Political Correction was the creation of gay thinkers who supported totalitarian fascists

December 21, 2013

I know I’m going to be called a homophobe, but the feminist CamillePaglia agrees with me. the liberals use Hitler’s philosopher to justify censorship for those who oppose gay marriage… and they use a gay French philosopher (Foucault) who enabled Shia Islam. The basic idea is that truth needs to be revealed through meaning and that the sum of the parts (penis and vagina) don’t give the final meaning because of sheer will.

PC and cultural relativism are the godchildren of Martin Heidegger and Michel Foucault, the philosopher apologists, respectively, for those most totalitarian of leaders (and great supporters of homosexuality… yeah, right) Adolph Hitler and the Ayatollah Khomeini. I know this flies over the heads of A&E executives who are unlikely to have read much, if any, Heidegger or Foucault, or know anything of the philosophers’ relationships to those dictators, but they should know how their minds have been manipulated, because what they have done is outrageous and reactionary.

Heidegger‘s Opinion on Gay Marriage

….Heidegger‘s notion of “worldhood.” What is so compelling is the idea that, as humans (as what Heidegger calls Dasein), we do not live in a world where we start with bare facts and then build meaning from them. We do not construct our world from the flotsam of objects, whether those objects be rocks and trees, tools and buildings, or even words and ideas. Rather, we live first and foremost in meaning, inside of meaning. A world is not a geographical locale or a collection of people and things. It is rather that within which our actions can have meaning… 

Whatever… nonsense… Hitler’s philosopher. Meaning becomes detached from reality …so the reality Martin Heidegger ignores because the meaning is hidden… therefor we blind ourselves of anything that offends us? …Fascists


Putin’s Religious War Against the Female Punk-Rock Band Pussy Riot

July 25, 2012
(NewYorker)Before their arrest, Tolokonnikova was a student of philosophy; Alekhina studied journalism and creative writing and was engaged in religious charities and environmental causes. Samutsevich, the oldest of the three, has a degree in computer programming. They are members of a larger group that also goes by the name Pussy Riot—they use a transliterated version of the English words—that combines radical performance with leftist ideas ranging broadly from anti-authoritarianism to feminism; the group cites figures such as Michel Foucault and Julia Kristeva among their many sources of inspiration, as well as the American punk-rock band Bikini Kill and the riot-grrrl movement of the nineties. Tolokonnikova and Alekhina are mothers of young children whom they have not seen since their arrest.

what are these girls smiling for?