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Cultural Marxism and the 1% Revolution

Why do we have a feeling something just isn’t quite right?
Why does it no longer matter who you vote for, nothing changes?
Why didn’t the 'Workers of the World Unite'?
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The author is a UK citizen, an English and social science teacher living in SE Asia. Не currently works in China

In today’s world of indoctrination, propaganda and conspiracy theory, there is rarely a clear divide between fact and fiction. From Clinton’s demonic possession to Icke’s shape shifting reptiles; for every subjective account there is an opposite explanation, leaving the individual to rationalise the world around them. Moreover, in a west where belief replaces reality and an estimated 40% of Europeans suffer from some form of mental illness; shape shifting reptiles and the belief that Clinton’s demonic possession now carries as much weight as reality. In this context, fantasy and belief have replaced reality, which makes for sensational headlines, suitable for increasingly dumbed down societies with short attention spans, but misses the underlying causes. Is it therefore any wonder that in societies such as these, people turn to fantasies to disguise the horrors of reality?
Yet, where does all this come from and who are the people behind these old, new ideas? Let’s return to reality and take a brief journey into cultural Marxism and the 1% Revolution.
Why do we have a feeling that something just isn’t quite right?
"The civilized world has been thoroughly saturated with Christianity for 2000 years. Any country grounded in Judeo-Christian values cannot be overthrown until those roots are cut. But to cut the roots — to change culture — a long march through the institutions is necessary. Only then will power fall into our laps like a ripened fruit" - Antonia Gramsci.
Accordingly, the minorities of BLM, destitute immigrants, feminists and homosexuals replace the workers’ of yesteryear as the cultural revolutionary cadres and in turn; the radical political elite become the new revolutionary workers’ committees. From Mugabe in Zimbabwe, once the bread basket of Africa, to Chavez in Venezuela, once a rich oil exporter, the fantasy of socially engineering equality all without exception ended in dictatorships, providing an equal share of misery for all. This time is no different and with increasing frequency, a re-packaged ideology, with the added inducements of freedom, equality and human rights, begins to come out into the open.
The collapse of the USSR did not destroy the ideology behind it. Adapting to the current era, collectivisation and equality came back with a vengeance, through the European Union and into America, via Obama.
Why does it no longer matter who you vote for, nothing changes?
"The revolution won’t happen with guns; rather it will happen incrementally, year by year, generation by generation. We will gradually infiltrate their educational institutions and their political offices, transforming them slowly into Marxist entities as we move towards universal egalitarianism" - Max Horkheimer.
The world changed, but the previous ideologies didn’t. Meet the 1% repackaged radicals
Disguised with democrat, social and Christian, the reality behind the today’s smiling faces
Why didn’t the 'Workers of the World Unite'?
"I see the revolutionary destruction of society as the one and only solution. A worldwide overturning of values cannot take place without the annihilation of the old values and a creation of the new ones by the Revolution" - George Lukács.
The 11 points of the Marxist Frankfurt School, provides a brief look at the proposed destruction of traditional values using cultural Marxism to dumb down society to accept progressivism. The intent is to destroying the three pillars of western society, religion, culture and family values, which previously held society together, using cultural minorities instead of workers.
An excellent introduction to cultural Marxism in less than ten minutes, but with dreadful voice overs, is an excerpt from cultural Marxism. As far back as the 60s, radicals realised the western workers were not going to revolt and promoted cultural minorities as the new proletariat. Consequently, the results of this destructive change not only altered society, it started to change people, promoting the narcissistic behaviour visible today.  
Previously, politicians had to convince populations of the merits behind an ideology. Logically, the better way is to change the culture to make people want the ideology. It worked; all across the western world the populations cheer on their own degradation in the name of progress and freedom, as multiculturalism destroys national identity, people turn to Satanism and sexual perversions become a lifestyle choice.
When you dance with the devil, the devil doesn’t change; it changes you – Amanda Hocking
The Old, New Servitude

"It (the progressive European Union) was devised to make sure that the great mass of the people could not control government, ever again" - Janet Daley, author and journalist.
Out with Orwell’s 20th century 1984 jackboot approach, replaced with Huxley’s, Brave New World Revisited. Comparing 1984 with Brave New World, Huxley states: "Within the next generation I believe the world rulers will discover infant conditioning and narco-hypnosis are more efficient, as instruments of government, than clubs and prisons, and that the lust for power can be just as completely satisfied by suggesting people into loving their servitude as by flogging and kicking them into obedience."  
The exclusive club of the 1% European political elite alcoholics, former bankers and radicals.  
Back to the Future
The confusion of terms arising from cultural and Marxism is that people ordinarily associate Marxism with promises of a utopia; whereas the current cultural element is the dumbing down to accept a 1% utopic progressive rule. All previous attempts at introducing a utopic workers revolution, or socialist equality, ended in dictatorship, as that was always the intention. In the whole history of humanity, the meek, dispossessed, or workers, never managed to inherit the earth, or anything remotely resembling it. That’s why cultural Marxism is popular across the political spectrum and the social decline; poverty and welfare do not affect the 1% bankers, corporations and politicians, who on the contrary, prosper from the chaos. This is what the bureaucratic 1% dogma of European progressivismlooks like in reality and this, a three minute critique.
There are no shape shifting reptiles, or bizarre conspiracy theories and President Obama didn’t invent "Change you can believe in." Police militarisation, the growing momentum to ban guns, NSA spying, FEMA and the 2011 NDAA, which gives US Presidents authority to override congress and introduce a national martial law, should already provide clues.
When a population has to compete for a dwindling amount of available wealth, it also becomes accustomed to a lower standard in which food kitchens, homelessness and poverty become the norm. As people tend to compare standards within peer groups, when the next door neighbour also has nothing, there’s nothing left to complain about.
Yet the greatest irony comes from the foot soldier social justice warriors, who can’t comprehend that equality is an unachievable abstract, capitalism isn’t working because it was never designed to fund mass welfare states and mass uncontrolled immigration has failed in every country across the west. Yet the dream lives on in every generation, for which the 1% remain grateful.


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