What is Cultural Marxism? You may have never heard the term before, but you’ve certainly been exposed to the ideology. Andrew Breitbart said, “we experience [Cultural Marxism] on a day to day basis, by that I mean a minute by minute, second by second basis. It’s political correctness and it’s multiculturalism.”
Where Classical Marxism was concerned with the class warfare between the wealthy and the working class, Cultural Marxism shifts the focus to the conflict between an oppressive, privileged majority, and oppressed, under-privileged minorities.
Whether an individual is oppressed or an oppressor depends on certain aspects of that individual’s identity, such as gender, sexual orientation, family, race, culture, and religion. Heterosexuals, Cis-Gendered, Caucasian, and Christians are all groups which supposedly represent the oppressive, privileged majority.
“The small and powerless minorities which struggle against the false consciousness and its beneficiaries must be helped. Their continued existence is more important than the preservation of abused rights and liberties which grant constitutional powers to those who oppress these minorities.” Herbert Marcuse, Repressive Tolerance
Social Justice, Feminism, Neo-Progressivism, and Post-Colonialism all attempt to disadvantage, and even “abuse the rights and liberties” of the oppressive majority, for the preservation, advancement, and benefit of minority groups. This is why we so often see other forms of sexuality, racial diversity, transgenderism, and Islam taking precedence in our culture.
The following video explains: “While Communism, as Marx envisioned it, offered the resolution of class conflict in a Utopian social system, all Cultural Marxism offers is a desolate form of eternal warfare between ever more narrowly defined groups of offended minorities. The only meaningful consequence that its wider application could possibly have is the marginilisation of traditional European culture.”