August 2020

Cultural Marxism, in place in America since around 1905, has achieved near fruition in real time, as these MINDLESS COLLEGE AGED plebes, and their teachers/professors (YES they PUT ON THEIR FACE COVERINGS and participate also) show now for the last 5 months on an almost daily/nightly basis.

NONE of them can give a cognitive argument as to why “exactly” they are rioting, yet use the UNPROVEN broken record mantra of “systemic racism/killings of blacks by LEO’s” etc…

They cannot explain how a country SO racist had elected a black POTUS not once, but twice!

They cannot explain how a country SO racist has the SINGLE MOST people immigrating to it in the entire world. And 2M black Africans over the last 10 years.

They cannot explain how a country SO racist has millionaire/billionaire entertainment/sports stars that “happen to be black,” yet made it.

You see most of these “PLEBES” are so ignorant to the FACT that they are being USED by those in the upper echelons of the TOTALITARIAN/DEMOCRATIC/RINO parties, so that they “the few” may RULE and CONTROL the “many!”

And when the agenda of the FEW is finally achieved, how quickly they will discard the aforementioned PLEBES like an empty lighter, for they have ceased to be a useful tool in their arsenal.

Carl Marx’s Objective

Carl Marx is the founding father of communism. He died in 1888, but while he was alive, he basically believed 3 things:

  1. 3 Stages of History / Epochs: He believed that history had 3 stages or epochs:
    1. The Ancient Stage
    2. The Feudal Stage
    3. The Capitalist Stage. He believed he was witnessing the rise of the Capitalist Stage and that he would eventually see the fall of the Capitalist Stage.
  2. Class Consciousness: He believed that each one of these societal epochs contained internal contradictions and it was these internal contradictions that would lead to a class struggle that would eventually lead to the next phase. Which lead to his 3rd idea…
  3. Historical Determinism: That ultimately capitalism would fall. Capitalism had to fall because his philosophy was completely based on struggles and conflicts. This is because he was a disciple of Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel.

Because this was his dialectic / belief system, capitalism HAD TO FALL in his theory. Workers of the world would unite and there would be a revolution! And there was…but not everywhere. So throughout his life, he and his followers tried to explain why capitalism didn’t fall. After all, if capitalism is exploitation of the masses, and if history is all about these conflicts, and if these conflicts are going to come and if the next thing that is going to come, then how come we haven’t seen this?

Enter the Cultural Marxists who tried to explain why capitalism didn’t die. They carried on his quest after his death all the way into the 1900s.

  1. Antonio Gramsci: He was an Italian Marxist.
  2. The Frankfurt School

These 2 players had 2 main ideas on why capitalism didn’t die off.

  1. Cultural Hegemony: It refers to domination or rule maintained thorough ideological or cultural means. It is usually achieved through social institutions that allow those in power to strongly influence the values, norms, ideas, expectations, worldview and the behavior of the rest of society.
    1. Ever wonder why women who make up more than 50% of the population are considered a minority? Because women are not seen as part of the cultural hegemony because the cultural hegemony is patriarchal.
    2. The cultural hegemony in America is white, male, heterosexual, cisgendered, able bodied, and native born American.
    3. Everyone who is not that is a minority and a VICTIM of the cultural hegemony established by those individuals.
    4. Which means everyone who is not THAT (white male, etc.) is at WAR with THAT. And everyone who is THAT is privileged.
    5. And the more of those boxes you tick off, the more privileged you are.

Gramsci developed the idea Cultural Hegemony in an effort to explain why the worker lead revolution that Marx predicted in the previous century had not come to pass. Central to Marx’s theory of capitalism was the belief that the destruction of this economic system was built into the system itself since capitalism is premised on the exploitation of the working class by the ruling class.

So why didn’t it happen? Because we’re not dealing with economics…we’re dealing with culture. Gramsci felt that Marx missed this part. So he felt that the revolution that comes doesn’t need to be an armed revolution…or a revolution of force. It needs to be a hegemonic revolution. In other words, we need to change the cultural hegemony!

And how do you overturn the cultural hegemony?

Step 1. Control the robes of society: judges, professors, pastors, and politicians. Leverage those positions to mobilize the masses against the hegemonic power. Use the educational system, the political system, the judicial system in order to overturn the cultural hegemony.

Does that at all sound familiar?

This is how you gain power. And in the meantime, how do you gain political power? By promising various groups of people that you will advocate for them. That’s how you are able to have white, male, heterosexual, cis-gendered, able-bodied, native born American politicians that are representatives of people that are not any of those things!

That’s how Cultural Marxism works!

The Frankfurt School

The Frankfurt School refers to a collection of scholars in Frankfurt Germany that were known for developing critical theory and popularizing the dialectic method of learning by interrogating societies contradictions and it’s most closely associated with the work of a number of Germany philosophers during the early 20th century. For them, they believed the revolution didn’t happen because people were receiving so much information through mass media: newspapers, radio, etc. So the Frankfurt School felt the secret was to leverage these tools in order to bring about the change in the hegemonic power.

They felt the secret was to reduce everything to discussions of RACE, CLASS, CLASS, GENDER (social construct) and SEX (biology).

  • Transgender is when your biology and sex are different. You have a penis but feel like a woman trapped in a man’s body.
  • Cis-gender just means your not special.

The Frankfurt School saw that people were becoming soft recipients of political and ideological mass media instead of being activists. And they believed that this is why the revolution didn’t take place. They theorized that this experience made people intellectually inactive and politically passive as they allowed mass produced ideologies and values to wash over them and to infiltrate their consciousness.

Because of what happened in WWI, they left Germany and moved to Switzerland, but they only stayed there until 1935, when they moved to New York, where they became affiliated with Colombia University.

The Frankfurt School gave us Critical Race Theory. Critical race theory (CRT), the view that race, instead of being biologically grounded and natural, is socially constructed and that race, as a socially constructed concept, functions as a means to maintain the interests of the white population that constructed it. According to CRT, racial inequality emerges from the social, economic, and legal differences that white people create between “races” to maintain elite white interest in labour markets and politics and as such create the circumstances that give rise to poverty and criminality in many minority communities. Source:

They also gave us the current form of Political Correctness and Multiculturalism.

So as a result of these ideologies, we have all been taught through our media and educational system to view ourselves not as a part of a whole, but as sub-groups. As part of sub-groups that are in some way, shape, fashion or form are being oppressed by the hegemonic power that rules and governs our culture.

You can see this in elections. they used to say “this candidate has 45% of the vote right now” they now say “this candidate has 25% of the black vote, 38% of the white Christian group, etc.” We didn’t use to think that way…about ourselves that way…about others that way.

Intersectionality: It’s used to refer to the complex and cumulative way that the effects of different forms of discrimination (such as racism, sexism, and classism) combine, overlap, and yes, intersect—especially in the experiences of marginalized people or groups. If you are male, heterosexual, cisgendered, native born American, able-bodied and attractive…BUT….you are not white, then your oppression is that one area. If you are not white and not male, but all of the others, then where those two intersect is where the oppression is. And if you have 3 intersections of oppression…This is crazy making!

Cisgendered: Not transgender. A term for people whose gender identity matches the sex that they were assigned at birth.

Racism: When someone calls you racist these days, it can mean that you hold racist beliefs about another race (i.e. like you feel asians are smarter than blacks) or it can mean that you are simply apart of the cultural hegemony, which they feel is INHERENTLY RACIST against anyone that is not white, male, heterosexual, cisgendered, native born American and able-bodied. Which means now…you have racism without a racist. How do you handle that?! How do you fix that? The only way to fix that one is to change the hegemony.

THIS IS AN AGENDA: The future of this path is a LOT of pain and misery because this movement has no sign of ending. It is only picking up speed. And even after they change the cultural hegemony, by removing all white people from power, all of the problems that really existed (which they were blaming the man for) will still exist and need to addressed.

Here’s what worries me. We’ve created an environment where we have divided everyone up into constituents, which is incredibly ironic as it creates stereotypes. And when we look at everyone’s issues, problems and whatever in relation to the system, and what the system is doing, has done and has the potential of doing, is to move us away from addressing INDIVIDUALS and their sin and their pain and their brokenness. We don’t have to be either or…either we address individuals and their specific problems…OR…we look at problems with the system…it doesn’t have to be.

Why do I have to choose between advocating for laws to change in the area of abortion…OR…proclaiming the gospel with a view toward changing the hearts of young women so they won’t kill their babies. Don’t make me choose between those two! I won’t because I want BOTH options! I want to do both.

And why do I have to choose between acknowledging the fact that there are huge problems and pathologies both amongst individuals and cultures and systems?

When we choose to talk about this in certain terms…and we choose to accept certain ideologies…and agree with certain premises…the end result is that if you don’t find yourself on the right side of this, you are disqualified. And that can’t be! So what do we do with this?

There is an ideology here. There is an end goal here. There is an end game. And we see it in politics and on university campuses. It has to be addressed.


Recent Examples of Cultural Marxism

Columbia professor who fled communism resigns, says university is becoming communist

Article Summary: The teacher left his tenured position at Columbia University because the Ivy League school is “on its way toward full blown communism.” The increasing SOCIAL JUSTICE demands he faced led to his decision.

IMO, here are the most important quotes from the article:

It was at this meeting that the dean of the art school told them that there were “too many white professors, too many heterosexual men,” and that it would be best to hire a minority or a woman, or a gay man.

Serban, who was the director of the hiring committee, says that he was told that it could not be someone like him because he is a man that has been “married, a heterosexual man who has children.”

The professor says that he then asked if they could choose a straight white male if the most qualified candidate happened to be so, and was promptly told that they could not. “I felt like I was living under communism again,” he said.

The incident has gained national coverage from democratic political commentators like Tim Pool who does a good job of breaking it all down in video (perfect for watching while doing dishes):

The incident was completely ignored by the main stream news sites like CNN and MSNBC. Why is that? Hmmmmm….