“If political correctness is the enforcement mechanism of postmodern narratives that implement cultural Marxism, then getting the opposition to articulate its vision in conformance with the messaging requirements of those narratives assures that all political debate will be on terms favorable to the left, while also conditioning those controlled visions for future dialectical turns.
For example, the Masterclass is how Axelrod works with Rove to set the terms of public discourse for the 2020 election cycle. When Republican operatives work with Democratic ideologues to discuss “campaign messaging and strategy” where the Republicans already accept the “words that work” formula that already enforces postmodern narratives, the outcomes are all but fait accomplis. From beginning to end, the entire process is rigged. Conformance and compliance remain the indicators of information supremacy that renders establishment leaders so strategically unaware that, as Pieper noted, they are “satisfied with a fictitious reality.” (Pieper, Abuse of Language, Abuse of Power, Ignatius Press 1992 (German 1974), 34.)
Central to the Left’s assault on America is a classic dialectical strategy of negation driven by neo-Marxist narratives designed to deprive an American citizen of his or her personal, social and national identity.
Not just America, but the very ideal of America is to be negated. Aufheben der Kultur. At the cultural level, it is a peer competitor to the Judeo-Christian culture it targets for destruction.
Opposing the Left does not make one conservative. When popular aspects of Americana are forced into polarizing dichotomies, it should serve as a warning that a negation activity may be in play. For example; when iconic Americana is relabeled as conservative, traditional, heritage, etc., it may be for the purpose of de-mainstreaming the value in anticipation of negation—being aufhebened. This is something President Trump intuitively recognizes and contests.
Appropriating language that redefines an American ideal in conservative dress is calculated to make that rebranded aspect of America sound strange to the ears of average Americans, many of whom may not be conservative. The Left permits the conservative’s use of such appropriating language because this is the role assigned them in furtherance of establishing a false sense of ownership needed to sustain the dialectal contrast. The very act of appropriation conditions the object for negation precisely because that object has been rendered non-mainstream in the eyes of many Americans.
As the Left cannot make conservatives accept their role in the dialectical dance, it becomes an essential role that is outsourced to conservatives that conservatives must take up and accept. All of this is playing out before our eyes while the Republicans graze in the minefield talking in platitudes about “America” in ways that simply do not connect (except when running for office).
The very way we have come to talk about these issues renders them incomprehensible because that is what these narratives are designed to do; especially when wrapped in the language of the political and behavioral sciences; which are quite often positioned to serve as antithesis to real science; as it implements and then enforces a competing cultural metaphysic. Pure Hegel.
Narratives are used to set simple socially enforceable speech codes. “You can’t say this” until one day, you cannot even say you exist. This is neither latent nor theoretical. In a complete negation of a biological fact, you cannot declare yourself to be a man (if you are a man) or a woman (if you are a woman) because that is genderism.
The fact of being born an American, living in America, you cannot say you are American because that is racism.
You cannot defend the Constitution on college campuses because that is white privilege.
You cannot enjoy your First Amendment rights because they violate tolerance codes Marcuse antithetically defined and developed, that European Union speech laws enforce, that American social media imposes on Americans inside the United States.
All of this, right before our eyes, with Republican leaders not even able to articulate the crisis for which they bear some responsibility.” (Quote taken from part one of the report: Re-Remembering the Mis-Remembered Left: The Left’s Strategy and Tactics To Transform America by Stephen Coughlin and Richard Higgins, February 2019, Version 1.2, Updated July 2019)
One of the authors of the report specialises in political warfare. He was an advisor to the Joint Chiefs of Staff. The man is a genius. As an introduction to his work I recommend watching “Stephen Coughlin, Part 5: The Role of the OIC in Enforcing Islamic Law” on YouTube. (If time is an issue just watch the first 15 minutes. For an in-depth look at how such law impacts non-believers who are living under it see The Third Choice by Mark Durie.)
Part one of the report above is very hard going, but necessary to get the big picture. (The target audience seems to be conservative leaders and academics. Righteous Indignation by Andrew Breitbart is more suited for the layman. I thought I knew what we are dealing with until I read this report, but I really had no idea.) The full report can be read here.
Once people understand that communism can never work, no matter how benevolent the communist leaders are, they will give up on the dream of one day living in a communist state (see here).
"Socialism, understood as an economic system based on government ownership of the means of production, positively requires a totalitarian dictatorship." - George Reisman
Communism cannot work due to the problem of price controls. The more price controls a government enforces, the more rapid its economic decline. The book The Government Against the Economy explains why this is so. (Even if everyone in the world enthusiastically embraced “an economic system based on government ownership of the means of production,” it wouldn’t be long before the vast majority of people no longer accepted such a system. Then the government would either give up power voluntarily, or maintain power through the use of the gulag, government propaganda, suppression of speech, and the secret police; this is due to the problems associated with price controls.)