Wikipedia's gatekeepers are up to their usual shenanigans, in this case, attempting to casually brush the topic of Cultural Marxism under the carpet to keep it from innocent eyes:
In case you haven't noticed the "Cultural Marxism" entry to wikipedia has been deleted and replaced by "conspiracy theory" at the body of the "Frankfurt School" page.What do I think? I think this is simply SJWs SJWing. And what do SJWs do? The lesson, as always, is this: SJWs always lie. The ironic thing is that Wikipedia has a fairly extensive entry on one of the more important cultural Marxists, Herbert Marcuse, and even quotes him in some detail concerning the cultural Marxism he advocated, and which the SJWs practice.
I noticed this a few days ago. After reading a work on Critical Race Theory which wasn't inspired by an article I read on the Baltimore riots. It reminded me a lot of the line of thinking that Pat Buchanan describes as Cultural Marxism in "Death of the West." Naturally, I looked up Cultural Marxism on wikipedia and I find that the page had been deleted and replaced. Orwell would be proud. To be quite honest, this really has shocked me. Call me sheltered, but the audacity and dishonesty of it is appalling.
Being an optimist (or a masochist) I looked at the talk page to see if I couldn't reason with someone. Turns out that the page replacement took place in November and that a single editor it engages in some serious gate-keeping.
Over the past five months several dozen people have expressed concerns with the page and he dismissed and passive-aggressively threatened them all without answering any arguments.
I decided to engage with him, but the results are about what you'd expect.
Here's a summary:
Me:I don't think Cultural Marxism counts as a conspiracy by any reasonable definition and this article leans way left. Can you please define your terms for Cultural Marxism and give me your criteria for conspiracy theory.
Him :Ok go ahead and try to prove your conspiracy theory Mr. Tin-foil hat man. Oh and Welcome (grumble)...can you please go away...be a shame if someone were to report you for vandalism.....and did you know Satanic, baby eating, white supremacist Anders Breivik used the phrase "Cultural Marxism" in his manifesto...you don't want to be like him do you...be a shame if you got reported....
You can imagine two days of this I'm sure. But if you have time, I'd love to know what you think of the debate. I've rarely dealt with someone so completely unwilling to actually argue all the while claiming that the battle was over before I got there and that he's the victor.
I've finally got him to consider an academic source from Paul Gottfried, but it looks like this will take time.
So, what I'd really like is you to give a shout on your blog detailing what's happened. It's bigger than two guys fighting on the internet considering how many people use wikipedia, if only to get oriented in finding out more about a topic. I know I do, or before this did. Just a link would get more people involved.
I've decided to ask you because a) Castalia has published work by William Lind, one of the (if not the) coiners of the phrase "Cultural Marxism" to describe the ideology, obsessions, tactics, and behaviors of the Left and their current diffusion in society at large and b) because no one should know better than you that so-called little issues like Gamergate and the Hugos are key battlegrounds in the culture wars and will lead to bigger things.
Honestly I think keeping wikipedia honest (as far as it's possible) is even bigger. This isn't just a case of "oh no! Somebody's wrong on the internet!"
- "Liberating tolerance, then, would mean intolerance against movements from the Right and toleration of movements from the Left."
- "Surely, no government can be expected to foster its own subversion, but in a democracy such a right is vested in the people (i.e. in the majority of the people). This means that the ways should not be blocked on which a subversive majority could develop, and if they are blocked by organized repression and indoctrination, their reopening may require apparently undemocratic means. They would include the withdrawal of toleration of speech and assembly from groups and movements which promote aggressive policies, armament, chauvinism, discrimination on the grounds of race and religion, or which oppose the extension of public services, social security, medical care, etc."