Photographer discusses how CBS alters photos to make Bannon look bad:
The host is arguing that today’s political figures are race hustling and ignoring economic projects and programs.
But isn’t this the macro picture of what happened over the course of the last few years? Cultural Marxism has replaced Economic Marxism?
Instead of telling the history of the world in terms of proletariat versus bourgeoisies (economic class warfare), it is women, gays and darker skinned races against straight white men (cultural class warfare).
From my vantage point you’ve been left behind as a proponent of a philosophy which has a long history of radicalizing extremely quickly and leaving its moderates behind, if not declaring them enemies.
Moderate leftists who think they are victims, for example, economic victims, very quickly find out that the aren’t victim *enough*. People who are bigger victims than you quickly push you aside and claim to possess a superior moral position because they are superior victims.
Anyway. I will avoid an argument. Feel free to tell me why I’m wrong.
May, 2015. Politico: “Newsflash: It’s going to Hillary vs Jeb.” Can we all stop pretending that there’s any real suspense?
The left mistook positions of power for power; they won authority,but lost the culture. So now theyve lost authority too. God Bless America.
And she giggled like a school child when Khadafi was killed. Not presidential material.
Klein added that the friend ‘said it was even hard to understand what she was saying, she was crying so hard’
My left-leaning friends may not accept hearing this from me. Just as economic Marxists apriori dismissed arguments by people of the wrong economic class (via dialectical materialism), today’s cultural Marxists apriori dismiss arguments of the wrong ethnic/gender class (via all the invisible flavors of racism).
So here is a person from one the “good” classes making the same argument:
WHERE PEOPLE OF DIFFERENT POLITICAL VIEWS SHOULD START
The cat’s been out of bag on Haidt’s morality research for a while, but it deserves a reminder. It could not be more timely.
People with different political views should start by identifying where they and they’re adversary lie on Haidt’s chart.
It’s the best (only?) language I know for discussing politics scientifically, freeing us from the “good/bad” language typically used to shroud the intuition embedded in our genes.
Our intuition makes us sensitive to different types of problem. We’re all blind and biased. Start here.