Frankfurt School Cultural Marxism in R.I.

I very much doubt the principal in the Rhode Island school has ever heard of the Frankfurt School, cultural Marxism or Critical Theory. He is, however, a product of it. He has grown up in a society in which Frankfurt School critical theory has attacked, eroded and undermined Western culture to the point that a deception of husband, wife and child is considered controversial.

In a Rhode Island high school, the principal ordered this mural to be painted over. It was, he said, inappropriate.

“The mural was meant to depict the life of a man and it ended with the scene with the man, woman and a child. The student artist, 17-year-old Liz Bierendy, said that she depicted the man and woman has married with wedding rings. According to Horoshack’s press release the scene was painted over because “some of the members of the Pilgrim High Schoolcommunity suggested that the depiction of a young man’s development from boyhood through adulthood as displayed may not represent the life experiences of many of the students at Pilgrim High School.”

This is – even if it is unconscious – cultural Marxism.

“Cultural Marxism is a term referring to a group of Marxists who have sought to apply critical theory to matters of family composition, gender, race, and cultural identity within Western society.

In the early 20th century some Marxists of the Frankfurt School decided that the best approach to revolution was cultural rather than through violent revolution. They laid out a strategy for undermining Western culture. Rather calling for a Communist revolution up front, as in Russia, Marxists in the West would take political power last, after a “long march through the institutions” – the schools, the media, even the churches, every institution that could influence the culture. This became the primary means of change, especially since the 1960.


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