The societal sickness traceable to the Frankfurt School

A recent post touched on the Frankfurt School’s sick agenda and this was commented on and added to here. The intellectual and moral bankruptcy of twisted Marxism is mindboggling – it is destructive, seductive [to an impressionable mind, e.g. a child’s], corrosive and is designed to disintegrate a society, i.e. reverse integration.

Why should we, at Orphans, care?  The answer is that here are the roots, in today’s society for the very loss of freedom we’re all banging on about.  Here is how it was achieved:


Some excerpts and then some comments:

It might need to be zoomed to be read:

Just as with modern virulent strains of viruses, this new brand of Marxism incorporated elements which dug into and decayed all aspects of society, not just economic circumstances:

Of course, they attempted to destructure the:

These are hard to read and need zooming:

And in this:

are the roots of the German Health Department paedophilia. From this post:

Call it just my suspicious nature but I recalled a pamphlet issued by the German Health Ministry in Cologne, recommending parents have sexual contact with their infant children to make them feel good.  This is so sickening to our minds but not, apparently, to state officials in Germany.  Prodicus first got onto it, the original is here, I posted on it and I’ve just gone back to it.

Now, I admit, what went through my suspicious mind was this sequence:  huge publishing house – interfering thinktank – health ministry/social services – Bertelsmann.  So I took the name and address of the people who had published the pamphlet:

and googled it.  Hey presto:

The influence of the Frankfurt School in lurid colour today.  And while we touch on education:

We’re talking here of very sick minds who present themselves as radical, progressive, enlightened and positive [positive discrimination?], whereas in reality, they’re very, very sad souls, bereft of humanity and ultimately joyless – which comes out in their trying to impose this mindset on the world. Adorno was a classic case of this:

The values of the Frankfurt School, the political agenda and the vehemence with which they suck in the poor left-liberal, a cultural naive, is reprehensible and needs to be opposed with the utmost vigour for their assault on what was a quite viable system of living, based on freedom and general tolerance.

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16 comments for “The societal sickness traceable to the Frankfurt School

  1. June 22, 2011 at 10:22 am

    Truly frightening stuff, and so accurately describes what we see around us.
    Interesting how Russell’s ‘black snow’ example of state propaganda and control has been solved. Deny the future existence of snow due to global warming.

  2. June 22, 2011 at 10:39 am

    Woodsy, this was a big area and I’ve just spent two hours and have hardly scratched the surface. I’m up to popular music and about to go to medicine and the law. I always half-knew it was bad but never realized in which ways it’s infiltrated itself in, so that things even I take for granted can be traced.

    The danger is to ascribe all to the Frankfurt School which is, of course, a misreading. As one critic of this stance on the FS said – it was from way before 1928. well yes, it was. What the FS did was to gather these threads and via a thinktank, develop a revised version of cultural Marxism.

    From the outset, even though the FS was a disparate group of intellectuals, all with their own take, still they backed the pushing of this new-think through all organs of the society and they did it [as can be seen in Russell’s quote] knowingly and with malice aforethought.

    If you believe in a hell – then that’s where they will surely rot.

    • June 23, 2011 at 5:25 am

      “If you believe in a hell – then that’s where they will surely rot.”

      Not before taking us there, unfortunately….

      • Lord T
        June 23, 2011 at 12:17 pm

        Well they are not taking us there. More bringing it here.

        Hell on Earth. A socialist paradise.

  3. June 22, 2011 at 2:24 pm

    Fascinating stuff! Look out for possible links to Ralph (Adolphe) Milliband and the LSE perhaps. Acorns never fall far from the oak tree!

  4. June 22, 2011 at 3:36 pm

    Absolute bastards!

  5. Jeremy Poynton
    June 22, 2011 at 5:19 pm

    Nastiness and arrogance beyond arrogance, bound together. Very dangerous. I was sickened when I stumbled across them a while back. Of course, the bizarre fag ends of the Left that became the likes of Living Marxism – now Spiked Online – carried all that with them willingly. Julia Middleton, Common Purpose Supremo was part of the Living Marxism bunch.

    All such ideologies set the proponents up to be better than us. We all know where that leads.

  6. June 22, 2011 at 7:58 pm

    So I guess the reptile lesbian cunnilingus joke on a prime time showcase children’s television programme a couple of Saturdays ago helps teh erosion of the family along just a little bit more – even if the kiddies were hidden behind the sofa and missed it.
    And does anyone remember the exciting revelation that the Christopher Eccleston (I think) Doctor Who finances his expenses by stealing from ATMs?
    Property’s always theft in the Frankfurt School universe.

  7. June 22, 2011 at 11:13 pm

    They are dangerous because they’re insidious and truly believe we must suffer for their ideological nirvana to come to pass. As for the ones who are well aware it never will …

  8. June 23, 2011 at 9:17 am

    They were an insidious group whose actions went well beyond academia in terms of the effect they have. I ran a quick post on this group some days ago and I think their work and impact is worth growing awareness of. Once you know their work so much of today’s society that once made no sense, suddenly becomes crystal clear.:

    There are some more resources on this group and on a principle which appears to grow out of their work used by the KGB called demoralisation. There is also a link a to very good (but oldish) documentary on the Frankfurt school including academic observations of a keen student of their work.

    The good news is people are waking up to this group. I’ve seen more on this group in the last which is good. Even the Americans are discussing them even more. It is a shame the documentary below is not available on line because the six minute trailer on the site is very powerful:

  9. July 27, 2011 at 11:59 pm

    Thank you, James, for an excellent post. On paedophilia in Germany, I featured a post on French socialists, among them the Franco-German Europe-Ecologie MEP Daniel Cohn-Bendit, who worked for a time as a teacher’s aide in a creche in Frankfurt (after having been deported from France after the May ’68 student riots which he helped organise):

    ‘In 1975, so still living in Germany, Dany wrote a book called Le Grand Bazar, in which he described his teacher’s aide experiences at the crèche. This is a quote from the book, wherein he describes his sexualisation of his young charges, who ranged from the ages of 1 to 6:

    ‘”It happened on several occasions that certain kids opened my fly and started to tickle me. I reacted in a certain manner, depending on the circumstances. I would ask them, ‘Why don’t you play together? Why did you choose me — me — instead of the other kids?’ But they would insist, and I would caress them all the same.”

    ‘In 1982, Dany appeared on the much-watched (and much-missed) highbrow television show, Apostrophes, which discussed the latest books. He said:

    ‘”You know, a kid’s sexuality, it’s absolutely fantastic … When a little girl, five years old, starts to undress you, it’s fantastic!”‘

    Revolting, but very much in line with what you have written about the subversion of our society and German ‘expert’ thinking with regard to children. 😯

    Interestingly, he does not believe in the opinions of the general populace and said that we have to stop thinking that the majority of voters or people in general are correct. So, that tells us more about the Greens — they are but watermelons (green on the outside, red on the inside).

    • July 28, 2011 at 4:04 am

      In a moral vacuum, a sense of entitlement and victimhood are never far from the surface and it’s the next step to go the way of this man – with a penchant that now knows no disdain in such communities and so the worst excesses take place. DSK is a perfect example, even if he is innocent of this particular rap.

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