genisis of political correctness

Cultural Marxism is the radical political philosophy that is transforming America. The primary tool used to leverage this philosophy is Political Correctness. The incubator of this philosophy was the Marxist think-tank, the Frankfurt School.

The Frankfurt School was formed in Germany as the Institute of Social Research (Institut für Sozialforschung) at Frankfurt University in 1923 by a group of German intellectuals who shared a common belief in Karl Marx’s theory of Historical Materialism.

In 1933, when Hitler became Chancellor of Germany, the Institute closed its doors in Frankfurt and re-organized itself in the United States, principally at Columbia University -- but some of them headed to where dreams are made -- Hollywood.


These "intellectuals" were influenced by the failure of working-class revolutions in Western Europe after World War I and by the rise of Nazism, these men set out to select the parts of Marx's thought that might apply to social conditions that Marx had never experienced. They then drew on other schools of thought, including Sigmund Freud, to fill in what they perceived to be Marx's omissions, resulting in the concept of the "Cultural Revolution," first postulated by the Italian Marxist, Antonio Gramsci.

Gramsci observed that the traditional concept of revolution and revolutionary strategy were dead. Marxists needed to wage a cultural revolution -- one directed toward the cultural establishment, including the morality of the existing society, with its goal being the complete disintegration of the system.

A modern utopia could then be constructed by idealistic intellectuals, the elites, who would turn Western civilization upside down. This utopia would be a product of their imagination and one not open to criticism, a measure of what would work in a modern society. These ideas came to be known as "Critical Theory."

Their emphasis on the "critical" component of theory was a strategy to overcome the positivism and materialism of the United States, with an emphasis on negation and contradiction. The Cliff Notes version of Critical Theory was and is, "criticize everything."

An example of this exercise is the vilification of the Founding Fathers as "sexist, slave-owning, 18th century white men in wigs and breeches" -- and it works for a large segment of the population.

Critical theory rejects the ideal of Western Civilization in the age of modern science. Validating theory by empirical evidence was condemned as vastly overrated. Only the elite were able to fashion truths from the observation of the evidence. There would be no need to test hypotheses against observation or experience. The superior mind of the elite would decide which truths were true -- and which were not.

One of the basic tenets of Critical Theory was the need to break down the contemporary family. The Institute scholars preached that even a partial breakdown of parental authority in the family might tend to increase the readiness of a coming generation to accept social change. The "generation gap" of the 1960's and the "gender gap" of the 1990's are two of the elite's successes in transforming American culture into their Marxist utopia -- the "Quiet Revolution."

The quiet revolution is one that could be diffused throughout a culture, over a period of time, to destroy it from within. Since the civilized world had been thoroughly saturated with Christianity for 2,000 years, a culture based on this religion could only be captured from within. Applying psychology to break these traditions, beliefs, morals, and will of a people, could be accomplished quietly and without the possibility of resistance.

Willi Munzenberg, the German Communist political activist and the first head of the Young Communist International bragged, "We will make the West so corrupt that it stinks."

Gramsci insisted that alliances with other leftist groups would be essential to victory. These would include radical feminist groups, extremist environmental organizations, so-called civil rights movements, homosexual activists, anti-police associations, internationalist-minded groups, liberal church denominations, and others. Working together, these groups could create a united front working for the destructive transformation of the Judeo-Christian culture of the West.

By winning "cultural hegemony," Gramsci pointed out that they could control the deepest wellsprings of human thought through the medium of mass psychology. Indeed, men could be made to "love their servitude." In terms of the gospel of the Frankfurt School, resistance to cultural Marxism could be completely negated by placing the resister in a psychic iron cage. The tools of mass psychology could be applied to produce this result.

The essential nature of Gramsci’s revolutionary strategy is reflected in a 1990's book, "The Greening of America." In this book, Charles Reich writes, “There is a revolution coming. It will not be like revolutions of the past. It will originate with the individual and the culture, and it will change the political structure as its final act. It will not require violence to succeed, and it cannot be successfully resisted by violence. This is the revolution of the New Generation." Of course this New Generation would be Reich’s elite Boomer generation and the mantra for these New Age "foot soldiers" of the Frankfurt School prophets, would be "have the courage to change."

Herbert Marcuse, who was greatly influenced by the writings of Gramsci, was one of the most prominent Frankfurt School promoters of social revolution among college and university students in the 1960s. It was Marcuse that originated the "make love, not war" slogan.

In 1919, Marxist theorist Georg Lukacs said, "Who will save us from Western Civilization?" Fifty years later, on college campuses, students were chanting, "hey hey, ho ho, Western Civ has got to go." Where do you think they got that?

Most Americans do not yet realize that they are being led by social revolutionaries who think in terms of the destruction of the existing social order in order to create a new social order in the world. These revolutionaries are the New Age elite Boomers, the New Totalitarians (think John Kerry). They now control every public institution in the United States of America. Their quiet revolution, which began with the counter-culture revolution of their youth, is nearly complete. It is based on the intellectual foundation of the cultural Marxists of the Frankfurt School. Its completion depends on keeping the American male and non-feminist female in their psychic iron cage.

Cultural Marxism is a marriage of Marx and Freud and was introduced into mainstream American life over a period of thirty years.

In classical Marxism, workers and peasants, are good, and the bourgeoisie and capital owners are evil. In Cultural Marxism, feminist women, blacks, Hispanics, homosexuals and other minorities are good. These "victim groups" have replaced the peasant and are automatically "good," regardless of what any of them do or don't do.

Similarly, white males and non-feminist females, the equivalent of the bourgeoisie in economic Marxism, are automatically condemned as "evil" -- except for those white people who promote the racist concept of "white people are evil." They're good. Got it?

Central to the Frankfurt School's studies was the concept of the "Authoritarian Personality." That's men -- and independent women. This concept describes a number of qualities, which according to the theories of Theodor Adorno and his colleagues, predict one's potential for fascist and anti-democratic leanings and behaviors.

The Frankfurt School theorized that the "authoritarian personality" is a product of the patriarchal family (family = bad). This idea is in turn directly connected to Frederich Engels’ "The Origins of the Family, Private Property and the State," that promotes matriarchy. It was Karl Marx who wrote about the radical notion of a "community of women" in the Communist Manifesto and who wrote disparagingly about the idea that the family was the basic unit of society in "The German Ideology" of 1845.

The concept of the "Authoritarian Personality" prepared the way for the subsequent warfare against the masculine gender promoted by Herbert Marcuse and his band of social revolutionaries under the guise of "women’s liberation" and the New Left movement in the 1960s, "Matriarchal Theory."

The transformation of American culture envisioned by the Cultural Marxists is based on matriarchal theory. That is, they propose transforming American culture into a female-dominated one. This is a direct throwback to Wilhelm Reich, a Frankfurt School member who considered matriarchal theory in psychoanalytic terms. In 1933, he wrote in "The Mass Psychology of Fascism" that matriarchy was the only genuine family type of natural society.

Eric Fromm, another charter member of the Institute, was also one of the most active advocates of matriarchal theory. Fromm was especially taken with the idea that all love and altruistic feelings were ultimately derived from the maternal love necessitated by the extended period of human pregnancy and postnatal care. Love was thus not dependent on sexuality, as Freud had supposed. In fact, Fromm observed, sex was more often tied to hatred and destruction.

Masculinity and femininity were not reflections of essential sexual differences, as the romantics had thought. They were derived instead from differences in life functions, which were in part socially determined. This dogma was the precedent for today's radical feminist pronouncements.

Abraham Maslow was a member of the Frankfurt school. His contribution was the "The Art of Facilitation," a manual used during sensitivity' training. Teachers were indoctrinated not to teach but to facilitate. Maslow's manual describes the techniques developed by Kurt Lewin and others to change a person's world view via participation in small-group encounter sessions.

Teachers were to become amateur group therapists. The classroom became the center of self-examination, therapeutic circles where children, and later on, military personnel, talked about their own subjective feelings. This technique was designed to convince children they were the sole authority in their own lives.

Maslow, who was the founder of Third Force Humanist Psychology and a promoter of the psychotherapeutic classroom, wrote, "...the next step in personal evolution is a transcendence of both masculinity and femininity to general humanness."

He wrote that stuff eighty years ago and look at what took too much space in the media in the last year -- transgenderism and other gender psychoses.

In the 50s, unsophisticated anti-communists went after the "Red Threat" in Hollywood oblivious to the Frankfurt School's agenda of a "culture war." They spent so much time looking for subliminal revolutionary messages in Hollywood's films that they failed to take note of the fact that the movie industry was increasingly turning out trash films that glorified sex, murder, and drug abuse. Had they studied the twisted writings of Horkheimer and Adorno, or their Hollywood fellow travelers Huxley and Isherwood, they would have realized, long ago, that the name of the game was psycho-cultural subversion.

As early as the 1950's, Adorno was writing, in various "critical theory" journals, that once the majority of Americans had been trapped into spending their leisure time in front of the television set or the movie theater screen, the process of destroying "bourgeois capitalist society" would be completed. Aldous Huxley described this process of brainwashing, enhanced by psychedelic drug use, as a "kind of concentration camp without tears," and as the "final revolution."

At the same time that Hollywood was being invaded by Frankfurt School members and their fellow travelers, the American educational system, from kindergarten to postgraduate, was also being assailed by the same dedicated apparatchiks.

It may be difficult to comprehend how the breakdown in our schools and our universities, indeed, the very fiber of our culture is a product of a tiny group of "intellectuals" who immigrated from Germany in the early 1930s, but look around. What do you see?

It is important to realize that this movement, "Cultural Marxism" exists. You witness it every day. You should understand where it came from and what its objectives were and are -- the complete destruction of Western Civilization in America. These cultural Marxists aim to destroy, slowly but surely, from the bottom up, the entire fabric of American Civilization.

We are dealing with a long-term, brilliantly conceived operation. The men of thought and action who devised it had the foresight to understand what had to be done and to carry it out consistently by selecting priority sectors -- universities, music, media broadcasting, psychological and educational action -- to put at their service the networks which were offered to them. They succeeded beyond their wildest dreams.

Elite Boomers (think Tom Hayden and Bill Ayers) from the 60s are in positions of power in the United States, they are completing their work of destroying every institution that has been built up over 200 years of American history.

Pay attention and do your research . . .