The Rise of Radical Racial Ideologies in Our Institutions

m.knox

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This is interesting. The more clowns like @LafayetteBear say it is all made up, the more articles pop up showing him to be totally incorrect.

Laying Siege to the Institutions​


https://imprimis.hillsdale.edu/laying-siege-to-the-institutions/

Why do I say that we need to lay siege to our institutions? Because of what has happened to our institutions since the 1960s.

The 1960s saw the rise of new and radical ideologies in America that now seem commonplace—ideologies based on ideas like identity politics and cultural revolution. There is a direct line between those ideas born in the ’60s and the public policies being adopted today in leftist-run cities like Seattle, San Francisco, and Chicago.

The leftist dream of a working-class rebellion in America fizzled after the ’60s. By the mid-1970s, radical groups like the Black Liberation Army and the Weather Underground had faded from prominence. But the leftist dreamers didn’t give up. Abandoning hope of a Russian-style revolution, they settled on a more sophisticated strategy—waging a revolution not of the proletariat, but of the elites, and specifically of the knowledge elites. It would proceed not by taking over the means of production, but by taking control of education and culture—a strategy that German Marxist Rudi Dutschke, a student activist in the 1960s, called “the long march through the institutions.”

This idea is traceable to Italian communist Antonio Gramsci, who wrote in the 1930s of “capturing the culture via infiltration of schools, universities, churches, and the media by transforming the consciousness of society.”

This march through our institutions, begun a half-century ago, has now proved largely successful. Over the past two years, I’ve looked at the federal bureaucracy, the universities, K-12 schools, and big corporations. And what I’ve found is that the revolutionary ideas of the ’60s have been repackaged, repurposed, and injected into American life at the institutional level.

Most Americans are shocked to discover this. We’ve all seen the outrage of parents over the past two years as they learned that their young children were being divided according to their skin color and deemed oppressed or oppressors in public school classrooms. Parents began expressing their outrage against critical race theory not only in school board meetings, but at the polls. This made big news in last year’s gubernatorial election in Virginia, and the demographic of the now-widespread voter rebellion shows that it crosses party lines.
 

joeaubie21

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All you need to do is look at TV commercials for the idyllic BS the public is being fed.
 
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m.knox

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All you need to do is look at TV commercials for the idyllic BS the public is being fed.

Yeah, I would have to say that gay men hugging and kissing is a bit over represented in ads today.

THOUGH, we have yet to see dudes in dresses........ Or have we?
 
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joeaubie21

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Not just that but all kinds of mixed couples are shown as highly successful and tra la la happy.

In reality 41 percent of these marriages end in divorce, domestic violence, and at the extreme, death.