Political Correctness Bites The Hand That Wields It

PC Water Torture: Protecting The PC Narrative

Sooner Or Later, Tyranny Bites The Hand That Helped To Prop It Up

This post is connected to the Liberal/Progressive media narrative in America.  To some extent, it applies to all government-controlled media everywhere, but this post focuses on stories dealing specifically with American media and the tyranny of political correctness.  What we call political correctness is actually the shield to a movement that – if memory serves — stems from the Frankfurt School of Germany and dates back to the influx of Marxist disciples who first established themselves at Columbia University.  I will write a post on this in the near future, but the point I want to focus on in this post is that political correctness was intentionally designed to shut down any opposition to the Communist agenda in America (the sword).  The accusation of racism is just one example of how this PC shield works. But this post is more than an explanation of how the shield came to be, it is a demonstration of another law of reality: sooner or later, the tactics of tyranny are turned against the very people who used them to put that tyranny in place.  This is the twofold point of this post.

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It starts with this story:

Why So Many Celebs Silent on Syria? Left-Wing Actor Says They Fear ‘Anti-Black’ Label by ‘Being Opposed to Obama’

“A lot of people don’t want to feel anti-black by being opposed to Obama,” Ed Asner tells The Hollywood Reporter.

This is a polite way of saying that a lot of people in Hollywood are too afraid of being called a racist if they oppose Obama’s political agenda.  It is also a tacit admission that opposing the Obama Administration can lead to the ruin of one’s career.  Now, to be sure, Asner does not say this directly, but then, he does tell us why he isn’t afraid to speak out himself:

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