Sunday, April 22, 2012

Occupy: the Historical Roots of Cultural Marxism (2/3)

The radicals of the 1960s and 1970s despised labels and didn't mind to be called cynics. "Call us Communists, or amoral, we don't care for labels"

PJTV/Afterburner - Bill Whittle presents Political Correctness

Continued from part 1/3

In pOmo lingo words have no reference in reality, but are arbitrary social conventions which must be deconstructed in order to find out what the speaker is 'masking'. An offense against policor is a priori assumed. The root of cynicism and irony is nihilism, the war on reality and values, that is the aim of the policor weapon. As you have seen in the video in part 1/3 the Left is bankrupt and is past caring: all they want is the destruction of Western culture, the standard bearer of capitalism.