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sfmaga 5 points ago +5 / -0

What an example of cultural pervasion, to blindly and wholeheartedly accept anti-American ideas and values while labeling anything pro-American "political", to say the least.

There is no backtracking fully exposed treason.

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NeverNotTrump 5 points ago +5 / -0

The Board of Ed should require these administrators to carry out these flags at each game for the rest of the season.

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Gulleyfoyleismyname 5 points ago +5 / -0

It's showing they're commies.

If you associate the Thin Blue Line and the Thin Red Line as pertaining to a particular political ideology and is therefore offensive, you are unquestionably biased and are probably a commie.

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hokeypokeypollock 4 points ago +4 / -0

Stealing this, also agree wholeheartedly.

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iwontsubmit 4 points ago +5 / -1

They backtracked. Win!

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IncredibleMrE1 9 points ago +9 / -0

Not a win. Those commie pinko fags are still in charge of your children's brainwashing.

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Pepeinfinite 4 points ago +4 / -0

They need to be fired in disgrace and have their teaching license (do you need a license) revoked permanently so they can’t slink in to some new school district.

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AmericanFreedom 1 point ago +1 / -0

BLM can be endorsed (celebrate cop murder), but to endorse those who answer your cries for help is wrong.

Fire these fucks. Ffs this is soo wrong. Shocking the degree of censureship placed on one group (right).

Those leaders are anti-American. Anti-human rights. Why are they in charge?

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Cyber1776 4 points ago +5 / -1

Heres some apologetics on Cultural Marxism bc you are bound to run into some normie democrat if you use this term who will say "HURR cultural marxism isnt real! Its a right wing boogeyman and something the NAZIs made up!" This is going to be long as fuck, but worth it.

So the term 'Cultural Marxism' is a pretty controversial one among anyone who leans left. They will argue something along the lines of "Cultural Marxism is a term created by the nazis, and it is therefore a nazi idea! This means anyone who uses it in that context outs themselves as following national socialist viewpoints" But that is complete nonsense. The closes thing I ever see presented as evidence for this is that Nazis used the term "Cultural Bolshevism" which isnt even the same term at all, they just both have "Cultural" in them, and secondly, cultural Bolshevism was specifically a term used for art.

The more important point is that actual left wingers actually used the term "Cultural Marxism" to refer to their own ideology. Specific examples are Richard R. Weiner's 1981 book 'Cultural Marxism and Political Sociology', 'Cultural Marxism in Postwar Britain', by Dennis Dworkin, 'Conversations on Cultural Marxism', by Fredric Jameson, and 'Cultural Marxism and Cultural Studies' by Professor Douglas Kellner. And its important to note that Jameson and Douglas Kellner literally made their career on being Cultural Marxist who studied and teach The Frankfurter Schools brand of Marxism. So if the left wing argument is that 'Cultural Marxism' is a term created by the nazi and used by far right conspiracy theorist today, this is just factually wrong considering the number of Frankfurt School theorist who have used the term to describe their own ideas.

In fact, the real origin of the term comes not from nazi propaganda like left wingers constantly lie about, but a critical theorist named Trent Schroyder in his book from the 1970s The Critique of Domination: The Origins and Development of Critical Theory.

[This is a really great article that covers what I just said in much more detail]

So now that we have established that Cultural Marxism isnt an invention of nazi propaganda and/or a right wing conspiracy theory, then what exactly is it? At this point, most leftist will have to concede that they were called out on this lie, and move the goalpost to an argument along the lines of "Well okay, sure some leftist do use the term cultural marxism, and yes that may actually exist as an idea...BUT, you simply dont understand it. Cultural Marxism is just a way of analyzing art. Thats it! Did you know Adorno hated jazz? Hes practically a conservative!" But its pretty straight forward. Cultural Marxism is simply analyzing culture through a marxist lense. Thats it. This isnt even some crazy fringe strand of marxism either considering Maos cultural revolution was all about purging perceived anti-marxist aspects of chinese culture from the Peoples Republic. And Famed left wing intellectual Zizek made a movie all about looking at famous movies and digging out the hidden capitalist propaganda hidden within them, everything from the matrix to the sound of music to coca cola commercials.

But from the article I listed, theres this definition of it

“Cultural Marxism was no conspiracy, but it is also no mere right-wing “phantasmagoria.” It was and remains a coherent intellectual program, a constellation of dangerous ideas. Aspects of these ideas, to their credit, brought the West’s dirty laundry into the limelight and inaugurated a period of necessary housecleaning that was, indeed, overdue. But their obsessive focus on our societal dirt—real and perceived “injustice,” “oppression,” “privilege,” “marginalization” and the like—quickly became a pathological compulsion. We started to see dirt everywhere. We cleansed and continue to cleanse ourselves tirelessly but are never satisfied, always eager to uncover more dirty deeds and historical sins and stage more ritualized purges. We end up throwing out the baby with the bathwater. And all our hard-won collective attainments and achievements, all that is great and good and glorious in our midst, gets swept up, spat on and discarded with the rest of the trash.“

And heres is the opening paragraph of 'Cultural Marxism and Cultural Studies' by Douglas Kellner (again, this guy is a critical theorist and is using the term cultural marxism to describe his own ideas)

“Many different versions of cultural studies have emerged in the past decades. While during its dramatic period of global expansion in the 1980s and 1990s, cultural studies was often identified with the approach to culture and society developed by the Centre for Contemporary Cultural Studies in Birmingham, England, their sociological, materialist, and political approaches to culture had predecessors in a number of currents of cultural Marxism. Many 20th century Marxian theorists ranging from Georg Lukacs, Antonio Gramsci, Ernst Bloch, Walter Benjamin, and T.W. Adorno to Fredric Jameson and Terry Eagleton employed the Marxian theory to analyze cultural forms in relation to their production, their imbrications with society and history, and their impact and influences on audiences and social life. Traditions of cultural Marxism are thus important to the trajectory of cultural studies and to understanding its various types and forms in the present age.”

So the whole SJW movement, the ever creeping woke culture of the left, thats simply the product of cultural marxism.

And as a last ditch effort, some leftist will simply link to the wikipedia article on Critical Theory, which has a section dedicated to the "cultural marxist conspiracy theory" as if thats it lol. But the wikipedia page on that is actually locked and edited, but here is the archived copy of the original content of that page.

https://rudd-o.com/archives/cultural-marxism

It list out everything on what cultural marxism actually is, all with primary sources. Again, this isnt even a secret. These leftist thinkers all made their ideas very transparent, which is what all the sources for this article are.

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Malsikcuf 1 point ago +2 / -1

Oh look, someone who thinks they can reason with commies still...

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AmericanFreedom 1 point ago +1 / -0

thank you I am reading

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freewillsetstruth 4 points ago +4 / -0

Must have been those critical race theory classes they attended!

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AmericanFreedom 2 points ago +2 / -0

So what if it's a political statement? So is kneeling for an organization that celebrates cop murders.

The fact they have to say 'noooo it isnt i'd be wrong if it was political' is bullshit.

Freedom. Equal rights to speech.