The Michael Moore Deception

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The Michael Moore Deception
« on: November 20, 2011, 08:34:23 PM »
Michael Moore and the Bourgeois Social Stratification Behind Cultural Marxism


    He is the booming voice of the Occupy protests, encouraging activists to continue their battle against the wealthy one per cent of Americans.

    But it seems left-wing documentary maker Michael Moore has been uncharacteristically quiet about one thing: his own wealth.

    While Moore has denied he is among the top-earners in the country, tax records show he owns an extensive property in one of the country’s most elite communities.

At least there is slightly more honesty about the slogan, at least, of the latest left-wing/student/anarchist demonstrations.  Some of the young, upper middle-class arseholes, who make up the typical demographic of these events, going through their rites of passage displays before taking up a seat on Daddy’s board, could indeed truthfully claim not to be in the very top 1% of wealth distribution.  Unlike the fraud Michael Moore.

I encountered many of these privileged arseholes at the ‘elite’ university I attended.  Wankers who would spend all day in the bar posing as Anarcho-Marxists, plotting the overthrow of the Capitalist system that suppressed the proletariat, whilst giggling in tutorials when the only working class oik who somehow made it onto their course struggled to pronounce ‘dialectical materialism’ correctly.

Of course, most ‘left-wing’ students don’t even pretend to seek radical income equality anymore.  All they want is for some of the banker’s bonuses to be used to pay off their own student loans (created largely in order that means-tested working class students could afford to attend university – in other words, what most of these middle-class Anarcho-Marxist students are protesting about is having to subsidize the unwashed oiks that they are increasingly forced to share lecture hall benches with).

The usual account of the rise of ‘Cultural Marxism’ traces its ascent from the ‘Frankfurt School’ of the 1930′s – a new form of radical left politics that quickly filled the intellectual vacuum created by the obvious reality that economic Marxism had failed.

Of course, there had always been a small number of prominant intellectuals who had appeared to genuinely believe in Karl Marx’s economic theories, but I’ve yet to see a convincing explanation as to why Cultural Marxism managed to take hold of every facet of the academic world, and to even form the basis of general social morality and ‘political correctness’, in a way that economic Marxism never came close to doing (in the West).

What most critics of Cultural Marxism usually miss is the role of social stratification, and actually of preserving the status quo, that the creed performs.  Genuine Cultural Marxism would demonize the white bourgeoisie, which still has the most economic and cultural power.  Of course, it is the white working class male which tends to get demonised the most, with the victimised proletariat masses being largely replaced by minority groups such as blacks, muslims, and quite absurdly, women.

This is often lazily explained as some kind of intellectual ‘revenge’ upon the white working class for failing to fulfill Marxist predictions of inevitable revolution.

Isn’t it a more likely explanation that Cultural Marxism is a completely perverted form of the economic original, used as a means simply to suppress and divide the working class, in order to retain the status quo of power distribution (both economic and ‘moral’ – and this, of course, includes feminists – invariably middle-class and white) whilst enabling a clever and self-decietful psychological rationalisation for it all?

Cultural Marxism probably owes more to the mass entry of the middle-classes into the university system (prior to the second world war only 3% of British men gained access to a University education), and the subsequent need to rationalise their own social advantages over the class below them, as well as the second wave of feminism and the ‘sexual liberation’ induced by the pill, than it does to the Frankfurt School itself.

http://theantifeminist.com/michael-moore-burgeois-social-stratification-cultural-marxism/

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« Reply #1 on: May 17, 2017, 04:37:41 AM »
MSM is no more "ammunition" for defamation against Trump so now Michael Moore film captures propaganda against US President Trump. >:(

http://www.businessinsider.com/michael-moore-trump-documentary-fahrenheit-11-9-2017-5http://

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« Reply #2 on: May 17, 2017, 05:01:38 AM »
MSM is no more "ammunition" for defamation against Trump so now Michael Moore film captures propaganda against US President Trump. >:(

http://www.businessinsider.com/michael-moore-trump-documentary-fahrenheit-11-9-2017-5

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« Reply #3 on: May 17, 2017, 02:22:36 PM »
Remember, Fahrenheit 911 actually gave aid and comfort to those who carried out the 9/11 false flag. Michael Moore knows who actually did 9/11, but he choose to promote the government's official narrative.

Michael Moore is paid by his Democratic handlers to keep the sheeple in the false dichotomy of "left vs right". Michael Moore has to ensure that the sheeple never learn that the Democratic Party and Republican Party are both controlled by the same corporations and wealthy individuals and that America is truly under a one-party dictatorship.