I've been trying to wrap my head around, I dunno, all the things in the world for the last 12 years or so. Ever since the crash of 2008 something
It's something I think a lot of people have noticed, if only subconciously. Things started changing rapidly after that. A new agenda had started
Long Rambling Introduction Complete With Long Winded Personal Anecdotes and Stories
At that time I was in school and for a few years after that worked as a biologist on a local wildlife conservation and research organization a
friend.of mine and I started.
From 2010-2012 I worked with various government organizations and other groups.
A bit of an aside, Around that time, a few laws were passed that changed the way public scientific data was released and our grant was threatened
unless we stopped public release of our data...but I digress...
We worked closely with the school at the time, so I was around there and seen the new groups of students and the changes being implemented to the
programs and the school itself. The first 'safe spaces' started popping up around that time and the social justice agenda had taken hold.
It was apparent at events and groups I worked with at the time, something had changed with everything.
The last year I was in school was fairly eye opening as well. There was a switch in the kinds of things we were taught. It was where things like
global population control and sustainable economics began to crop up. We had a mandatory ethics course that basically involved learning about how to
ethically justfiy anything. We started being told bull# about how as scientists we were 'better' than average people and needed to be in charge of
the information because we knew what was best for the world.
That whole last year of school left a bitter taste in my mouth. Up until that point, everything had been practical objective science. Then that last
year we were basically told
'Bias was ok as long as it helped globalism'
Getting to the Point
Over the years after that, it was hard to miss the changes that had rapidly injected themselves into society. Social justice issues and identity
politics had firmly embedded themselves as part of liberal ideology.
Concepts such as racism, sexism, bigotry etc. had suddenly found themselves inexplicably intertwined with such concepts as social programs, universal
healthcare, welfare, UBI.
These things in the end have absolutely nothing to do with eachother. But suddenly, it was an all or nothing scenario. You took the whole 'liberal'
package or nothing. There was no more center, no more mixed views, no more room. It became us or them.
However you felt any one of these particular issues, you must accept them all, or you are them.
These ideas are rooted in both Classical Marxism and Neo-Marxism. But they are something more. A new Marxism, evolved from neo-Marxism, a globally
focussed all encompassing Marxism.
And in keeping up with pretentious political analyst naming conventions I call this.
Both classical Marxism and to an extent, though the globalist roots take hold here, Neo-Marxism were both focussed more at a national level than a
Neo-Marxism began the process of switching focus from nationalized government controlled industries to an oligarchal corporate controlled system. This
switch can be summarized as such:
Big business can maintain selling prices at high levels while still competing to cut costs, advertise and market their products. However,
competition is generally limited with a few large capital formations sharing various markets,
As we've seen, this has slowly been the case, especially in recent years with large tech companies.
Unsurprisingly, large tech companies are by and large, 'liberal'.
Neo-Marxism however, was still more about nationally contained big business with a centrally controlling Marxist government overseeing things.
Globalism changed things.
Globalism is Marxism
Globalism is the idea that we are one world, one people, which is true but, also, that we should have one over arching global economy.
This economy, is currently being pushed and ushered on the hardest by big tech companies, but other large companies that have escaped their national
boundaries and realized, the next step was to keep the population in check.
But how do you keep 7 billion people in check? Well there's population reduction for one, but, in the meantime however and even with less people,
you'll need some form of government to stop all these disparate people from various places all doing the same thing and loyal to the same masters.
What would be a good way to do this?
Why a handful of giant corporations with the technology to monitor the entirety and the ability to subvert the authority of local authorities through
a puppet organization such as the UN oughta do it.
Digital Marxism and the New Cold War
What we've been experiencing this last decade is a new cold war being waged by a group of people bent on controlling the world using technology on a
global scale. Through acquisition and control over most of humanities channels of communication the world has slowly been indoctrinated using a
classic Marxist technique involving manipulating a population into believing contradictory ideas and being ok with this.
By forcing people to take the 'updated liberal ideology' as an all or nothing deal, it forces people to accept and internally be ok with things they
otherwise wouldn't be because otherwise they become the enemy, the others.
The current lines in the sand being drawn, the violence, the media storm, lockdowns everything is all a leadup to one big push by these Globalist
Marxist to gain control over the world.
If we accept such things as a global centrally controlled currency, constant surveillance, destruction of free speech and thought, censorship,
compliance with arbitrary rules....