he goal of “Cultural Marxism” is the use of art, music, education and media to condition people to accept the essential elements of Marxism without identifying them as such. After a few generations of this conditioning, Marxism becomes the new reality without a violent revolution and even without awareness that a revolution has occurred. If you want to know how the nations of the world became increasingly Marxist in form, if not in name, here is the strategy.
The film’s opening statement by Pat Buchanan prepares the viewer for what is to follow: “The United States has undergone a cultural, moral, and religious revolution. … We are two countries now. We are two countries morally, culturally, socially, and theologically. Cultural wars do not lend themselves to peaceful co-existence. One side prevails, or the other prevails. The truth is that, while we won the Cold War with political and economic Communism, we lost the war with cultural Marxism, which now is dominant. Those of us who are traditionalists, we are the counterculture.”
This documentary from “Fiat Empire” director James Jaeger shows how a group of Marxist theoreticians, calling themselves the “Frankfurt School,” plotted the corruption and overthrow of America by systematically undermining its culture and values.
Includes testimony from G. Edward Griffin, Ron Paul, Pat Buchanan, Edwin Vieira and Ted Baehr.