Cult like programming in the ideology

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In today’s Britain we see a type of cult like programming which brings about repetition of speech and behaviours without any thought behind it or questioning of it. For example male and female are considered bad in case they offend transgenders. We have bizarre changes to language like Nitty-gritty is a bad word because it relates to slave ships or you can’t say flip chart in case it offends Filipinos. We have an ever changing language with words commonly used for ethnic minorities constantly changing and the old words becoming taboo. If a footballer uses
an old word, he is paraded on the cultural Marxist BBC as a heretic and people discuss firing him as the people muster their hate for the heretic. People are arrested and jailed for offensive Tweets and the police can’t search people because they might search too many of one group and too few of another group. Authorities do insane things like ignore pedophiles of certain minority groups out of fear of being called racist.

This bizarre cult like behaviour is caused by a synthesis of postmodernism and social-Marxism.

One can use Fredrik Neitszche and Althusser to look at this cult like programming though other lenses. (Of course under the cult like programming all philosophical systems before 1960 - the year zero are invalid because they are “racist and fascist”. Neitszche tells us that the superman is the person who questions the ideology. The people who question the ideology like Thatcher and Trump are very much hated by the cult like influence people. Althusser’s state repression occurs through police arresting people who transgress against the ideology and the ideological apparatus like the BBC spewing out this propaganda and expressing faux outrage at the police for being unequal in some way. This is using Althusser who was intended for use for Marxism, turning it round and using it to look at the the post-Marxist world.

And of course the intellectually, they don’t look at anything of importance, just the dross within the ideology like gender pay gap or unequal police stop and searches. Where is Neitzsche’s superman in Britain. Our Teresa May and Amber Rudd are like Middle class feminist women who are married to millionaire and think they are oppressed, the following sheep. We don’t have a superman, we are afraid of them.
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it will get far far worse if C*rb*n is let anywhere near the levers of power :emo:
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Don't you have anything better to do with your time than ranting about imaginary injustices on an Internet forum?
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All I will say is you throughly butchered Neitzche and Althusser.
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Don't you have anything better to do with your time than ranting about imaginary injustices on an Internet forum?
Perceived injustices? I thinks it simply called madness and cult like behaviour. A large number of people are simply in this cult, which is more weird that a space cult.
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(Original post by Airplanebee2)
In today’s Britain we see a type of cult like programming which brings about repetition of speech and behaviours without any thought behind it or questioning of it. For example male and female are considered bad in case they offend transgenders. We have bizarre changes to language like Nitty-gritty is a bad word because it relates to slave ships or you can’t say flip chart in case it offends Filipinos. We have an ever changing language with words commonly used for ethnic minorities constantly changing and the old words becoming taboo. If a footballer uses
an old word, he is paraded on the cultural Marxist BBC as a heretic and people discuss firing him as the people muster their hate for the heretic. People are arrested and jailed for offensive Tweets and the police can’t search people because they might search too many of one group and too few of another group. Authorities do insane things like ignore pedophiles of certain minority groups out of fear of being called racist.
Male and female aren't considered bad because they might offend transgendered people. They're not even considered bad to begin with.

Who the **** gets upset over nitty gritty or flip charts? These are pretend examples. What 'old words that footballers use' have now become taboo? Who has been arrested or jailed for offensive tweets?


(Original post by Airplanebee2)
This bizarre cult like behaviour is caused by a synthesis of postmodernism and social-Marxism.

One can use Fredrik Neitszche and Althusser to look at this cult like programming though other lenses. (Of course under the cult like programming all philosophical systems before 1960 - the year zero are invalid because they are “racist and fascist”. Neitszche tells us that the superman is the person who questions the ideology. The people who question the ideology like Thatcher and Trump are very much hated by the cult like influence people. Althusser’s state repression occurs through police arresting people who transgress against the ideology and the ideological apparatus like the BBC spewing out this propaganda and expressing faux outrage at the police for being unequal in some way. This is using Althusser who was intended for use for Marxism, turning it round and using it to look at the the post-Marxist world.

And of course the intellectually, they don’t look at anything of importance, just the dross within the ideology like gender pay gap or unequal police stop and searches. Where is Neitzsche’s superman in Britain. Our Teresa May and Amber Rudd are like Middle class feminist women who are married to millionaire and think they are oppressed, the following sheep. We don’t have a superman, we are afraid of them.
Perhaps add a bit of substance to your future posts and not just a bunch of alt-right buzzwords which aren't relevant and probably not even understood by yourself.
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(Original post by Airplanebee2)
In today’s Britain we see a type of cult like programming which brings about repetition of speech and behaviours without any thought behind it or questioning of it. For example male and female are considered bad in case they offend transgenders. We have bizarre changes to language like Nitty-gritty is a bad word because it relates to slave ships or you can’t say flip chart in case it offends Filipinos. We have an ever changing language with words commonly used for ethnic minorities constantly changing and the old words becoming taboo. If a footballer uses
an old word, he is paraded on the cultural Marxist BBC as a heretic and people discuss firing him as the people muster their hate for the heretic. People are arrested and jailed for offensive Tweets and the police can’t search people because they might search too many of one group and too few of another group. Authorities do insane things like ignore pedophiles of certain minority groups out of fear of being called racist.

This bizarre cult like behaviour is caused by a synthesis of postmodernism and social-Marxism.

One can use Fredrik Neitszche and Althusser to look at this cult like programming though other lenses. (Of course under the cult like programming all philosophical systems before 1960 - the year zero are invalid because they are “racist and fascist”. Neitszche tells us that the superman is the person who questions the ideology. The people who question the ideology like Thatcher and Trump are very much hated by the cult like influence people. Althusser’s state repression occurs through police arresting people who transgress against the ideology and the ideological apparatus like the BBC spewing out this propaganda and expressing faux outrage at the police for being unequal in some way. This is using Althusser who was intended for use for Marxism, turning it round and using it to look at the the post-Marxist world.

And of course the intellectually, they don’t look at anything of importance, just the dross within the ideology like gender pay gap or unequal police stop and searches. Where is Neitzsche’s superman in Britain. Our Teresa May and Amber Rudd are like Middle class feminist women who are married to millionaire and think they are oppressed, the following sheep. We don’t have a superman, we are afraid of them.
You are allowed to say these things..... you just ignore the idiots who say you cant
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Perhaps add a bit of substance to your future posts and not just a bunch of alt-right buzzwords which aren't relevant and probably not even understood by yourself.
Postmodernism is not a buzz word, it refers to thinkers around 1930 - 1980 who wanted to create a theory which says that all interpretations are true and create a safe space above nature. It likes to negate historical and biological constructs and claim that things are social constructs.

Social Marxism is not a buzzword. Thinkers such are Herbert Marcuse openly say that they turned Marxism into a post Marxism which means social concepts like group equality as opposed to Marx’s revolution of the proletariat.
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(Original post by Airplanebee2)
Postmodernism is not a buzz word, it refers to thinkers around 1930 - 1980 who wanted to create a theory which says that all interpretations are true and create a safe space above nature. It likes to negate historical and biological constructs and claim that things are social constructs.

Social Marxism is not a buzzword. Thinkers such are Herbert Marcuse openly say that they turned Marxism into a post Marxism which means social concepts like group equality as opposed to Marx’s revolution of the proletariat.
Congratulations! You have added nothing to the conversation but babble.
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**** off captain buzzword
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