The Frankfurt School is a Jewish Marxist affiliated school of social theory and philosophy. Their origins go back to the Institute for Social Research at the University of Frankfurt. "Frankfurt School" is used as a term for thinkers affiliated with the Institute for Social Research or influenced by them.
|The creation of racism offences and hate speech laws.|
|Continual change to create confusion (e,g., in school curricula).|
|Masturbation propaganda in schools, combined with the homosexualization and transsexualism of children and their corruption by exposing them to child porn in the classroom.|
|The systematic undermining of parental and teachers’ authority.|
|Huge immigration to destroy national identity and foment future race wars.|
|The systematic promotion of excessive drinking and recreational drugs.|
|The systematic promotion of sexual deviance in society.|
|An unreliable legal system with bias against the victims of crime.|
|Dependency on state benefits.|
|Control and dumbing down of media. (Six Jewish companies now control 96 percent of the world’s media. LD).|
|Encouraging the breakdown of the family.|
|All all-out attack on Christianity and the emptying of churches.|
History of the Frankfurt School
The first generation of the Frankfurt School were all Jews and the Institute of Social Research itself was funded by a Jewish millionaire, Felix Weil. It was created during the Weimar Republic and soon become very influential. The Frankfurt School was perceived as a communist organization and closed down within six weeks of Hitler’s ascent to power. It migrated to the United States (until after World War II) where it was also widely perceived as a communist front organization.
The Institute emerged from a week-long symposium held in Ilmenau, Germany in 1922. The First Marxist Workweek was organized and funded by German-Argentinean agricultural magnate Felix Weil with the purpose of combining the different trends of Marxism. The symposium was attended by Georg Lukács, Karl Korsch, Karl August Wittfogel, and Friedrich Pollock, among others. The event was reportedly so successful that Weil set about erecting a building and funding salaries for a permanent "Institute for Marxism" modeled upon the Marx-Engels Institute in Moscow.
The initial work at the Institute was oriented towards exploring Marxism as a scientific and economic methodology, but after the death of Grünberg and the temporary directorship of Pollock, Jewish Marxist Max Horkheimer was appointed the to the chair and changed the direction of the Institute from promoting an orthodox Marxist philosophy to what would later be called "cultural Marxism," better known as "political correctness."
Ideology and influence
- Critical theory
- Cultural Marxism
- Kevin MacDonald
- Political correctness
- Sexual Bolshevism
- Kevin B. MacDonald. The Culture of Critique. 1998, 2002. 1st Books Library.