”Multi-Culturalism is Cultural Marxism and it is the translation of Marxist Theory but instead of the ”haves” v ”the have nots” they created the ”oppressor” v ”the oppressed”. In the name of diversity they pit people of the same racial group against each other as well as people of different groups.” Group ID is thus confused?
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Comment: “The cultural Marxists are mainly comprised of people who have no genealogy, who therefore hate genealogy. The majority of people in Third World countries love Marxism because they can only trace their own family back a few generations. They view cultures who have an illustrious genealogy, such as Britain, France and Israel, with intense jealousy and resentment, and they see cultural Marxism (globalism) as a way of attacking genealogy so it is swept away, so nobody has a genealogy. It is to chant the slogan “We are all equals, part of a new multi-cultural classless society where everyone is equal.” This slogan may sound nice on paper, but it doesn’t work well in real life.
As the cultural Marxists (globalists) continue to take over the schools and TV, yes it is true that their suppression of genealogy results in no more jealousy and hatred of people’s genealogies, the jealousies simply shift to a different arena.
What is happening here is the same inherent problem with Islam. Early on they found men would get sexually aroused by women, some to the point of rape. Instead of implementing a new set of laws within Islam that would teach all men sexual self-control,. they instead chose to remove the “pretty woman” from Islamic culture, so men with no self-control would no longer be aroused by it. This is exactly what cultural Marxism does with genealogy. Now some people would argue that because Karl Marx was Jewish, this couldn’t be the case. Surely the Jewish culture is steeped in illustrious genealogy that overshadows every other culture. Well, some people don’t know this, but there is a small number of Jews who hate the Jewish culture. They hate the genealogy that perhaps sets them apart “too much” from other peoples. Karl Marx was one of these Jews. He created a communism that stamped out all culture and genealogy.
The Soviet Union would be a place any Jew who was sick of Jewish genealogy could move to, and live nicely without ever being reminded of his genealogy. The main reason some Jews like seeing culture stamped out, is so they won’t have to worry about anti-Semitism. In fact, the first law enacted after the Russian revolution took over was that anti-Semitism became illegal, punishable with the death penalty. Any Jew in the world who was “fed up with being Jewish” could move to Russia and never have to worry about it again.
The way to deal with culture and genealogy is not to stamp it out so no one gets jealous. The answer is to teach cultural respect. It is to teach people who all cultures are good just that they are a little different from each other, and these differences must be respected. This is not happening in the Western world. Instead only the non-white cultures are being portrayed as kind, quaint and beautiful. The white cultures are being portrayed as bad, undesirable and wicked.
Sadly, when non-whites look at the white culture they always consider Jews to be the pinnacle f the whites. They view Jews and Israel as the leaders of the white cultures, as “the royal family” of the white cultures. And what this means, is the more the white culture is bashed and denigrated in the media, the more Israel is looked at in a bad light. This can translate into Israel getting a bad deal on the Iran-nuclear issue. It means that in countries with high Muslim immigration like France and Sweden, that more Jews are being attacked in the street.
The media in the west should realize that when non-whites watch programs portraying the white culture as undesirable, the non-whites figure Jews and Israel are the upper classes of the white culture, so the Jews and Israel are even worse.
Again, the media would be much better off by portraying all cultures in a good light, just that each is a little different from the other, and we must respect those differences.”