19 August, 2016

More on the Freudian Connection to Critical Theory and Cultural Marxism

Posted by Socrates in Critical Theory, Cultural Marxism, Frankfurt School, Freud, Georg Lukacs, jewed culture, Jewed philosophy, jewed politics, Socrates at 12:32 pm | Permanent Link

(Above: Sigmund Freud. Upon his arrival in America, Freud said: “They don’t understand that I’m bringing them the plague”).

Freud ended up being nearly as dangerous to Western culture as Karl Marx. The Frankfurt School used a mixture of Freud and Marx to create a poisonous ideology: “Through Fromm, Freudian psychoanalysis became a significant component of the overall agenda of Critical Theory.” (Cultural Marxism is a sub-ideology of Critical Theory. The Cultural Marxists do not want the citizens to know that they are pushing a type of Marxism, so the best thing the citizens can do is to publicize that fact loud and clear – indeed, Cultural Marxism’s first practitioner was a Jewish communist named Georg Lukacs).

[Article]. (Peter-Erwin Jansen is a German sociologist).

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