Cultural Marxism is a very vague term, often used to refer to certain policies by nationalists/racists/fascists/etc that they disagree with and somehow this is all the influence of the Frankfurt School which is actually not particularly influential in Britain where the analytic philosophical tradition reigns.

Many of the policies that they disagree with that are actually bad have nothing to do with the Frankfurt School or any form of Marxism but much more to do with the fact that these policies greatly increase the power of the state over its citizens.
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The term cultural marxism on here reminds me of the use of the term socialism by Republicans in the US. It has not meaning other than "I don't like that, but I can't explain what it is or why."
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(Original post by RandZul'Zorander)
The term cultural marxism on here reminds me of the use of the term socialism by Republicans in the US. It has not meaning other than "I don't like that, but I can't explain what it is or why."
It's not exclusive to the right though. Most people do not understand or construct strawman of their opponent's political arguments. The term "neo-liberalism" would be an example that people on the left use without understanding what it is or why people argue for it.
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It's not exclusive to the right though. Most people do not understand or construct strawman of their opponent's political arguments. The term "neo-liberalism" would be an example that people on the left use without understanding what it is or why people argue for it.
I didn't mean to imply it was exclusively a right-wing tactic. But I do see it most used by the right. And they just happen to be the first example that comes to mind.
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Cultural marxism, in the sense that paranoid wingnuts talk about it, doensn't even exist.

It's just a whack-a-doodle conspiracy theory
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It's not exclusive to the right though. Most people do not understand or construct strawman of their opponent's political arguments. The term "neo-liberalism" would be an example that people on the left use without understanding what it is or why people argue for it.
Cultural marxism, in the sense right-wing nutjobs use it and claim it is adhered to, is completely made up. It does not exist.
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