Breaking the Grip of the Jewish Intellectual Cultural Hegemony Machine

I came across an article in the Hoover institution’s Policy Review entitled ‘The Tea Party vs. the Intellectuals’ by Lee Harris, who has recently written a book entitled The Next American Civil War: The Populist Revolt Against the Liberal Elite. Although the right has historically attempted to combat the brainwashing forces of the liberal intellectual elites on their own terms, the current social upheaval is something else:

Intellectual critics of the Tea Party movement most often attack it for its lack of ideas, especially new ideas — and these critics have a point. But the point they are making reveals as much about them as it does about the Tea Party. Behind the criticism lies the implicit assumption that comes quite naturally to American intellectuals: Namely, that a political movement ought be motivated by ideas and that a new political movement should provide new ideas. But the Tea Party movement is not about ideas. It is all about attitude, like the attitude expressed by the popular poster seen at all Tea Party rallies. Over the head of a hissing rattlesnake threatening to strike is inscribed the defiant slogan so popular among our revolutionary ancestors: “Don’t tread on me!” The old defiant motto is certainly not a new idea. In fact, it is not an idea at all. It is a warning.

If you are an intellectual, you can debate an idea, but how do you debate a warning? No evidence can be adduced to refute it. No logic can be introduced to poke holes in it. All you can do with a warning is to heed it or disregard it. “Don’t tread on me!” is not the deliberate articulation of a well-thought-out political ideology, but rather the expression of an attitude — the attitude of pugnacious and even truculent defiance.

The biggest threat of this upheaval is not so much to ‘the left’, but to the beltway ‘conservative leadership’ which has long misdirected the political actions of well-meaning and patriotic white Americans:

Anti-Tea Party intellectuals who are liberal have a luxury that their conservative brethren don’t have. Liberals can attack and deride the Tea Party without fear of alienating their traditional allies among ordinary voters. Indeed, their mockery of the Tea Party makes good sense to them politically. It is throwing red meat to their base. But conservative intellectuals are in a wholly different position.

As the Tea Party gains in momentum, conservative intellectuals are faced with a dilemma: to join the party or denounce it. If they join, they risk losing their status as respectable public intellectuals. If they denounce the party, they risk losing influence over the traditional Republican base.

There is something puzzling about the dilemma confronting conservative intellectuals. The Tea Partiers, after all, are emphatic in their insistence that they are true-blue conservatives. Shouldn’t conservative intellectuals be delighted at the rise of populist movement made up of conservatives like themselves? But that is just the problem: The Tea Partiers are not conservatives like themselves. Eminent conservatives, such as David Frum and David Brooks, have made this point by their serial put-downs of the Tea Party movement, largely on the grounds that it lacks intellectual respectability.

‘Eminent conservatives’ David Frum and David Brooks are both jewish, of course.

For example, shortly after the Tea Party’s Nashville convention, Arianna Huffington warned that too much emphasis on the “ugly” aspect of the Tea Party movement should not blind us to “the fact that some of what’s fueling the movement is based on a completely legitimate anger directed at Washington and the political establishment of both parties. Think of the Tea Party movement as a boil alerting us to the infection lurking under the skin of the body politic.” Though Arianna Huffington is usually put in the liberal camp, she is here expressing the sentiments of many leading conservatives more sympathetic to the Tea Party movement than Brooks or Frum. According to this point of view, the anger and frustration expressed by the Tea Party movement is understandable. They are the ugly symptoms of a serious problem. But the remedies proposed by the Tea Party to deal with these problems are simplistic and often downright wacko.

If this is the closest that our public intellectuals can get to empathizing with the Tea Party — by looking upon it as a “boil” on the body politic — then perhaps we should consider the possibility that America’s intellectual elite has become radically out of touch with the visceral sensibility of a large chunk of their nation’s population. This might not be a serious problem for liberal intellectuals, who, by and large, have long since ceased to have any interest in influencing the many Americans who have expressed sympathy with the Tea Party movement (according to various polls, as much as 40 percent of the population). But it poses a very grave problem for conservative intellectuals loyal to the Republican Party. Since the election of Nixon in 1968, the Republicans’ political successes have been predicated on winning over the bulk of those Americans who have come to look on “liberal” as a dirty word. Nixon called them “the silent majority.” Pundits after the 2000 election observed that they tended to live in the red states. Alienated by the causes championed by liberal intellectuals, they have reliably voted the Republican ticket, often simply because Republicans were not liberals. They may still vote Republican in the future, but only for those Republican candidates who are willing to join the party — the Tea Party, that is.

This is what concerns the jews and other beltway/intellectual conservatives the most: the ‘controlled opposition’ may be about to turn into true, uncontrolled opposition.  Attacks by the jewish ‘conservatives’ like Frum and Brooks no longer have any effect other than to alienate themselves from the whites they wish to influence: whites appear to be finally developing an immune system to jewish phony-‘conservatism’:

This puts conservative intellectuals in a terrible bind. If they hope to retain their influence on the Republican Party, they must either join the Tea Party, too, or else battle it out to the bitter end. The bitter end strategy is fraught with peril, however. When conservative intellectuals like Brooks and Frum attack the Tea Party, they win accolades from liberal intellectuals, but they make no dent on the Tea Partiers themselves. Instead, the Tea Partiers simply look on them with the same contempt they have long felt towards liberal intellectuals.

Whites appear less interested than ever in being what one pundit called “polite company conservatives,” which he defines as:

a conservative who yearns for the goodwill of the liberal elite in the media and in the Beltway — who wishes, always, to have their ear, to be at their dinner parties, to be comforted by a sense that liberal interlocutors believe that they are not like other conservatives, with their intolerance and boorishness, their shrillness and their talk radio. The pcc, in fact, distinguishes himself from other conservatives not so much ideologically — though there is an element of that — as aesthetically.

As Harris observes, this is not so much an intellectual rebuttal of Frum and Brooks but “an observation about the social psychology of polite company conservatives.”  He opens up with this analysis:

The field of social psychology deals with how individuals are influenced by the circles in which they move. When the people we are around think a certain way about a particular issue, their judgment will invariably influence our own. Because most of us do not like to be in open conflict with the company we keep, there is natural tendency to align our opinions with those of our companions, especially when it is important to us to be looked upon favorably by them. A socialite moving up the social ladder will adopt the opinions favored by those on a higher rung, often without even noticing it.

This is how those who occupy the niches at the top of society are able to filter their ideology down through the power structures of society.  This process is described in Niche Theory, Population Transfer and The origin of the Anti-Semitic Cycle. Although that essay emphasizes the effects of media control, the social pressures filtering down through the niches of society by the method Harris described may be even more powerful.

If the majority of European American Christians held the most lucrative niches in American society the media would be unable to depict us as a cruel and “intolerant” majority whose niches rightfully belong to the victims of “white hatred and oppression.”
The very fact that the media vilification of the European American Christian majority goes on apace is proof positive that people who identify with us and have a concern for our welfare are no longer in the ascendancy. There may be many more of us, it is true, but we no longer occupy the elite niches in which power is centralized. Even our ability to depict a positive image of ourselves to our own populations and to the peoples of the world has been wrested from us by the hands of powerful and persistent detractors.

This filtering-down process through the social strata of the ideas pushed by jews such as David Brooks, reinforced by jewish-run media organizations such as the New York Times, now appears to be losing its effect on a large portion of the population, as described by Harris.  People are simply opting out of the system, disconnecting:

In the eyes of polite company conservatives, the Tea Partiers clearly represent “rude company” conservatism. David Brooks has strongly implied this by calling the Tea Partiers “the Wal-Mart hippies.” Wal-Mart, after all, is not the place where the polite company does its shopping. On the contrary, Wal-Mart is usually chock full of country bumpkins and blue collar types. But while Brooks’s put-down of the average Wal-Mart shopper might delight the sophisticated set that regularly reads the New York Times, it has close to zero effect on Wal-Mart’s customers. They are not bothered in the least that polite company conservatives like Brooks look down their noses at them. This is not because they fail to show adequate respect for David Brooks — it is because they have  never heard of David Brooks.

There are advantages to everything, including ignorance. If you are too ignorant to know who the elite opinion makers are, you will be entirely indifferent to the opinions they hold. Since the people who shop at Wal-Mart do not normally attend the same dinner parties as David Brooks, they will be completely indifferent to the scornful comments made about them by those who do. Because they never read the New York Times, and certainly wouldn’t take it seriously if they did, they could care less about what its op-ed writers say about them. As a result of their ignorance of such matters, they do not judge ideas by whether they come up to the standards of intellectual respectability accepted by the elite. They judge them with their own common sense, caring little whether their conclusions will be shocking and scandalous to polite company. By doing so, they remain outside the influence of elite opinion makers.

Of course, there has historically been a large portion of society not interested in moving up the social strata, happy to define itself as ‘working class’ and ignore elite opinions.  For this group of people, another tactic has been used: bread and circuses.  However, as our nation has been looted by jews, and the non-white underclass has grown and become more unruly, the ability of the ruling elites to satisfy the working class with bread and circuses is imperiled:

Of course there is nothing new in the fact that plenty of ordinary working-class Americans are ignorant of, and indifferent to, the elite opinion makers. This has always been the case. But for most of our nation’s past, this approach to elite opinion had a negligible effect our way of politics. The reason for this was simple. Those who weren’t influenced by elite opinion usually had no political opinions of their own and so had nothing that could be influenced. They were apathetic and apolitical. They did not interest themselves in public affairs, usually because they didn’t find public affairs very interesting. They had better things to think about — their jobs, their families, their homes, their cars, their favorite sports team. If other people were willing to tackle the complicated and tedious problems associated with governing the nation and defending it against foreign foes more power to them. So long as the managerial elite was taking care of business, and ruffling no one’s feathers, ordinary Americans were content to stay on the sidelines. The silent majority would remain contentedly silent, provided that the elite in charge of things did nothing to offend or outrage them.

This is no longer the case. The shock of September 11, the protracted wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, the debacle following hurricane Katrina, the inability to control illegal immigration, the financial crisis, the massive bailout, the election of Barack Obama — all these events catastrophically undermined the implicit trust that the silent majority once placed in the competency of our national leadership.

Every one of these objectionable events is the result of jewish control and enforced multiculturalism.  September 11th was caused by a combination of lax immigration policies, political correctness; which let slip through the cracks Muslim fundamentalists who were enraged over America’s pro-Israel policy.  The protracted war in Iraq was launched solely to remove a threat to Israel.  The ongoing debacle in Afghanistan a combination of politically correct elements who instruct us that Afghans should be able to recreate Vermont if only we remove the Taliban, and neo-conservative bleating about the vague dangers ‘Islamic extremism’.  The Katrina debacle was a result of the black residents of New Orleans being too stupid to get out of the way of a hurricane, then taking advantage of the disruption to go on an orgy of looting and mayhem.  The illegal alien problem is an invasion of our nation by a third word people which is supported by the elites, and the financial crisis and ensuing bailout was a massive transfer of wealth to predominantly jewish financiers.

Harris continues:

For many it has become an article of faith that something has gone terribly wrong with our country. Meanwhile people who previously never bothered to take the trouble to form a strong opinion on political questions began to rally together, staging conventions, endorsing candidates, issuing platforms. Overnight, the apolitical have been transformed into the politically committed. Zeal has replaced apathy. Those who a generation earlier might have expected their leaders to do the right thing have now become convinced that their leaders will inevitably do the wrong thing. Suspicion and paranoia have replaced confidence and trust. The attitude of citizens towards those handling the nation is no longer more power to them, but rather, take away the powers they have stolen from us.

The nature of American politics has been dramatically revolutionized by the Tea Party’s ability to politicize people who were previously apolitical. Having never felt any deference for elite opinion makers in the first place, the newly politicized Tea Partiers find it easy to turn their backs on them. Having never been in the mainstream, they have no qualms getting out of it. Having never spent any time in polite company, they are indifferent to the opinions that circulate there. Instead of relying on elite pundits, the Tea Partiers prefer to get their opinions from flagrantly non-elite sources, such as right-wing blogs and talk radio, both of which are held in disdain by respectable mainstream intellectuals. Tea Partiers enthusiastically embrace what polite company regards as intolerance, boorishness, and shrillness. They wholeheartedly identify with the hissing rattlesnake on their posters and they feel no qualms in warning off intruders with their defiant “Don’t tread on me!” That is why any attempt to discredit the Tea Party movement by attacking its lack of intellectual respectability is certain to backfire. Such a strategy will simply confirm what the Tea Parties already know: that America is governed by an out of touch elite that is openly and relentlessly hostile to the values of ordinary men and women like themselves.

What sparked the Tea Party revolt is mounting dissatisfaction at living in a society in which a small group has increasingly solidified its monopoly over the manufacture and distribution of opinion, deciding which ideas and policies should be looked upon favorably and which political candidates will be sympathetically reported. Even more, the Tea Party rebels bitterly resent the rigid censorship exercised by this elite over the limits of acceptable public discourse. Those who have the power to rule an opinion “out of order” do not need to take the trouble to refute it, or even examine it. They can simply make it go away.

Naturally, this “small group” which has “increasingly solidified its monopoly over the manufacture and distribution of opinion” is the jewish elites, even though they are not identified as such.  It doesn’t matter that they are not identified as jewish: what matters is that there is a significant number of people organizing outside the matrix they have created.  The jews will reveal themselves in due time by bleating about ‘anti-semitism’.

Now, this article is not entirely correct to say that the Tea Party doesn’t know or care about elite opinions, as many of them have gone out of their way to object to the ‘racist’ label, and proudly show off the .0001% of their group which is nonwhite.  However, unlike the beltway right, they have not ingrained this into their psyche in the process of moving up the social ladder in the process explained above.  They sound more akin to a young man proudly proclaiming to his mother that he managed to show up at church for Easter than a true-believing zealot.

Eventually, they may well grow tired of their inability to prove themselves sufficiently ‘not racist’, and may also eventually notice that nonwhites tend to do a poor job of living up to white standards.  One aspect that the left is correct on is that the ‘Tea Party’ ideology comes from an inherently white ethnocentric viewpoint.  For example, Blacks aren’t much interested in the right to own firearms, and judging by their behavioral tendencies, gun rights for black people might not be such a good idea (even they seem to be aware of this).  At any rate, few if any blacks are likely to show up for such a thing as a ‘second-amendment rally’.  Many Tea-Party types already refer to low-class blacks who rely on welfare programs and government jobs as ‘Obama voters’.  The problem of course is that they focus on the rare exceptions to the rule, but eventually they can’t help but take notice of the rule.

How did our nation get to such a point that nearly everyone feels the need to at least make a token superficial offering the multicult?  This was outlined in a plan by Antonio Gramsci, a member of the Frankfurt School, which was a group of Marxist connivers who developed a plan to take over western culture by way of the educational system.  Although the group was largely jewish, Gramsci himself was not.  He was however Albanian, so he did not feel any kinship with western culture, and like the jews wanted to overthrow it in order to replace it with a world more comfortable for himself.  Harris describes the ideas of the Frankfurt School and how they were put into effect:

A generation before Orwell devised the idea of Newspeak, the Italian communist Antonio Gramsci had developed a concept that in many ways foreshadowed it, but with one major and considerable difference. Before Gramsci discovered Marx, he had been a student of languages. Gramsci was especially fascinated by what happened when two languages collided. Throughout European history, conquerors had routinely moved into new territories where the inhabitants spoke a different language. In some cases, such as the Normans in France, it was the conquerors who picked up the language of the conquered, but more frequently, it was the other way around. What explained this fact? Why did a conquered people so often abandon their own language in order to learn the language of their conquerors?

Gramsci argued that what led people to discard their native language was the greater prestige of the conqueror’s language. The idea of prestige, which had never played a role in classical Marxism, became the key to Gramsci’s most famous concept, cultural hegemony. For Orwell, the cultural hegemony sought by the totalitarian state had to be imposed on the masses through diabolically cunning devices such as the telescreen, a reverse television system that permitted the Thought Police to watch and monitor the activities of citizens in the privacy of their own homes. People did not watch the telescreen. Instead they were watched by it, fully cognizant that if they did anything to displease Big Brother they could face the most ghastly consequences imaginable.

For Orwell the basis of cultural hegemony was terror. For Gramsci, on the other hand, it was prestige. Cultural hegemony, according to Gramsci, did not have to be imposed on the people through threats and intimidation. It didn’t need to be imposed at all. Conquered subjects sought to emulate the prestigious language of their conquerors, while they simultaneously came to look down on their own native tongue as gross, defective, and inferior. In modern liberal societies the same principle has been at work, but with different players. As education became the ticket to worldly success, it naturally became a source of prestige. Prestige no longer came from conquest by arms, but from earning a Ph.D. In modern secular societies, the eminence of the intellectual elite allowed it to unilaterally allocate prestige to select ideas, thinkers, and institutions. Objects imbued with the magical glow of prestige did not need to be pushed on people — on the contrary, people eagerly vied with each other to obtain these objects, often at great personal sacrifice. That is why prestigious institutions, such as major universities, well-endowed foundations, and posh clubs invariably have far more candidates for admission than can possibly be accommodated — a selectivity that makes them even more desirable and prestigious. That is the beauty of prestige: It doesn’t need to lift a finger. It can just sit back and relax, confident that people will flock to its feet, begging for the crumbs from its luxuriant table.

A governing elite that has a monopoly over the allocation of prestige has immense power over a culture. It can decide what ideas, thinkers, and movements merit attention, while it can also determine what ideas, thinkers, and movements should be dismissed with scorn and contempt — assuming that the elite even condescends to notice their existence.

As regards the language issue, this explains why there is such a push to use ‘politically correct’ terms such as ‘African-American’, ‘temporary guest worker’, and ‘developmentally disabled’ instead of terms such as ‘negro’, ‘illegal alien’, and ‘retard’.  We can see the Gramsci plan commonly in attacks on race-realism: posting a link to a statistical study from American Renaissance will usually result in a caps-lock heavy post calling you an ‘ignerint redneck’ who ‘needs to get an edgacation’.  Although some are attempting to fight within this Gramscian framework, the most successful movements have been those which recognize this racket for what it is and call shenanigans on the whole scheme. For whatever other faults it has, the primary virtue of the Tea Party is that it has not bought into this racket, and is now openly rebelling against it.

For better or for worse, the profound cultural changes in American life during the past half century are testament to the enormous influence exercised by our cultural guardians. Ideas, customs, and traditions that no longer find favor in the eyes of the cultural elite have been stigmatized as out-of-date and old-fashioned, while an array of progressive policies have received the imprimatur of elite prestige. In fact, about the only segment of the population that has remained resistant to these progressive policies are the crowds that assemble at Tea Party rallies, holding up their handmade posters. It is the Tea Partiers’ indifference to the whole idea of intellectual respectability that renders them immune to the prestige pressure that molds and shapes the ideas and opinions of those who do care about being intellectually respectable.

… the fact that the Tea Party movement does not give a damn about the current standards of intellectual respectability makes it problematic for the intellectual, who cannot take the same attitude. But it is also the characteristic that justifies the Tea Party’s claim to be revolutionary. To be sure, this is not the revolution envisioned by Marx, in which the working class overthrows the capitalist class. It is rather the revolt of common sense against privileged opinion makers, and, by its very nature, it can only be carried out by men and women who are not constrained by the standards of intellectual respectability current in polite company. Again, it is precisely their status as marginalized outsiders that allows them to defy the monopoly of prestige possessed by the cultural insiders. This fact may put them beyond the pale as far as the conservative intellectuals are concerned, but it is precisely what makes them a force capable of resisting the liberal elite’s efforts to achieve cultural hegemony — a resistance that conservative intellectuals had hoped to mount but which they have not mounted, which explains why the Tea Party movement has so little use for them as a whole.

As mentioned earlier, the Tea Party movement is not entirely without the urge to make odes to political correctness, but they seem to at least be moving in the right direction, towards pulling the plug entirely on the jewish cultural hegemony machine.  Some white nationalists provide objections similar to those of the beltway right, that the ‘Tea Party’ is ‘lacking in comprehensive philosophy’.  Others complain that it is not openly white nationalist, or even superficially ‘non-racist’, and whine about the personal peculiarities of Sarah Palin or Glenn Beck, none of which is relevant to the struggle at hand.

Identifying with those most like you is natural: racialism is natural, and is only kept out of our society by the artificial mechanism first proposed by Gramsci.  Once this jewish cultural hegemony machine is neutralized, racialism will naturally return.  As Kevin MacDonald observed regarding a recent study discovering that ‘Lethal intergroup aggression leads to territorial expansion in wild chimpanzees’, protecting one’s territory and resources for one’s own group is something that comes naturally to us.  Unfortunately, due to the artificial mechanisms described above, these natural instincts are currently suppressed.

Xenophobia is an adaptive response, whether it’s for chimpanzees or for humans. But for the better part of a century, our intellectual elites have been telling us that xenophobia is a psychiatric disorder, little more than irrational hatred. This ideology has been spread throughout the school system and saturates the mainstream media. Those who disagree with it are subjected to economic penalties and social ostracism.

A big part of what is needed is to reverse this intellectual onslaught.

The best way to reverse this intellectual onslaught is to topple the cultural hegemony machine which pushes it, to delegitimize the premises which it is based upon.  Shrug off the cultural-hegemony push-down from the intellectuals, encourage others to do likewise, and throw the ridicule right back at them.  Build social groups which exist outside the social structure which is led by heavily jewish liberal intellectual elites, and encourage others to do likewise.  Help educate the recently rebellious on what exactly is the nature of the beast they are rebelling against.  Avoid any temptation to attack and denigrate them in similar terms to those which the heavily jewish liberal intellectual elites use against us.  The structure is cracking, and it is our job to push on those cracks to make them larger.

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38 Responses to Breaking the Grip of the Jewish Intellectual Cultural Hegemony Machine

  1. drake says:

    ‘The best way to reverse this intellectual onslaught is to topple the cultural hegemony machine which pushes it, to delegitimize the premises which it is based upon.’

    Considering that Boas, Freud, Kinsey, and the like actually published frauds and pretended that they were doing science, it shouldn’t require more than an insistence on truth.

    That would leave us with the contributions of Shockley and MacDonald.

  2. Spectator says:

    Excellent post. The technique of building an educative analysis around detailed quotation and commentary of another piece of work is here utilized very well, indeed.

    The analysis of “prestige” as a social force utilized by our enemies recalls Hilaire Belloc’s notion of “snobbery” in his great work on the Jews.

    “Soft” totalitarianism (snobbery, Huxley’s Brave New World/soma, managed gratification) has worked better so far for our elites than “hard” totalitarianism
    (Orwell’s 1984, terror, brute force).

    But of course they will use whatever they think they need to use to stay on top.

  3. Kievsky says:

    Brilliant article, H. Rock. You are quite right about the Tea Party cultural divide. It’s so easy to read “Jewish” into these discussions too. Look at this paragraph from Frank Schaeffer writing at Alternet:

    http://www.alternet.org/world/147326/mccrystal_scandal_shows_us_the_military_no_longer_protects_america_–_it_guards_empire/

    And from the military point of view, the fact that most officers define themselves as Republicans these days means that they see the non-serving upper classes “the Hollywood Democrats” as alien politically as well as in other ways.
    END QUOTE

    “Hollywood” and “alien” in one sentence? There’s no mistaking what they are really talking about, and the “alien” reference is spot on and damning at the same time.

    Cultural fissures seem to work like geology. We could see the small fissures decades ago, but now they are opening up wide. Next thing you know, we’ll have either a volcano or an earthquake.

    I wanted to mention something about prestige. You can roll your own homegrown prestige, by becoming a Mind-Weapon. Learn Russian and pick up super-hot Russian chicks at swanky bars outside Washington DC or some other metro area — there’s your home rolled prestige for you. Homegrown prestige can be way more potent than the official stuff. If someone graduated from Yale, it’s not like it’s tattooed to his forehead. If you speak a foreign language, it’s obvious to everyone in the room. Also, if you become a successful entrepreneur, you’ll reek alpha wherever you go. Imagine — people give you 50 bucks an hour or more just because of what you know in your head? It’s a wicked rush.

    You got one life. Becoming an alpha silverback Mind-Weapon is to truly live, and this is the best thing you can do for the Cause, too.

  4. Kievsky says:

    I get a google alert for the word “racist” and find some good articles. Here’s a Tea Partier:

    http://www.knoxnews.com/news/2010/jun/24/letters-supporting-arizona-law-must-mean-were-raci/

    President Barack Obama’s attorney general, Eric Holder, without either having been briefed on or having read Arizona’s new law, stated it was “unfortunate” and might lead to “racial profiling.” He is opposed to their immigration law.

    I, having not read the law, am in favor of it. The difference is I want immigration laws enforced. The president, Democrats and the Mexicans do not. All the Democrats in Congress gave the Mexican president a standing ovation for disparaging comments he made against the Arizona law.

    The law is considered by them to be racist, I suppose, because there is not enough diversity among the people breaking it. If that is to be the standard, then our refusal to identify the terrorists who would cut off our heads as radical Muslims begins to make sense, because that would be racist, too.

    This new definition of racism is peculiar and more than a little hard to get a grip on. Although I supported Alan Keyes in the 2000 Republican primary, I’m still a racist for thinking the armed and uniformed New Black Panthers who disrupted the 2008 Philadelphia polling stations with shouts of, “Now you’ll see what it’s like to be ruled by the black man, cracker,” should be charged with a crime.

    The Tea Party members are called racists, though, apparently because they believe the laws should apply the same to everyone, and we should abide by the Constitution of this republic.

    I’m confused and am willing to bet I’m not alone. I would welcome a response from someone more enlightened than myself to help clear up this confusion on racism, because I just don’t get it.

    Terry Webb

    Harriman

  5. Boffin says:

    How was Gramsci a member of the Frankfurt School? It operated first in Germany and then the USA. Gramsci operated in Italy.

  6. John Walters says:

    ‘How was Gramsci a member of the Frankfurt School? It operated first in Germany and then the USA. Gramsci operated in Italy.’
    Let me refer to Lind:

    http://www.academia.org/the-origins-of-political-correctness/

    So the Marxists’ had a problem. And two Marxist theorists went to work on it: Antonio Gramsci in Italy and Georg Lukacs in Hungary. Gramsci said the workers will never see their true class interests, as defined by Marxism, until they are freed from Western culture, and particularly from the Christian religion – that they are blinded by culture and religion to their true class interests. Lukacs, who was considered the most brilliant Marxist theorist since Marx himself, said in 1919, “Who will save us from Western Civilization?” He also theorized that the great obstacle to the creation of a Marxist paradise was the culture: Western civilization itself.

    Lukacs gets a chance to put his ideas into practice, because when the home grown Bolshevik Bela Kun government is established in Hungary in 1919, he becomes deputy commissar for culture, and the first thing he did was introduce sex education into the Hungarian schools. This ensured that the workers would not support the Bela Kun government, because the Hungarian people looked at this aghast, workers as well as everyone else. But he had already made the connection that today many of us are still surprised by, that we would consider the “latest thing.”

    In 1923 in Germany, a think-tank is established that takes on the role of translating Marxism from economic into cultural terms, that creates Political Correctness as we know it today, and essentially it has created the basis for it by the end of the 1930s. This comes about because the very wealthy young son of a millionaire German trader by the name of Felix Weil has become a Marxist and has lots of money to spend. He is disturbed by the divisions among the Marxists, so he sponsors something called the First Marxist Work Week, where he brings Lukacs and many of the key German thinkers together for a week, working on the differences of Marxism.

    And he says, “What we need is a think-tank.” Washington is full of think tanks and we think of them as very modern. In fact they go back quite a ways. He endows an institute, associated with Frankfurt University, established in 1923, that was originally supposed to be known as the Institute for Marxism. But the people behind it decided at the beginning that it was not to their advantage to be openly identified as Marxist. The last thing Political Correctness wants is for people to figure out it’s a form of Marxism. So instead they decide to name it the Institute for Social Research.

    Weil is very clear about his goals. In 1971, he wrote to Martin Jay the author of a principle book on the Frankfurt School, as the Institute for Social Research soon becomes known informally, and he said, “I wanted the institute to become known, perhaps famous, due to its contributions to Marxism.” Well, he was successful. The first director of the Institute, Carl Grunberg, an Austrian economist, concluded his opening address, according to Martin Jay, “by clearly stating his personal allegiance to Marxism as a scientific methodology.” Marxism, he said, would be the ruling principle at the Institute, and that never changed.
    The initial work at the Institute was rather conventional, but in 1930 it acquired a new director named Max Horkheimer, and Horkheimer’s views were very different. He was very much a Marxist renegade. The people who create and form the Frankfurt School are renegade Marxists. They’re still very much Marxist in their thinking, but they’re effectively run out of the party. Moscow looks at what they are doing and says, “Hey, this isn’t us, and we’re not going to bless this.”

    Horkheimer’s initial heresy is that he is very interested in Freud, and the key to making the translation of Marxism from economic into cultural terms is essentially that he combined it with Freudism. Again, Martin Jay writes, “If it can be said that in the early years of its history, the Institute concerned itself primarily with an analysis of bourgeois society’s socio-economic sub-structure,” – and I point out that Jay is very sympathetic to the Frankfurt School, I’m not reading from a critic here – “in the years after 1930 its primary interests lay in its cultural superstructure. Indeed the traditional Marxist formula regarding the relationship between the two was brought into question by Critical Theory.”

    The stuff we’ve been hearing about this morning – the radical feminism, the women’s studies departments, the gay studies departments, the black studies departments – all these things are branches of Critical Theory. What the Frankfurt School essentially does is draw on both Marx and Freud in the 1930s to create this theory called Critical Theory. The term is ingenious because you’re tempted to ask, “What is the theory?” The theory is to criticize. The theory is that the way to bring down Western culture and the capitalist order is not to lay down an alternative. They explicitly refuse to do that. They say it can’t be done, that we can’t imagine what a free society would look like (their definition of a free society). As long as we’re living under repression – the repression of a capitalistic economic order which creates (in their theory) the Freudian condition, the conditions that Freud describes in individuals of repression – we can’t even imagine it. What Critical Theory is about is simply criticizing. It calls for the most destructive criticism possible, in every possible way, designed to bring the current order down. And, of course, when we hear from the feminists that the whole of society is just out to get women and so on, that kind of criticism is a derivative of Critical Theory. It is all coming from the 1930s, not the 1960s.

  7. Jackson says:

    I’d just like to mention what a great author I’ve found Lee Harris to be. Both his books are short, well written and original. While the topics in them seem to be sort of standard neo-con stuff his treatment of them is so far from orthodox that you litterally have to stop every few pages to think about what you are reading.

    I believe that they would be of interest to many of the readers of this site.

  8. Spock says:

    I always find these kinds of articles interesting, because political analysis is a fun weekend hobby.

    The sad reality you are facing is the same thing we are facing on your opposite side.

    Both the voices of the right and left are ignored, and will continue to be ignored.

    While the tea parties appear to be a movement, in reality they are a phishing scams set up by DC direct mailing hounds for the Republican party.

    Just as every time United for Peace and Justice or MoveOn.org threw a peace protest back under Bush, they were galvanizing for the Dems.

    When it comes down to it, you all will end up voting for the Republicans, and those on K st. who are orchestrating the tea parties know this.

    As much as a corporate tool Obama is turning out to be, and really not that much different than Bush, the Dems know we lefties are going to end up voting for him again.

    Facts are that our two opposite camps are not going to be voting for these parties, but against each other, and the two party system is relying on that.

  9. Jay says:

    <>

    This is the key to the entire enterprise and it may be summed up as Lenin did by “Who? Whom?”

    In other words, who is naming whom?

    Political correctness is simply a supremacist mindset claiming the right to name & label those all around them, and it is the act of naming that lies at the very base of the concepts in the posting above.

    Resisting defamation is simply a demand to use our names & labels for ourselves. It postulates an undeniable position of power that may not be questioned, thus cracking the world view so carelessly but effectively woven around us. Until we understand the power of naming & labeling ourselves, we will never deconstruct the false world around us.

  10. Whites Unite says:

    “The biggest threat of this upheaval is not so much to ‘the left’, but to the beltway ‘conservative leadership’ which has long misdirected the political actions of well-meaning and patriotic white Americans”

    The “White” in “White Americans” should be capitalized.

    It is a proper noun, the name of an ethnic group. Just like Japanese, Jews, Black Americans etc.

  11. Jay says:

    “As regards the language issue, this explains why there is such a push to use ‘politically correct’ terms such as ‘African-American’, ‘temporary guest worker’, and ‘developmentally disabled’ instead of terms such as ‘negro’, ‘illegal alien’, and ‘retard’….Although some are attempting to fight within this Gramscian framework, the most successful movements have been those which recognize this racket for what it is and call shenanigans on the whole scheme.”

    This is the key to the entire enterprise and it may be summed up as Lenin did by “Who? Whom?”

    In other words, who is naming whom?

    Political correctness is simply a supremacist mindset claiming the right to name & label those all around them, and it is the act of naming that lies at the very base of the concepts in the posting above.

    Resisting defamation is simply a demand to use our names & labels for ourselves. It postulates an undeniable position of power that may not be questioned, thus cracking the world view so carelessly but effectively woven around us. Until we understand the power of naming & labeling ourselves, we will never deconstruct the false world around us.

  12. http://www.gallup.com/poll/141032/2010-Conservatives-Outnumber-Moderates-Liberals.aspx

    PRINCETON, NJ — Conservatives have maintained their leading position among U.S. ideological groups in the first half of 2010. Gallup finds 42% of Americans describing themselves as either very conservative or conservative. This is up slightly from the 40% seen for all of 2009 and contrasts with the 20% calling themselves liberal or very liberal.

  13. MGLS says:

    “of all those who consciously or unconsciously oppose the Majority cause, the modern conservative is the most dangerous”
    Wilmot Robertson, The Dispossessed Majority

  14. ASDF says:

    Good article. I still maintain that there is a need to create a parallel conservative/white nationalist elite. You’re not going to get the cocktail party set to start rubbing elbows with Joe the Plumber, though they may share an ideology.

  15. Veni Vidi Dixi says:

    Spock:

    The sad reality you are facing is the same thing we are facing on your opposite side. Both the voices of the right and left are ignored, and will continue to be ignored.

    The “right” and the “left” are both controlled by Jews … er, “Zionists” to you I guess. It may not have always been like that, but it is now. Just take a look at SEIU as an organization and ask yourself if it actually does any good for the mestizos cleaning hotels, or if it was simply a good way for Andy Stern to build up a political machine. Ask yourself if the Harvard education Jewish Andy Stern actually helped the working class when he broke off SEIU from AFL-CIO.

    Ask yourself why Chomsky never mentions that the “corporate” media is owned and operated by Jews (er, Zionists I mean). Or why Chomsky immediately dismisses the Israel Lobby and instead blames imperialism on (ostensibly White) “elites.”

    The modern union movement is such a perfectly clear case of this isn’t it? You have “professional organizers” who are upper class and wealthy Jews “leading” the masses of brown and black laborers. The unions aren’t run by long time workers anymore, but a professional class educated in “labor studies” that just happen to be very Jewish.

    All the “left” has done is replace their own indigenous leadership with a foreign elite Jewish leadership. While you were busy with talmudic arguments over some variation of Marxism, they were taking control of your institutions.

    Sucker!

    As much as a corporate tool Obama is turning out to be

    Did you expect anything different? You must be young.

  16. Tacitus says:

    This was an excellent article. I thought it tied in nicely with Kievsky’s recent article on how current economic arrangements make it necessary to kiss ass and be politically correct lest you lose your livelihood. Unfortunately, I am all too familiar with this. As both articles state: we must liberate ourselves, both psychologically and physically, from the manipulation inherent in the pursuit of prestige.

  17. ATBOTL says:

    There is still no reason to believe that the Tea Party movement will become pro-white.

  18. Boffin says:

    In reply to John Walters. I never said Gramsci didn’t play a key role in the origins of political correctness as further developed by the Frankfurt school, just that he wasn’t an actual member of the organization known as the Frankfurt school.

  19. John Walters says:

    @Boffin:
    ‘In reply to John Walters. I never said Gramsci didn’t play a key role in the origins of political correctness as further developed by the Frankfurt school, just that he wasn’t an actual member of the organization known as the Frankfurt school.’

    Sorry, I wasn’t clear on your meaning.

    I tend to lump Gramsci and the Frankfurt School together because their ideologies seem to have been an exact fit, as far as I can tell. An actual trained historian would probably have a higher standard of classification.

    @Jackson:
    When you say “Lee Harris” do you mean the one who writes for Hoover?

    http://www.hoover.org/publications/policy-review/article/6615

    @Jay
    ‘who is naming whom?

    Political correctness is simply a supremacist mindset claiming the right to name & label those all around them, and it is the act of naming that lies at the very base of the concepts in the posting above.’

    By controlling the names, the basic assumptions, the paradigms, they set the boundaries of acceptable thought.

  20. Reader says:

    Interesting article. Lee Harris is definitely “hinting” at Jewish power here. Unfortunately I think he’s guilty of seeing what he wants to see in the “tea party” phenomenon. It reminds me too much of the anti-Clintonism of the mid 90′s, except we’ve gone from “militias” to “tea parties”. Is this a step forward?

  21. O.P. says:

    This article and comments contain the information that every White American should understand before they graduate from high school.
    Who will write that book and when?

  22. SpartanBoi77 says:

    “When it comes down to it, you all will end up voting for the Republicans, and those on K st. who are orchestrating the tea parties know this.”

    What? I voted for the Constitution Party the last two elections (Peroutka and Baldwin). Always go as far to the Right as possible.

    Not everyone on this blog are ‘lemmings’ as the late William Luther Pierce (pbuh) would say.

    “I thought it tied in nicely with Kievsky’s recent article on how current economic arrangements make it necessary to kiss ass and be politically correct lest you lose your livelihood.”

    Kievksy notion of the ‘Aryan Taqqiyan’ is great! Soon the ZOG will be filled with deep cover moles and be compromised!! We are going to win this thing!

    “There is still no reason to believe that the Tea Party movement will become pro-white.”

    That is certainly True, but some activists should take it upon themselves to influence them into a Racialist Orientation. They are open to be infiltrated by White Nationalists. Let’s get to work.

  23. Wandrin says:

    Excellent and very true.

    An example from electoral politics:

    say you start in a new area and 2% agree with you and your first election you get 2%

    time rolls on and 4% agree with you and next election you get 4%

    time rolls on and 8% agree with you and next election you get 6%

    time rolls on and 12% agree with you and next election you get 6%

    In any area there seems to be a percentage of people who are in the grip of the cultural hegemony or multicult and there’s a number of people who are free of it and that number of free people are your glass ceiling. It might be 20% in one area and 6% in another but if the hegemony says your organisation is “bad” then your maximum number of voters / members is the people who don’t listen to the hegemony *even* if they agree with you.

    I think the way to look at it is to imagine everyone in that area were devoutly loyal to a particular church and the local Bishop said not to vote for you.

    How the organisation is run does matter as it will decide how much of your maximum potential support you actually get – if the glass ceiling in one place is 20% and you get 19.9% that’s good, if it’s 3% somewhere else and you get 0.1% then it’s no good – but no matter what you do there always seems to be a limit.

    So WNs need to do two things,
    1. Organizing,
    2. Undermining the multicult.

    Undermining the multicult increases the number of people you can recruit, organizing actually recruits them.

    It’s probably possible to do both at once but as i’ve only recently come to this conclusion i’m not sure how. It doesn’t matter however as the advantage of (2) is you can do it all the time *and* you can do it without breaking any rules.

    “The structure is cracking, and it is our job to push on those cracks to make them larger.”

    Yup.

  24. Wandrin says:

    “There is still no reason to believe that the Tea Party movement will become pro-white.”

    Maybe so but what you can do is try and make them *one* step more radical than they currently are.

  25. Tea Party leaders – Rand Paul, Beck, Palin, others – are already 100% Zionist owned and operated. When the Iran War begins, they’ll be waving the bloody shirt with the rest of the patriotards, and will have forgotten all about “limited government”. Still, among the implicitely White TP mass movement there are millions of good people who are now one short step away from White Nationalism. As economic conditions worsen and ZOG attacks on the 1st and 2nd Amendments intensify, many of them will take that step. One of our vital tasks will be to produce leaders that can displace the current crop of Zionist hirelings.

  26. Wandrin says:

    “Still, among the implicitely White TP mass movement there are millions of good people who are now one short step away from White Nationalism.”

    I don’t think that’s true. I’d say more like 5-6 steps at the very least.

    - capable of ignoring the “racist” attack
    - firmly anti illegal immigration
    - firmer attitude to legal immigration regarding acceptance of vlaues
    - restriction of legal immigration on grounds of time-to-assimilate
    - moratorium on immigration for x years
    - nationalist
    - ethno-nationalist

    Generally people won’t radicalize more than one step at a time so if i was a WN in the states and wanted to get involved with tea partiers i’d be working on a line related to the media/racist angle “the liberal media call us racist to try and bully us into shutting up – don’t be racist, but don’t pay any attention to the media either” or “the media says only white people are racist” t-shirts. That type of thing.

  27. MGLS says:

    When the Iran War begins

    Conspiracy theorists and the “patriot movement” have been telling us that “the Iran War” is “imminent” for more than seven years.

    The last price of an Intrade.com contract for “USA and/or Israel to execute an overt Air Strike against Iran by 31 Dec 2010″ is 7.0 (on a scale from 0 to 100).

    The price for the contract “USA and/or Israel to execute an overt Air Strike against Iran by 31 Dec 2011″ is 20.0.

    Unfortunately there is no contract for whether the US will attack Iran, but if there were the price would be even lower.

    If anyone is confident that the prospect of a strike against Iran in the next year and a half is much likelier than the current Intrade probability, go put your money where your mouth is. Purchase a ton of Intrade contracts and make a killing.

  28. Bigmo says:

    The problem with this article is that it distracts. There is too much of an agenda that it become impossible to complete with success.

    The author here has something to say about Blacks, about Arabs and 9-11 and finally a whole lot about Jews. Obviously such a startegy will make those minorities forget their difference and create an alliance with one another. The goal of course is to focus one main issue and pursue that. The author also seems to think that to legitimize White Nationalism you need to find some fault on other ethnic groups. Thats a doomed strategy. Its one thing to be pro-White its another to be anti non White.

    Frankly I think he makes too much distraction. Since I am not White let me help you guys.

    Focus one one main issue like Macdonald does. Focus on mass immigration and European American identity. Let the other issues reveal itself.

    Second if Blacks move against this movement it is the end. They don’t need to support it but they can not appear to be heavily against it. Macdonald’s insistence that America’s demographic should be like the 1960 is a good way to start. It recognizes Blacks and Natives as a minority. As long as Blacks feel indifferent then the movement will succeed. Since Blacks are the ones who shape the race debate in America. Jews succeeded only after using Blacks and the civil rights movement in the 60s to advance themselves and hide.

    Take care and stay focussed and don’t get distracted with all inds of side issues.

    Finally the author is underestimating how much influence the elites have on the Tea Party folks. If you look at the polls their outlook ain’t too different from the Neocons. Macdonald is correct to believe the Tea Party have now been sabataged. But maybe another 9-11 will change the trend. After all its that event more than anything else that created the spark. Looking at how things are going it seems inevitable that another 9-11 will happen. I hope and pray it won’t but in any case that might be the biggest give White Nationalist can have.

    I meant Euro- American Nationalism. Terms are everything.

  29. Amerikaner says:

    “of all those who consciously or unconsciously oppose the Majority cause, the modern conservative is the most dangerous”
    Wilmot Robertson, The Dispossessed Majority

    Robertson expounded upon and further elucidated this truism so well again when he wrote the following in his periodical Instauration:

    What we need is a major biological and philosophical overhaul, not a temporary economic cure, not just a couple of massive shots of conservative Republicanism, which has been the junior member of the political partnership that has presided over our downgoing. All the Reagans really do is slow the process, offer false hopes and waste needed energy. There are old virtues in the land-orderliness, self-reliance, in-genuity, stick-at-itness – and Reagan rightfully reminds us of them. There are also old vices in the land – equalitarianism, pseudo-humanitarianism, dollar-grubbing, interventionism – and Reagan also reminds us of them. As for that most egregious vice – the upper-class Wasps’ almost total abandonment and desertion of lower-and middle-class Wasps – so far Reagan has never uttered one word to indicate his horror of this great betrayal.

    The future of America belongs to the man who restores the old virtues, quashes the old vices and imbues his people with new virtues as he leads them into the quicksands of tomorrow. This epochal task is so much beyond Reagan’s comprehension and capabilities that it is almost cruel to bring it up.

    That last sentence, which is remarkably apocryphal regarding our current crop of ‘Tighty-Righties’, could and should be adjusted for today’s context:

    “This epochal task is so much beyond your *modern Conservative/Tea Partier’s* comprehension and capabilities that it is almost cruel to bring it up.”

    Robertson, as usual, accurately ends his observations calling out the con in conservative:

    If we have to be destroyed, it is better that our enemies destroy us than our friends. We cannot build while the ramshackle old building stands, the battered, antiquated fort that Reaganites are determined to hold. Meanwhile, let us stop splitting the ranks of the Majority by dividing our loyalties and our votes. Wallace symbolizes race, and if he offers us little substance, if he has little substance, he at least offers us a shadow. Reagan is just a great-grandfather clock that rings pleasantly with nostalgic chimes, as it runs forty years slow.

    RONALD REAGAN – Old Virtues and Old Vices, Instauration, Vol. 1, No. 4, March, 1976, pg. 17.

    http://www.instaurationonline.com/pdf-files/Instauration-1976-03-March.pdf

  30. What me worried? says:

    Some how I feel this is the right place to note in passing the fall of the Washington Post’s conservative movement blogger David Weigel.
    I never read him. I don’t look at the Post except for checking on the morninghate by Eugene Robinson. I do this to see if big mouth Joe S. will ever realize that he, Eugene, is much more to the racial far left then any of the people on the right Scarborough likes to put down for not being “inclusive”.

    But, it seems David Weigal was caught off the record bad mouthing the conservative movement he was to blog about. I guess he had to make it clear to those in the know what side he was on; although no one here would have been surprised. Perhaps Mr. Weigal can get a job as a back up for Mr Frum or Mr Brooks.

  31. SpartanBoi77 says:

    “Since Blacks are the ones who shape the race debate in America. “

    Uh no, it is Jews that set the terms for the ‘establishment parameters’ of the Race Debate in the Jew-nited States.

    Example: Jews have booted out Louis Farrakhan for alleged ‘anti-semitism’, the same thing with Rev. Jackson for his quotes about H-town.

    The Jew is in Control.

    “Some how I feel this is the right place to note in passing the fall of the Washington Post’s conservative movement blogger David Weigel.”

    Just another Kosher Conservative, no big deal, no gain, no loss. **shrugs shoulders and logs onto another White Nationalist Blog, bypassing the Jewish-media…**

  32. Wandrin says:

    “This epochal task is so much beyond your *modern Conservative/Tea Partier’s* comprehension and capabilities that it is almost cruel to bring it up.”

    1. If WNs want to catch white people they need to fish where white people are.

    2. Generally speaking people will only change their mind one step at a time.

    3. Being too radical for who you’re talking to makes them *less* radical.

    I’d say the critical thing with tea partiers from a WN perspective is their fear of being called racist so that would be the line to take – subverting the media message with banners like “three white people in a group is racist,” “being white and thin is racist,” “being white and fat is racist, ” etc. Take it to absurdity.

  33. Wandrin says:

    The hegemony is a religion is a morality.

    Whenever someone stands up and makes a moral pronouncement like “that’s bad” they set themselves up as a judge and a priest.

    Historically the way people have always tried to undermine judges, priests, religions and ideologies is through pointing out inconsistencies, double standards and hypocrisy.

    The multicult says racism is evil.
    The multicult is anti-white racism.

    Constantly pointing out the obvious undermines them as a moral authority and is (mostly) work-safe.

    Old Soviet jokes would probably make good source material e.g

    “A flock of sheep were stopped by frontier guards at the Russo-Finnish border. “Why do you wish to leave Russia?” the guards asked them. “It’s the NKVD”, replied the terrified sheep. “Beria’s ordered them to arrest all elephants.” “But you aren’t elephants!” the guards pointed out. “Try telling that to the NKVD!”

    becomes

    “A flock of tea partiers were stopped by frontier guards at the Canadian border. “Why do you wish to leave America?” the guards asked them. “It’s the media”, replied the terrified tea partiers. “The media ‘s ordered the arrest and torture of all evilracistnazis.” “But you aren’t evilracistnazis!” the guards pointed out. “Try telling that to the media!”

  34. Wandrin says:

    Another updated Soviet joke

    “My wife has been going to cooking school for three years.” / “She must really cook well by now!” / “No, they haven’t even finished the history of slavery yet.”

  35. Gorswab says:

    Honestly, I don’t think I’ve ever come across a more delusional and off-the-mark set of ideas. How can you all simplify the complexity of the world into an issue of white vs. everyone else? Evolution will see people like you go extinct if you don’t remove the blinkers and start observing your world.

    Don’t bother putting me in a box to define me; I am neither liberal nor conservative, nor even American, or even North American for that matter. What you fail to realize is that you so-called ‘good conservatives’ with your misdirected self-righteous anger are going to be the cause of social collapse in the United States, not the preventer.

    STOP being hypocrites, STOP with the double standards. Be happy. It’s a choice.

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  37. Tombarnes says:

    A companion essay to this one would be “How the Intellectuals took Over(And What to Do About It)” by David Gerlernter in Commentary of March 1997.

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