Day 35: Marx, Modern Art and MAGA

Monday, February 25, 2019

How did we get to the point where a large percentage of the population of the United States is bat-sh*t crazy, where people melt down at the sight of a MAGA hat? I’m talking about the “liberals” / dhimmicRats / socialists / “progressives” / communists, of course.

It would take a multi-volume set of very thick books to explain it all.

One significant piece of the puzzle is the way the socialists / communists / Marxists / totalitarians / “progressives” have successfully infiltrated all levels of education, from kindergarten upward.

The result is that a huge number of people in our country have been so thoroughly brainwashed that they are simply incapable of rational thought. They merely parrot what their indoctrinators have taught them.

Ever notice how people nowadays always say, “I feel . . . blah blah blah” when trying to explain their opinions? They never say, “I think.”

They say “I feel” because they don’t think, they don’t reason, they don’t engage in rational discourse. This is why some people lash out like demonic puppets whenever they encounter anyone who’s escaped from the hive mind of the Politically Correct Plantation.

Another enormously significant piece of the puzzle that explains our country’s transition from a rational society to an irrational one is the way the art world changed so dramatically in the last century. The insanity and absence of rational thought in the art world helped to create the insanity and absence of rational thought in daily life.

This has been a pet peeve of mine since the 1980s when I was studying art history at Chapel Hill. I was always the lone classroom contrarian who would raise his hand and ask the indoctrinator (I mean professor), “um, what is it?”

In the following video, Paul Joseph Watson brilliantly explains the insanity of the art world:

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