Political correctness is language control.
And language control is thought control. Period. The rise of modern political correctness (PC) is a great example of the cunning way in which social engineers such as the New World Order manipulators operate. Political correctness is soft censorship. It is intolerance disguised as tolerance. As George Carlin said, it is fascism pretending to be manners. It is running amok not just in Universities but now almost everywhere in society. Just as Orwell laid out so precisely in 1984, political correctness is the Newspeakwhich is threatening to limit our ability to freely speak and think, by reducing the number of available words in our vocabulary.
Truth is stranger than fiction. When you look at the twisted contortions the PC crowd is insisting people go through to rid their language of anything “offensive”, it has entered the theater of the absurd.
Political correctness dictates what you can and can’t say, based on how “offensive” a word is. Right off the bat there are several problems with this.
Firstly, who are the commissars, officials or authorities who are granting themselves massive power by getting to decide what ranks as “offensive”?
Secondly, since when did “feeling offended” or “having your feelings hurt” become such an important issue that it legally justifies restricting everyone’s freedom? Last time I checked, freedom of speech was a genuine and legitimate human right (enshrined in the legal documents of many countries), whereas the “right to not feel offended” is imaginary and non-existent.
Thirdly – and most importantly – just as beauty is in the eye of the beholder, so too is “feeling offended” in the realm of the beholder. Words are words; each person is in charge of their own emotions; choose to ignore, respond or react to words how you want, but don’t blame someone else for your emotional state. You are in control of your own state of consciousness. To blame someone else because you feel angry, offended or upset shows an abandonment of responsibility and an utter lack of emotional and spiritual maturity. Since when did we humans become such crybabies that we couldn’t stand hearing or being called a word, a name, a label or a phrase? Grow up, please!
As always, there’s more to the story here. Political correctness has roots in marxism and communism. Wikipedia notes that “In the early-to-mid 20th century, the phrase ‘politically correct’ was associated with the dogmatic application of Stalinist doctrine, debated between Communist Party members and Socialists.”
However, it goes back further to the Frankfurt School (Institute for Social Research) in Germany, which was set up in 1923. The Frankfurt school was a think tank for social engineering, aiming to spread collectivism (or its offshoots of socialism, marxism and communism) around the world. As this article from the Schiller Institute states:
“The task of the Frankfurt School, then, was first, to undermine the Judeo-Christian legacy through an ‘abolition of culture’ (Aufhebung der Kultur in Lukacs’ German); and, second, to determine new cultural forms which would increase the alienation of the population, thus creating a ‘new barbarism’.”
“although the Institute for Social Research started with Comintern [Communism International] support, over the next three decades its sources of funds included various German and American universities, the Rockefeller Foundation, Columbia Broadcasting System, the American Jewish Committee, several American intelligence services, the Office of the U.S. High Commissioner for Germany, the International Labour Organization, and the Hacker Institute, a posh psychiatric clinic in Beverly Hills.”
So we have reference to the Rockefellers funding the Frankfurt School, and it is well known that the Rothschilds funded the rise of marxism:
Both of these key New World Order families are thus implicated in marxism, the Frankfurt School and political correctness. Interestingly, many researches have pointed out that political correctness is part of a broader movement of cultural marxism, which is the subversion of a country’s culture with collectivist ideology, as opposed to the more direct political version.
Yuri Bezmenov, a former Soviet KGB agent, said that “ideological subversion” would change the perception of reality of every American. He outlined how there was a slow brainwashing process taking place to change the individualistic culture of the West, consisting of: