This is totalitarianism in 21st century America. It’s what fascism looks like. Decades after the left began its long march through the institutions (academia, media, think tanks, entertainment etc) — subverting society by infiltrating institutions such as the academic and other professions — they have finally succeeded. It is coming down fast.
German-born American political philosopher and prominent member of the Frankfurt School of critical social analysis, Herbert Marcuse, whose Marxist and Freudian theories of 20th-century Western society were influential in the leftist student movements of the 1960s, wrote this back in his 1972 book, Counterrevolution and Revolt:
To extend the base of the student movement, Rudi Dutschke has proposed the strategy of the long march through the institutions: working against the established institutions while working within them, but not simply by ‘boring from within’, rather by ‘doing the job’, learning (how to program and read computers, how to teach at all levels of education, how to use the mass media, how to organize production, how to recognize and eschew planned obsolescence, how to design, et cetera), and at the same time preserving one’s own consciousness in working with others.
The long march includes the concerted effort to build counter institutions. the ground to the building of a unified front shifting and sometimes dirty– – but it is there…
Close to fifty years later, did they imagine they would accomplish their goals with such stunning success?
The election of Donald J. Trump was either the opening round in what will be a knock-down-drag-out fight for our freedom, or the last gasp of a free America.
OHIO STUDENT SUSPENDED FOR REFUSING TO LEAVE CLASSROOM DURING GUN CONTROL Walkout.
A high school student in Hilliard, Ohio, didn’t want to pick sides in the contentious gun debate surrounding Wednesday’s “National Walkout,” so he stayed in class instead of joining the largely anti-gun protest or an alternative “study hall.”
Hilliard Davidson High School senior Jacob Shoemaker was then reportedly slapped with a suspension.
The student argued that divisive politics have no place in America’s schools and he refused to take sides in the debate, according to the Associated Press.
Shoemaker’s suspension citation was posted online, possibly by a friend, and the story quickly went viral.