The Critical Race Theory War
These days you’ll often hear people speak not of psych war, but of “identity politics.” Not of subversion, but of “critical race theory.” Not of psychological operations, but of “political correctness.”
It’s probably important to understand that this unnecessary intellectualisation of what is really just textbook subversion just serves to obfuscate it; it’s more difficult to recognise psychological warfare when you’re slapping ideological labels on it and treating it as some sort of political opinion.
It’s like: “Hey, I want to turn your sons into transsexuals and your daughters into sterile corporate careerists, but that’s just my political opinion.”
No, that’s not a political opinion and it’s not “identity politics”. It’s subversion and anyone who actually thinks this way is a subversive who hates you and wants to harm you & your family.
It’s almost amusing that the severity of the subversion has reached such ridiculous levels that regular people now notice it everywhere and develop terms and phrases to try to understand what it is.
But for some reason, the possibility of this “critical race theory” as they like to call it actually being part of a very deliberate and hostile psychological operation is unfathomable to most people, who prefer to think of subversion as some philosophical mistake or a rogue ideology rather than a deliberate and constant attack on their ethnic existence.
Subversion is not a “theory” or a legitimate opinion of some kind, much as many people would like to make it appear that way.
It’s just psychological warfare, pushed and sponsored by hostile special interest groups to divide, demoralise and debilitate a targeted nation, for the purposes of taking control of it and/or killing it off. It’s really that simple, there’s nothing else to know about it.
Subversion is not an ideology of some kind and anybody who tries to present it that way is either a fool or complicit in its processes.
You can talk all day about “critical race theory” and “identity politics”, it won’t change the fact that in affect the series of activities represented by these phrases are doing nothing but dividing, demoralising and debilitating you and the people of your country, and that’s the point of subversion. It’s not some ideological worldview to be understood, it just wants to weaken you and hurt you, gradually, severely and in any way it can.
People really ought to learn to stop thinking of war as being exclusively violent activities.