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March 16, 2010

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gringoman

LIBWORLD's SECOND MOST HATED WOMAN

VIDEO////"They have just started a revolution" said Michelle Bachmann.

"But mark my words, the American people aren't gonna take this lying down,"

http://tpmdc.talkingpointsmemo.com/2010/03/bachmann-were-not-going-to-obey-health-care-law----we-dont-have-to-video.php

Placard seen at the rally:

OBAMA
BIN
LYIN'


gringoman

Amigos, let us spare a moment for total fantasy. Here goes.... Imagine that the post=Ronald Reagan Republicans had men like Sarah Palin and Michelle Bachmann.

Can you fantasize that?

Ummahgummah

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Look how bad things are in Denmark already:

http://sioe.wordpress.com/2010/03/07/sioe-is-now-also-a-political-party/

Do we want this here? NO to the health "care" enslavement bill!! NO to SHAMnesty!!

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DJ

Andrew Breitbart sitting in for Savage is discussing the Frankfort School and Critical theory. Here's some info on it:

Enthralled by Cultural Marxism
Four Horsemen of The Frankfort School
Chuck Morse
January 2002

In his new book The Death of the West, Patrick J. Buchanan examines the origin of what he contends is the modern decline of America. He asserts that while Soviet style Marxism is largely dead, our society remains enthralled by Cultural Marxism, which is strangling our freedom, and threatening our future. This threat to our culture and way of life accelerated to a deadly speed with the establishment, in 1933 at Columbia University, of the Institute for Social Research, originally called "The Institute for Marxism." This institution became known as the Frankfort School.

The destructive nature of the Frankfort school, founded in New York after it’s theoreticians fled there from Frankfort, Germany when Hitler came to power, is obvious from even a cursory examination of its primary texts. The four horsemen of the school were music critic Theodor Adorno, psychologist Erich Fromm, sociologist Wilhelm Reich and professor Herbert Marcuse. Their ideas, echoing through the halls of academia and from the ink stained hands of writers and journalists, would lead to, as Buchanan calls it, the establishment of today’s politically correct catechism.

The original strategy to destroy America, employed by the Frankfort School, came from Italian Communist Antonio Gramsci who realized that in order to achieve a Socialist victory, cultural institutions would have to be infiltrated and subverted. Gramsci realized that America, steeped in traditions of freedom and liberty, would never to succumb to a frontal assault and its workers were too busy accumulating capital to allow themselves to be used as cannon fodder for a bloody revolution.

The Frankfort School would patent the familiar "Critical Theory" which was accurately defined by a student as the "essentially destructive criticism of all the main elements of Western culture, including Christianity, capitalism, authority, the family, patriarchy, hierarchy, morality, tradition, sexual restraint, loyalty, patriotism, nationalism, heredity, ethnocentrism, convention, and conservatism." Under Critical Theory, anything emanating from the west is to be libeled and attacked over and over again while at the same time, anything emerging from a "progressive" country or group is to be applauded including the murder of over 100 million people. All blame for societal and economic ills are to be shifted to the west.

The saturating drumbeat of Critical Theory would lead to "Cultural Pessimism" which is when a person grows to loathe the society, which nurtured him and provided him unprecedented levels of success. This describes the attitude of so many leftists living in comfort and safety yet viewing America, the society that made their lifestyle possible, with hatred and contempt. I am amazed by the degree in which both Critical Theory and Cultural Pessimism has been internalized by all of us.

Erich Fromm’s "Escape from Freedom" and Wilhelm Reich’s "The Mass Psychology of Fascism" and "The Sexual Revolution" are central texts of Critical Theory according to Buchanan, who also calls "The Authoritarian Personality" by Theodor Adorno the "altarpiece of the Frankfurt School." Adorno’s thesis is that anyone imbued with middle class, conservative, or Christian values is a racist and a fascist. Charles Sykes, senior fellow at the Wisconsin Policy Research Center, says Adorno’s book is "an uncompromising indictment of bourgeois civilization, with the twist that what was considered merely old-fashioned by previous critics was now declared both fascistic and psychologically warped." This libelous indictment of the American people is comparable to Hitler’s equally libelous indictment of the Jews of Europe.

The Frankfurt School introduced the idea of psychological conditioning as a means of changing the culture to fit their image. This would largely replace the traditional American approach to learning which was rational philosophical argument. Buchanan calls this the root of the "therapeutic state" where "sin is redefined as sickness, crime becomes anti-social behavior, and the psychiatrist replaces the priest." To Adorno and his comrades, all Americans who refused to conform to the new morality were viewed as mentally ill and in need of treatment. The Soviet Union offers a clear example of this philosophy in action with it’s millions sent to gulags for "mental" maladies such as "anti-social" attitudes.

The forth horseman, Brandeis professor Herbert Marcuse, was the pied piper of the sixties as he fostered the development of, as Buchanan points out, "radical youth, feminists, black militants, homosexuals, the alienated, the asocial, Third World revolutionaries, all the angry voices of the persecuted ‘victims’ of the West." In "Eros and Civilization" Marcuse encouraged sex and drugs and introduced "polymorphous perversity" where all moral and cultural order is rejected. Marcuse coined the slogan "Make love not war" and was a cult figure on College campuses. His book "One Dimensional Man" advocates educational dictatorship. He calls for "Repressive Tolerance" which means "intolerance against movements from the right, and toleration of movements from the left." When the left speaks of tolerance, this is what they mean.

The Frankfurt School would mainstream the dicktat of the Moscow Central Committee laid down in 1943. This declaration, right from the horse’s mouth, illustrates exactly what were up against:

"Members and front organizations must continually embarrass, discredit and degrade our critics. When obstructionists become too irritating, label them as fascist, or Nazi or anti-Semitic…The association will, after enough repetition, become ‘fact’ in the public mind."


DJ


Barry and Michelle fighting in front of their kids.

Rare footage:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HDcEOHn8S_U

Posted by: DJ | March 14, 2010 at 11:06 AM
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Racist.

Posted by: thorn66 | March 14, 2010 at 12:01 PM

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Hey Thorn, here's more racism introduced on Monicamemo.com by DJ:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7kGPhpvqtOc&feature=related

and my personal favorite:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-gWQQHHEz04&feature=related

M/M

Amigos, let us spare a moment for total fantasy. Here goes.... Imagine that the post=Ronald Reagan Republicans had men like Sarah Palin and Michelle Bachmann.

Can you fantasize that?

Posted by: gringoman | March 16, 2010 at 05:22 PM
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WOW!


M/M

DJ,

Andrew Breitbart is filling in for Savage and was discussing "Critical Theory". I experienced it myself on liberal blogs. If someone is a Republican, they are a nazi. Someone who mentions God, is a fundamental Christian.

Want to point out in that documentary about Bill Ayers and the Weather Underground, Ayers mentioned about how they were making there members have sex with everyone in the organization.

mjfell

Secret Audio: Does Sen. Schumer Have a Plan to ‘Change the Rules?’

http://www.breitbart.tv/secret-audio-does-sen-schumer-have-a-plan-to-change-the-rules/

mjfell

Republicans blast House Democrats' idea to use 'self-executing rule' to pass health-care bill

http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2010/03/16/AR2010031602746_pf.html

The debate centers on a parliamentary technique that is a variant on the "rule" that the House adopts for every bill that comes to a floor vote. Rules define the ground rules for the vote, including amendments, length of the debate and other terms. Under a self-executing rule, the House essentially agrees that a vote on one measure is tantamount to, or "deemed" as, deciding on something related.

In this instance, the self-executing rule would say that the Senate's version of health-care legislation would be deemed approved if House members adopt a set of changes to that bill. The Senate then would have to approve the changes, but the original bill could go directly to President Obama to be signed into law.

mjfell

Pelosi: 'Once we kick through this door,' more reform will follow | Washington Examiner

http://www.washingtonexaminer.com/opinion/blogs/beltway-confidential/Pelosi-Once-we-kick-through-this-door-more-reform-will-follow-87741467.html

It's obvious that this creature isn't American. The question remains: Is Nancy Pelosi human?

mjfell

This is it folks. Are we going to sit idly by while the regressives fundamentally transform America into an unconstitutiontal cradle to grave nanny state? KILL THIS BILL!

thorn66


and my personal favorite:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-gWQQHHEz04&feature=related

Posted by: DJ | March 16, 2010 at 08:03 PM
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Screamin' Jay could wail...from opera to rock

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VNjD9DYp33g

Miguel de Mexico

This is it folks. Are we going to sit idly by while the regressives fundamentally transform America into an unconstitutiontal cradle to grave nanny state? KILL THIS BILL!


Posted by: mjfell | March 17, 2010 at 12:50 AM

Helll, NOOO! You'l sit idly by and cackle, too. But that's about it.

DJ

Screamin' Jay could wail...from opera to rock

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VNjD9DYp33g

Posted by: thorn66 | March 17, 2010 at 02:23 AM

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Screamin' Jay Hawkins was a tremendous talent and an extraordinary entertainer. He was an original and is sorely missed. May he R.I.P.

Too bad the music industry, for the most part, is producing uncreative garbage nowadays.

DJ

DJ,

Andrew Breitbart is filling in for Savage and was discussing "Critical Theory". I experienced it myself on liberal blogs. If someone is a Republican, they are a nazi. Someone who mentions God, is a fundamental Christian.

Want to point out in that documentary about Bill Ayers and the Weather Underground, Ayers mentioned about how they were making there members have sex with everyone in the organization.


Posted by: M/M | March 16, 2010 at 08:44 PM

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M/M, What's so scary is the 60's radicals and their spawn are now in charge of most institutions. From the MSM to the entertainment industry to corporate boardrooms to academia to the criminal justice system and government right up to the freakin White House...they're even taking over the military.

Conservatism's future looks bleak, especially since the GOP is too spineless to fight against the PC thought police.

mjfell

This is it folks. Are we going to sit idly by while the regressives fundamentally transform America into an unconstitutiontal cradle to grave nanny state? KILL THIS BILL!


Posted by: mjfell | March 17, 2010 at 12:50 AM

Helll, NOOO! You'l sit idly by and cackle, too. But that's about it.

Posted by: Miguel de Mexico | March 17, 2010 at 11:45 AM

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Skewered by miguel's rapier wit...zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz.

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