26 April, 2021

Just a Thought About BLM and Other

Posted by Socrates in 'Black Lives Matter', 'social construct', 'social construction', Critical Theory, Cultural Marxism, jewed culture, Jewed philosophy, postMarxism, postmodern baloney, postmodernism, postmodernism and reality denial, sociology at 12:57 pm | Permanent Link

Question: if race is a social construct (i.e., artificial, man-made), then Blacks don’t exist. And if Blacks don’t exist, then who’s committing all of the crime in Detroit and Baltimore? What?? Crime is a social construct, too?? Oh. Okay, then.

Anyway, most leftists say that “race is just a social construct.” In other words, race is not biologically real. Humans (i.e., the evil White men who ran the world until recently) invented “race” for their own selfish purposes: to oppress sweet, innocent Black and Brown people (who didn’t exist). That’s postmodernism: everything in the world is “a social construct.” Artificial. Not real. Created by evil Pale Males with a power/control agenda! Race, sex/gender, gender behaviors, etc. — as if White males are responsible for women feeling like women, or, for women screaming when they see a giant cockroach in the bathroom! Yeah, we programmed their minds! Yeah, sure! [1]. Trivia: women and minorities are much more likely to believe that race is merely a social construct and not biologically real [2][3]. This is a big problem when they become teachers at your children’s school.

Here’s my point: If that above is true, then how does the organization Black Lives Matter exist? After all, Blacks can’t exist if they are only social constructs. Make-believe beings. Who is giving, and spending, all of the BLM financial donations? If not Blacks, then who? And, if Black people don’t really exist, how can “Black lives matter”?


[1] According to postmodernism (a big, busy off-shoot of the Frankfurt School’s Critical Theory; see below), almost everything in the world is a White, heterosexual-male, social construct. Nothing is actually real, or organic, or natural. Straight White males manufactured everything in the world merely to control everything, to benefit themselves at the expense of everyone else. So you must question everything that straight, White males invented since at least The Enlightenment (circa 1720). It’s all a giant, straight White male plot! Do you buy that silly idea? Postmodernism is sick and dangerous. I’ve said before that postmodernists are mentally ill because they can’t distinguish fantasy from reality (or they don’t want to). Postmodernism is a more-expansive, more-inclusive version of Critical Theory (“critiquing”), which gave birth to Cultural Marxism (Cultural Marxism is a sub-ideology of Critical Theory; see below). Think of postmodernism as Critical Theory on steroids, covering art, architecture, politics, literature, nearly everything under the sun. Postmodernism is also called PostMarxism, for a reason. It’s an updated version of Marxism, applied to all parts of society. Also, “gender” is a made-up term for humans because it originally only referred to words/grammar, e.g., “him” “her” or “his” being masculine or feminine.

[2] “The Social Construction of Reality: A Treatise in the Sociology of Knowledge” was a ground-breaking, 1966 book of baloney by the “sociologists” Peter L. Berger (a Jew; his parents converted to Xianity) and Thomas Luckmann. First of all, the field of sociology came from a Jew (Emile Durkheim). Second of all, these two chuckle-heads above were strongly influenced by another Jew, philosopher Alfred Schütz, who was influenced by two more Jews, philosophers Edmund Husserl and Henri Bergson. So, “social construction” can easily be called “just another Jewish idea designed to upset White Western culture.” The very idea that “reality is socially constructed”! Many, if not most, things in the world are concrete and you decide how real they are, and how to deal with them. But the Jews want you to question everything. Because Jews themselves are slippery, paranoid people who answer questions with questions: “What’s your name?” “Why do you want to know?” True, everyone has “agents of socialization” in their lives (e.g., your father), but the idea that your father “creates your reality” for you is ridiculous. He might influence you, but that’s all.

[3] for clarification: 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; so that’s read: Critical Theory>Cultural Marxism>Political Correctness. Confusing, itz.

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