Use It - Or Lose It !!
Historical Roots & Origins of Political Correctness
|From http://www.anu.org by Raymond V. Raehn
| Or WHY
only WHITE people EVER
get called RACIST
NOW THAT YOU KNOW !
What are you going to do about it ?
This IS the long term agenda for the Labour
Party in the UK
Social revolution has a
long history involving a number of disparate forces that
have conceivably been inspired by Plato's "Republic."
But it was the French Revolution of 1789 that probably inspired
Karl Marx to do what he did in the 19th century. In the
20th century it was the success of the Bolshevik Revolution
of 1917 in Russia that set off a wave of optimistic expectation
among the Marxist forces in Europe and America that the
new proletarian world of equality popularized by Marx was
finally coming into being as the wave of the future. Russia
as the first communist nation in the world would lead the
revolutionary forces to final victory.
Marxist revolutionary forces in Europe could not restrain
themselves. They leaped at this opportunity to lead the
proletarian workers into the promised new world. There was
a Communist Spartacist uprising in Berlin, Germany, led
by Rosa Luxemburg;
the creation of a Bavarian Soviet in Germany led by Kurt
Eisner, and a Hungarian Soviet established by Bella
Kun in 1919. At the time there
was great concern that all of Europe might soon fall under
the banner of Bolshevism.
This sense of impending
doom was given vivid life by Trotsky's
Red Army invasion of Poland in 1919 that was expected
to begin the triumphant conquest of all of Western Europe
by Soviet Armed Forces allied with local communists in accordance
with Lenin's plan.
While the Red Army's invasion
was defeated by Polish forces at the battle of the Vistula
in 1920, the Spartacist, Bavarian Soviet and Hungarian Soviet
all failed to gain widespread support of the workers and
after a brief time they were all deposed by opposition forces.
These events created a quandary for the Marxist revolutionaries
in Europe. Under Marxist economic theory, the oppressed
workers were supposed to be the beneficiaries of a social
revolution that would place them on top of the structure
of power. When the revolutionary opportunity presented itself,
the workers did not respond.
Marxist revolutionaries did not blame their theory for these
They blamed the workers.( So what else is new ? Thats
just like Tony Blair in the UK today, 2005.
Dont miss this item UK
Home Office Work Permits .... Sean Bryson )They resolved their quandary by an analysis that
focused on the cultural superstructure of society rather
than on the economic substructure as Marx did. The Italian
Marxist Antonio Gramsci and the Hungarian Marxist Georg
Lukacs contributed the most to this cultural Marxism.
Antonio Gramsci worked for
the Communist International in the years 1923 to 1924 in
Moscow and Vienna. He was later imprisoned in one of Mussolini's
jails, where he wrote his famous "Prison Notebooks."
Among Marxists, Gramsci is noted for his theory of cultural
and ideological hegemony as the means of class dominance.
His view that a new Communist man had to be made before
any political revolution led to a focus on the efforts of
the intellectuals in the fields of education and the culture
to perform this task.
Georg Lukacs was the son
of a wealthy Hungarian banker who began his political life
as a key Soviet agent of the Communist International. His
book, "History and Class Consciousness," gained
him recognition as the leading Marxist theorist since Karl
Marx. And like Marx his primary emotion was hatred. "I
saw the revolutionary destruction of society as the one
and only solution to the cultural contradictions of the
epoch," was one of his expressed attitudes. In defending
Bolshevism, Lukacs stated: "Such a worldwide overturning
of values cannot take place without the annihilation of
the old values and the creation of new ones by the revolutionaries."
In 1919, Lukacs became the
Deputy Commissar for Culture in the Bolshevik Bela Kun regime
in Hungary, where he instigated what became known as Culture
Terrorism. He launched an explosive sex education program.
Special lectures were organized in Hungarian schools and
literature printed and distributed to instruct children
about free love, about the nature of sexual intercourse,
about the archaic nature of the bourgeois family codes,
about the outdatedness of monogamy, and the irrelevance
of religion, which the Marxists said deprives man of all
Children urged thus to reject
and deride paternal authority and the authority of the Church,
and to ignore precepts of morality, easily and spontaneously
turned into delinquents with whom only the police could
cope. This call to rebellion addressed to Hungarian children
was matched by a call to rebellion addressed to Hungarian
women. This was a precursor to what Cultural Marxism would
later bring into American schools.
POLITICAL CORRECTNESS IS
AMERICA'S FORM OF MARXISM ( AND THE
UK's TOO ! )
In 1924, as a result of
a meeting the year before attended by Georg Lukacs and other
Marxist intellectuals associated with the Communist Party
of Germany, there came to be founded the Institute of Social
Research at Frankfurt University in Frankfurt, Germany.
This Institute became known as the Frankfurt School. Its
model was the Marx-Engels Institute in Moscow. The members
of this Institute prepared numerous studies on the beliefs,
attitudes and values they assumed led to the rise of German
national socialism. These were critical studies that combined
Marxist analysis with Freudian psychoanalysis. The sum of
these critical studies became known as Frankfurt School
Frankfurt School Critical
Theory was essentially destructive criticism of the main
elements of Western culture such as Christianity, capitalism,
authority, the family, patriarchy, hierarchy, morality,
tradition, sexual restraint, loyalties, patriotism, nationalism,
heredity, ethnocentrism, convention and conservatism. These
criticisms are reflected in such works of the Frankfurt
School as "Studies on Authority and the Family,"
Eric Fromm's "Escape From Freedom" and his "The
Dogma of Christ," Wilhelm Reich's "The Mass Psychology
of Fascism" and Theodor Adorno's "The Authoritarian
Personality" published in 1950.
Frankfurt School Critical
Theory encompasses a group of specific sub-theories such
as matriarchal theory, androgyny theory, personality theory,
prejudice theory, authority theory, family theory, sexuality
theory, racial theory, legal theory and literary theory.
These various sub-theories are used to induce an inversion
of the prevailing belief system so the Marxist revolutionaries
can engineer a non-violent social revolution.
And thus, in a couple of generations, the white
race itself )This requires the inversion of beliefs
of white males so that they feel impelled to relinquish
their positions to women and minorities. This
reflects the psycho-dynamics of social revolution
that lies at the core of Political Correctness.
And WHY Whites
Made GUILTY !
School prejudice theory as presented in Theodor
Adorno's "The Authoritarian Personality"
had the intended effect of inverting the belief
about racial discrimination.
The belief that racial discrimination was a normal
instinctive response to a perceived threat to
the survival of the race was inverted to a belief
that racial discrimination was evidence of a social
pathology and a mental sickness in an individual.
Frankfurt School theory of prejudice was then
applied to gender and sexual discrimination in
the same way.
By its very nature, Frankfurt
School Critical Theory amounted to a grand scheme for the
inversion of the intrinsic worth of white heterosexual males
that opened the intellectual door to the racial and sexual
antagonisms of the Trotskyites, Herbert Marcuse and Betty
Friedan. The expressed views of Leon Trotsky that were adopted
by his Fourth International were especially revealing. Trotsky
had denounced prejudiced white workers in scathing and bitter
terms. He followed this with the assertion that due to the
oppression of the Negroes they could become the most revolutionary
element of the population and furnish the vanguard of the
revolution. Trotsky demanded that the white workers assist
the blacks in this revolution.
Most of the young student leaders
of the 1960s counterculture revolution to a large extent followed
the dictates of Leon Trotsky by attempting to elevate black
revolutionaries to positions of leadership. Since the counterculture
revolution of the '60s was an attempt to invert the prevailing
culture as the very name implies, acceptance of an inversion
of white and black roles seemed logical to the student revolutionaries.
These radical Marxists also followed Herbert Marcuse of the
Frankfurt School, who became the admired philosopher on the
campuses of American colleges and universities in the '60s
with his advocacy of the feminist and black revolutions.
a Marxist revolutionary alumni of the Frankfurt
School, Marcuse became a key practitioner
of revolutionary theory in America. In 1947,
he argued the case for a Soviet republic
and welcomed anarchy, disintegration and
catastrophe to bring about revolutionary
the "Great Refusal," sexual liberation,
and the merits of the feminist and black
was that revolutionaries such as
university students, ghetto blacks,
One For Ethnic Recruitment !
the 21st of October 2006
I went to the Evening Standard - METRO Careers
& Jobs Exhibition at Earls Court.
I was given this leaflet
by a young Asian male
In his book "An Essay
on Liberation," Marcuse proclaimed his aim of a radical
transvaluation of values; the relaxation of taboo; cultural
subversion; critical theory; and a linguistic rebellion
that amounts to a methodical reversal of meaning. As for
racial conflict, Marcuse wrote that it is true that the
white man is guilty and the black population appears as
the most natural force of rebellion. The similarity to Leon
Trotsky's mindset should be noted.
Another important revolutionary
contributor to Political Correctness was Betty Friedan,
who promoted the modern feminist movement in America and
Canada with her book "The Feminine Mystique."
In that book, she claimed the feminist movement was a sex-role
revolution. This sex role inversion did indeed eventually
take the form of the extreme demand for female combat soldiers
and female fighter pilots, which was duly complied with
by the new American men.
In her book, Friedan devoted
almost a full chapter to Abraham Maslow's theory of self-actualization.
Maslow was a friend of Marcuse at Brandeis University and
had met with Erich Fromm in 1936. He was so impressed by
Fromm's Frankfurt School ideology that he wrote an article
entitled "The Authoritarian Character Structure,"
published in 1944. This reflected the personality theory
of Frankfurt School Critical Theory. Maslow was also impressed
with the work of Wilhelm Reich, who was another Frankfurt
School originator of personality theory that became an integral
part of Marxist ideology in America.
of the historical roots of Political Correctness
cannot be fully comprehended unless such a thing
as Betty Friedan's sex-role revolution is viewed
for what it really is a manifestation of the social
revolutionary process begun by Marx himself. Her
reliance on Maslow's reflection of Frankfurt School
Marxist ideology is simply one indicator.
idea of her sex-role inversion corresponds with
Georg Lukacs' annihilation of old values and the
creation of new ones by the Marxist revolutionaries
and Marcuse's radical transvaluation of all values.
But the very idea of transforming
a patriarchy into a matriarchy which is what a sex-role
inversion is designed to do can be connected directly to
Frederick Engel's book "The Origin of the Family, Private
Property, and the State," first published in 1884,
which popularized the currently adopted feminist belief
that the deep-rooted discrimination against the female sex
was a function of patriarchy.
The belief that matriarchy
is the solution to patriarchy flows from Marx's comments
in his "The German Ideology" of 1845. It was in
that document that Marx advanced the theory that wives and
children were the first property of the patriarchal male
which Engels elaborated in his book from notes made by Marx.
The Frankfurt School's matriarchal theory and its related
androgyny theory both originated from these sources. So
there is a historical consistency to this sex aspect of
the Marxist social revolution.
There is another historical
consistency to the racial aspect of the Marxist social revolution.
Marx had a revolutionary friend by the name of Moses Hess
who had introduced him to communism. In 1865, Hess wrote
the dictum in his book, "Rome and Jerusalem,"
that race struggle was to be primary. This could be seen
as the inspirational source of the Frankfurt School's prejudice
theory as well as the attitudes of Trotsky and Marcuse on
There is another historical
consistency to the Marxist social revolution that is related
to the Frankfurt School's Critical Theory as destructive
criticism. In his war plan of 1844 directed against the
Prussian state, Marx was more blunt about his use of ruthless
criticism. It was to be a weapon to destroy. What he intended
to destroy was the bourgeois middle class and so he related
the means to do this by class warfare.
Under his formula, the middle
class bourgeoisie was to become the oppressing class in
which the evils of society were to be concentrated and so
regarded as the notorious crime of the whole society. The
middle class was to be criminalized. This was the initial
part of Marx's social revolutionary process that was supposed
to lead to the disintegration of the middle class. The similarity
to Marcuse's use of the term "disintegration"
should be noted. In 1969, Marcuse wrote in "The Carnivorous
Society" that "what we must undertake is a type
of diffuse and dispersed disintegration of the system."
It so happens that when
the Frankfurt School's book "The Authoritarian Personality"
authored by Adorno, et. al. and edited by Max Horkheimer
was published in 1950, it was a seminal event because of
its substantial impact on American social psychologists
and social scientists of the day. It was one of a series
of books entitled "Studies on Prejudice." It evolved
from a simplified formula developed by the Frankfurt School
in Europe. Christianity plus capitalism plus the patriarchal
authoritarian family created a type of character that was
prone to racial prejudice and German fascism.
After the Frankfurt School
group of social revolutionaries came to America in the mid-1930s,
they looked around and observed an America that was Christian,
capitalist and with patriarchal families, so they sensed
there was potential for some kind of authoritarian regime
as came about in the Hitlerian Germany they had left. As
a result of these circumstances, "The Authoritarian
Personality" came to serve as an ideological handbook
for a national campaign against any kind of prejudice or
discrimination on the theory that if these evils were not
eradicated, another Holocaust might ensue. Political Correctness
evolved from that milieu.
What had begun with the
founding of the Frankfurt School in 1924 as destructive
criticism of the elements of Western culture had ended in
"The Authoritarian Personality" as a psychological
method for pathologizing any evidence of religious, cultural
or racial superiority in the thinking and behaviour among
the American majority. No single religion was to be superior.
No single culture was to be superior. And no single race
was to be superior. And so multiculturalism was invented.
And then no single sex was to be superior. And with nothing
superior, there was nothing to value. It was to be a matter
of choice by the individual self since there was to be no
higher authority than the self.
The method selected by the
Marxist social revolutionaries to control the American people
is rather single. It is by dialectical stages of operant
conditioning by words. Only instead of the bourgeois middle
class being made to bear the brunt of all society's ills
and thus merit the criminalisation of that class as Marx
proposed, the modern cultural Marxists have substituted
white heterosexual males as the class to be criminalized
by charges of racism, sexism, anti-Semitism, homophobia
or xenophobia as the particular circumstance requires.
They have manipulated the
federal government itself into passing laws and regulations
against discrimination to keep white males in their psychic
iron cage where they fear to challenge what is being done
to the American nation. Then Hate Crimes were added to this
cultural terrorism to keep white men in their place. This
was an inversion of reality since those who originated the
charge of Hate Crimes were ones who were guilty of attempting
to destroy the white male structure of power. But this is
what Frankfurt School Critical Theory has brought about.
of the historical roots of Political Correctness
would not be complete without reference to the
psychological process of dialectical stages of
operant conditioning by words that have been directed
against the larger body of Western Man in the
generic sense before Frankfurt School Critical
Theory came to be applied against American white
social revolutionaries have levelled criminal-like
charges of imperialism, colonialism, militarism,
chauvinism, feudalism, as well as fascism and
nazism in later years against Western Man.
These words are still part
of the Marxist vocabulary. But they were only in the first
of the dialectical stages. What has been going on in America
is the second stage. Only the first stage was designed to
destroy the whole Western structure of power that in earlier
times dominated the world. So the process is basically the
same except the social revolution in America is only a part
of this larger global picture.
The visible evidence that
Political Correctness reigns supreme over the American landscape
is not a nice sight for the eyes of a traditional American
to behold. For all practical purposes, the social revolution
promoted by the Marxists of the Frankfurt School and such
others as Leon Trotsky, Herbert Marcuse, and Betty Friedan
has been successfully executed in America. There is virtually
no sphere of American life that has been left untouched.
The revolutionary inversions in the heretofore prevailing
system of beliefs as a result of Frankfurt School Critical
Theory has had the effect of preparing Americans for an
ongoing and steadily increasing displacement of white men
by women and minorities in the governmental, judicial, military,
educational and informational structures of society as Marxist
|At the present time
the White race makes up approximately 8% of the "Global"
population, and that figure is shrinking rapidly.
We ARE a minority group !
As a social group like any other, we have a natural
right to ensure our own personal and cultural survival,
before we concern ourselves with other peoples.
Anyone who disputes this natural right has to be a RACIST
A real one