How does the alt -left use cultural marxism to promote sexism against men...?

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  • 8 months ago
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    "How does the alt -left use cultural marxism to promote sexism against men...?"

    You could say that feminism is part of the alt-Left.  And cultural Marxism is all the collective revolutionary movements that push radical social change as financed by the corporate elite through their social change foundations.  All of the alt-Left, including feminists, accept financing and then go on to act as useful idiots for that change that ultimately benefits the sponsors, and not the common people.

    The sad thing, is that feminists and all the other sponsored groups actually believe themselves to be doing some noble work of some kind.  Feminist TODAY, think they are carrying on the work of the Classic feminists from the past. Instead, they push cultural Marxism as they are expected to which divides genders, and races, and religions, and everything else to bring us corporate sponsored divide and conquer.

    Equally sad is how feminists just bow out of this discussion because they are offended at the terms that have been imposed up them .... "alt-Left" or "cultural Marxists".  They then think that just claiming that those don't exist negates what they are actually doing.  You do not get rid of feminist revolutionary actions to change the culture by denying the terms cultural Marxism or alt-Left.  But they way some here are acting about it here I guess we could excuse all alt-Right behaviour by just calling that term a "conspiracy theory" too then.


  • Anonymous
    8 months ago

    it doesn't

    that's so totally ridiculous it only makes you cons look crazy

  • liz
    Lv 7
    8 months ago

    That is a collection of words that only the alt-right understand.

  • Bill
    Lv 7
    8 months ago

    The mainstream left in the west just doesn't care what men think and will step on men if they feel it will benefit women. The mainstream left has been openly ignoring the opinion of men and stepping on men to benefit women now for more than fifty years and I see no indication that is going to change anytime soon. 

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  • 8 months ago

    That's not a thing.

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