Political Correctness = Cultural Marxism

Excerpts from this website:


Geoff Botkin, senior consultant to the Western Conservatory of Arts and Sciences, is a former Marxist who became a Christian in the early ’70s and immediately began trying to expose the Marxist agenda for America. In a recent interview on Worldview Matters, Botkin explained that the counter-cultural revolution of the 1960s was the initial execution of a plan by a group known as “The Frankfurt School” to undermine American culture. They wanted to “create so much chaos and confusion and dysfunction — a ferociously uncivil society — that the people will beg the state to come in with the answers. ‘Once we have achieved that,’” the group aspired, “‘we have our Socialist utopia, which is a tyrannical state model that pushes Christianity out completely.’

“You’ve got to hear this from a former Marxist,” Botkin said. “Marxism is a declaration of war against God and the gospel of Jesus Christ. It is all-out warfare against the truth. They said, ‘We cannot tolerate the culture of the West — the culture of Christendom — so we have to turn it on its head and create a culture that’s anti-Western and anti-Christian.’ This is the essence of political correctness.”

So in American society today, political correctness (PC) is a masking term for an ideology known as “cultural Marxism,” that is, Marxism translated from economic into cultural terms. As such, PC “seeks to alter virtually all the rules, formal and informal, that govern relations among people and institutions,” according to the FCF book.

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