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The Relentless March of Cultural Maoism By James Reed

     Move over cultural Marxism and the Frankfurt School (this stopped me from ever eating frankfurts, which I liked drowned in tomato sauce), here comes cultural Maoism, the modern doctrine of communist brain control that old chairman Mao himself devised:

“NYU professor Michael Rectenwald warns that western civilization is under siege from Maoist totalitarians and that we are on the verge of “completely losing our culture.” In a blistering Facebook post, Rectenwald provided perhaps the most succinct summary of the threat facing the west ever written. “We’re undergoing a Maoist-like Cultural Revolution — with the power of the corporate mass media, corporate social media, the academy, most of corporate America, the deep state, the shadow government, and most of the legal apparatuses behind it,” wrote the professor, adding that, “Anti-western, anti-individual, anti-Christian, anti-liberty monsters are ravaging our cultural legacies as well as our contemporary arts and letters.” “Our entire culture is under siege and undergoing an utter and relentless social justice dismantling,” warned Rectenwald. “Leftist totalitarianism is running amok. We’re on the precipice of completely losing our culture, the benefits of western civilization, and the entire legacy of western civilizational history.” He ended the post by asserting, “A major resurgence and counter attack is necessary and soon.” In a follow up post, the professor doubled down on his warning, remarking, “How dare the left have pretensions of moral superiority. Leftists in power have mass-murdered and imprisoned more people than any other contingent in political history. Don’t come around here acting morally superior to me or anyone else, you monsters.”

     Now as someone ever critical of the universities, I am delighted to see a professor saying what we have said at this site. But, while none of us interact with the universities, except that it is convenient for me to sometimes use the library of my old university in Melbourne, the good professor is right in the thick of it. The Leftoid students today are probably more violent than they were when I was at university doing my bs Arts degree in English literature in the late 1960s, so there will be trouble. Nevertheless, I salute his braveness in stating what needs to be said.”

     For the Left/globalists, free speech for them, but not for us:



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