DAILYKENN.com -- Cultural Marxists are shaming us by projecting our icons as racists.
Before we dig into the story . . .
Have you ever wondered how Mao Tse-tung managed to convince the Chinese to hate intellectuals? He used the same tactics used by today's cultural Marxists to convince Americans to hate white people.
|Intellectuals were publicly shamed during China's|
Cultural Revolution. An estimated 500,000 to 2-million
were killed by Mao Tse-tung's Marxists during
his reign of hate
That is, as today's cultural Marxists shame white people, Mao Tse-tung's Cultural Revolution shamed intellectuals. They were portrayed as oppressors.
As today's cultural Marxists falsely portray themselves as "progressives," Mao's Marxists projected "the Great Leap Forward."
As today's cultural Marxists demonize America's past, Mao Tse-tung's Cultural Revolution demonized China's past.
As we are shamed by our Colonial and Confederate history, Mao Tse-tung shamed the Chinese for their history.
As cultural Marxists topple and vandalize our monuments, Mao Tse-tung destroyed China's cultural iconography.
His thugs vandalized Confucius' cemetery in November, 1966. He ordered his Red Guards to drag the remains of the Wanli Emperor and Empresses to the front of their tomb, where they were posthumously "denounced" and burned.
As we are told we have no culture; the Chinese were told they had no culture.
|Today's "Red Guards" denounce and deface our|
cultural past. They use the same tactics as
Mao's Marxist criticized the "four olds:"
old ideas, culture, customs, and habits
|Red Guards dragged the remains |
of the Wanli Emperor and
Empresses to the front of the tomb,
where they were posthumously
"denounced" and burned.
American Marxist shame our colonial
and Confederate past.
Effectively Mao Tse-tung's cultural revolution used the same tactics used by the extreme left in the United States to shame Western culture and white people.
Every remnant of Western culture, from Confederate memorials to Colonial mascots, must go the way of the Wanli Emperor and Empresses.
|It's okay to hate white people? South Africa's non-whites seem to think so.|
No one says South Africa is a nation of immigrants, even though whites arrived
prior to sub-Saharan blacks.
The following news item is a case-in-point. It's a real-time example of thought reform; convincing us to hate our own culture — just as the Chinese hated intellectuals.
With that said, look for the word "systemic". This word is frequently used to lend credibility to left-wing extremist hatred while, simultaneously, being vague.
From campusreform.org ▼
More than 200 George Washington University students have signed a petition calling on the school to adopt a new mascot and nickname, saying the current "Colonials" moniker "has too deep a connection to colonization."
The mascot was adopted in 1926 to honor the school's namesake, George Washington, and is intended as a reference to Colonial America, but opponents argue that it "glorifies the act of systemic oppression."
Students at The George Washington University (GWU) have launched a petition demanding that the school change its “offensive” mascot, the Colonial.
According to the petition, “the use of ‘Colonials,’ no matter how innocent the intention, is received as extremely offensive by not only students of the University, but the nation and world at large.”
"The use of ‘Colonials,’ no matter how innocent the intention, is received as extremely offensive by not only students of the University, but the nation and world at large." Tweet This
“The historically, negatively-charged figure of Colonials has too deep a connection to colonization and glorifies the act of systemic oppression,” the petitioners argue, suggesting that “alternative nickname recommendations [include] ‘Hippos,’ ‘Revolutionaries,’ or ‘Riverhorses.’”
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