20 June, 2021

A North Korean Says American Universities Are Similar to Those in North Korea

Posted by Socrates in college, communism, communism as a weapon against the West, communism in America, Marxism, North Korea, the long march through the institutions, universities at 7:17 am | Permanent Link

(Above: Rudi Dutschke, the German, Marxist college student who coined the term “the long march through the institutions” circa 1967. In 1971 he was expelled from the University of Cambridge for being a communist subversive).

I have frequently said, “in many ways, America didn’t survive the 1960s.” American universities became radicalized in the 1960s by radical students (most of whom were Jews). Twenty years later, the radical students were teachers, and they radicalized the universities even more. This radicalization was the so-called “long march through the institutions.” There were several student uprisings in the universities in 1968, including at Columbia, and even in France.

Today, every American university is basically a Marxist brainwashing center. Why is this being tolerated? That means that the young people who graduate from the universities today are essentially Marxists.

A woman from North Korea, who would know from personal experience, says this about American universities: “I thought America was different but I saw so many similarities to what I saw in North Korea that I started worrying.” She also said about American universities: “North Korea was pretty crazy, but not this crazy.”

Isn’t that amazing? American universities — once bastions of freedom of speech and freedom of ideas — are now totalitarian. Consider it: your son or daughter is paying $20,000 per year (via student loans) to be brainwashed with Marxist ideas.

All U.S. states should close the universities within them, until the universities stop pushing Cultural Marxism and anti-White ideas. In the meantime, parents: don’t let your kids attend any university today! The universities need to be “canceled” until they can be re-made by normal people.


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