- Nov 20, 2008
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cultural marxism is a development of classical marxism.I’m a Marxist. BLM (tm) is not “marxist.” Stfu about stuff you know less than nothing about. Less than nothing because you’re invoking marx/marxism from a place of such extreme and willful ignorance, you muddy the conceptual waters. BLM, the movement, might have Marxist elements, but those voices have been successfully smothered by identitarian micropolitiking. If BLM, as a movement, was Marxist (ML or MLM), the spokespeople of the movement would be demanding universal changes, not narrow, racialized, means-tested reforms (like reparations). I’m not against reparations, but that’s not Marxist bub
how old are you? cuz you remind me of me in college. when you finish college you will learn that in the real world, waters get muddied. classical marxism failed, and one of the reasons why was because it couldn’t function in a world of conceptual muddy waters.
when classical marxism failed, the intelligentsia shifted to socialism. when socialism failed, the shift was to cultural marxism (or critical theory, if you don’t want the waters muddied). and cultural marxism thrives in conceptual muddy waters.