Saturday, October 31, 2015

Death of a Nation

Every Halloween should have a bit of true terror installed within each door for those trick-or treater's that innocently pander for free candy.  But the real horror started in 1923 in a smoke filled room on the campus of Frankfort University a Think Tank was established.  There was nothing spectacular about this think tank nor revolutionary, in fact it stayed quit and nondescript for many years.  The founder of this Think Tank was very wealthy young son of a millionaire German trader by the name of Felix Weil. A short time before the Think Tank was established Felix had become a Marxist but as a result of the variations banded about he became disillusioned with the diverse Marxist ideals and had the idea to bring those alternative Marxist dreams into one cohesive thought.  It was at this meeting that Political Correctness had its ignominious birth.

It was in this group that Marxism was translated from an economic ideal into the more poignant cultural process, a process that included the devastating concept of Political Correctness.  Its current definition is:   the avoidance, often considered as taken to extremes, of forms of expression or action that are perceived to exclude, marginalize, or insult groups of people who are socially disadvantaged or discriminated against.

For decades the Marxist and Communist leaders have chipped away at our “freedom of expression” and made political correctness a tool of control.  We are bombarded with the overshadowing editors of not only what we say, but what we think, why we think it and even more profound the control over our desires to achieve and believe.

They couch political correctness in the soft blanket of understanding with a feather pillow of disgust over any attempt to rationalize the differences that are innate throughout humanity, forcing everyone to speak the same, think the same and marginalize our freedoms toward the unspeakable servitude of mindless followers. 

One way to tell if you live in a “controlled” country is to see those at the top and witness their lives in comparison to our own.  When they live beyond the means of the majority, the minority is in control.  It’s not about white or black, gay or straight, men or women, it’s about controlling our speech in such a manner as to lower the standards of everyone, forcing everyone to live without those God given rights that protect the citizens from the tyranny of its leaders.  And our leaders have fallen for the rhetoric of Political Correctness hook, line and sinker.

The best way to win a war is to do so culturally.  The Marxists among us have never stopped waging war.  They continue to mold our ways through our thoughts and actions by introducing political speech that redefines the word “offensive”.  What the Frankfurt School essentially did under the direction of Felix Weil and a new upstart Max Horkheimer was draw on both Marx and Freud in the 1930s to create a premise called Critical Theory. The term is ingenious because you’re tempted to ask, “What is the theory?” The theory is to criticize, criticize everything, creating a level of chaos that no one truly understands.  It marginalizes everything and at the same time brings to light the controversial aspects of any society. 

From Women’s studies, black studies, gay rights, global warming and cooling to the simple differences of present political parties, Critical Theory only has one agenda, to obfuscate, manipulate and control the thoughts by introducing the inability to criticize by establishing a critical thought basis of all things.

It starts benignly labeling and defining, labeling cultures and subcultures, defining the differences and the negatives of those who defy the practice of labels.   We have all been taught not to label or distinguish in hopes of seeing everyone as the same.  Then individuals are labeled with men and women and gay and straight, the cross dresser, the white supremacist and the man who believes he’s a woman or the woman who doesn’t know what she.  As the labels get more defined and more disruptive the seemingly innocent idea of division introduces minorities and specializations within the culture making everyone think that every one needs protection from everyone else. 

Many believe that this level of understanding is the course we should take, to show mercy and sympathy but fail to understand that after the labeling has finished the numbering begins.  Labels are dropped and numbers are assigned, classes of people are designated and servitude is assured.

It sounds like a scene from 1984 but in reality it is an ongoing process, that if not stopped will destroy the freedoms we think we have.   At least now, we can believe and think that we live in a free country but very soon, I suspect, even our simple belief will be forsaken for the reality of complete and un-repentable servitude. 


I’ve never liked being politically correct, I like to be political and abrasive and judgmental.  I think it’s OK to be rude at times, saying what we mean and meaning what we say, if you don’t like it …..Move to Russia, or North Korea, Iran or any number of places that saying what you think will land you in prison or worse.   For now I think we need more people to simply tell the truth, do what they say without fear of disrupting the thin skinned and irrational drones that seem to crave the labels created for them and invariably live only within the labels assigned.