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ВLМ / Аntіfа are Сulturаl Маrxіst, Wоkе Саpіtаlіst, and аntі-whіte rасіst

17 Jul

Richard there is right.

But I think the clarification that they are Cultural Marxist is important; Сulturаl Маrxіsm uses some of the language of class struggle, but transfers it to race, and drops economics, in favour of full-out identity politics.

And it is completely coherent with Wоkе Саpіtаlіsm; they are all too happy to endorse Cultural Marxism, because it doesn’t attack them directly if they comply, and they think they can maximize profits thus. (That Cultural Marxism undermines them, and will turn on them in a dime, they seem oblivious to, utterly. Fools.)

 

5 responses to “ВLМ / Аntіfа are Сulturаl Маrxіst, Wоkе Саpіtаlіst, and аntі-whіte rасіst

  1. fuzziewuzziebear

    July 17, 2020 at 11:37 am

    I am surprised that they have not been set back by the gratuitous murder of that young woman near Indianapolis. They are fueled by hubris and their fall will be from a great height and spectacular.

     
    • Will S.

      July 17, 2020 at 12:16 pm

      Let’s pray! 🙂

       
  2. Gerry T. Neal

    July 17, 2020 at 7:36 pm

    Interestingly, almost all the members of the most important group of Cultural Marxists – the Frankfurt Institute of Social Research – were the sons of self-made capitalist millionaires. Felix Weil founded the think tank by talking his dad into giving it a huge endowment. Max Horkheimer, the Institute’s second director and the single most important figure in the development of Critical Theory, was the heir apparent to Moritz Horkheimer’s textile empire. Theodore W. Adorno was the son of a man who had made his fortune as a wine merchant. Also interestingly, Adorno is the exception to the rule that the Institute were all Jewish. His father, Oscar Wiesengrund – the W in Theodore W. Adorno was the Marxist’s father’s family name not a middle name – was born Jewish, but converted to Protestantism, probably for business reasons. His mother was a Catholic and she had him baptized and reared in her religion. She attached her last name – Adorno – to her husband’s to produce her son’s last name. He removed the hyphen, turned his father’s name into a middle initial, and went by his mother’s name after moving to the USA. His primary interest in musicology can also be traced to her – she and her sister were both professional musicians. So, ironically, he was Jewish only by Hitler’s standards.

     
    • Will S.

      July 17, 2020 at 11:40 pm

      Interesting history, indeed! Thanks Gerry! 🙂

       

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