It must be self-evident to all those who consider themselves in some way politically right-wing that the left has achieved cultural hegemony throughout the Occidental world. Virtually every film, every television series, every soap opera, every song, every theatre or radio play, every novel, short story, poem, comic, graphic novel and cartoon is used to carry and push Marxist and neo-Marxist ideology to ever further extremes. How many songs have you heard that urge our youth to reject their parents? How many films have you seen where miscegenation is normalised and those against it demonised? How many soap operas promote ‘alternative sexualities’ and promiscuity?
Think of all the films and TV series that urge us to dissolve national borders and build to a one-world government. In the series Star Trek and its series of films and spin-offs, we have not only a world government, but an intergalactic federation too. Gene Roddenberry himself said that he was creating ‘morality plays’. Think of the recent trend in disaster films such as 2012, The Day After Tomorrow and Armageddon, where disaster is on a global scale. Global disasters call for global solutions and such trifling things as national borders are seen as ridiculous in view of such cataclysmic events.
Indeed, cultural Marxism is now all-pervasive. Most people believe cultural Marxism is synonymous with political correctness. But it is more than that. Cultural Marxism, after the ‘work’ of Antonio Gramsci, is about getting Marxist and neo-Marxist ideas ingrained in the public consciousness and even subconsciousness via subversion of the national culture. One way is to imprint Marxist ideology on cultural texts for public reception. Thus, the more texts are received and absorbed by the public, the more sympathetic to Marxist ideas they become. […]