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[–]DeliveranceUntoThee 4 insightful - 1 fun4 insightful - 0 fun5 insightful - 1 fun -  (1 child)

I hadn't considered it before, but I feel it highly likely that 'cultural marxism' is indeed a psyop designed to play off of mans ignorance of ideology. Let's face it, how many voters have read Marx? How many understand the concepts he put forth? How many have studied the application of said concepts throughout history? They are with eyes to look, but without mind to see.


I like cultural dissolution over cultural takeover. The 'takeover' part will sound alarmist to those conditioned to be alarmed. An alternate way of phrasing it could be 'cultural dissimilation', the opposite of cultural assimilation. Truth & liberty are the two pillars of western society, and it is this foundation that has been targeted for dissimilation by those that wish to see man once again enslaved by their masters. Whether we like it or not, the age of mastery lies ahead. It is humanity that is to choose between mastery over self versus mastery over man. From above, it is a collective choice, but from below it is an individual choice. Mass awakening is a feedback loop when the way is lit by that which shines.


I applaud this post, though 'cultural marxism' isn't the only terminology meriting restoration of logos. For instance, the word describing one that spreads cultural dissolution: 'neomarxist', it is technically correct but intentionally disingenuous. Two more off the top of my head are neoliberal and neoconservative. Pretty much neo anything. At present this is a very common magical mantra. It means "new", but you see 'neo' is an anagram for 'one'; in the same way that the 'new' world order is analogous to a 'one' world government. The neo eon of one. This has been broadcast into the collective unconscious via "The Matrix" Christ-like hero/protagonist 'Neo' A.K.A. 'The One', living in room 101. The wise men jokes are disguised in symbolism, anagram, homophone, backmask, numerology, gematria, geography, astrology, you name it. The Wachowski brothers left us a bread crumb encrypted within a hermetic story while at the same time teaching humanity the nature of conditioning and about the inherit ability of the individual to unplug. They gave us the modern equivalent of Plato's Cave and they are now known as the Wachowski sisters. Cause and effect?

[–]magnora7[S] 3 insightful - 1 fun3 insightful - 0 fun4 insightful - 1 fun -  (0 children)

I feel it highly likely that 'cultural marxism' is indeed a psyop designed to play off of mans ignorance of ideology.

That's a perfect way to summarize what I'm trying to get at. This is exactly what I think is true.

I like "cultural dissimulation" a lot, that's a great phrase, especially because it's creating anti-harmonious "dissimilarities" in the culture. It might be a bit overly-complex for the average person though. Maybe we could call it "cultural distortion" or "cultural corruption"? I like terms like that because even though they sound a bit "punchy" they convey the meaning without having to learn the definition separately. I think this expedites the spread of the idea, when people can immediately grasp what it means just by the name.

I applaud this post, though 'cultural marxism' isn't the only terminology meriting restoration of logos.

Definitely agree, there are hundreds of examples in our language of misleading or biased phraseology that is designed to shape public opinion and thus public behaviors.

It's interesting what you say about neo-, I agree with that completely. "neo" just seems to be a way to rebrand any existing ideology in the framework of globalist corporatism. And I still don't know what to make of the Wachowski sisters thing, it strikes me similar to the Chelsea Manning situation. Did someone get to them, or did they get to themselves? I've always wondered what happened there. Perhaps it is a form of divide and conquer, to divide a person even amongst their own self, so they are constantly in-fighting. This disempowers them on an individual level that reflects then to how the society treats the individual as well.

Can you imagine a divide and conquer technique so powerful it not only divides democrats versus republicans, or blacks versus whites, but even half of yourself versus the other half of yourself? Talk about immobilizing. I think the epidemic of depression might serve a similar purpose. Mental illness causes instability, and instability makes things easier to compromise.

[–]JasonCarswell 2 insightful - 1 fun2 insightful - 0 fun3 insightful - 1 fun -  (2 children)

I've said something like this for ages. It's an intentional slander on Marx. I've said it should be "Cultural Totalitarianism".

[–]magnora7[S] 2 insightful - 1 fun2 insightful - 0 fun3 insightful - 1 fun -  (1 child)

It's honestly terrible wording, it confuses the actual concept very badly because of the polarized wording

[–]JasonCarswell 2 insightful - 1 fun2 insightful - 0 fun3 insightful - 1 fun -  (0 children)


When I first heard of it I tried to look it up. Several times. And failed. I was very confused for a long time until I gradually got a sense of its meaning.

At least this paragraph has expanded (TL;DR), but Wikipedia to this day still redirects "cultural Marxism" searches here: