Introduction To Cultural Marxism

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An Introduction to Cultural Marxism
'I believe in nothing and am tolerant of everything!'
In the introduction to Cultural Marxism – Social Chaos, the author explains what is happening in the west and the reality behind social chaos, progressivism and the emerging police state. All you ever wanted to know concerning the attempts to disguise the radical beliefs of Obama, Clinton and Sanders. This brief introduction includes the best explanatory links and videos from across the web. For an American audience fixated on equality and socialism; this documentary is a progressive European Union in reality and this is the result of multiculturalism in Europe (discretionary viewing advised).
Amid the resulting social chaos, nations begin to collapse,
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The diverse modern-day revolution occurs not from the huddled starving masses standing on the barricades, but from the multicultural soothing tones of a media politician and the calming advice of a politically correct social worker. The new gulags are government-subsidised housing and entitlement welfare provides bread for all.
The effects of cultural Marxism
Social justice agenda warriors (cultural terrorists), using identity politics and safe space coalitions provide delusions of a multicultural utopia, replacing the old revolutionary slogans of class struggle. Meanwhile, political correctness ensures a dumbed down, think-a-like consensus with an equality of conformity.
As free speech takes on aspects of totalitarianism, the modern social liberals chant the compulsory mantras of buzzwords and politically correct sound bites. Consequently, from this, arise present-day beliefs that poverty occurs because the rich are wealthy and the failure of multiculturalism becomes an achievement. The subcultural of sexual deviancy assumes a lifestyle choice and racist accusations extend beyond the individual to include institutional
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Now through the undermining of schools and teacher’s authority, the breakdown of family values and in the diversity of religion, the three pillars of Western society. From class to culture, the former hippies, terrorists, and radicals became leaders of finance, education, and nations, helping to introduce yet another generation of Lenin’s 'useful idiots' to cultural Marxism.

"True revolutionaries do not flaunt their radicalism. They cut their hair, put on suits, and infiltrate the system from within." Alinsky, Saul David. Rules for Radicals. N.p.: Vintage, 1972. Print.
Back to the future – when fantasy met reality
The revolution has already begun; from communism to liberal fascism and on to progressivism, the élite1% politicians, bankers and corporations now control the west and the utopia seeking social justice warriors got homosexual 'rights' and mass state dependency
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