I don't think we're in the same plane of existence here, either that, or you threw that around just to make little of someone, which btw, was pretty uncalled for.
Also, they're a threat to people's livelyhood/hobbies. Pewd lost quite a fucking lot here.
Not to mention that Antifa are considered fucking jokes by the vast majority of the left and don't want anything to do with them, or the crazed "SJW" college kids.
Meanwhile the far right control all three branches of the US government, caused brexit, lead in polls in both France and the Netherlands, have Russia sowing dissent across the world and have random nut jobs go out and commit fucking shootings in various countries. They also have popular you tube channels and Trump is defended and praised by the mainstream right not to mention he got elected.
The hard right are keeping the poor fucked with very little social mobility, deny climate change and are seriously incompetent at governing which is causing chaos throughout the world. They are popular and continue to court support by the masses by spreading hatred via lies and are generally all round bloody awful people.
But let's ignore all that. An asshole leftist in Poland kicked some bin over during a otherwise peaceful protest and a college guy in the west coast US claims to hate himself because he's not black enough, these are the guys we clearly need to focus on and are the ones who are the poison to society.
This shit is beyond infuriating.
If you're not, then I'll do the thing my high-school Spanish teacher did and say, "anyone can edit Wikipedia."
Except not anyone can.
Wikipedia is demonstrably steeped in bureaucratic hegemony and formalism, to the extent that someone's years as an editor count for more than their citations, their real-world expertise, or really anything else.
Cultural Marxism is a real thing. A real "not a conspiracy" thing.
Think of it like this.
The overwhelming majority of Americans think that the Civil War was a war fought about slavery. Not about anything else.
Except that it wasn't. You don't need to be some high-level History wizard, or a Southerner, to plainly see that on the run-up to the American Civil War, a lot of issues were at stake, bigger issues than just, "can we have slaves or not." Never mind that there were a lot of issues to the whole slavery thing that made it more complicated and nuanced than just, "have 'em or don't," like the fact that the places which abolished and largely decried slavery were more highly industrialized and urbanized, and stood to lose far less than oh, large agrarian regions with high demands for manpower in employment that is, even today, not preferable (or done) by people with any socio-economic mobility.
A lot of teachers in America were taught that the Civil War was a war about slavery, by teachers that were taught that the Civil War was a war about slavery, by teachers that were taught that the war was a war about slavery, by teachers who grew up in the period after the war, when there was a genuine and invested interest in the creation of anti-southern propaganda.
Said teachers, teaching teachers, created textbooks that taught teachers. If I really have to do some weird magically hokey-pokey to show how that creates an intellectual bias, then this is all lost on whoever's reading this.
But, if you accept that the intellectual bias becomes created, then you accept that, the way you teach certain things shapes the reality of certain things.
At the end of the U.S. Presidential inauguration, the President says, "so help me god." These words are not part of the constitutional oath of office however. They are based entirely on a likely fabricated account by a Historian who himself swears he heard them as an eight year old child at George Fucking Washington's inauguration.
So, a historian (likely) made up some fact, and that fact is now the actual fact, that formulates and shapes the oath of office of every president since then.
The way we are taught things influences how we perceive the things we are taught. End of story, on that, at least.
The idea behind the Frankfurt School Conspiracy (the actual conspiracy) is that a group of German Social-Realists realized this, and came to agree that you have to intentionally teach a version of the facts that you want to become the real version of the facts. In this way, you shape society in later generations.
You might argue whether or not there is some real conspiracy to this effect (my money's on 'there is not') but you cannot deny that teacher's biases can, and will, effect the focuses of their teaching and some of the salient effects of their teaching.
Or, have you seriously never had a teacher who blatantly did not give a shit about what they were teaching, and were a shitty teacher because of it? Can you imagine a teacher who secretly did not give a shit about their subject, and thereby was unnoticeable a worse teacher for it? Can you imagine a teacher who secretly believed in Intelligent Design, and taught Evolution less-well as a result?
If "yes," then congratulations, you've endorsed the Frankfurt School Conspiracy.
I am sorry but the Wikipedia description is completely correct. This hasnt been written by SJWs, this hasnt been written about alt-right or GG. It predates them all, this theory is from the 90s. Each time you talk about "Cultural Marxism" all you are saying is that you have been MEMEd and you arent aware of it.
What circles you frequent is none of my business but I can say 1-2 of them are plain wrong if you take Cultural Marxism allegations at any seriousness.
And fuck off with Gamergate, im not talking about that at all.
When did Cultural Marxism become a bad thing?
Are you claiming there is an actual conspiracy about shitty teachers and political propaganda being orchestrated for a purpose?
What do you mean by a "group of German social realists", which is an art movement?
Do you mean to say Cultural Marxism's definition is shitty teachers or political propaganda changing the reality of students, and thus it predates Marxism itself?
I am pretty sure you are talking about something completely different and not what me or them are tlaking about, and calling that "Cultural Marxism". Here is what CM is according to the theories' first proponents:
And the direct link to current Youtube generation:
Where exactly is Wikipedia incorrect here? They are conveying real world events and Lind's actual opinions. If you have doubts about Lind's influence and can afford to trust this guy:
If you dont consider wikipedia to be making shit up, are you still certain you are with us? Like, talking about the same topic? I dont see anything about Marxists, gays, jews or SJWs in your essay
Here discounting Crazy Ivans definition that it is education propaganda since im waiting for an answer for that. And if you consider that to be Cultural Marxism, well education propaganda is bad IMO, because factual education should triumph whatever bias you have no matter how righteous you find it to be.
With that said, consider the following: Sargon has been continuously subjecting himself to story after story about SJWs doing terrible things and almost nothing else since 2014. Some of these other guys have been doing it even longer. I don't doubt most of them were scumbags before they got started but you are seriously asking to have your worldview distorted if you do something like this.
I swear these people's lives would lose all meaning if they didn't have the vague fear of SJW's being around.
Somehow the thought of listening to Sargon again actually became more horrible with the thought I'd have to listen to Sky and JonTron talk politics too
I used to like Jontron's content but independently of his political stances, I started losing interest when he started relying on shock-value or absurdist skits. I just liked it when he goofed on a video game or a type of video game. Even his Star Wars series wasn't bad because at least the bits there had kind of a theme and a point.
But yeah my interest in his stuff dropped a while back and especially with the goofy shit he's been saying on his Twitter that shows a real lack of any insight whatsoever, I can't willfully listen to him talk about politics anymore.
Leisure time leads well to reading, thinking and discussing. A lot of the older philosophers were rich motherfuckers who could just afford to be doing that rather than mind-numbing repetitive labor.
Denouncing people for their priviledges is a lazy way of discrediting them rather than discussing their points.
I dont think Jon's a bad guy in any way, some of his views if they are what i think he means them to be are fine, some i disagree with, but in general he's a normal guy.
The issue i think he has is he explains his views like a fucking idiot.
With all due respect of course, big fan 10/10.
I think the necessary part of being a content viewer or a member of the audience is knowing when to separate someone from their content. Someone can put out some decent stuff but be kind of a dumb moron. And vice versa. Someone can put out terrible content but be a pretty nice person!
Just kinda depends on what your personal line is for different things that can be breached.
Don't forget every time I tell you a land whale wants to #killallmen I get extra kudos, credibility, subs, and I get to chain up reinforcement of the administration by saying this is why trump won!
Here's Ty Seidul, PragerU, a very conservative youtube channel, to explain it in this video.
A shit ton of these 'tumblr people' as you call them have six figure jobs in entertainment, media, and marketing, and they use them as leverage points to fuck over people they don't like. Repeatedly and permanently.
It's like you didn't even read anything about why there was a stream in the first place.
What about all the authors of books made in a time where racism was okay?
Oh crap, Robert De Niro is an antivaxxer, can't enjoy any of his movies now.
lets be honest, orson scott card books should be a no no for you because they're terrible
How is being anti-SJW against transgender?
Usually it entails learning about the jewish question, why women are all BITCHES who reject good nice guys for assholes, why multiculturalism doesn't work, etc..
All comforting wall shadows
I think its sargon and jontrons right to discuss this always but I sort of think jontron at least is a massive idiot - it's obvious he's skim read like 3 articles, decided they have a lot of opinions based on emotion
no opinion on sargon - haven't listened to him much
Sky reciting the 14 words was fucking hilarious