Justice Ginsburg was recently speaking at an official conference and gave this radical endorsement of affirmative action:
"Now the perception is, yes, women are here to stay," Ginsburg told the conference. "And when I'm sometimes asked when will there be enough and I say when there are nine, people are shocked."
Got that? Affirmative action will never end until there are no men on the Supreme Court. It will never end until there are no white men in power. What could be more fundamentally antagonistic to the precept of equality before the law and the very essence of justice and our legal system than affirmative action? But affirmative action is only the vehicle through which this maximalist agenda is furthered.
Western Marxism has its roots in Engels' treatise The Origins of the Family, Private Property and the State; themes from which were taken up by Antonio Gramsci and weaponised by the KGB who devoted most their resources in this one strategy. Such was its success it is now threatening Russia herself. Just as Ludendorff's planting of Lenin in Russia reverberated back to Germany and from thence to the universities and government agencies of the West.
What Jacobinism or Marxism is really about is annihilating the current social and economic structure. It's a formula for anarchy, where the lower elements of society overthrow the current order, engage in bloodletting and very soon settle into a new social structure; a revolution. The Marxists turned revolution into a science and developed diabolical ways of inciting conflict of all kinds. Through these means they took over half the planet; actually more.
Initially focused on economic class warfare, the Bolsheviks then turned to Antonio Gramsci's strategy of cultural conflict. Gramsci had extrapolated upon Engels' vision of destroying the family unit and creating "matrilineal clans" - a concept taken up by second wave feminists in the sixties and now the key platform of the "LGBT" / feminist block. They have cut out their own turf in academia in the "Women and Gender Studies" Departments; their radical ideology spills over into almost every other discipline. Ruth Bader Ginsburg is just a common, garden variety Marxist; they're an everyday phenomena.
Barry Goldwater said that we should study the tactics of our enemies and use them against them. Of course this is paraphrasing Sun Tzu. Isn't it about time the right got "radical?" Goldwater was considered a "radical" in his time. And while I disagree with a lot of what he believed in, I think he recognised many of the problems we are facing. Problems that have only been exacerbated since then. The left lies and cheats and uses all kinds of underhanded tactics and frontgroups; that's why we're so overwhelmed by it. It's Goebbels, Goebbels, Goebbels every time you look at the media. And look at the precarious state of the world. I mean, things looked rosey in 1939 by comparison to today. There wasn't nuclear annihilation hanging over everyone like the Sword of Damocles; barbarians at the gates and in the cities; spilling out of the Trojan horses; cutting people's heads off. Failed states teetering on the abyss; crazy, apocalyptic nihilists blowing everyone up. Something's gotta give. [/rant]