Marxist Britain

Do you recognise any of the following traits in our political and social life?

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

What’s that? All of them? Surprised?

One has to ask: Was it through a fit of absent-mindedness or gross incompetence? Or was it not inadvertent at all, but deliberate?

The reason I say deliberate is because the above comes from the Frankfurt School 1928 Manifesto of Cultural Marxism, also known by its other name Political Correctness, and it is very much alive and well in 2011, in the UK, the EU and across the entire western world.

William S. Lind argues that,

“Political Correctness is cultural Marxism. It is Marxism translated from economic into cultural terms. It is an effort that goes back not to the 1960s and the hippies and the peace movement, but back to World War I. If we compare the basic tenets of Political Correctness with classical Marxism the parallels are very obvious.”

or this:

“The Socialist Alliance programme is the foundation upon which everything else is built, including in time our exact organisational forms and constantly shifting tactics. The programme links our continuous and what should be all-encompassing agitational work with our ultimate aim of a communitarian, or communist, system. Our programme thus establishes the basis for agreed action and is the lodestar, the point of reference, around which the voluntary unity of the Socialist Alliance is built and concretised. Put another way, the programme represents the dialectical unity between theory and practice.” [emphasis added] Posted by Weekly Worker 368, January 25 2001. See also: “The transition to the communitarian system” in the same issue of the American Communist Party’s Weekly Worker.

The Frankfurt School is the name usually used to refer to a group of scholars who have been associated at one point or another over several decades with the Institute for Social Research of the University of Frankfurt, including Theodor W. Adorno, Max Horkheimer, Ernst Bloch, Walter Benjamin, Wilhelm Reich, Erich Fromm, Herbert Marcuse, Wolfgang Fritz Haug and Jürgen Habermas.

In the 1930s the Institute for Social Research was forced out of Germany by the rise of the Nazi Party. In 1933, the Institute left Germany for Geneva. It then moved to New York City in 1934, where it became affiliated with Columbia University. (and it is Columbia University where the next step in this Marxist dialectic arose, Communitarianism, before spreading and taking root in the Chicago school under Amitai Etzioni)

Its journal Zeitschrift für Sozialforschung was accordingly renamed Studies in Philosophy and Social Science. It was at that moment that much of its important work began to emerge, having gained a favorable reception within American and English academia. Among the key works of the Frankfurt School which applied Marxist categories to the study of culture were Adorno’s “On Popular Music,” which was written with George Simpson and published in Studies in Philosophy and Social Sciences in 1941, Adorno and Horkheimer’s “The Culture Industry: Enlightenment as Mass Deception”, originally a chapter in Dialectic of Enlightenment (1947).

Its thinkers were particularly influenced by the failure of the working-class revolution in Western Europe (precisely where Marx had predicted that a communist revolution would take place) and by the rise of Nazism in such an economically and technologically advanced nation as Germany. This led many of them to take up the task of choosing what parts of Marx’s thought might serve to clarify contemporary social conditions which Marx himself had never seen. Another key influence also came from the publication in the 1930s of Marx’s Economic-Philosophical Manuscripts and The German Ideology, which showed the continuity with Hegelianism that underlay Marx’s thought.

The Hegelian dialectic is the ridiculous idea that constant conflict and continual merging of opposite ideologies, as established by extreme right or left belief systems, will lead spiritual mankind into final perfection. Hegel’s brilliance rests in his ability to confuse and obfuscate the true motives of the planners, and millions of people world-wide have been trying to make sense of why it doesn’t work for over 150 years. But like the AA definition of insanity, the world keeps trying it over and over expecting different results. …

The laying of a Marxist Britain, inside a Marxist EU was the mission of Tony Blair and his largely Marxist and Communist cabinet members. (even if they denied being current members). The EU is also awash and top heavy with Communists and Marxists with the President of the EU Commission, Manuel Barosso a Maoist.

The next step, to turn Britain into a Communitarian state is the mission of Cameron and Clegg, with the help of advisers such as Philip Blonde and his Red Toryism and the ever present Fabian Society think tank Demos (George Osborne, his party colleague David Willetts joined its advisory board) and its also interesting to note that Vince Cable and Danny Alexander are both on the Advisory Council. http://www.demos.co.uk/people#council

Cameron launched his Big Society idea in the Conservative manifesto as ‘new thinking’ – yet it seems the EU launched their idea a tad before Cameron – see here; and this was followed up a few months later with this. – its all communitarian clap trap.

When are you going to realise that, and stop voting for, all three parties in the UK are building global communitarianism, international communism with a smiley face…. centrally planned, carefully managed, societies.

Do you really want to live exist in a region of a Communist EU Empire?

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Thanks to James Higham for the original idea.

Further reading.

http://nourishingobscurity.com/2011/06/18/jumping-the-shark/

http://www.thecomingdepression.net/survival-tips/multiculturalism-attempt-to-destroy-national-identity-uk-speechwriter/

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Frankfurt_School

http://www.crossroad.to/articles2/05/dialectic.htm

http://www.crossroad.to/Quotes/communitarian/niki.htm

“The Socialist Alliance programme is the foundation upon which everything else is built, including in time our exact organisational forms and constantly shifting tactics. The programme links our continuous and what should be all-encompassing agitational work with our ultimate aim of a communitarian, or communist, system. Our programme thus establishes the basis for agreed action and is the lodestar, the point of reference, around which the voluntary unity of the Socialist Alliance is built and concretised. Put another way, the programme represents the dialectical unity between theory and practice.” [emphasis added] Posted by Weekly Worker 368, January 25 2001. See also: “The transition to the communitarian system” in the same issue of the American Communist Party’s Weekly Worker.

“The Socialist Alliance programme is the foundation upon which everything else is built, including in time our exact organisational forms and constantly shifting tactics. The programme links our continuous and what should be all-encompassing agitational work with our ultimate aim of a communitarian, or communist, system. Our programme thus establishes the basis for agreed action and is the lodestar, the point of reference, around which the voluntary unity of the Socialist Alliance is built and concretised. Put another way, the programme represents the dialectical unity between theory and practice.” [emphasis added] Posted by Weekly Worker 368, January 25 2001. See also: “The transition to the communitarian system” in the same issue of the American Communist Party’s Weekly Worker.

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6 Responses to Marxist Britain

  1. Sackerson says:

    Now that IS interesting. Republish on OOL?

  2. BJ says:

    Yep IPJ, this can not be repeated enough.

    Spot on.

  3. BJ says:

    Sorry, I meant to add this:

    http://www.kingsfund.org.uk/

    And we thought that Pickles was going to do away with these Common Purpose-type set ups.

  4. jameshigham says:

    The influence of the Frankfurt School really must be laid before the people for their consideration. The personal lives of some of them are also an indicator, e.g. Huxley and Keynes.

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