New Vid.me video channel
I've started a new channel, The Iconoclast. An Iconoclast is a a person who attacks cherished beliefs, traditional institutions, etc., as being based on error or superstition.
The channel has only four videos for at the moment but many more are planned very soon. The channel will present alternate ideas from accepted norms, in both politics and religion. It is not intended to be controversial but some people might take offense at some things presented. Whatever, your political or religious identity, there will be something for everyone and more episodes are added.
"Political Correctness" and "Cultural Marxism" are one and the same.
Cultural Marxism method
From its inception, PC was designed to silence (censor) political voices of dissent. The current "Fake News" craze is one and the same as Communist style censorship of dissenting opinions. PC is an attack on the First Amendment. How did this become so common in America? It has been a generational plan by adherents of two Marxists socialists…
Two Marxists theorists, Antonio Gramsci in Italy and Gerog Lukacs in Hungary independently came up with an answer to why the working class, after WWI, did not embrace Marxism: the influence of traditional cultural Christian Religion. Lukacs was a major influence in the Frankfurt University, Institute for Social Research aka the Frankfort School. This school translated Marxist economic values into cultural values. The Frankfurt School’s key to success was crossing Marx with Freud. They argued that under Western culture people lived under psychological repression. From psychology they also drew the technique of psychological conditioning. The method is to vilify every one who defends traditional culture by labeling them as a "Racists," "Facists" and/or "Tyrant." All such opponents must submit to "sensitivity training" aka, brainwashing in the "new normal."
About five years ago, a faith leader offered me some political advice that I have greatly valued this year as this election cycle has hit new lows for mud slinging and propaganda. People are becoming divided as the propaganda quotient increases daily.
This faith leader's experience was confined to a single denomination, but in several locations representing divergent cultural demographics and varied ethnic compliments. These people all agreed on doctrine, but disagreed on politics by region. He warned me that immature Christians tend try to make their own political choices and opinions seem like the only morally correct opinions and choices … for all other Christians. In his experience, people of faith, with impeccable and unassailable family values and moral attributes and doctrinal agreement could take totally opposing positions on social issues and political candidates. How could he be minister to all without risking alienating half of his congregation? His answer was that political choices were not dictated by faith or morals. They were dictated by culture, influenced by habits, traditions, or propaganda. Now that's a bit of wise insight, but not the whole story.