Cultural Marxism – Part 3 – Political Correctness

In the previous posting dealing with Cultural Marxism (CM), it was shown that one must view political correctness issues at two levels: (1) the goals and objectives – what CM is intending to do, even if hidden, and (2) the propaganda level – how it accomplishes its goals and objectives. As described in the previous… Continue reading Cultural Marxism – Part 3 – Political Correctness

Cultural Marxism – Part 2 – Goals and Objectives

In the past 20-30 years, the suffix “phobic” has been added to a certain words to create new classes of antipathy.  In the “old days”, words like “claustrophobic” and “acrophobic” were used to denote negative states of mind relative to certain external stimuli.  These kinds of words originated from the medical community, psychological branch.   The… Continue reading Cultural Marxism – Part 2 – Goals and Objectives

Cultural Marxism — Part 1 — Overview

Political correctness has its origins in the Frankfurt School (FS) of Marxism, beginning in the 1920’s, whereby communist intellectuals re-cast Marxist communism from economic into cultural terms: the result is known as Cultural Marxism (CM).  These individuals set out to undertake what they termed the “long march” through the various pillars of Western culture, with… Continue reading Cultural Marxism — Part 1 — Overview