26 September, 2020

On Escaping Political Correctness

Posted by Socrates in communism, Critical Theory, Cultural Marxism, Marxism, Marxism and equality, Marxism as anti-White, political correctness, Socrates, Soviet Union at 12:03 pm | Permanent Link

This woman (who is a professor at California State University) is kind of unusual (in her rejection of PC) because women are much more PC than men — they are much more likely to follow the herd; peer acceptance is vital to them. Of course, PC is a “hive mind” thing, as she says, because it’s a part of Cultural Marxism [1]. [Here].


[1] “Politically correct” (PC) was a popular Soviet term. It referred to “something that is not factually correct, but is nonetheless politically correct” — in other words, it’s a lie. Political Correctness is a sub-ideology of Cultural Marxism (it’s the “language part” of CM, i.e., talking/writing) and Cultural Marxism is a sub-ideology of Critical Theory; they are all Jewish-founded ideologies; basically, the ideological flow chart reads like this: Critical Theory>Cultural Marxism>Political Correctness

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