MUST WATCH: Excellent summary of how the Frankfurt School’s ideas are destroying the West

Add to this Bill Whittle’s amazing video from 15 years ago or so, Stephen Coughlin’s brilliant paper on Leftist tactics, and the simple phrases: “With the left, the point is never the point. The Revolution is ALWAYS the point, and that the only metric that is actually in play today is that if it assists the revolution it is to be lauded, encouraged, and amplified. Even if the actions are illegal. But if it is a counter-revolutionary idea, it is to be crushed, accused of racism, white supremacy or any other attack term whether it applies or not. Or even if the actions and words are legal. In fact its better if it is, because the revolution requires an overhaul of the system, making illegal what is central to our constitutional freedoms, and making legal the things which we find anathema. Freedom of speech must be crushed, but the state, mutilating and sterilizing children too young to have a beer or get a tattoo, without their parents knowledge or consent in the name of transgender rights, that’s to be made immutable. In fact its now a crime to try and talk a child out of these procedures under the new deceptively named, “conversion therapy” ban.

Youtube has now for ‘some reason’, age restricted the Bill Whittle video. This probably means you have to sign in to see it, which means Google has to know who watches it. This video was fine for over a decade on Youtube without any restrictions. If this isn’t Orwell, what is. Below, the same video with no need to announce yourself as a counter-revolutionary before you watch it.

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7 Replies to “MUST WATCH: Excellent summary of how the Frankfurt School’s ideas are destroying the West”

  1. ‘The resistance to wokism is to fight back.’

    No, it’s not.

    The answer is already in plain sight.

    Family, Faith and Culture.

    Family. Do not live like whores.
    Faith. Do not live like slaves.
    Culture. Do not live as enemies.

    The only war is to have, is to break free from the seductions of Sexuality, islam and Communism: Lust, Greed and Envy.

    • OK, but what about the dictators that terrorist cells that use Theocratically Sanctioned Violence? Those Sexuals, Muslims and Socialists who cut off limbs?

      Elect someone whose
      Family, do not live like whores.
      Faith, do not live like slaves.
      Culture, do not live as enemies.

      You have a Trump. And the world will hate, fear and respect him. For what he says, he will do.

      And you will have peace. For the demons will hide again.

  2. “Demons or The Possessed or The Devils” A Novel In Three Parts
    Publication Date: 1871-72
    By Fyodor Dostoevsky


    “Shigalov is a man of genius! Do you know he is a genius like Fourier, but bolder than Fourier; stronger. I’ll look after him. He’s discovered ‘equality’!”

    “He is in a fever; he is raving; something very queer has happened to him,” thought Stavrogin, looking at him once more. Both walked on without stopping.

    “He’s written a good thing in that manuscript,” Verhovensky went on. “He suggests a system of spying. Every member of the society spies on the others, and it’s his duty to inform against them. Every one belongs to all and all to every one. All are slaves and equal in their slavery. In extreme cases he advocates slander and murder, but the great thing about it is equality. To begin with, the level of education, science, and talents is lowered. A high level of education and science is only possible for great intellects, and they are not wanted. The great intellects have always seized the power and been despots. Great intellects cannot help being despots and they’ve always done more harm than good. They will be banished or put to death. Cicero will have his tongue cut out, Copernicus will have his eyes put out, Shakespeare will be stoned—that’s Shigalovism. Slaves are bound to be equal. There has never been either freedom or equality without despotism, but in the herd there is bound to be equality, and that’s Shigalovism! Ha ha ha! Do you think it strange? I am for Shigalovism.”

    “Listen, Stavrogin. To level the mountains is a fine idea, not an absurd one. I am for Shigalov. Down with culture. We’ve had enough science! Without science we have material enough to go on for a thousand years, but one must have discipline. The one thing wanting in the world is discipline. The thirst for culture is an aristocratic thirst. The moment you have family ties or love you get the desire for property. We will destroy that desire; we’ll make use of drunkenness, slander, spying; we’ll make use of incredible corruption; we’ll stifle every genius in its infancy. We’ll reduce all to a common denominator! Complete equality! ‘We’ve learned a trade, and we are honest men; we need nothing more,’ that was an answer given by English working-men recently. Only the necessary is necessary, that’s the motto of the whole world henceforward. But it needs a shock. That’s for us, the directors, to look after. Slaves must have directors. Absolute submission, absolute loss of individuality, but once in thirty years Shigalov would let them have a shock and they would all suddenly begin eating one another up, to a certain point, simply as a precaution against boredom. Boredom is an aristocratic sensation. The Shigalovians will have no desires. Desire and suffering are our lot, but Shigalovism is for the slaves.”

    “Listen. First of all we’ll make an upheaval,” Verhovensky went on in desperate haste, continually clutching at Stavrogin’s left sleeve. “I’ve already told you. We shall penetrate to the peasantry. Do you know that we are tremendously powerful already? Our party does not consist only of those who commit murder and arson, fire off pistols in the traditional fashion, or bite colonels. They are only a hindrance. I don’t accept anything without discipline. I am a scoundrel, of course, and not a socialist. Ha ha! Listen. I’ve reckoned them all up: a teacher who laughs with children at their God and at their cradle is on our side. The lawyer who defends an educated murderer because he is more cultured than his victims and could not help murdering them to get money is one of us. The schoolboys who murder a peasant for the sake of sensation are ours. The juries who acquit every criminal are ours. The prosecutor who trembles at a trial for fear he should not seem advanced enough is ours, ours. Among officials and literary men we have lots, lots, and they don’t know it themselves. On the other hand, the docility of schoolboys and fools has reached an extreme pitch; the schoolmasters are bitter and bilious. On all sides we see vanity puffed up out of all proportion; brutal, monstrous appetites.… Do you know how many we shall catch by little, ready-made ideas? When I left Russia, Littre’s dictum that crime is insanity was all the rage; I come back and I find that crime is no longer insanity, but simply common sense, almost a duty; anyway, a gallant protest. ‘How can we expect a cultured man not to commit a murder, if he is in need of money.’ But these are only the first fruits. The Russian God has already been vanquished by cheap vodka. The peasants are drunk, the mothers are drunk, the children are drunk, the churches are empty, and in the peasant courts one hears, ‘Two hundred lashes or stand us a bucket of vodka.’ Oh, this generation has only to grow up. It’s only a pity we can’t afford to wait, or we might have let them get a bit more tipsy! Ah, what a pity there’s no proletariat! But there will be, there will be; we are going that way.…”

    • Thank you EB.

      “. I’ll look after him. He’s discovered ‘equality’!””

      “The prosecutor who trembles at a trial for fear he should not seem advanced progressive enough is ours, ours”

      “Russian novelist and short-story writer whose psychological penetration into the darkest recesses of the human heart, together with his unsurpassed moments of illumination, had an immense influence on 20th-century fiction.”

    • “I will say at once that Stepan Trofimovitch had always filled a particular rôle among us, that of the progressive patriot, so to say, and he was passionately fond of playing the part—so much so that I really believe he could not have existed without it…”

      “He fondly loved, for instance, his position as a “persecuted” man and, so to speak, an “exile.” ”

      “…exalting him gradually in his own opinion, raised him in the course of years to a lofty pedestal very gratifying to vanity.”

      “And there was one herd of many swine feeding on this
      mountain; and they besought him that he would suffer them to
      enter into them. And he suffered them.

      “Then went the devils out of the man and entered into the
      swine; and the herd ran violently down a steep place into
      the lake and were choked.

      “When they that fed them saw what was done, they fled, and
      went and told it in the city and in the country.

      “Then they went out to see what was done; and came to Jesus
      and found the man, out of whom the devils were departed,
      sitting at the feet of Jesus, clothed and in his right mind;
      and they were afraid.”

      Luke, ch. viii. 32-37.

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