Is Cultural Marxism Just a Right-Wing Conspiracy Theory?

 

A recent post triggered my thinking on the state of our country, especially regarding a topic I’m especially drawn to: transgenderism. I suggested in a comment that this field is nothing more than human experimentation backed by the government. We have a government that is insisting on allowing children to mutilate their bodies and deny their gender. The government’s intrusion is just another way for them to destroy our commitment to Western beliefs and values; men can be women and women can be men. The sanctity of our bodies is a non-issue.

But I realized that these “human experiments” are only part of an agenda to transform our society. We have become part of a movement which ironically denies that it even exists, yet continues to make inroads into our traditions of the rule of law, education, US history, free speech, and condemnation of rioting and violence. What is this movement?

Cultural Marxism.

Imagine my surprise, however, when I learned that the term cultural Marxism is just part of a right-wing conspiracy theory. This is the way the Left sees it:

Cultural Marxism, as it is described by today’s right-wing commentators, is just a repackaged version of the age-old conservative complaint about diversity. Whether it’s sexuality, gender, race, religion, or otherwise: it is a threat to Western culture.

To take their definition further, they add these points:

Conservatives have successfully rewritten history by retroactively shoehorning an idea that never actually existed into the past, and then claiming that all of Western civilization has been infected with it.

What the right-wing calls cultural Marxism can be explained by far less nefarious means. As oppressed groups—women, minorities, LGBTQ+ folks—gain the tools of liberation, such as the internet and civil rights protections, they will have an influence on culture. The systems that were created to oppress them—the patriarchy, the nuclear family, white supremacy—will then recede.

The Left is claiming that we have created the term, cultural Marxism, to fight their agenda of prioritizing the needs of what they define as oppressed groups, because we feel threatened by them. The fact is, we do feel threatened, even outraged, by the steps the Left is taking to marginalize us. The Left assumes that we have created a hateful, destructive, and cruel society because we refuse to agree with their premise that some people deserve “more equality” than the greater population. Our insistence on providing opportunities, not advantages; believing in fairness and truth; honoring our past rather than discrediting it: all of these are turning our society into a bastion of ideas that allow us to live in the freedom that this country stands for. Yet we have gradually allowed the Left to undermine our way of life.

What are the many ways that the Left has betrayed our Founders and the Constitution?

Conjuring up cases for the J6 protestors that are based on lies and hidden evidence and then imprisoning them; refusals to release files to Republicans in Congress regarding a multitude of investigations; efforts to remove Trump from state ballots; creating bizarre court cases to hamstring Trump in his election plans; suppressing information by calling it “misinformation” when it contradicts the government positions; controlling the social media sites; revising U.S. history to mischaracterize our foundations; sexualizing our children by trying to put pornographic books in our school libraries; inhibiting free speech on college campuses, while at the same time allowing unacceptable abuses of some Jewish students; accepting open borders and threatening national security; accepting rioting and violence; claiming that we are destroying our democracy (which is not a democracy) but a Constitutional Republic; demanding that citizens submit to an untested vaccine and insisting on lockups and masks; insisting that people purchase impractical electric vehicles without a supportive infrastructure.

These are just the tip of the iceberg.

All of these examples have certain attributes in common: (1) the government assumes that they know what is best for its citizens; (2) they have no misgivings about limiting, even cancelling, our freedoms; (3) they have a blatant disregard and even disdain for our traditions and norms; (4) they ignore any problems that arise from their decisions; (5) they lie about the source of problems, usually blaming Republicans; (6) they refuse to enforce the current laws; (7) they favor “disadvantaged” groups to support equity, often putting people’s safety and wellbeing at risk.

Again, this is only a partial list, and you are welcome to add to it.

We see glimmers that the ship may be turning. The fact that the Left is discrediting Cultural Marxism when they once claimed they were cultural Marxists is a positive sign. Governors and parents are taking a hard look at their schools and the curriculum; appeals to the Supreme Court are beginning to favor traditional values; state governments are forbidding transgender surgeries for minors; people are backing away from buying electric vehicles.

People are finally realizing that we can fight against this takeover of our country.

The Left is relentless in establishing its power and primacy; it may seem like every victory we attain is followed by another insidious Leftist plan. But we must persist. We must keep trying to fight this cultural war.

Whether the Left believes it is real, or not.

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  1. Ekosj Member
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    The greatest trick the devil ever pulled was convincing man he doesn’t exist … or words to that effect.

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  2. DonG (CAGW is a Scam) Coolidge
    DonG (CAGW is a Scam)
    @DonG

    Susan Quinn: Cultural Marxism

    It is not a conspiracy theory, it is a governing philosophy that defines the Left.  They could have chosen to just be commies, but they want the neo-Marxism too. 

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  3. Full Size Tabby Member
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    We on the right have to invent terms to describe what the left does because the left usually hides evil by using benign or even beneficial terms to describe their horrid practices. They hide their horrid practices using language in ways different from what most people associate with that language. “Anti-racism” hides actual racism. “Diversity” hides division and intolerance. “Tolerance” hides enforced collaboration. “Investment” hides forced taxation. “Ask” hides demands. And so forth. 

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  4. Susan Quinn Member
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    Full Size Tabby (View Comment):

    We on the right have to invent terms to describe what the left does because the left usually hides evil by using benign or even beneficial terms to describe their horrid practices. They hide their horrid practices using language in ways different from what most people associate with that language. “Anti-racism” hides actual racism. “Diversity” hides division and intolerance. “Tolerance” hides enforced collaboration. “Investment” hides forced taxation. “Ask” hides demands. And so forth.

    I agree. That’s why I was almost amused when they denied the attribute of cultural Marxism, when they fully embrace it.

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  5. CarolJoy, Not So Easy To Kill Coolidge
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    So at the risk of being called an “anti-vaxxer,” let me point out that many of the teens who succumb to the idea that they were born in the wrong body are young people on the autistic spectrum.

    Although I have no problem with labeling the transgender movement as part of the Marxist Left wing agenda that has been brought about as a de-stabilizing factor,  I think we also need to examine at least one of the physical factors that has brought us to this point.

    So what  is the factor that has us noticing  as a  society that  we now have such a  vulnerable population of teens and pre-teens in such high numbers?

    Being on the autism spectrum leads teenagers to feel different than the other kids. Of course, a lot of teenagers feel weird and have problems anyway. But is it not questionable as a society to  be okaying a “health” program that increases asperger’s and problems like ADHD in our children and in our grandchildren?

    That spectrum’s victims have gone from numbers reflecting one case of autism out of 10,000 children in the 1970’s, to the fact that right now, one child in 50 cases, or even fewer cases, has some type of autism diagnosis. (In the 1970’s, most children received 6 vaxxes. Now they receive over 70.)

    After the 1986 Vax Reform Act was passed in 1986, vaccine companies realized the tremendous amounts of profits they could garner if they saw to it that rules and regulations across the nation could demand that children be vaxxed up every three months of their lives in order to be part of society.

    Now what this  means is  that for a child to attend pre-school or grammar school, the child  would have to have received over 20 vaxxes to do it. The vax companies were supposed to issue one new rigorous safety investigation detailing the safety of each new vaccine that became part of a child’s vaccine intake.

    However, according to RFK Jr, his victorious lawsuit of 2018 against these companies revealed that despite the huge increase in numbers of vaccines now available to be jammed into the kids, not a single vaccine went through any type of reasonable study before being inflicted on the population.

    In the Amish community there has yet to be a single case of autism. What is different about the more “normal” kids in our population and the kids in Amish communities?

    No vaccines are given to Amish children.

    We are failing our children by signing on to a vaccine program that is insistent on injecting day old newborns with one of the riskier vaxxes out there, the hep b vaccine.

    By the end of that newborn’s first year of life, the baby will have had another 13 to 21 vaxxes injected into them.

    Meanwhile we have all these teens who are falling as easy prey for teachers, school counselors and school nurses in terms of convincing the teens that all their feelings of being different would go away if they simply changed genders.

    Circa the 1990’s, Theo Colburn did excellent work on the issue of pollutants that are now  present in our foods, and drinking  water which are able to mimic and then influence mammalian biology’s endocrine systems.  These toxins became known as being endocrine disruptors.

    The toxins which  she examined and their victims, reptiles ranging from frogs to lizards, indicated the future of humanity. Male reptiles had smaller phallic structures, produced less sperm and were less interested in mating. Hermaphrodites were far more common.

    It is being widely shown that currently a human male’s sperm is less viable now than one generation ago.

    Additionally, the fact that a teen must deal with a life spent on the autism spectrum also increases the likelihood of that teen being vulnerable to a suggestion by an authority figure that all will be well if only they undertake the “gender-affirming” surgery.

    Since we have up to now not insisted on having actually health-protecting  and wise health programs to influence the development and psychology of our youngsters, it appears that it is time to re-evaluate the childhood vaccine’s schedule.

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  6. Chuck Coolidge
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    Cultural Marxism is but a subset of Marxism: it[Marxism – edit] denies the Creator, rewrites history however it thinks best, and decries personal ownership.

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  7. EDISONPARKS Member
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    Everything uncomfortable to the (D) Left is a Right-Wing Conspiracy until it’s so obviously not a conspiracy, but rather undeniable reality, that the (D) Left narrative gradually swings to denying they ever said it was a Right-Wing Conspiracy.

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  8. Ekosj Member
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    Leftists deny the name but not the principles.   To them,  it’s intersectionality or inclusivity.   Everybody chooses the label that most animates their friends.

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  9. Susan Quinn Member
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    EDISONPARKS (View Comment):

    Everything uncomfortable to the (D) Left is a Right-Wing Conspiracy until it’s so obviously not a conspiracy, but rather undeniable reality, that the (D) Left narrative gradually swings to denying they ever said it was a Right-Wing Conspiracy.

    Excellent interpretation, EP. That’s exactly the case.

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  10. Jerry Giordano (Arizona Patriot) 🏴 Suspended
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    My own view is that the concept of “cultural Marxism” is not helpful.  It doesn’t seem, to me, to be a manifestation of “Marxism” in any meaningful sense.  Rather, it seems, to me, to be a manifestation of so-called Enlightenment Liberalism.

    All of the grievance groups favored by the Woke, so-called “cultural Marxists” seem to be fundamentally seeking “Liberty.”  They reject traditional social norms and the legal embodiment of those norms.  Most so-called conservatives, these days, generally seem to agree, on the basis of “Liberty.”

    The advocates for these various departures from, well, normalcy, tend to band together in so-called “identity groups.”  This isn’t particularly new.  Our Founders referred to such groups as “factions.”

    I do see the temptation to equate these liberation-seeking identity groups with some sort of Marxism.  The general theme is that the group is oppressed, victimized, and the subject of discrimination, like Marx’s proletariat.  They want to be set free from the oppression.  If the identity group is anything other than “the poor,” this doesn’t describe the ideology of Marxism. 

    So it’s called “cultural Marxism.”  The main point of this rhetoric is to accuse one’s political opponents of being Communists, essentially.

    This is the state of political discourse in the modern world.  Name-calling.  Classify your opponents as anything bad — fascist, Nazi, white supremacist, communist, socialist, Marxist, terrorist, war criminals, racists, anti-Semites, whatever — and presto!  They’re the forces of darkness!

    To do so, the label “cultural Marxist” seems, to me, to conflate a wide variety of political movements with Marxism, a specific theory of political economy that viewed the conflict between rich and poor as the most important factor driving human societies and history.

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  11. The Reticulator Member
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    Jerry Giordano (Arizona Patrio… (View Comment):
    My own view is that the concept of “cultural Marxism” is not helpful.  It doesn’t seem, to me, to be a manifestation of “Marxism” in any meaningful sense.  Rather, it seems, to me, to be a manifestation of so-called Enlightenment Liberalism.

    I agree with the first two sentences.  The third, probably not, but I’m not going to argue about it here.

    I have never understood what is accomplished by using the  term, even though people have tried to explain it to me. Does it help me to better oppose the people I want to oppose?  Does it help me understand them better in an “understand your enemy” kind of way?  Does it convince anybody else of anything?  Not that I can tell. 

    Slapping a label on a dangerous phenomenon is no substitute for understanding and opposing it.

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  12. Susan Quinn Member
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    The Reticulator (View Comment):

    Jerry Giordano (Arizona Patrio… (View Comment):
    My own view is that the concept of “cultural Marxism” is not helpful. It doesn’t seem, to me, to be a manifestation of “Marxism” in any meaningful sense. Rather, it seems, to me, to be a manifestation of so-called Enlightenment Liberalism.

    I agree with the first two sentences. The third, probably not, but I’m not going to argue about it here.

    I have never understood what is accomplished by using the term, even though people have tried to explain it to me. Does it help me to better oppose the people I want to oppose? Does it help me understand them better in an “understand your enemy” kind of way? Does it convince anybody else of anything? Not that I can tell.

    Slapping a label on a dangerous phenomenon is no substitute for understanding and opposing it.

    Good points, Reticulator. I think the association with Marxism helps, and I wonder if the “cultural” suggests that it is a communism that is adapted to the culture it is within. I’ll see if I can find more.

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  13. Susan Quinn Member
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    The Reticulator (View Comment):

    Jerry Giordano (Arizona Patrio… (View Comment):
    My own view is that the concept of “cultural Marxism” is not helpful. It doesn’t seem, to me, to be a manifestation of “Marxism” in any meaningful sense. Rather, it seems, to me, to be a manifestation of so-called Enlightenment Liberalism.

    I agree with the first two sentences. The third, probably not, but I’m not going to argue about it here.

    I have never understood what is accomplished by using the term, even though people have tried to explain it to me. Does it help me to better oppose the people I want to oppose? Does it help me understand them better in an “understand your enemy” kind of way? Does it convince anybody else of anything? Not that I can tell.

    Slapping a label on a dangerous phenomenon is no substitute for understanding and opposing it.

    I found this elaboration quite helpful, although it doesn’t help us understand Cultural Marxism today:

    https://clarionproject.org/2020/10/21/cultural-marxism-101/

     

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  14. Percival Thatcher
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    Susan Quinn (View Comment):

    The Reticulator (View Comment):

    Jerry Giordano (Arizona Patrio… (View Comment):
    My own view is that the concept of “cultural Marxism” is not helpful. It doesn’t seem, to me, to be a manifestation of “Marxism” in any meaningful sense. Rather, it seems, to me, to be a manifestation of so-called Enlightenment Liberalism.

    I agree with the first two sentences. The third, probably not, but I’m not going to argue about it here.

    I have never understood what is accomplished by using the term, even though people have tried to explain it to me. Does it help me to better oppose the people I want to oppose? Does it help me understand them better in an “understand your enemy” kind of way? Does it convince anybody else of anything? Not that I can tell.

    Slapping a label on a dangerous phenomenon is no substitute for understanding and opposing it.

    I found this elaboration quite helpful, although it doesn’t help us understand Cultural Marxism today:

    https://clarionproject.org/2020/10/21/cultural-marxism-101/

     

    The goal of Cultural Marxism is to destroy all cultural touchstones other than the Party. The Party will tell you what to do and what to think. Since the US doesn’t have a Royal Family to serve as national figures, they went to work on the Founding Fathers and recharacterized them as “slave-owning white men.” Since those were the guys who wrote the Constitution, it is a flawed work that coincidentally stands in their way. Judaism and Christianity are going to have to go too.

    Just because the Nazis said so too doesn’t make it wrong. The Nazis attempted to reconfigure Christianity by running off Christ.

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  15. Susan Quinn Member
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    Percival (View Comment):

    The goal of Cultural Marxism is to destroy all cultural touchstones other than the Party. The Party will tell you what to do and what to think. Since the US doesn’t have a Royal Family to serve as national figures, they went to work on the Founding Fathers and recharacterized them as “slave-owning white men.” Since those were the guys who wrote the Constitution, it is a flawed work that coincidentally stands in their way. Judaism and Christianity are going to have to go too.

    Just because the Nazis said so too doesn’t make it wrong. The Nazis attempted to reconfigure Christianity by running off Christ.

    A good summary, Percival. They are determined to discredit the Founding Fathers as part of the process to demonize this country. It’s sad and it’s dangerous.

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  16. The Reticulator Member
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    Susan Quinn (View Comment):

    The Reticulator (View Comment):

    Jerry Giordano (Arizona Patrio… (View Comment):
    My own view is that the concept of “cultural Marxism” is not helpful. It doesn’t seem, to me, to be a manifestation of “Marxism” in any meaningful sense. Rather, it seems, to me, to be a manifestation of so-called Enlightenment Liberalism.

    I agree with the first two sentences. The third, probably not, but I’m not going to argue about it here.

    I have never understood what is accomplished by using the term, even though people have tried to explain it to me. Does it help me to better oppose the people I want to oppose? Does it help me understand them better in an “understand your enemy” kind of way? Does it convince anybody else of anything? Not that I can tell.

    Slapping a label on a dangerous phenomenon is no substitute for understanding and opposing it.

    I found this elaboration quite helpful, although it doesn’t help us understand Cultural Marxism today:

    https://clarionproject.org/2020/10/21/cultural-marxism-101/

     

    I haven’t finished it yet, but so far it promises to be quite helpful.  Thx. 

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  17. Percival Thatcher
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    Susan Quinn (View Comment):

    Percival (View Comment):

    The goal of Cultural Marxism is to destroy all cultural touchstones other than the Party. The Party will tell you what to do and what to think. Since the US doesn’t have a Royal Family to serve as national figures, they went to work on the Founding Fathers and recharacterized them as “slave-owning white men.” Since those were the guys who wrote the Constitution, it is a flawed work that coincidentally stands in their way. Judaism and Christianity are going to have to go too.

    Just because the Nazis said so too doesn’t make it wrong. The Nazis attempted to reconfigure Christianity by running off Christ.

    A good summary, Percival. They are determined to discredit the Founding Fathers as part of the process to demonize this country. It’s sad and it’s dangerous.

    They are determined to dispense with anything that happened before they were born.

    It makes studying for history exams a whole lot easier if you burn all the history books.

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  18. DonG (CAGW is a Scam) Coolidge
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    Percival (View Comment):
    The goal of Cultural Marxism is to destroy all cultural touchstones other than the Party

    Marxism is not a goal, it is technique.  It is to divide a population and use the oppositional energy to achieve some other goal.  Marx envisioned a class based opposition, but that does not work in America.  The neo-Marxists (a better term than cultural Marxists) seek to divide Americans based on race, gender, and sexual activity.  It is also mixed with new-Maoism to establish a cult-like adherence to the actions.  The only way to win that game is to refuse to play.

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  19. Percival Thatcher
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    @Percival

    DonG (CAGW is a Scam) (View Comment):

    Percival (View Comment):
    The goal of Cultural Marxism is to destroy all cultural touchstones other than the Party

    Marxism is not a goal, it is technique. It is to divide a population and use the oppositional energy to achieve some other goal. Marx envisioned a class based opposition, but that does not work in America. The neo-Marxists (a better term than cultural Marxists) seek to divide Americans based on race, gender, and sexual activity. It is also mixed with new-Maoism to establish a cult-like adherence to the actions. The only way to win that game is to refuse to play.

    It’s the goal. Not everyone working for it know that it’s the goal.

    One thing you have to give the commies. They’ve come up with a use for idiots.

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  20. Susan Quinn Member
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    Percival (View Comment):

    DonG (CAGW is a Scam) (View Comment):

    Percival (View Comment):
    The goal of Cultural Marxism is to destroy all cultural touchstones other than the Party

    Marxism is not a goal, it is technique. It is to divide a population and use the oppositional energy to achieve some other goal. Marx envisioned a class based opposition, but that does not work in America. The neo-Marxists (a better term than cultural Marxists) seek to divide Americans based on race, gender, and sexual activity. It is also mixed with new-Maoism to establish a cult-like adherence to the actions. The only way to win that game is to refuse to play.

    It’s the goal. Not everyone working for it know that it’s the goal.

    One thing you have to give the commies. They’ve come up with a use for idiots.

    Actually I think it’s a technique and a goal. Cleverly gaining control of the society, and taking away everything that is precious to them–including freedom. 

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  21. Jim McConnell Member
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    Percival (View Comment):
    One thing you have to give the commies. They’ve come up with a use for idiots.

    Well put!

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  22. CarolJoy, Not So Easy To Kill Coolidge
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    Jerry Giordano (Arizona Patrio… (View Comment):

    My own view is that the concept of “cultural Marxism” is not helpful. It doesn’t seem, to me, to be a manifestation of “Marxism” in any meaningful sense. Rather, it seems, to me, to be a manifestation of so-called Enlightenment Liberalism.

    All of the grievance groups favored by the Woke, so-called “cultural Marxists” seem to be fundamentally seeking “Liberty.” They reject traditional social norms and the legal embodiment of those norms. Most so-called conservatives, these days, generally seem to agree, on the basis of “Liberty.”

    The advocates for these various departures from, well, normalcy, tend to band together in so-called “identity groups.” This isn’t particularly new. Our Founders referred to such groups as “factions.”

    I do see the temptation to equate these liberation-seeking identity groups with some sort of Marxism. The general theme is that the group is oppressed, victimized, and the subject of discrimination, like Marx’s proletariat. They want to be set free from the oppression. If the identity group is anything other than “the poor,” this doesn’t describe the ideology of Marxism.

    So it’s called “cultural Marxism.” The main point of this rhetoric is to accuse one’s political opponents of being Communists, essentially.

    This is the state of political discourse in the modern world. Name-calling. Classify your opponents as anything bad — fascist, Nazi, white supremacist, communist, socialist, Marxist, terrorist, war criminals, racists, anti-Semites, whatever — and presto! They’re the forces of darkness!

    To do so, the label “cultural Marxist” seems, to me, to conflate a wide variety of political movements with Marxism, a specific theory of political economy that viewed the conflict between rich and poor as the most important factor driving human societies and history.

    The issues by which the Marxists’ desires are  framed are vastly different today than in Russia in 1917.

    In Russia in 1917, people wanted to be paid for their labor in a decent manner. They wanted salaries that afforded them the ability to survive and ahve a bit on top of that. They wanted less brutal working conditions.

    That doesn’t fly among today’s youth. They want much more than that – they want to be freed entirely from the dreary task of getting out of their beds in the Am, going off to work and doing a job, with all the responsibility boredom etc that holding down a job may entail.

    They want a guaranteed income.

    And that is one reason why born-in-America young white voters will vote for Big Mike, Biden, or whomever it is that the Democrats will choose to have  on the ballot in 2024.

    The Left’s leaders are constantly pointing out how vulture capitalism has placed such a huge discrepancy between the modern day CEO of outfits like United Health, where the annual salary for that Org’s CEO is over 700 million bucks while workers make 10,000 times less than that.

    In the 1960’s, the average CEO – even in Fortune 500 companies – made only 32 to 55 times as much as the average worker.

    The Republicans don’t seem aware of this offering. But the offer  is exactly what is going on. On op of that, today’s young people are clueless about how their voting in more Marxists might give them a guaranteed income, but only if they adhere to the ever changing policies of Future America’s Mao TseTung.

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  23. DonG (CAGW is a Scam) Coolidge
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    Susan Quinn (View Comment):

    Percival (View Comment):

    DonG (CAGW is a Scam) (View Comment):

    Percival (View Comment):
    The goal of Cultural Marxism is to destroy all cultural touchstones other than the Party

    Marxism is not a goal, it is technique. It is to divide a population and use the oppositional energy to achieve some other goal. Marx envisioned a class based opposition, but that does not work in America. The neo-Marxists (a better term than cultural Marxists) seek to divide Americans based on race, gender, and sexual activity. It is also mixed with new-Maoism to establish a cult-like adherence to the actions. The only way to win that game is to refuse to play.

    It’s the goal. Not everyone working for it know that it’s the goal.

    One thing you have to give the commies. They’ve come up with a use for idiots.

    Actually I think it’s a technique and a goal. Cleverly gaining control of the society, and taking away everything that is precious to them–including freedom.

    Marxism is a variation of Critical Theory–all ills of society are blamed on class and oppression by property owners.    Marx thought the workers would revolt and some utopia would arise.  Utopia is goal.  Oneness with truth of communism is the goal. 

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  24. Zafar Member
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    It’s like Pizzagate….dang Pinkos…

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