does the establishment media follow a cultural marxist agenda...?
- nineteenthlyLv 71 month ago
No. On the whole the media is extremist right wing propaganda.
- .Jerry.Lv 71 month ago
"does the establishment media follow a cultural marxist agenda...?"
Yup. Paul Joseph Watson said it best in his video about Ban Bossy. Cultural Marxism is now part of the Establishment, because it works for them. Here's how he explains it. Watch the video for the full deal.
Feminism has been rolled into cultural Marxism. Feminists rarely ever take on the real issues but focus on the minueta of policing thought and language because feminism is wholly controlled by the elite and it’s used to push cultural Marxism.
Cultural Marxism holds that oppression comes from within the culture and the language rather than from the state, therefore absolving the state of blame for any form of oppression. And that’s why the elite and the state looks to use feminism in order to crush freedom, free speech, free thought, in the name of protecting women’s rights. Which is why every time you look into these feminist campaigns and causes, they are never grassroots, organic campaigns. They always come from the top down. Because the state, the Establishment, controls feminism.
- lizLv 71 month ago
Cultural Marxism doesn’t mean anything to anyone but the far- right. So for members of the far-right plus a few other conspiracy theorists, the answer is yes. For normal people, it’s a no. We all choose the bias we find closest to our own beliefs. And some people go on to coin silly terms to describe a bias they don’t like.
When you see links that supposedly expose this idea to the world, you can look into their authors and you will see they are members of the far-right and usually known conspiracy theorists. If they’re associated with Alex Jones, then you know they clearly have a screw loose.
Nutty folk like this man like to spread these theories-
- 1 month ago
no cultural marxism isa conspiracy theory created by neonazis and used by people like david duke and trump to further their gendas
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- FoofaLv 71 month ago
Half of it does, half of it's in the bag for the other side. Meaning there's not a lot of unbiased media out there for moderate and centrist people to look at.