Tuesday, 25 February 2014

Frankfurt School of Cultural Marxism

Something I mention quite often, and have covered here in the past (though swept away in the big clear-out I did last year) is the so-called Frankfurt School of Cultural Marxism, whose 'recommendations' (actually a policy programme designed expressly to destroy a society and its culture from within) were being pursued by the Blair and Brown governments of 1997 to 2010.

It is easy enough to spot the precise match when one looks down the list – lifted from the tap 'blog – which also conveniently tells us why several of the 'recommendations' have been made...
  1. The creation of racism offences. 
  2. Continual change to create confusion 
  3. The teaching of sex and homosexuality to children 
  4. The undermining of schools’ and teachers’ authority 
  5. Huge immigration to destroy identity. 
  6. The promotion of excessive drinking 
  7. Emptying of churches 
  8. An unreliable legal system with bias against victims of crime 
  9. Dependency on the state or state benefits 
  10. Control and dumbing down of media 
  11. Encouraging the breakdown of the family
It is worth following the above link and reading the rest of the post: it is very illuminating, and shows how Britain has already become, in effect a proto-Communist state. It also proves that, despite the clever sales pitch and the charm of the 'front man', New Labour was, at its core, just as 'red' as it had ever been – just better camouflaged, at least until the already thin veneer started to wear away and ever more people realised they had been duped all along.

Also note that it is near-enough impossible to undo much of the damage already inflicted (we cannot remove racism offences, for an example right from the top of the list), although a few can be corrected – such as number 8. Others fall in between, such as (eventually!) unravelling all of the contradictory and confusing legislation so that Eric Pickles' intended Grand Repeal Bill can go ahead one day.

All of that is, of course, why the present government is making such slow progress in straightening out our by-now severely skewed society, and is significantly hampered through being stuck in coalition with an essentially Labour-complicit party.

That must change next year if we are to have any realistic hope of getting our country back from the Communists. That is how stark the future for Britain now is.

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