"Sooner or later everyone sits down to a banquet of consequences."  ---Robert Louis Stevenson
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"...you know something. What you know you can't explain, but you feel it.    ... there's something wrong with the world. You don't know what it is, but it's there, like a splinter in your mind..."
   Quote from the movie THE MATRIX
Defiining and Understanding THE LEFT   Defining and Understanding CONSERVATISM
Who stole our culture?    by William S. Lind
Lind addresses the issue much better then I.        Sid Harrison  2009
Pushing back:The New Counter Culture: Liberty    by James Hudnall
David Mamet's Coming Out Party (2012)  "Mamet solidified his place in American film and theater with such works as Glengarry Glen Ross, The Verdict, Wag the Dog, and The Untouchables and had frequently included typical liberal themes throughout his screenplays that is until he made the conversion."  ~~Tiffany Gabbay
A Bill of No Rights
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(EXCERPT FROM)  Marxist Revolution of the West       by Reginald Firehammer
(May 2009) Copied from  http://usabig.com/iindv/articles_stand/revo_west/revolution1.php

A little more than 230 years ago, the most important, significant, and profound revolution in the history of the world occurred, a revolution based on a single concept, individual liberty. The result of that revolution was the creation of the most prosperous, free, and cultured country the world has ever known. That revolution was the American revolution.

About 70 years ago, seven men planned another revolution, completely unlike the American revolution. It would not be "political" and would not be carried out by means of violence or war as the American and all other political revolutions have been, because the ambitions of those men were much higher than the mere replacing of one political system with another. They were aiming at nothing short of a world-wide revolution that would entirely change the minds of men, replacing all of Western Civilization with a new "cultural paradigm" that would usher in a word-wide totalitarian utopian state.

Most of the world has never heard of this revolution, and more significantly, most people are unaware that it has thus far been completely successful. The world-wide totalitarian state is already in the wings and about to makes its entrance, and when it does, it will be enthusiastically embraced, because the concepts that made Western civilization possible have been completely replaced in the minds of men, even in America, and no one notices or even understands what it is that has been lost.

The Second American Revolution

Unless you have lived in the United States over sixty years, it will be almost impossible for you to see or believe the extent of the changes in American society and culture since the end of the 50s, changes so profound they constitute a second American Revolution. 

The first revolution brought the highest levels of individual integrity, freedom, prosperity, cultural achievement, and happiness ever seen in this world.
The second revolution has produced a culture dominated by vice, crime, squalor, misery, an accelerating deterioration of every value and principle the first American Revolution was about, and most importantly, the almost total loss of individual freedom.
The fact that most people believe they are "free" and love the culture and society that now dominates America is evidence of the success of that second revolution. 

One of the seven men that spawned that revolution, Antonio Gramsci, predicted that using the media, education, and, "mass psychology," men would learn to "love their servitude," indeed, would not even recognize that it is servitude.

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The following is a list of the most influential individuals associated with the Frankfurt School and Cultural Marxism. 

With the exception of Gramsci, the following all contributed to the establishment of the Frankfurt School and may all be considered the founding fathers of cultural Marxism.
 

Antonio
Gramsci
Georg 
Lukacs
Wilhelm
Reich
Erich
Fromm
Herbert
Marcuse
Theodor 
Adorno
Max 
Horkheimer
How will this Gramscian cultural change occur?  Will each generation born into a gradually shifting culture see it happening? Who will report on it?  How will any reporting be taken by the media and by the people? Consider that for a century it has been ongoing...   here is a relevant quote to ponder:.
"The devil's greatest trick is convincing people he doesn't exist."
----Keyser Soze  (played by Kevin Spacey)-----"The Usual Suspects"
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