8 thoughts on “MUST SEE Political Correctness Exposed! Marxism Communism Frankfurt School: End of Freedom

  1. I appreciate this amazing and informative piece!

    10 years ago I studied at Auckland University – BA subjects like Advertising, Media (Film/ TV), Sociology and Drama. ALL of which had elements of Marxist thought woven in here and there. It felt like Marxism was the only valid theory, and its terminology was trotted out to explain many cultural problems (- proletariat, bourgeouise, capitalist system, working class, industrialisation as the beginning of the end).

    Most classes would quote Frankfurt School thinkers in Textbooks or Readings about society and its ills. I didn’t like the focus on Marx, but didn’t know Glenn Beck or Agenda 21 stuff at the time. To hear this now about Frankfurt School explains a lot. Many Arts lecturers promoted a homosexual and socialist agenda through course content. I don’t like brainwashing or indoctrination. Thanks.

  2. Weimar Culture

    The same people Hitler threw out of Germany:the Frankfurt school were welcomed into American Universities,sociologists Karl Mannheim, Erich Fromm, Theodor Adorno, Max Horkheimer, Herbert Marcuse;the source of the infection. The decadence of the 20’s and 30’s was the perfect fit into Americas flapper/prohibition culture.
    Sound familiar?

    The social environment was chaotic, and politics were passionate. A significant new development in Germany’s intellectual environment happened in 1918, when the faculties of German universities became fully opened to prominent Jewish scholars for the first time. Leading Jewish intellectuals on university faculties included physicist Albert Einstein; sociologists Karl Mannheim, Erich Fromm, Theodor Adorno, Max Horkheimer, Herbert Marcuse; philosophers Ernst Cassirer and Edmund Husserl; political theorists Arthur Rosenberg and Gustav Meyer; and many others. Nine German citizens were awarded Nobel prizes during the Weimar Republic, five of whom were Jewish scientists, including two in medicine.[5] Jewish intellectuals and creative professionals were among the leading figures in many areas of Weimar culture.

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