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The Unspoken New World Order - Cultural Marxism

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posted on Feb, 21 2009 @ 06:09 AM
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In our struggle to understand the global corruption we see around us... the hidden assassins of our traditions and freedoms... the parasite that destabilizes our families and communities, we're quick to fixate our gaze upon the Rothschilds, Rockefellers, or Illuminati. While we may be right to do so, I believe we're missing an extremely vital component:

Cultural Marxism

Cultural Marxism is formulated as a way to subvert European folk and civilization-using methods other than direct political action. It was propagated by the Frankfurt School, formed in Germany in 1923 as a method by which a postmodernist, Marxist revolution could silently overthrow traditional Western society.

Not only does Cultural Marxism explain almost everything that undermines and perplexes us socially, but there is absolute, undeniable documentation of its existence as a covert revolution which attacks our way of life.


Antonio Gramsci, a young communist who died in one of Mussolini's prisons in 1937 at the age of 46, conjured up the notion of a 'quiet' revolution that could be diffused throughout a culture -- over a period of time -- to destroy it from within. He was the first to suggest that the application of psychology to break the traditions, beliefs, morals, and will of a people could be accomplished quietly and without the possibility of resistance. He deduced that "The civilized world had been thoroughly saturated with Christianity for 2,000 years..." and a culture based on this religion could only be captured from within.

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Cultural Marxist methods include:

- Political Correctness
When implementing a slow, subversive revolution, an outright ban on freedom of speech only triggers immediate dissent and protest against the establishment responsible. Cultural Marxism achieves this, instead, by political correctness. Introduced slowly, a public knows not who to blame, so they blame no-one and accept it.

- Breakdown of the Traditional Family

One of the basic tenets of Critical Theory was the necessity to break down the contemporary family. The (Frankfurt) Institute scholars preached that [21] "...Even a partial breakdown of parental authority in the family might tend to increase the readiness of a coming generation to accept social change."

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- Multiculturalism and Mass Immigration
This is a sensitive subject. Very difficult for members of mass immigrant groups to accept that their presence in a new country is largely facilitated and used by an insidious world revolution.

As they proclaim, this means their activities have been directed toward the disintegration of the traditional white male power structure. As anyone with eyes to view present-day television and motion pictures can confirm, this has been largely achieved.

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Destroying the traditional white male power structure is a concept very easily accepted by a compassionate society. Much like Feminism, what good man or woman is going to fight the movement towards racial and sexual equality? However, equality is not the Cultural Marxists true reasoning for promoting these concepts. They are methods of destroying old values and cultural ties so that the new postmodern world can replace our traditional one.

- Feminism
It's important to tie all these methods together because they're really the same thing - ways of destroying universal western traditions.

That the CIA funded the Women's Liberation movement speaks volumes about how deeply entrenched within Western power structures Marxism may be.


Gramsci insisted that alliances with non-Communist leftist groups would be essential to Communist victory. In our time, these would include radical feminist groups, extremist environmental organizations, so-called civil rights movements, anti-police associations, internationalist-minded groups, liberal church denominations, and others. Working together, these groups could create a united front working for the destructive transformation of the old Judeo-Christian culture of the West.

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Acknowledge and Fight the Covert War

What's important to remember is that we are subject to a drawn-out, covert revolution. An open, overt, traditional-style revolution would have been rejected and defeated. But by the methods of Cultural Marxism, we're losing.


"...there is one thing we can say with complete assurance. The traditional idea of revolution and the traditional strategy of revolution have ended. These ideas are old-fashioned"

Herbert Marcuse - member of the Frankfurt School

What is worth noting is that Marxists believe they are revolutionising the world in a positive way. They're surely aware that their methods are deplorable to an objective mind, but they take the perspective that it is a 'means to an end'. All of the evil they are perpetrating right now (and have done for decades) is negated by the postmodern utopia they envisage replacing our current society. They want to abolish religion, they want the kind of neutered future we see in movies like Equilibrium, or that which is depicted in George Orwell's novels. We might not be free, but we'll be free of war and poverty. Even if this is achieved, is it something any liberty-loving human being wants? Should we be forced into against our will?


Relations to Our Current Situation

Look at the new American administration and the European Union. In America we have a new President who many associate with a Socialist (left wing) mindset who will do nothing short of strengthening Political Correctness and teaching a population how to spy on one another. The European Union is responsible for actually turning Cultural Marxism into law - particularly in Britain where we no longer have control over our borders, freedom of speech or freedom not to be surveilled at every moment of our lives. Both Europe and America have been infiltrated, right under our noses.


Conclusion

Please don't mistake me for some kind of right-wing activist or advocate. I strongly oppose the entire left/right paradigm and I've not traditionally opposed either extreme right-wing or extreme left-wing movements. Revolutions like Cultural Marxism go beyond left and right. They are an infringement upon all our liberties.


Most Americans do not yet realize that they are being led by social revolutionaries who think in terms of the destruction of the existing social order in order to create a new social order in the world. These revolutionaries are the New Age elite Boomers, the New Totalitarians [24]. They now control every public institution in the United States of America.

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posted on Feb, 21 2009 @ 06:18 AM
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A well thought out post I must say.

Well, it's good to see poor old Marx being dug up and used as a proverbial Christ for the world's ills instead of Muslims once in a while.

Communism collapsed over two decades ago - even China introduced free market reforms a decade before the Soviet Union collapsed.

Feminism? I don't even know where to begin with that point... I don't think Marx ever encouraged the burning of bras.

Woe is me, I miss the good old jihad days. What happened to Obama being a Muslim, is that still part of this conspiracy?



posted on Feb, 21 2009 @ 08:13 AM
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Originally posted by mattguy404
A well thought out post I must say.

Thank you.


Originally posted by mattguy404
Communism collapsed over two decades ago - even China introduced free market reforms a decade before the Soviet Union collapsed.

Communism collapsed, or was seen to collapse in the eyes of the people? An important point though, and I'll use the opportunity to suggest that the ambitions of Marxism were adapted and altered over the course of decades so that things like market control were less vital to the ideal.


Originally posted by mattguy404
Feminism? I don't even know where to begin with that point... I don't think Marx ever encouraged the burning of bras.

It's not about Karl Marx himself. It's about the system his followers developed in order to achieve the Marxist 'utopia'. With regards to feminism - it was a Frankfurt School method of destabilising the traditional community structure. Feminism itself was not the goal.



posted on Nov, 16 2009 @ 02:16 PM
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This is probably one of the best threads explaining what is going on NOW that I have read.This was all done under the guize of political correctness and the buzz word "change",people that vote without research on who they vote for have no clue what the change was going to be.

You have to hand it to the Marxist,they have planned this for a long time and did a good job in getting this administration in,now that we know I only hope its not to late to do something about it.



posted on Nov, 16 2009 @ 02:43 PM
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Originally posted by Battleline
You have to hand it to the Marxist,they have planned this for a long time and did a good job in getting this administration in,now that we know I only hope its not to late to do something about it.

Yes. Something I've wondered is that most of the early proponents of Cultural Marxism as a means-to-an-end won't have lived to see that end fulfilled. That kind of conviction is strong and usually only arises in people who are very religious. One needs to have a vested interest in the future of this world beyond their own time here, which is usually reconciled by the belief in spirit. Marxists themselves generally are not religious, or spiritual from my research - they are staunchly atheist. So this has left me wondering whether Marxism is itself the end, or whether Marxism is a means-to-an-end of a grander plan. Perhaps the new world order - which I believe to be an ancient, and very, very spiritual plan. In short, I think Cultural Marxism is a means to Marxism and Marxism itself is merely the means to a greater end.



posted on Dec, 2 2009 @ 09:53 AM
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I knew it
crafty b@$t@rds
. I actually heard something of that sort from a friend of mine 15 years ago, but it went over my head as I was not interested in any of that stuff, instead I was interested in making money and emigrating from USSR
how ironic. Oh well, we are all dolls in the grand theatre one way or another.

There is little publicised structure operating in the UK, who certainly falls into your description of Cultural Marxism, called Common Purpose. They have people enrolled from many cultural, social and political layers. They even got themselves a charity/NPO status plus get money from our taxes.

some negativity about this organisations can be found here or just do search on it.



posted on Dec, 14 2009 @ 06:51 AM
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An excellent, insightful explanation of Common Purpose and its role in Cultural Marxism / The NWO:




posted on Dec, 17 2009 @ 01:12 PM
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Slightly unrelated, but I think this is a great thread, yet not many replies I see here. I noticed it on several occasions. not sure if it's the time of the year or this is overshadowed by recent other events that take up all the members' time on ATS. Strange.



posted on Dec, 17 2009 @ 01:26 PM
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Some far-left and marxist belief-systems, especially the perpeatrator-victim model ("I am not responsibile for my reality, I am a victim"), the entitlement model ("I deserve to get stuff for free!!!!") have already taken over large parts of mainstream thought.

Unfortuntely we embrace some of it without even realizing it. "Filesharing" under the motto "Sharing is Caring" is embraced by 80% of the youth, they grow up thinking nothing of it. You try to question it in these Forums and you will get hoards of enraged people shouting at you defending their "civil right" to disregard legal property.



posted on Dec, 17 2009 @ 01:33 PM
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Originally posted by Skyfloating
Some far-left and marxist belief-systems, especially the perpeatrator-victim model ("I am not responsibile for my reality, I am a victim"), the entitlement model ("I deserve to get stuff for free!!!!") have already taken over large parts of mainstream thought.

Unfortuntely we embrace some of it without even realizing it. "Filesharing" under the motto "Sharing is Caring" is embraced by 80% of the youth, they grow up thinking nothing of it. You try to question it in these Forums and you will get hoards of enraged people shouting at you defending their "civil right" to disregard legal property.

Interesting perspective. I failed to lock on that. But I think you partially correct. the file sharing, for example, was also partially fueled by unfair (c) rules that mutated from what they originally were intended. Not sure though if this gives an excuse to piracy, I'd like to think so



posted on Dec, 17 2009 @ 01:40 PM
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The problem with the New World Order, is the far left describe it as fascist and an oligarchy style capitalist model and yet the far right label it Marxist.

It's neither.

Yes, Marxist philosophy has infiltrated large sectors of society; think tanks, lobby groups, international organisations, but elements from right wing belief systems have done the exact same. Oswald Mosley's brainchild of political corporatism has already occurred in the City of London and New York. Anglo-Saxon capitalism is literally pari passu to the economic structure of Mosley's fascist ideology. In fact, the bank bailout package operates under state corporatism (see Mosley's theory.)

Majority of the anti-globalization movement is far left. Even the British Green party is opposed to unified European state and international organisations such as the WTO.

Sadly, the New World Order is the "cool word" for far right groups. Once a Republican President is elected, the left will reclaim and starting using the phrase again.



posted on Dec, 17 2009 @ 02:18 PM
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Are you saying there is no unity among the ruling elite?
is it just socialists vs. fascist, no other fractions in there trying to grab a bit of a territory?



posted on Dec, 17 2009 @ 02:28 PM
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It is very complicated.
The right vs left divide is only here to fool the voters, everyone gets along when neither side is debating in Parliament, Congress, etc.

However, voters and supporters on the great political divide,have no idea "the enemy" is actually working in association with there so called "party" in secret.

And yes, there is no unity among the elite. Certain divisions are visible.

I shall explain more tomorrow morning, when I have time for a significant write up



posted on Dec, 17 2009 @ 03:05 PM
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While its true that the left-right divide is an artificial construct, an illusion, a conspiracy, the statement itself is often used to downplay or divert attention from examaning just how insidious and crippling Marxism, Cultural Marxism, Neo-Marxism, Far-Left-Thought can be.

In fact, every time I bring it up on ATS, the knee-jerk reaction is "Uh, Left/Right is only an elite manipulation game". That may be true but that doesnt change the fact that Neo-Marxism needs to be exposed for what it is.

The next layer will then be "Uh, the far-right / facism has been evil too" - and nobody is denying that either, but its again a diversion to focus on just what exactly the far-left is and how it operates.

It is because Cultural Marxism evades examination that the majority view it as some kind of "peace, love and harmony" movement and even intelligent people here PRIDE themselves with being "far-left" rather than seeing it as the horrific thing that it is behind the sheeps clothing.

Sorry for the little Rant here. It is not directed specifically at you but at every single person who has pulled the "left/right is an illusion" card.



posted on Dec, 17 2009 @ 05:42 PM
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I think I know what you're talking about, but cannot quite put my finger on it. That is being described here has nothing to do with communism or socialism per se, in the way we were brought up to understand this philosophy. It not left or right or up or down, however you can see its aspects represented crudely in various political and charity groups, movements, conventional wisdom among different social layers (scientists, doctors, environmentalists, even religious and new age, etc). I think we may have something here, please do share I am listening



posted on Dec, 17 2009 @ 06:28 PM
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You cant put your finger on it because its subcurrent, subtle, spiritual. The far-left and the far-right have their own peculiar kind of stupidity.

I found this video here today where one can beautifully see the type of stupidity both sides display.

So its not that the far-right and far-left "dont exist", they do - as stereotypical comic-book like puppets.



posted on Dec, 18 2009 @ 03:52 AM
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Oh, you are pushing an open door


The European Union is a perfect example of how Marxism infiltrated organisations after the collapse of the Soviet Union. In fact, the KGB evaluated the European system would preserve socialism well into the 21st Century.

And it has.

Significant members of the European Commission were members of far left groups, in their respected countries, and others were apart of the regime in Eastern Europe.

With the election of Obama, I honestly feel the international left are aspiring for the United States to bring a European style Social Democracy.



posted on Dec, 18 2009 @ 03:55 AM
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Originally posted by infinite

With the election of Obama, I honestly feel the international left are aspiring for the United States to bring a European style Social Democracy.


European style social democracy is not too bad imo. Whats bad is EU-style socialism. You`re right about the EU.



posted on Dec, 18 2009 @ 10:19 AM
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Not just the European Union.

Both the United Nations and International Monetary Fund are heavily Europeanised after the European Community become a political union. The EU is, in the minds of the European elite, the equivalent and antagonist to the United States.

It is not based on rivalry, but simply bringing a balance to the world. Many Europhiles believe the EU destiny is to be the complete opposite to the United States - a social democratic superpower.

With the financial crisis, we are witnessing the second wave of Socialism. Not just in strong holds in Latin America, but once again emerging in Europe.



[edit on 18-12-2009 by infinite]



posted on Dec, 19 2009 @ 12:57 AM
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This is off-topic.

The US and EU are ultimately controlled and directed by the same group of people. There will be no cold war type counterbalance with the rise of the EU. Only decentralized power, not under control of the globalist elite, is beneficial for the people. Centralized superstates are as sinister as the people behind them. I would rather be in a country that believes in its own sovereignty, Switzerland for example. I used to believe the EU was a natural evolution for Europe and would only bring good things. It is anti-democratic and culturally marxist despite what Infinite and the media will have you believe. True europhiles love Europe, not the European Union, a sinister, anti-democratic, culturally marxist, globalist political organization. Big difference.





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