Is the Culture of Critique a major influence in politics ?

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Professor Kevin B. MacDonald (born January 24, 1944) is an American professor of psychology at California State University, Long Beach (CSULB).

In a string of books, but concentrated in "The Culture of Critique" Professor Macdonald argues that participants in Judaism have been changing the ethos and framework of Western culture by using slow and subtle techniques to bring about passive revolutionary change.

This agent of this change has been a critique of the ideas that underpin Western culture in very subtle forms such as paining the existing systems as dis functional to highlighting the plight of certain groups, or conducting studies of prejudice only on Americans of European dissent. The themes include "deconstruction" - deconstructing reality, which can be found as a theme in many 20th century movements including art and philosophy. It is only the "mechanised" Western culture that needs to be deconstructed not other cultures.

These methods, Macdonald argues can be traced back to the Weimar Republic (Germany) around 1920 where they originate.

The techniques are used in the media and education system but more recently in politics and law.

Macdonald argues that this ethos of revolutionary change is bringing about a transformation in Western culture.

I would argue that this challenge to Western culture is being brought about using a kind of "spiritual fire" and that for people who wish to combat it, it they cannot combat it with "spiritual fire" because this was one of the themes of Adolf Hitler (and the other theme was to try to reverse the reparations and territorial agreements made under the 1919 Treaty of Versailles which led to the Second World War). Emotionally speaking, an argument in common with an enemy force is never going to be very popular.

Therefor the only way to combat this transformation is to use its own technique of deconstruction to deconstruct its own ideas for example attacking morality framework ridden with double standards being communicated today in the education system and the official language, and using the official language to convey the reverse message and by presenting works of excellence which provide a counter-current, attacking labels like far-right as being constructed from a delusional position, attacking the resulting political correctness by highlighting ridiculous situations it creates and living the counter-revolution for example attacking politically correct themes cascaded by organisations openly in a very logical and calculated way e.g. By stating that British political correctness is what led to the Rotherham scandal or by showing that the focus of some arguments is on certain benefits while ignoring certain issues, risks and impacts.

It is important to validate opinion that differs from the resulting factors of the transformation and assert that is it valid to disagree.
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Professor Kevin B. MacDonald (born January 24, 1944) is an American professor of psychology at California State University, Long Beach (CSULB).

In a string of books, but concentrated in "The Culture of Critique" Professor Macdonald argues that participants in Judaism have been changing the ethos and framework of Western culture by using slow and subtle techniques to bring about passive revolutionary change.

This agent of this change has been a critique of the ideas that underpin Western culture in very subtle forms such as paining the existing systems as dis functional to highlighting the plight of certain groups, or conducting studies of prejudice only on Americans of European dissent. The themes include "deconstruction" - deconstructing reality, which can be found as a theme in many 20th century movements including art and philosophy. It is only the "mechanised" Western culture that needs to be deconstructed not other cultures.

These methods, Macdonald argues can be traced back to the Weimar Republic (Germany) around 1920 where they originate.

The techniques are used in the media and education system but more recently in politics and law.

Macdonald argues that this ethos of revolutionary change is bringing about a transformation in Western culture.

I would argue that this challenge to Western culture is being brought about using a kind of "spiritual fire" and that for people who wish to combat it, it they cannot combat it with "spiritual fire" because this was one of the themes of Adolf Hitler (and the other theme was to try to reverse the reparations and territorial agreements made under the 1919 Treaty of Versailles which led to the Second World War). Emotionally speaking, an argument in common with an enemy force is never going to be very popular.

Therefor the only way to combat this transformation is to use its own technique of deconstruction to deconstruct its own ideas for example attacking morality framework ridden with double standards being communicated today in the education system and the official language, and using the official language to convey the reverse message and by presenting works of excellence which provide a counter-current, attacking labels like far-right as being constructed from a delusional position, attacking the resulting political correctness by highlighting ridiculous situations it creates and living the counter-revolution for example attacking politically correct themes cascaded by organisations openly in a very logical and calculated way e.g. By stating that British political correctness is what led to the Rotherham scandal or by showing that the focus of some arguments is on certain benefits while ignoring certain issues, risks and impacts.

It is important to validate opinion that differs from the resulting factors of the transformation and assert that is it valid to disagree.
I've been reading Adolf Hitler's speeches and thinking about World War II.

I am thinking the Jews have found ways of making us kill each other if we start talking about them, just they they are trying to do with Putin, to start a war.

In this case the answer is immunisation against propaganda.

The problem is that this is too complex and abstract a concept for most people to grasp.

The white man has therefore suffered an overthrow as a result of his own stupidity.
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