A pretty good summary of political correctness , the Orwellian neurotoxin of of cultural Marxism.
Can you see it all more clearly now?
So hanving been sold out by a carefully managed implosion of his wiki leaks party, all over whether preferences were going to go to the left or right, It’s pretty fair to say Assange has been used and discarded by the left for apparently failing one of their claimed moral standards. Sure all the sex allegation stuff was carefully put in a memory hole while he was hot property, along with he fact he acted like a bit of a heart breaker when women were literally throwing themselves at him. But that’s the left and feminism for you, they love a bad boy and then want to scream a blue murder (or rape) when the sour grapes arrive. I mean he really should have known that being a white male is toxic commodity to leftists and they were primed to drop him like a stone when a small amount of heat came on.
So all this bullshit about principles ( free speech, transparency, political freedom, commitment….) it all goes out the window when the next bandwagon arrives. So what can we do now for Assange?
The Australian government has left him out in the cold, despite the fact they are right now willing to send 50 police and ATSB to war torn Ukraine to look for Australian body parts and stolen luggage, But a living Australian citizen in a friendly country with a politically hot legal hassle, nope.
So apart form beating the drum and producing memes that might get stuck on an Ecuadorean embassy fridge in London, lets look and some overlooked facts about Assange.
I can almost feel a man cringing at a laptop reading and thinking “Oh shit, what’s this gonna be”.
Julian Assange was born on July 3 1971, the same day Jim Morrison died. Strangely there are more connections and similarities.
Morrison was born in a place called Melbourne (Florida) and left in order to study, later becoming a famous counterculture icon. Morrison famously fled the US to Europe (France) escaping a contrived court case.
Assange moved to place called Melbourne (Victoria) to study, later becoming a counterculture icon. Assange famously fled from Europe (Sweden) to the UK to escape a contrived US prosecution.
Both had in common:
- Had transient childhoods and continued traveling as adults.
- Born during foreign wars their countries were involved in, Morrison: WW2, Assange: Vietnam.
- Well read, serious, intelligent drop outs, critical of war.
- Were described as rock stars and had love children.
- Were applauded/hounded for the ideas they promoted.
- Were politically minded and spoke of their concern for the present and future.
- Were known to ham it up for the camera occasionally.
Morrison in his later years, even after all that booze and drugs makes a remarkable prediction. (That hair is real)
Assange in his early 40’s showing the prediction is true and having a bit of a giggle. (That is a wig)
In the novel 1984 by George Orwell, a continual revision of the language (known as newspeak) is employed by the state to control the parameters of how the populace can understand a given subject.
Now I should warn you that words have created more revolutions than anything else, they are the most dangerous weapon you can wield, if used correctly…
An example of newspeak is Minitrue (Ministry of Truth) which controls the flow of information such as news, entertainment, art etc. The main character of the story, Winston Smith works at Minitrue and continually revises historical documents to show that the party has always been right, living standards are increasing and anybody who turns against the party has always been a untoward character.
The real purpose of the modification of language however is to restrict the conceptual understanding of the people, the official newspeak dictionary continually gets smaller and so with it the ability to challenge the ideological framework of the state.
So my first example of using language to destroy ideological framework comes from former Federal reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan:
Rather than restricting the dialogue of the opposition Greenspan has simply used words that have no real content, and thus to interpret what he has said is akin to the task of nailing jelly to a tree…
Please take note of the next time you see a politician get asked a hard question, they use similar principles to avoid giving an answer.
Perhaps you have noticed the Australia has a defense force, that it uses to invade other countries…
Perhaps you have noticed that the abortion debate has two pro camps, pro life and pro choice. Clearly neither side wishes to be viewed as negative.
In that last 50 years or so we have seen the rise of political correctness. The history of political correctness is also known as cultural Marxism, and is associated with the philosophical school known as critical theory. Critical theory in this author’s opinion is not philosophy as much as an anti-philosophy, for it fails to encompass all schools of thought and it’s primary modus operandi is to restrict the permissible dialogue of others. The Frankfurt school was the base used by Herbert Marcuse to promote and modernise the concept of political correctness.
Marcuse argued that the free society was a deception and in reality oppressive, and argued for liberating tolerance, defined as: Liberating tolerance, then, would mean intolerance against movements from the Right and toleration of movements from the Left
Please enjoy all three parts of the history of political correctness.
So what effect does this have on you now?
This ideology has resulted in the oppression of free speech, now both the left and right of politics dogmatically adhere to the concepts contained within the ideological framework of political correctness.
If you don’t agree with the Israeli occupation of Palestine you are branded are an anti-Semite (most likely by the ADL).
If you don’t agree with foreign countries buying up all the farmland in your country you are branded as a xenophobic or racist.
If you use the word mankind people accuse you of being sexist.
The sad fact is people have become far too precious… The author is a rabid supporter of unrestricted free speech because the fact is you don’t have to listen to anyone, but once you start censoring people it is the slippery slope on the road to tyranny and despotism.