30 August, 2019

Some Thoughts on Marxist Revolution in America

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(The word “Marxist” here refers to regular Marxism and cultural Marxism)

1. The first genuine attempt at a Marxist revolution in America happened just before the Red Scare began, circa 1947. At least four federal government organs (The White House, the State Department, the Treasury Department and the OSS) were dominated by Jewish (and some non-Jewish) communists, and so was Hollywood, and so were many labor unions. Thankfully, the House Un-American Activities Committee (HUAC) and Sen. Joe McCarthy stopped the communists by exposing them to too much publicity, although both HUAC and McCarthy were successfully discredited afterwards by the media and Hollywood. Communists who held high positions in the U.S. government (i.e. the Treasury Dept.) included the Jews Harry Dexter White and Solomon Adler, and President F.D. Roosevelt’s right-hand man, and Soviet agent, the gentile Harry “The Hop” Hopkins (who lived at the White House, was “the most powerful man in FDR’s Administration,” was good buddies with Joe Stalin and was married to a Jew)[1]. (Trivia: Hopkins, not Roosevelt, controlled U.S. policy vis-a-vis the Soviet Union; in short, Stalin himself was nearly in the White House at that time). This first attempt at a Marxist revolution came close to succeeding.

2. The second attempt at a Marxist revolution in America was the 1960s “counterculture” movement; notable Jewish figures in this revolution included counterculture godfather Herbert Marcuse, Paul Krassner, Abbie Hoffman, Jerry Rubin, Stanley Levison (who managed and funded Martin Luther King Jr.), Betty Friedan, Bella Abzug, Phil Ochs, Allen Ginsberg, Saul Alinsky and many SDS (Students for a Democratic Society) leaders. Like the first attempt at revolution, this revolution happened too early to succeed. There weren’t enough people in favor of it (but parts of that revolution survived and live on even today. “Peace, man! Don’t Bogart that joint!”).

3. Unlike the first two attempts, the third attempt at a Marxist revolution in America happened without much Soviet involvement (since the Soviet Union died in 1991). Circa 1988, beginning in the major American universities such as Berkeley and Stanford, another left-wing revolution aimed at overthrowing White Normalcy was starting, using, as its weapon, Political Correctness/Cultural Marxism [2][2b][3][4]. This revolution, like the two other attempts at Marxist revolution, is heavily Jewish. And, it is still happening today. But it’s different from the 1960s counterculture movement in many ways. For one thing, major American corporations are aiding and funding this revolution! Further, this revolution is much bigger and more sophisticated than the 1960s revolution; significantly, it also involves immigration, whereas the other revolutions didn’t.

This newest revolution could succeed in overthrowing traditional America once and for all. There are far fewer normal, White people in America today than ever before in history.
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[1] Hopkins’ influence and power: book review “Reds in the White House” by William P. Hoar, https://www.claremont.org

[2] in 1988 Stanford University voted to abolish its long-standing, mandatory Western Civ course. Many universities in that era abolished Western Civ courses, while mandating negro-centric/Mexican-centric “ethnic studies” courses

[2b] the term “political correctness” was popularized in the Soviet Union. It refers to statements and ideas that aren’t factually correct, but are nonetheless politically correct

[3] Political Correctness is a part of Cultural Marxism. Under PC rules, nearly everything White is labeled an “-ism” or an “-ist”: racism, sexism, racist, sexist, etc.

[4] Time magazine declared in July 2016 that “political correctness is an absolute must” for America (see the article titled “Political Correctness Is An Absolute Must” by Mark Hannah, July 19, 2016)


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  7. 3 Responses to “Some Thoughts on Marxist Revolution in America”

    1. Antagonistes Says:

      The jews might be heavily involved in the various movements, but they cannot always control the direction they take.

      For example, the 60’s was a grab-bag; there was good and there was bad. But change was ready to happen; it was in the air. All that bourgeousie boredom was stifling everybody with half a brain.

      Even if Whites are outnumbered, we will continue. We will grow closer and more determined. In the pressure cooker, new flavors will come out.

      It is a cleansing process which is long overdue.

      Exciting times just ahead!

    2. Douglas MacArthur Says:

      It is a cleansing process which is long overdue.

      Exciting times just ahead!
      unquote

      12 minute mark
      http://whitegirlbleedalot.com/murder-more-white-people-oh-hell-yeah-a-new-podcast-from-colin-flaherty/
      https://conservative-headlines.org/uss-liberty-veterans-banned-forever-from-american-legion-natl-convention/

      https://www.lewrockwell.com/2019/08/no_author/exclusive-californias-homeless-crisis-engulfs-its-capital-as-sacramentos-business-owners/

      unquotehttps://www.uscpublicdiplomacy.org/sites/uscpublicdiplomacy.org/files/Seventy_Years_Metzgarv2.pdf

    3. Sri Sreggin Das, Mystic Yogi of the Kali Yuga Says:

      All things are as they are because of what has come before. If different things had happened before, then things would be different now. Different things did not happen before, so things are as they are now.

      All things are as they should be because of what has come before. That is the logic of karma.

      We cannot change the things that have come before; we can only deal with them the best that we can.

      Dealing with them will be challenging and exciting, indeed.

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