10 December, 2021

Cut the Postmodernist Crap

Posted by Socrates in Cultural Marxism, Derrida, Foucault, postMarxism, postmodern baloney, postmodernism, postmodernism and reality denial at 10:30 am | Permanent Link

With postmodernist philosophy, anything is possible. The sky can be yellow, if you want it to be! Do you want it to be yellow? Well, then it is! You can be a 6-year-old again! If you believe it, then it’s true (aka, reality denial). This is mental illness, but it’s popular with leftists in Berkeley.

In this case in Mexico, a 60-year-old can become a 40-year-old, at least on paper. How? Simply because he wants to! Because, according to postmodernist bullshit, “each person has his or her own reality, and no reality is better or worse than the next one. Truth is subjective, and it varies from person to person.” What crap! Let’s not mince words: postmodernism (aka, postMarxism) is a direct attack on White Western logic and science. It began in literature circa 1960, but it has spread to nearly everything. Postmodernist philosophy is more dangerous than regular Marxism because it is more extreme, more severe. (For example, in 1950, if you went to a psychiatrist and repeated to him your postmodernist beliefs [e.g., “a man can become a woman”], he’d declare you insane and have you committed to a rubber room. The main feature of postmodernism is social constructionism, and social constructionism is 90% Jewish in origin).

Later in the article, it mentions a man in The Netherlands, who said this: “Nowadays, in Europe and in the United States, we are free people. We can make our own decisions if we want to change our name, or if we want to change our gender. So I want to change my age. My feeling about my body and about my mind is that I’m about 40 or 45.” This is more postmodernist baloney, and, importantly, it’s also very female in attitude: notice the words: “My feeling about my body…” Feeling: that’s a female thing. How something “feels.” Not how it actually is, just how it “feels.” (“Feelings, whoa, whoa, whoa, feelings…” — remember that song from the radio, circa 1975? I don’t recall who sung it).


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