Wednesday, August 29, 2007

Video MUST SEE: The History Of Political Correctness

Have you ever wondered what makes the left "tick;" where all this political correctness came from? Look no further than the following video for the answers. This explains everything. Contrary to what many believe, political correctness was not born in the 1960's radical movements; those movements were merely the ideas of "cultural Marxism" born in the aftermath of WWI having come to fruition and which have been blooming ever since. Pay attention to the part about studies in "critical theory" which are taught at almost every major university in the West. I had classes on the subject during my years at university back in the mid-1980s. Pay attention to the references to Freud and psychoanalysis (also part of critical theory studies) which expanded Marxism from an economic ideoology to include a cultural component. And if you put two and two together, you will see a partial motivation for the rise of Hitler and anti-Semitism, which, although Hitler used the Jews as scapegoats, was as much of an attemtpt to rid Germany of the Communist influence that had a major effect on the culture of the Weimar Republic (many of Germany's Communists happened, also, to be Jewish) as it was an attempt to re-establish the traditional paganism of Germanic culture to which Hitler saw the Jews and their monotheism as a direct threat. But I digress. Watch the video. It's just over 20 minutes long and will explain how political correctness came to be and why modern liberalism is, indeed, as I have defined it previously - "a mental disorder, characterized by symptoms of ethnocentric masochism, narcissism, and Western guilt which manifest in the liberals' projections of their own inadequacy and weakness which they often try to compensate for with bravado, hubris, and an over-inflated sense of self-importance" - an attempt to destroy Western civilization as we know it.

Hat-tips: Pamela at Atlas Shrugged and Vilmar.

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