The Unholy Commandments
By Jim Kirwan
‘Hear Not, Seek Not, Speak Not the Truth’
Behind Political Correctness!
“For the first time Americans today are not free to say what they think. If they say something deemed ‘offensive’ or ‘insensitive’ or worst of all ‘hate-speech’ they may be in serious trouble. They may be punished for violating the unholy commandments of the 90’s, commonly known as “political correctness… Political Correctness has been in the making for more than eight decades.”
“Political correctness is nothing less than a Marxist ideology. Marxism translated into cultural terms, in an effort going back not to the nineteen-sixties but to World War One.
Marxist theory predicted that if war came to Europe, the working class in every European country would rise in revolt.” (1)
‘The Marxist theory had been; that the working class in each country would not go to war against other workers in the other countries. But that theory proved wrong. ~ At the war’s end Marxist theory came to believe that before a Marxist Revolution could take place, Western culture had to be destroyed.
In 1919 in the Bolshevik Government in Hungary a program called “Cultural Terrorism” was launched. As part of that program radical sex-education was launched into the Hungarian schools.
Political Correctness, as we know it,
Had already begun to take form.
‘Part of the goal in 1919 was to begin to try to undermine the unity of the family, which is why sex-education was introduced. That’s why it began with the children. “The program left great residual effects on Hungary.” The Hungarian government at the time lasted only a few months, in part because of the new assault on traditional Western Culture. Residual effects of that program were left in Hungary, where “free-thinking was a very big sin.
Meanwhile in Germany a new attempt on Western Culture was taking shape. A public-policy institute was established, a think-tank was created to serve as a home for advanced Marxist thought…’
On June 22nd 1924 the Frankfort school opened in Germany but it had already held its first seminar in theory in 1923. A Marxists study week was held. The Frankfort School would be the vehicle that translated Marxism from economic into cultural terms. “Giving us what we now know as ‘Political Correctness’.’
‘In 1930 a new director took over. Max Herkimer who began to quickly use the institute to develop ‘a new Marxism’, very different from the Marxism of the Soviet Union. First recognizing the economic success of capitalism, Herkimer announced that revolution was unlikely to come from the working class. The Frankfort school would have to find a substitute. A search was begun to find a surrogate for “the working class” but that would not come until the 1960’s.’
Meanwhile the Frankfort school made the culture, not the economy the central focus of the Frankfort Schools work. [The tape is @6min 59 sec]. In the years after 1930 its prime interest lay in its cultural superstructure. Indeed ~ the key to the Frankfort schools work on culture was the crossing of Marx with Freud. Just as classical Marxism argued that “under capitalism the working class was oppressed” so the Frankford School “used Freud to argue that in Western Culture “everyone lived in a constant state of physiological repression.” Psychoanalysis was used to end what Reich called sexual-alienation, which they saw as being as significant as economic alienation.
“The solution according to the Frankfort School was not just a political revolution to overthrow capitalism, but a social and cultural revolution as well.” @ 8min - 09sec
“Eric Fromm was brought in. A practicing psychoanalyst was noted for his radical social-psychology.” [Throughout this, the number of blatantly Zionist members continues to grow]. “Fromm pioneered the concept of sexual liberation and gender politics ~ in Fromm’s view masculinity and femininity were not reflections of central sexual differences they were devised instead from differences in life functions which were in part socially determined. And another piece of political correctness was falling into place.”
“In the 1950’s and 60’s Marcusa completed the translation of Marxism into cultural terms and to inject it into ‘The New Left’.
The Frankfort school, Marxist in origin, wanted to create a cultural revolution, against Western Society. …This began with “Critical Theory” in the 1930’s. The theory [was] ‘to criticize” through unremitting destructive criticism; through every institution of Western Society. They hoped to bring that society down.”
k: Obviously they are succeeding…
Critical Theory is the basis for gay studies, black studies, women’s studies and various other ‘studies departments’ found on American university campuses today. These departments are the home base of “political correctness”. @11:00 min into the video. That’s just halfway into the explanation the rest is here: (1)
“Global-War” around this world has undergone massive revisions over the decades, across the entire planet. This brings us to the way global-war continues to be waged today.
Wars were initially confined to the battles of armies against armies, forces against opposing forces. That idea moved into making war upon civilian-populations, in order to destroy any real base for any particular army, anywhere. Today virtually every aspect of every society has been dragged into these battles that we still call “WARS” but which are in reality nothing less than the total deconstruction of those societies that have been targeted by the various goals which each faction seizes upon as their personal-passion which “must” be attained, throughout whichever war is being launched—anywhere.
“Political Correctness” is working on the fundamentals of the culture wars. Another aspect of the same war comes to us in the form of “Lorde’s suppressed Grammy speech - front-page news in New Zealand.” But was blocked out in much of Western Media. This is part of today’s article from ICH: Amerikan Stasi Police State Staring Us In The Face, by Paul Craig Roberts
In her acceptance speech Lorde unities many of the real aspects which all of us are still fighting against, as well as the physical-wars that continue to erupt around the world, which seem to be unrelenting! Here is her speech at the Grammy Awards.
“Thank you so much everyone for making this song explode because this world is mental. (Laughter). Planet Earth is run by psychopaths that hide behind slick marketing, ‘freedom’ propaganda and ‘economic growth’ rhetoric,  while they construct a global system of corporatized totalitarianism.
As American journalist Chris Hedges has identified, a corporate totalitarian core thrives inside a fictitious democratic shell. This core yields an ‘inverted’ totalitarian state that few recognize because it does not look like the Orwellian world of Nineteen Eighty-four.
This corporate totalitarian core is spreading outward from America. Planet Earth is being rapidly militarized by the world’s major and significant states, including their police forces. Meanwhile, state surveillance is becoming universal and torture is outsourced to gulags.
Can we not imagine that in past times, simple folk found it hard to work out exactly how they were being manipulated by the Royal monarchies, and the Papal monarchy, who claimed a ‘divine right to rule’? Ordinary people from classical times through to the demise of the Ancient Regime could not see how the rivalrous network of elites and oligarchs were linked, not least because the illiterate masses were indoctrinated to believe in their humble lot, to obey divinely-endorsed authority and to live in fear of damnation.
So, in today’s mental world, it should become clearer now that Planet Earth is ruled by super-wealthy people, who use their outrageous fortunes to steer the trajectories of whole societies for their own material and political gain. These oligarchs are, in fact, colluding for economic gain and conspiring to augment more political power. Armies of professional, political, religious and military elites serve them.[9 Together, they comprise a highly-networked transnational capitalist class that has been traced in studies by: Peter Phillips and Brady Osborne; William K. Carroll; David Rothkopf; Daniel Estulin; and Laurence H. Shoup and William Minter.
As Canadian journalist Naomi Klein has argued in her book, The Shock Doctrine: The Rise of Disaster Capitalism, ‘free markets’ were slickly marketed in the 1980s and 1990s with the idea that they would deliver individual freedom and prosperity for all. Klein also wrote that the use of military violence to facilitate the spread of ‘free markets’ in the field-testing stage from the mid-1960s to the mid-1970s has continued into the 2000s. Her view is supported in Eugene Jarecki’s documentary Why We Fight, which compellingly showed that America fights wars to make the world secure for its corporations. So, get reading and viewing! (Lorde giggles and half the audience rises to their feet applauding. The other half remain fixed in their chairs. Some reluctantly clap). (2)
The global-war against us all may look to be overwhelming in its brazen-threats. Remember that this war has been planned and worked on for a length of time that surpasses the literal life-spans of the majority of people on the planet today: Yet, this ‘war’ is not something that’s insurmountable or absolute in any way—not for those of us that will continue to deconstruct and fight this fight to the end. The enemy believes they can ‘win’ against the world—but their failure in that effort is also on the same-line at the same time.
What our blood-enemies in this global struggle should be doing involves ‘exactly how they will survive’—because as things stand that can’t happen in reality. More on that next time…
1) The History of Political Correctness - 22min Video
2) Lorde’s Suppressed Grammy Award acceptance speech (Full Transcript) 26 January 2014
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