This interview made by Frank Gaffney of the Center for Security Policy is of great quality. Stella Morabito seems to be getting it to the very core of the problem that we are facing as a civilization, our struggle against communism that did’t terminate with the fall of the Berlin Wall. It has continued to this day and we are a long way from victory. On Remembrance Day, it is our duty as citizens to understand the real cause of our problems and not to deflect them on secondary issues, even if they are important. Let’s hope everybody will reflect accordingly. I also join an article on the matter that she published at thefederalist website, and a second published on this platform as well by Ryan Fazio on the Gulag system.
Great job, Mr Levant. To see the whole conference by Bezmenov Levant refers to, see this ealier post. To continue studying the influence of marxist-leninist and socialist ideas in Quebec, check this other post as well. I join two other posts on the influence of such ideologies and their impact on western societies as a whole.
This video by The Free Congress Foundation presents the history of political correctness. In a nutshell, political correctness is the end result of cultural marxism. Cultural marxism was created to reformat classical marxism in a world where workers had proven not to be that interested in undertaking any significant revolutions. Early thinkers of cultural marxism, evolving in and around what came to be called the « Frankfurt School », tried to merge Freud and Marx in the same practical theory. This new version of marxism was basically saying that all humans were by default in a state of alienation and that they had to fight to liberate themselves from this cultural slavery. Of course, western civilization was identified as the big bad wolf. Incidently, the « Frankfurt School », originally founded under the name of the Institute for Marxism moved to the United States when Hitler took power, and was renamed the Institute for Social Research. In essence, the process of migration from classical marxism to cultural marxism corresponds to what has been labelled the « New Left ». That’s why totalitarians of all stripes, communists, Islamists, nazis, regroup under this umbrella today: they all have the same desire in common, i.e. to destroy western society. Among others, thinkers such as Herbert Marcuse, Theodor Adorno and Erich Fromm joined that school and were very influential.
N.B.: The Free Congress Foundation seems to be a rather right-wing organization, if not fascist in nature. In effect, they joined the attack on the Menwith Hill listening post in the U.K., an installation that is crucial to North American and United Kingdom’s national security. Their line-up includes, and he is featured in this video, Laszlo Pasztor, a fellow who is a veteran of the Arrow Cross, a fascist organization in Hungary that fought alongside with Nazi Germany. Nevertheless, this document remains a good representation of what political correctness is as a phenomenon, what problems it creates and toward what direction it drives societies. I just wanted to make that caveat before you watch the document.
To see others posts about the subversion of western societies, check these:
I present you a couple of Pat Condell’s last videos. The first deals with riots in Britain. You can feel and see his frustration and anger about the bunch of assholes who desecrated with their behavior the beautiful country that used to be England until recently. I share his frustrations. While the words might be a little harsh, tough, they nevertheless express the reality of things and that’s why it is important to hear them. The second deals about Norway’s killer, Anders Behring Breivik, the third about the treason and cowardice of the Left and all their pricks (who would have guessed?), and the last about the poison that is Islam for any society. These four videos relate to one another in substance as they deal with the slow descent of our society into fascism, whether we like it or not. It is always a pleasure to hear Pat Condell. His input is informative and relevant, while being most of the times funny and relaxing as well. In this era of political correctness, that is refreshing.