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But this con artists somehow managed to convince enough people and infiltrate the upper echelons of management to turn the House of Ideas into the House of Ideologues.
In it you can read the methods of linguistic realpolitik that conservative ideologues have faithfully put in play since its first publication.
22, 27, 28) 1 Why Antifa is Wrong About Everything, article by Non Facies Furtum To the average person in our society, who is neither a philosopher nor a fool, the violence and thuggery of Antifa is disturbing. Though they certainly realize that Antifa members are dangerous people who are misplacing their discontent, they may not realize the full weight of the threat that cultish groups such as Antifa represent. Perhaps the best place to start in examining the problem that is the presence of these Antifa groups is to analyze their ideologies. As their name suggests (Anti-fascist Action), their principal mission is to fight against what they perceive as fascists. These groups are associated with anarcho-communism, and indeed their members are heavy proponents of far-left progressive dogma, most often devout communists, and in general are about as extreme left a group as exists. They perceive fascists as authoritarian-right ideologues, though in truth this is not accurate, nor who they target. So, who are the fascists they oppose? Well, if you are a gun owner, an entrepreneur, or a Christian, or if you think that limiting immigration might have beneficial effects, think people ought to be allowed to say what they wish with no violent consequences, or in many cases, are just white, male, or heterosexual, you are a fascist as far as Antifa is concerned. In 1944, George Orwell wrote a short piece on the meaninglessness of the word “fascism”, in which he states that indeed it is really more of a convenient label which can be tacked on to any movement, ideology, or organization that one disagrees with. This seems to be quite accurate in describing how this term is used nowadays, and its use ought to carry little power. In reality, the already ugly character of these organizations manifests itself in an even more negative way. They are well known for their protests and riots against 2 advocates of free speech, speakers with even moderately conservative views, and more recently, of intergovernmental forums such as the G-20 meeting. These so-called anti-fascists assemble large groups, all dressed in black-bloc, carry provocative and dogmatic signage in their demonstrations, often carry weapons, and in their clashes with attendees of conservative speakers or free-speech advocates, initiate violence to deter further voicing of opinions. The most clear and present danger that Antifa poses is their ability and propensity to commit acts of violence against individuals with which they disagree; and to riot, loot, and in general destroy both public and private property. Now, what is the great irony in the nature of Antifa? Oh, of course. They have become exactly the group they claim to despise. Who else used violence and intimidation to achieve political goals, and attempt to achieve ideological compliance? Who else hated and condemned good people just because of their identities? That’s right, fascists.