Political Correctness imposed
We can not have a government that pulls a politically correct ideology down over our ears and demand that we must be 'trendy' instead of using our own head, out of our own experience and intelligence. Obviously, we should listen, but do not take anything for granted without careful evaluation.
We should also trust ourselves more and be more resolute. You and yours are the most important people, but it does not mean that we should not help others when we have the possibility.
We must also have the ability to see the reality of life and have the courage to choose between right and wrong, instead of saying 'Oh My Good!' and stick your head under the pillow.
Muslim demonstration in Oslo, Norway in October 2017. Judging by the number of prams in the procession, the predictions stated by the Frankfurt School in 1923 under point 5. below are already coming true
Imagine a crowded lifeboat after a shipwreck. There are still a lot of people in the water, crying and screaming while trying to board the already overloaded lifeboat. What are you doing now as a responsible officer? Do you take more on board, we all sink. An extremely difficult decision, based on the reality, must be taken by the responsible person.
Ayn Rand philosophy (Famous philosopher and writer)
"A trader is a man who earns what he receives and does not give or takes it unprofitable. He does not treat men as masters or slaves, but as independent equals. He trades with men using a free, voluntary, undisturbed, exuberant exchange with benefits for both parties of their own independent judgment. " Rand recommended laissez-faire capitalism, based on all individuals' rights to life, freedom, property and the pursuit of happiness, with a government limited to protecting only those rights. Nobody or poor, talented or not - could get the government to control others through regulations or gain extra wealth through tax-funded subsidies. It would be a trading community, as Rand considered the fundamental principle of justice.
THE FRANKFURT SCHOOL (1923)
Western Europe and the USA is today dominated by an alien system of beliefs, attitudes and values that we have come to know as “Political Correctness.” Political Correctness seeks to impose a uniformity of thought and behaviour on all Europeans and is therefore totalitarian in nature. Its roots lie in a version of Marxism which seeks a radical inversion of the traditional culture in order to create a social revolution.
Political Correctness in Higher Education
The most tragic victims of this age of political correctness are the students. The traditional goal of a liberal arts education – acculturation, whereby students absorb the inherited wisdom of the past – has been set aside. Increasingly, a university education today seems to involve political indoctrination. When all is said and done, political correctness substitutes smug feelings of righteousness for the traditional habits of critical thinking. One distinguished scholar recently lamented that “higher education is increasingly about acquiring attitudes and opinions that one puts on like a uniform.” All planned for the ´global elite´s´ NWO.
Because the academy is a relatively isolated world, it can allow politicised administrators to turn the campus into a laboratory for experiments in social transformation. When critics of political correctness have compared the atmosphere on campus to that of a totalitarian state, liberal pundits have been quick to denounce them as hysterical. Few of these pundits have any first-hand experience of daily life on campus.
Radical Feminism and Political Correctness
Critical Theory as applied mass psychology has led to the deconstruction of gender in the European culture. Following Critical Theory, the distinction between masculinity and femininity will disappear. The traditional roles of the mothers and fathers are to be dissolved so that patriarchy will be ended. Children are not to be raised according to their biological genders and gender roles according to their biological differences. This reflects the Frankfurt School rationale for the disintegration of the traditional family. Thus, one of the basic tenets of Critical Theory was the necessity to break down the traditional family in preparation for the NWO.
The Frankfurt School Origin and Ideology
Set up by a group of Marxist intellectuals in Germany in 1923, affiliated to the University of Frankfurt and independently of the Communist Party, which has been influential in the development of Marxist theory ever since.
Basically, the Frankfurt School believed that as long as an individual had the belief — or even the hope of belief — that his divine gift of reason could solve the problems facing society, then that society would never reach the state of hopelessness and alienation that they considered necessary to provoke a socialist revolution. Their task, therefore, was as swiftly as possible to undermine the “Judaeo-Christian legacy.”
LD: “Judeo-Christian” is an oxymoron, a contradiction in terms, given that Judaism and Christianity are at opposite ends of the religious spectrum. Since most Jews are actively hostile to Christianity, and since Talmudic Jews actually take pleasure in the thought of Christ being boiled in excrement in hell, to speak of the “Judeo-Christian legacy” is clearly nonsensical.
To undermine Western civilization, the Frankfurt School Jews called for the most negative and destructive criticism possible of every sphere of life. To de-stabilize society and bring it to its knees, to engineer collapse, to produce crisis and catastrophe — this became the aim of these maladjusted and mentally sick Jewish revolutionaries masquerading as high-powered intellectuals. Their policies, they hoped, would spread like a virus — “continuing the work of the Western Marxists by other means”, as one of their members noted.
To further the advance of their “quiet” cultural revolution, the Frankfurt School made the following twelve recommendations — all of them calculated to undermine the foundations of society and create the dystopia we now see all around us:
1. The creation of racism offences and hate speech laws. 2. Continual change to create confusion (e,g., in school curricula). 3. Masturbation propaganda in schools, combined with the homosexualization of children and their corruption by exposing them to child porn in the classroom. 4. The systematic undermining of parental and teachers’ authority. 5. Huge immigration to destroy national identity and foment future race wars. 6. The systematic promotion of excessive drinking and recreational drugs. 7. The systematic promotion of sexual deviance in society. 8. An unreliable legal system with bias against the victims of crime. 9. Dependency on state benefits. 10. Control and dumbing down of media. (Six Jewish companies now control 96 percent of the world’s media. LD). 11. Encouraging the breakdown of the family. 12. All all-out attack on Christianity and the emptying of churches.
One of the main ideas of the Frankfurt School was to exploit Freud’s idea of “pansexualism”: the search for indiscriminate sexual pleasure, the promotion of “unisex”, the blurring of distinctions between the sexes, the overthrowing of traditional relationships between men and women, and, finally, the undermining of heterosexuality at the expense of homosexuality — as, for example, in the idea of “same-sex marriage” and the adoption of children by homosexual couples.
This was written in th 20´s but as you well know, is happening in Europe and the USA today.
One of Edmund Burke’s most famous sayings is that “the only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing.”
Hidden plans and predictions for Eurabia goes back to 1923
Eurabia is a political neologism, a portmanteau of Europe and Arabia, used to describe a conspiracy theory of globalist elements, allegedly led by French and Arab powers, to Islamise and Arabise Europe, thereby weakening its existing culture and undermining a previous alignment with the U.S. and Israel.
The concept was coined by Bat Ye'or (pen name of Gisele Littman) in the early 2000s and is described in her 2005 book titled Eurabia: The Euro‐Arab Axis. Europe, Ye'or argues, has surrendered to Islam and is in a state of submission (which she referred to as dhimmitude) in which Europe is forced to deny its own culture, stand silently by in the face of alleged Muslim atrocities, accept Muslim immigration, and pay tribute through various types of economic assistance. According to the theory, the blame rests with a range of groups including communists, fascists, the media, universities, mosques and Islamic cultural centres, European bureaucrats, and the Euro-Arab Dialogue.
THE EURO-ARAB DIALOGUE
The Euro-Arab Dialogue as a forum shared by the European Community and the League of Arab States arose out of a French initiative and was launched at the European Council in Copenhagen in December 1973, shortly after the « October War » and the oil embargo. As the Europeans saw it, it was to be a forum to discuss economic affairs, whereas the Arab side saw it rather as one to discuss political affairs.There was a need for innovation as the Community and the League had at that time very little experience with structured dialogues with other institutions. Thus the main bodies of the Dialogue were created: the « Ministerial Troika », « General Committee » and working committees.
The Troika which has entered into normal Community practices with non-member states was initiated to assist the country in the Presidency of the Council for matters of Political Cooperation and to ensure continuity. For the Dialogue, the Troika consists of representatives from both sides from the current, previous and next presidencies. The composition of the General Commission, the central body of the Dialogue, is left to the discretion of the two sides. It is thanks to this so-called « Dublin Compromise » that the PLO has also been able to take part in the Dialogue.
The activity of the Dialogue was suspended in 1979 upon request of the League of Arab States, following the Camp David Agreements, after only four sessions of the General Committee. With the Venice Declaration in June 1980, the Community decided it was time to work on the political aspects of the Dialogue and organized a preparatory meeting for the General Committee in Athens in December 1983. Egypt’s conspicuous absence due to its suspension from all activity of the League of Arab States was enough to prevent the full resumption of activity.
Following Egypt’s return, there was a further attempt to relaunch the Dialogue in December 1989, once again following an initiative of France – who held the EC Presidency at the time – with a Euro-Arab Ministerial Conference being convened in Paris. The Conference was followed in June 1990 by a meeting of the General Commission of the Dialogue. The Gulf Crisis and the Arab splits and differences which followed have blocked the Dialogue in the meantime.
And today it all happens as planned and predicted in 1923, all by the aid of