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Sat Sep 26, 2020, 06:19 AM

"1776" history project :"cultural marxism?"

what is trump talking about? critical race theory? cultural marxism? if the history professors at auburn had any kind of liberal bias it didn't help me too much.

anyway, i went down this rathole last night and it leads to the usual places, but i'll limit this thread to "cultural marxism."

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cultural_Marxism_conspiracy_theory

it seems too many rational people correctly identify their "political correctness" as common courtesy. their rebranding solution : "cultural marxism."

the agenda of the "cultural marxists is ......


Codification of hate crimes
Causing constant social changes to provoke confusion
Teaching children sex and homosexuality
Weakening the authority of schools and teachers
Mass immigration to destroy national identity
Promoting alcoholism
Reducing church attendance
Weakening the legal system and causing it to be biased against crime victims
Making people dependent on the state or welfare
Controlling the media
Encouraging family breakdown

of course, each of these items has its own rathole, but in whole and in part this business is another strawman the rwnjs have created to make us look like crazy commies out to grab their guns and force them to evolve.

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AlCarroll Oct 2020 #1

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Sun Oct 18, 2020, 07:41 PM

1. It's conspiracy thinking

 

by people who don't know or care about facts.
Marx argued culture was unimportant window dressing.
For him, culture was just the superstructure, the covering, while economics was the structure.
And that's been rejected by pretty much all social scientists.

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