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Trump’s Victory Is a Pivotal Turning Point in Human History

Donald Trump’s victory in November was not only the most important election result of our lifetimes, but ranks as one of the most significant events in recorded history, on par with the French Revolution or the fall of the Berlin Wall. And I’ll tell you why.

From zombie at zomblog

Western society is super-saturated with leftist propaganda. Politically astute non-leftists see it everywhere and complain about it incessantly — because it is ubiquitous. In fact, most of our waking hours are spent noticing, commenting upon, getting outraged by and then futilely combatting the endless, relentless leftist slant to everything in modern culture.

Every news broadcast. Every movie. Every lesson in every classroom. Every social signifier in public. Every poll. Every TV show. Every tribal shibboleth. In ways large and small, overt and covert, subtle and blatant, the society around us is infused with progressive ideals and agendas, whether you realize it or not.


And it’s not just the entire preschool-through-PhD educational system, the entire media/entertainment complex, and most interpersonal environments; increasingly, under Obama especially, the federal government itself has become an inescapable agent of coercive progressive propaganda imposed on us with the full force of the state.

But what is the purpose of all this propaganda?

The Goal of Indoctrination

The culture-wide brainwash we witness with chagrin every day is not designed to ignite a violent overthrow of the American political structure — long experience has proven that violent revolutions simply don’t happen in middle-class first-world countries. We’re too comfortable as a nation for that strategy to ever work. Instead, the ultimate goal of all this brainwashing and social intimidation is to make the general population VOTE as the Left wants us to vote.

Many of the progressives fighting (and seemingly winning) the “culture wars” may not even realize the ultimate purpose of their activism — most naively think that the goal of altering America’s social mores is merely to alter America’s social mores, and nothing beyond that. What other objective could there be?

The answer, of course, is obvious: Political change. While it is possible, I suppose, for a thoroughly left-wing society to accept being forever ruled by a conservative government, such a state of affairs never endures for long in the real world. Indeed, one of the core values at the heart of leftism (aside from the touchy-feely cultural stuff) is that the machinery of the state exists for the very purpose of imposing by force progressive ideology on the populace. So the “culture wars” can never be fully won until leftists have a firm grip on political power.

And how do you get political power in America? You don’t have a bloody revolution. Violent revolutions can only ever succeed in what were called “peasant societies” — czarist Russia, impoverished rural China, etc., where there were large populations of oppressed peasants — but never in industrialized countries, as Marx had incorrectly assumed.

Instead, in the United States of America, you gain power incrementally by winning elections. And the way you win elections is by changing the hearts and minds (and thus the voting patterns) of the hoi polloi.

The term for this process, in Marxist theory, is cultural hegemony, a phrase that was coined by communist philosopher Antonio Gramsci to describe how the political power-structure of a society is always determined by the cultural norms of that society. A conservative-minded populace will always vote for conservative-minded leaders, so the way to achieve communism in advanced nations, he argued, would be to first change the culture so that progressive ideals become dominant, and then people will simply vote themselves into communism without the need for a revolution.

And the way to change the culture, according to the theory, is to slowly infiltrate and then surreptitiously seize control of the “institutions” which shape cultural awareness — most importantly the mass media and the educational system. This process was strongly advocated by the influential leftist philosophers at the Frankfurt School, and was eventually given the catchy name “the long march through the institutions” by ’60s radical Rudi Dutschke.

So, it’s no accident, nor did it simply happen naturally, that everything in society since the 1950s seems to have shifted wildly leftward toward political correctness; it is in fact a decades-long strategic plan to change the underlying nature of society to pave the way for an eventual socialist utopia. And while part of that plan is to deny it even exists, in reality modern academia spends most of its time these days openly discussing and debating how to best implement it.

The point behind Gramscianism and “stealth communism” (as I call it) is that the revolution in the United States should not and can not be a violent revolution, but instead a quiet revolution in which the populace imposes communism on itself willingly — what Bernie Sanders correctly dubs “democratic socialism” — that is to say, by electing socialist leaders democratically.

Which brings us to the main point: The entire purpose of 60 years of slanted media and slanted news and slanted education and social pressure and brainwashing and deception and indoctrination — all of it, everything we complain about every day, all day, for years and years and years — the purpose of all this is to get people to vote for the most left-wing candidate in each presidential election. The goal is to bring about a self-imposed silent revolution in America, a democratically elected socialist government voted in by low-information rubes unaware of what they’re doing.

And it has looked ever since Obama’s ascendancy in 2008 that this long-term strategy had reached a tipping point of success from which there was no return — no conservative could ever win another presidential election. With each passing year, the population was getting younger, more radical, more brainwashed, etc. (Midterm/off-year elections are a somewhat different story, as regional conservative outposts could still elect local representatives — but on a national scale, they were greatly outnumbered by burgeoning young generations of leftists.)

The results of these decades of indoctrination was plainly visible in the college students of today, who are all so left-wing by default that they consider standard Marxism too old-fashioned and conservative. Taking this into consideration, and remembering that the adults of today were the radical students of the recent past, it had seemed that these decades of indoctrination had been resoundingly successful, and that the U.S. electorate had swung wildly to the left, never to swing back, just as the Gramscian brainwashers had been planning and implementing for the last 50 or more years.


And then November 8, 2016 happened, and BOOM: It was all revealed to be a lie. Not only did the indoctrination fail, but the general impression that the relentless indoctrination had always been successful was itself a gigantic meta-deception.

All the chatter and statistics and talk show “experts” proclaiming that America had forever swung Democratic? ALL LIES.

All the slanted polls, which were intended to convince everyone that Hillary was inevitable? ALL LIES.

The derision of Trump as a ludicrous fringe candidate and his supporters as wild-eyed extremists? ALL LIES.

And it’s not just that they were all lies — they were lies that had no effect. Somehow, without anyone noticing, a majority of the American populace had evolved a new immunity to progressive disinformation.


It doesn’t even matter what Trump’s actual political beliefs are or what his policies will be. All that matters is that he was the media’s Designated Enemy and yet he won.


This election didn’t merely expose the failure of six months of campaigning by the Democratic Party. This election exposed the failure of SIX DECADES of leftist propaganda to have any cumulative effect at all.


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  1. Excellent Zombie! Begs the question “What comes next?” As, it would appear from college lecterns to broadcast newsrooms from sea to shining sea, nothing has changed.

    1. What comes next? Who knows. I do know one thing. It took the progressives 100 years to get where they are now. And the author is correct. They did undergo a slow march through the institutions the last 50 years. Logically, to undo this, wouldn’t it take the same efforts or more? In other words, the cluster we are in today will not be easily undone, or quickly…sadly…if ever. I’m not being a defeatist by saying that. I’m not giving up here. I’m just saying. People need to recognize the long haul here, and that liberty is never, never won for good. Like I said below, the price of liberty is eternal vigilance. This election may be a tipping point. If that’s true, the work is not finished. It has rather just begun.

  2. Violent revolution is very easy in america, just have the politicians and their goons come for our guns and they will see blood, and not ours.

  3. This is what I believe it comes down to.

    The Declaration of Independence and the US Constitution, jury duty and responsibilities, must be taught in every school, at all levels;

    *Those who serve within the military MUST learn the US Constitution, their state Constitution, and what that Oath means – which is basically to recognize and Just Say “NO” to unconstitutional orders no matter who gives them. That they are NOT the military, but the Militia of their state, as we have NO standing military – but they stay trained and paid, etc for national defense;

    *Law enforcement MUST learn the US Constitution, their state Constitution, and what that Oath means – which is basically Just Say “NO” to unconstitutional orders no matter who gives them;

    Those of us who see judges, those who serve within our governments at any level doing unconstitutional actions against the American people MUST be charged with those crimes;

    Every American, and those LAWFULLY here (not “Obama law”, “Bush law”, “Clinton law”, etc) MUST learn the US Constitution and their own state’s Constitution, then be trained as the US military is trained,

    We already have laws against monopolies, and “agencies” that are required to enforce them – fire and charge every single person within that agency(ies), and remove it if it is not a constitutional agency – or remove and replace if it is a constitutional agency – and not just those tasked with the prevention of monopolies;

    Stop all foreign aid, corporate welfare and start off every American that can prove they are lawfully here with $50,000 to start a business, preferably manufacturing, etc.

    Any and every corporation that tried to take the people’s water, use foreign law here in the USA, spied on the USA, banking that worked against our nation – which leaves 1 state bank in the Dakotas here, Media, etc MUST leave this nation, and they take NOTHING with them, nor are they allowed to sell anything before they leave as they were/are working against our nation, and they must NEVER be allowed to sell anything here ever again. That gives the American people a place to start at, those empty buildings.

    Until Americans have at least a basic understanding of how our legitimate government works, and they get that by the already required to read US Constitution – remember the people have constitutional duties that are put into writing within it also.

    No political parties.

    *Then they will understand their position under our legitimate government, hopefully will become the required-in-writing Militia that those that serve within our governments are REQUIRED to use for purposes also listed in writing. Why? Because the framers had written gun control into the US Constitution, and what it means is controlling the armed and trained people who can be ordered by those who serve within our government by requiring them to understand the US Constitution and their own state’s Constitution so that they do NOT “just follow orders” and “just do their job”. That is the PROTECTION written into the US Constitution that stops “martial law”, “emergency powers” (both not lawful here in the USA), stops democide – death by government. Yet still protects our nation by trained personnel – only they are Militia, trained as the military trains/ed. Still enforces law, but recognizes and disobeys “color of law”; basically gun control is controlling governmental power.

  4. I share the authors assessment of the left and what has been going on for decades, as well as the belief that this election was a big deal and exposed the left and the media in many respects. And it has put one huge break on the advancement of leftism/marxism on the federal level. It could be a turning point….could….be a turning point. I however think the battle is far from won. So far from won that that statement shouldn’t even be said as it implies that perhaps we are winning. I’m not sure we are. We won a monumental battle. A battle that could, could turn the tide. But the war? They still own ALL the levers of power in this country. That’s just a fact. And it’s not changing any time soon. Keep up the fight. Keep up the pressure. The battle will never, ever be over. The price of liberty is eternal vigilance.

  5. The american public have woken from their slumber and many now understand that an anti traditional subversion has been taking place. everyone must demand allegience to the constitution and term limits for public office. Foreign lobby groups must register as alien groups as well. They cause too much trouble and are behind the wars.

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