Australia: Cultural Marxism at Work
Christmas, Easter and even Australia Day are under attack in Australia. More and more food items are being branded HALAL, Australia’s culture is being erased step by step.
So let’s cover the instant reaction, Oh, You’re a racist, well no I am not, I do not agree with changing Australia, USA, Europe, The Middle East or Asia, to conform with someone else’s sensitivities, every Sovereign nation has a duty to protect and preserve it’s cultural heritage.
Political Correctness and Multi-Cultralism is now the order of the day, it is not what it looks like, it is not racism, it is a long term move to control the population.
What is the end game? Communism, the ascension of the political class to elite status and the crushing of your heritage.
Political Correctness and Multi-Cultralism are the gateway to communism, this is not a crackpot conspiracy theory, this is the reality. The Politicians in Australia ALP and Liberals will consolidate power and it’s members will seek to control every part of your life.
In Australia you are taxed in to non-existance, your issue with foreign ownership is a gap, it is a gap that should not exist, how can it be that people from other countries can afford to buy in Australia and you can not? Because you are buried in excess taxes.
Cultural Marxism is a branch of Marxist ideology formulated by the Frankfurt School, which had its origins the early part of the twentieth century.
Cultural Marxism comprises much of the foundation of Political correctness. It emerged as a response of European Marxist intellectuals disillusioned by the early political failures of conventional economic Marxist ideology. This is the new doorway.
The central idea of Cultural Marxism is to soften up and prepare Western Civilization for economic Marxism after a gradual, relentless, sustained attack on every institution of Western culture, including schools, literature, art, film, the Judeo-Christian religious tradition, the family, sexual mores, etc. The attacks are usually framed in Marxist terms as a class struggle between oppressors and oppressed; the members of the latter class allegedly include women, minorities, homosexuals, and adherents of non-Western religions such as Islam.
While Marx’s Communist Manifesto focused on the alleged class struggle between bourgeois (owners of the means of production) and proletariat (workers), Marx did address culture, which he intimated would change after his economic vision was implemented. Patrick Buchanan argues that Cultural Marxism succeeded where Marx failed.