One of the most amusing phrases one can hear in the Western
political discourse is “cultural Marxism”. You’ll only hear it from the people
who have issues with it, and none of these people has ever read Marx.
The simple fact that people believe this term actually means
anything is one of the most amusing thing. WE already know that the Western
centre to Right sphere is afraid of Marxism, but there’s nothing more sad than
people who are afraid of a doctrine they don’t even understand.
I could go on right now and explain Marxism to you, and I could convert you to
it. But anything you guys think Marxism
is? It’s not.
There is no such thing as Cultural Marxism.
Why? Very simple. Because what you guys call Cultural Marxism is the opposite
of everything Marx stood for. It’s actually a very simple thing. Marx is the
father of International Socialism. International Socialism is the belief that
the interests of the worldwide working class are the same, and that national
and ethnic differences should defer to class interests.
Workers of the world, unite!
That is what Marxism is. Class identity
over ethnic and national identity.
Now if you’re not stupid, you’ll notice that this is the complete opposite to the
Identity Politics that is what you people call Cultural Marxism. Marxism and Identity Politics are complete
opposites. One cannot exist in the same
ideology with the other.
You can’t actually ask the workers to unite then tell some of them they should
hate the others because of the colour of their skin, because skin colour is
irrelevant in Marxism. So is race and so
is gender, which is why you see so many flavours of socialism in the developing
So, let me get this out again- There is no such thing as cultural Marxism. It exists, but it’s not Marxist.
On the issue of mass immigration:
Marx himself wrote against the capitalist class using
immigration to weaken the position of the local working class. He wrote about
this happening in England, where Irish immigrants were used as strike breakers.
So of course Marx would not in a million years support mass immigration from
poor to rich countries, because that’s anti socialist. The idea is to have
workers from all countries work and ally to start the revolution in their own
countries. Them coming over to richer countries defies the purpose.
Clear? Let’s move on.
Now what you call Cultural Marxism does
exist, but it’s not Marxist. What it is, is an application of identity politics
based on something called the Frankfurt School principles.
The Frankfurt School was a group of
philosophers who decided to translate the Marxist principles into something
more tolerable for the Western workers.
You see, Marx etc expected the socialist revolution to start in one of
the highly industrialized countries like the UK, USA or Germany. Marx was very
pissed off when that didn’t happen.
So they decided to change Marxism into a different ideology, one that would be
more likely to resonate with the Western workers.
Of course, in the process they completely fucked it up and misread all of the
principles that make Marxism what it is. Now you’d say that is a massive
failure… if you believed that the Frankfurt School’s purpose was to spread
Marxism to the West.
I studied socialism in school, and I read all of Marx, most
of Engels and Lenin and the whole Dialectic Materialism doctrine plus the works
of the various shades of Stalinists. I’m yet to meet a Western “Socialist” that
has read Marx. Which doesn’t mean I want to see socialism implemented ever again.
Workers that have been separated by race and told that they should hate each
other for perceived historical injustices would never come together as one
Which makes a class revolution impossible. What it does achieve however is
continuous social tension and adversary groups who will embark on the oppression
Olympics and assure a permanent floating amount of political instability that
will never really resolve into any sort of coherent class revolution but will create
a market for 2 bit ideologues that tell one group or the other what they want to
The best way to sabotage a revolution is
to have the various factions fight amongst themselves, and this is what we are
Because it’s very likely that the
Frankfurt School was never meant to spread socialism. What it does is create
animosities where there were none, and ensure that the block that would be the
working class remains divided.
Which ensures it will never achieve anything.
It’s almost as if their purpose was always to compromise and
fragment socialism and ensure that the class struggle, the only one that is
actually dangerous and poses a real danger to the system, never actually
amounts to anything.
Western Socialists are incredibly stupid.
But on the bright side, they’re so busy fighting amongst
I was born and raised in socialist Romania. You’ll
say “oh but that was dictatorship not real socialism”, but saying that shows
you’re stupid. All of the means of production were state or collective owned. Socialism
by the book.
It was also awful. Socialism doesn’t work.
But I appreciate some
of Marx’ writings and ideas. Including the fact that Das Kapital is the best
analysis of Capitalism ever. Or that
Marx intended his communism to be a philosophical utopia and was so
disappointed by its application that he refused to join the Communist party
born from his ideas for a very long time.
Or that his financial dependency of Engels make a lot of his
later writings rather dubious and at odds to the views he expressed in his
Marx himself said socialism can only be instated by violence.
Marx was a great thinker, and that’s it. But in order for the people trying to fight
against the idiocy of the western pseudo left to succeed, they have to know what
they are dealing with.
Calling the aberrations of the modern Western Pseudo left “Marxist” gives them
a legitimacy they do not deserve.