The 'Identity Politics' that has engulfed America’s cultural landscape, a divisive ideology steeply rooted in Marxism and fueled by racial narratives, has spread like wildfire through America’s most cherished institutions. As we have all witnessed lately, resists or dare to question the motives of its doctrines results in suspicioning at the least, dismissed as a racist at the worst.
Americans who have gone about their lives as normal are now asking themselves, “What the hell is going on?!” It's simple. America has allowed a generation of radical extremists to commandeer society, right in front of their very eyes. As a result, the society is being torn apart at the seams. The constantly changing lexicon of identity Marxism has left Americans dazed and confused. Words and ideas that are today not likely to provoke dissent or offense, become offensive and a crime tomorrow. Americans’ heads are spinning just trying to keep up — wait, now ‘football is gay’? I thought we weren’t supposed to call things ‘gay’? We believe survivors—well, only some survivors. Up is down, down is up.
In the 1960s and 70s, Marxist philosopher Herbert Marcuse theorized that it would be easier to stoke grievances among minority groups than among America’s working class. Stoking racial divisions to destabilize the United States was not an entirely novel idea. As former Communist Party USA member Manning Johnson described in Color, Communism and Common Sense (1958):
“Stirring up race and class conflict was the basis of all discussion of the Communist Party’s work in the South. Use of all racial, economic and social differences, no matter how small or insignificant, to start local fires of discontent, conflict, and revolt.” ....."use Negroes as the spearhead, or as expendables."
Marcuse saw revolutionary potential not just with blacks, but with immigrants, homosexuals, transgender people, women, and other so-called disaffected groups. Marcuse and the post-1960s radical left believed identity politics (and its tactical doctrine Critical Race Theory) was the chariot on which they would ride to a Marxist utopia in America.
Instead of dividing the people into economic classes, as the Bolsheviks and Mao did, the New Left divided people into groups based on race, sexual preference, sexual orientation, gender, nationality, disability status, and more. Whites were substituted for the bourgeoisie (the rich) as the new oppressor class; all other groups were said to be oppressed.
It doesn’t matter that Meghan Markle is a Hollywood starlet and royal Duchess, or that Oprah Winfrey and Lebron James are billionaires. They’re all victims.
The radical left embarked on an all-out blitz to infiltrate and gain control over America’s culture-making institutions: Hollywood, the media, corporations, foundations, the university and public education systems, professional sports, etc. Marxist activist Rudi Dutschke dubbed this strategy “the long march through the institutions of power.”
Today’s left-wing totalitarianism masquerades as kindness, demonizing dissenters and disfavored demographic groups to protect the feelings of ‘victims’ in order to bring about ‘social justice. Just watch MSNBC and it's not hard to see divisions being stoked along racial lines.
Under the guise of ‘diversity’, ‘inclusivity’, ‘equity’ and other egalitarian jargon, the left creates powerful mechanisms for controlling thought and discourse and marginalizing dissenters as evil. Once in control of America’s culture-making institutions, the left has propagandize the public with divisive messages such as: America is a systematically racist country; white people are born with unconscious biases and are inherently racist; saying “all lives matter” is racist; men have periods too; etc.
And before we knew it, the Duchess became a victim and football became gay.
POWER TO THE CORRECT PEOPLE!!