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Political Correctness: What It Is and Where It Came From
05-30-2013, 04:08 AM #1
KILLUMINATI Made Ya Look!!
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Quote:We’ve all heard the terms “politically correct” and “political correctness.” We know that these terms started out as little more than euphemisms, but in reality, they were (and are) actually decoys. The euphemistic aspect of these terms was emphasized in order to hide the real threat that political correctness poses for society.

Political correctness is essentially the outer workings on society of cultural Marxism. The goal of cultural Marxism is to rework society so that the traditional values are replaced completely. Whereas the Marxists of old believed the best way to achieve this was through violent, even militarized, opposition, the Marxists of today (the New Left, or just leftists) have found a better way to do the same thing and avoids bloodshed and death. It is done by changing society from within. This is something intellectual Antonio Gramsci understood and promoted in many of his writings.

Most people think that being politically correct means simply avoiding terms, phrases, and actions that have no purpose other than to offend people. Normally, these other people are part of minority groups. It isn’t socially acceptable for example, to use derogatory terms when referring to people of color or gays. Political correctness says that a civilized society avoids doing this type of thing because it simply exacerbates problems and creates more of a gulf between groups.

But is that what political correctness is all about? In short, political correctness – rather than encouraging people to recognize their sameness – encourages people to see and emphasize their differences. This is also known as multiculturalism. We should celebrate our diversity, rather than our sameness. In fact, we should actually celebrate those who are different from us, as if they are better because of those differences (unless you’re white). Politically correct thinking tells us to ignore the character of the person and merely focus on the color of his skin or gender.


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05-30-2013, 05:12 AM #2
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It allows a breakdown of a moralistic society, no morals in society allows for stiffer control on the population.

So by not speaking out about the filth and wackos, you are helping with the process of destroying your own society.


The "lefties" are creating a hell on earth, with their baby killing, ƒäģģ0t loving ways. chuckle.gif
05-30-2013, 05:46 AM #3
KILLUMINATI Made Ya Look!!
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(05-30-2013, 05:12 AM)Anonymous Kritter Wrote:  It allows a breakdown of a moralistic society, no morals in society allows for stiffer control on the population.

So by not speaking out about the filth and wackos, you are helping with the process of destroying your own society.


The "lefties" are creating a hell on earth, with their baby killing, ƒäģģ0t loving ways. chuckle.gif


IDC what anyone does but if I don't agree with them that does not mean that I hate them
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05-30-2013, 05:54 AM #4
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Actually you would care, for an example: you take your young children to the park or some public place, only to find two men making out and openly being vulgar.

Political correctness says that you're not supposed to say anything about it and accept it, letting your young children watch and "get used to it".


Like I said, if you don't speak up against the immoral and filth, you're helping it to become the norm.
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05-30-2013, 06:02 AM #5
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That exact "I don't care what people do" attitude has gotten us to where we are today.


It's not yours or my fault, but it is what we've allowed to happen. When people sit quietly and ignore the bad things, it only gets worse.


Another example would be how the urban youth act like wild animals, killing anyone at the drop of a hat. Which is their choice, but the bad part about it is that they don't keep their way of life to themselves, it spills over towards the innocent most times.
05-30-2013, 03:22 PM #6
KILLUMINATI Made Ya Look!!
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(05-30-2013, 05:54 AM)Anonymous Kritter Wrote:  Actually you would care, for an example: you take your young children to the park or some public place, only to find two men making out and openly being vulgar.

Political correctness says that you're not supposed to say anything about it and accept it, letting your young children watch and "get used to it".


Like I said, if you don't speak up against the immoral and filth, you're helping it to become the norm.


I see your point.

I left out IDC what anyone does if it does not affect me
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05-30-2013, 03:33 PM #7
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Frankfurt School is where they did a lot of the dirty work.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Frankfurt_School

I went (unknowingly) to a Marxist faculty here, it was appalling, might as well have been in a re-education camp, but you don't have to pay to be in one of those. I became a christian shortly after graduation. I suppose I should have known better but I didn't realise universities were so politicised at the time, I thought they were institutes of higher education, not brainwashing centres. Naturally the faculty hated me in the latter phases. Probably didn't help that I didn't want to form a uh personal relationship with any of the lecherers, and no that's not a spelling mistake.
05-30-2013, 03:41 PM #8
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Hm.

Way older phenomenon than Mr Moses Mordecai
Levy and his handlers...

Must admit "Karl Marx" was one heck of
a stylish and effective pseudonym, though.
05-30-2013, 03:52 PM #9
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It's kind of killed humor as well. http://FunnyOrDie.com/m/52b7

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