Applied Cultural Marxism: Columbia University’s Students of Color Leadership Retreat

Applied Cultural Marxism: Columbia University’s Students of Color Leadership Retreat

After the Frankfurt School escaped Nazi Germany, it settled at Columbia University. There it developed cultural Marxism, a strategy explicitly intended to destroy Western Civilization so that it might be replaced by a leftist utopia designed by masterminds. The strategy entails stoking the grievances of alienated minority groups and playing them off against the core population. Columbia is still at it:

Students of color at Columbia University can apply to attend an upcoming racially segregated retreat hosted by the school that promises to embolden and empower participants, according to organizers.

The “Students of Color Leadership Retreat 2016” is open to students within the Columbia University undergraduate community, including its all-women’s Barnard College.

Slated for the weekend of Nov. 12 at Greenkill Retreat Center at the New York YMCA Camp, the event is billed as “an intensive weekend of personal development, empowerment and community building for student leaders at Barnard and Columbia who identify as African/African-American/Black, Latino/Hispanic, Asian/Asian-American, Pacific Islander, Arab and Middle-Eastern, Native & Indigenous, and Multiethnic/Multiracial,” according to the university’s website as well as the retreat’s online application form.

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Students who identify as regular Americans are decidedly not welcome.

“SOCLR is designed for students who identify themselves as a person of color as a primary identity,” Columbia’s website adds.

It goes without saying that programs allowing only whites would never be permitted. Yet we are told we must believe that modern society is racist in favor of whites, rather than against them. Holding this belief — or pretending to hold it even if you know better — is a central tenet of cultural Marxism.

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The mission continues at Columbia University.

On a tip from Bodhisattva. Cross-posted at Moonbattery.

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