Have you seen this story? If you get your news from Pravda West, I bet you haven’t:
“We were invited to attend the event, obviously, and I will say it was an invitation, but we were certainly highly encouraged to go as a part of our ‘cultural transformation’ initiative,” he said. “And he went into the whole conversation about pilgrims. And it was at that point that I said, ‘I’m done’ and I got up and left.”
Cultural transformation: does that sound familiar?
OK, first, let’s look at the definition of racism:
Definition of RACISM
2: racial prejudice or discrimination
OK, so the “instructor” in this video is not saying minorities are better than whites – at least, not directly — but this is certainly the intended implication. And that should remind you of this, because it is a clear example of what this post is explaining:
Now, keep in mind, this program is government policy. That makes this “systemic.” By any measure of the concept, this video/program is a clear example of racism. Only, the racism in this case is from a minority toward the majority. I think there’s a word associated with this practice: apartheid (it’s also one of the primary differences between communism and fascism).
Now, let’s look at the term “cultural transformation.” This is actually an extension of Cultural Marxism:
‘Cultural Marxism’ and ‘critical theory’ are concepts developed by a group of German intellectuals, who, in 1923 in Germany, founded the Institute of Social Research at Frankfurt University. The Institute, modeled after the Marx-Engels Institute in Moscow, became known as the Frankfurt School . In 1933, when the Nazis came to power in Germany, the members of the Frankfurt School fled to the United States. While here, they migrated to major U.S. universities (Columbia, Princeton, Brandeis, and California at Berkeley). These intellectual Marxists included Herbert Marcuse, who coined the phrase, ‘make love, not war,’ during the anti-Vietnam War demonstrations.
Today, we know Cultural Marxism as “Political Correctness,” (or “social engineering) and it is designed to shield the political arm of this movement: the arm whose expressed purpose is the destruction of the United States as founded:
America today is dominated by a system of beliefs, attitudes and values that we have come to know as “Political Correctness.” For many it is an annoyance and a self parodying joke. But Political Correctness is deadly serious in its aims, seeking to impose a uniformity of thought and behavior on all Americans. It is therefore totalitarian in nature. Its roots lie in a version of Marxism which sees culture, rather than the economy, as the site of class struggle.
This means that this program is part of a concerted campaign – by those in our government – to change this nation by changing our culture. And since that change is being forced on us through programs such as this one and mandatory regulations on captive groups such as the military and our school children (which takes you back to this post – are you starting to see how this progressive web has been spun throughout our entire society yet?).
The conclusion here is simple:
America, your federal government is at war against you, and they are using institutional racism to wage it!