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Political Correctness Is Cultural Marxism

Discussion in 'Political Debate & Discussion' started by Revmitchell, Oct 27, 2008.

  1. Revmitchell

    Revmitchell Well-Known Member
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    Feb 18, 2006
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    .........The student leaders of the 1960s were encouraged by Marcuse’s cultural revolution statements such as:

    One can rightfully speak of a cultural revolution, since the protest is directed toward the whole cultural establishment; including the morality of existing society….there is one thing we can say with complete assurance. The traditional idea of revolution and the traditional strategy of revolution has ended. These ideas are old-fashioned…what we must undertake is a type of diffuse and dispersed disintegration of the system.”

    Many of the anti-American, flag burning, pot-smoking, pagan spiritualists of the counter cultural revolution are now college and university presidents, professors, and American textbook authors.

    T. Kenneth Cribb, Jr. wrote in a research paper entitled “Political Correctness in Higher Education” that:

    Perhaps the most disturbing aspect of the Politically Correct assault on the curriculum is that it has occurred at many of America’s elite universities. Take, for example, the case of Stanford University, an institution that has long played a leadership role in American higher education. Stanford eliminated its long-standing Western civilization requirement in 1988 and replaced it with a multicultural program known as “Cultures, Ideas, and Values.” Under this new program, freshman at Stanford can just as easily study Marxist revolutionaries in Central America as they can Plato, Shakespeare or Newton. Because elite institutions such as Stanford set an example for the rest of American higher education, other universities eagerly adopt these devastating assaults on the curriculum. This “trickle-down” effect will have a long-lasting impact on the way future generations of Americans will be educated. One distinguished scholar recently lamented that “higher education is increasingly about acquiring attitudes and opinions that one puts on like a uniform.”

    The best way to combat political correctness is to expose it for what it really is—Cultural Marxism. Equally important in defeating this anti-Christian, anti-American worldview is to not comply with its mandates. Call homosexuality what it is—sin. Expose feminism for what it is—anti-family, anti-father. Expose tolerance as moral relativism and intolerance toward those who don’t conform to their dictates of tolerance. Expose sensitivity training as an attempt to destroy freedom of speech and freedom of religion. Point out to your family and friends the consequences that cultural Marxism has had and is having on our faith, families, and freedoms.........

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  2. Ed Edwards

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    Aug 20, 2002
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    Wow! this got on Google about an hour before the post time of this post.

    What parts of Marxism are NOT cultural Marxism?

    Political Marxism?
    Financial Marxism?
    Religious Marxism? All Hail! King Mammon!

    etc, I'm sure