Thursday, July 30, 2015

MTV Indoctrinates Youth on “White Privilege”

Alinksy tactics used to create white guilt and social tension

Kurt Nimmo
July 30, 2015

Saul Alinsky’s 13th rule of power tactics has reached MTV.

The MTV documentary featuring Jose Antonio Vargas is an attempt to mainstream the “white privilege” agenda, the idea that skin color determines societal privilege.

The “white privilege” movement takes its lead from critical race theory, which is a subset of Marxist critical theory, specifically the cultural Marxism of Frankfort School. Unlike traditional Marxism, which views inequality as economic, cultural Marxism holds that inequality is the result of culture.

Saul Alinksy wrote that activists must “rub raw the resentments of the people,” strive to “fan the latent hostilities of many of the people to the point of overt expression… stir up dissatisfaction and discontent” and “agitate to the point of conflict.”

“Pick the target, freeze it, personalize it, and polarize it,” his 13th rule for radicals states.

“White Privilege education and thinking is a part of Saul Alinksy community organizing, for the white race values must be destroyed in order to erase class lines with the ultimate goal of socialism and communism,” writes Georgiana Preskar (White Privilege and the Wheel of Oppression: The Hoax of the Century).

Jose Antonio Vargas’ documentary is an attempt to polarize race issues and promote the white privilege agenda and foist it on young people via Viacom Media Networks and its MTV.

MTV is an ideal platform for indoctrination — as of February 2015, approximately 93,240,000 American households (80.1% of households with television) received MTV, according to Robert Seldman and TV by the Numbers. The network was created largely for consumers between the ages of 12 and 34 (the median age of the MTV audience is 23), notes Ad Age.

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