Agenda: Grinding America Down

Let’s start with an excellent post from the Captain.  Anti-feminism is not about hating women; none of these controversial ideas we discuss in the alt-right are about hating anyone; it’s about saving our bloody civilization.  And let’s get one thing absolutely clear: these aren’t the accidental side-effects of “good hearted, but misguided” policies.  These are deliberate attacks by a small group of intellectuals who want to bring down the West.  These people have names; they’ve been perfectly explicit in their goals; they know what they’re doing, and they’ve written down both How and Why they’re doing it.  This isn’t a tinfoil-hat conspiracy – they’re perfectly out in the open about it!

These people revel in how morally degenerate we have become.

The following video – while a bit heavy with the namby-pamby side of Christianity – perfectly sums it up, naming names and quoting books.  If you have any doubt about what the Captain is saying, this movie will confirm everything he’s said.  This is an open conspiracy, and it’s infiltrated every major organization of the American government.

They never thought we’d have the Internet…

Agenda: Grinding America Down

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Davis M.J. Aurini

Trained as a Historian at McMaster University, and as an Infantry soldier in the Canadian Forces, I'm a Scholar, Author, Film Maker, and a God fearing Catholic, who loves women for their illogical nature.

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9 Responses

  1. I have a hard time taking a docudrama like that seriously… but then again I despise most all documentaries. If you want to expose cultural Marxism you need to do it in a calm, scholar,y and matter-of-factly way.

  2. Relkin says:

    Eh…if you ignore the overt Christian stuff they make some good points. Otherwise they sort of sound like generic FOX News commentators.


    Is that so?

  3. As the other two commenters have pointed out, the manner in which the content is presented is somewhat shallow (silly American mainstream-rightist jingoistic statements about “the greatest country ever”, etc.). This is not to disregard the numerous valid points in it about Frankfurtian Cultural Marxism and the Left in general in the documentary, but the presentation could be more intelligent.

  4. Eric says:

    That was the most brain dead piece of video drivel I’ve watched since the last time I stumbled across Glenn Beck.
    I got a few minutes past the director’s initial claims that he “infiltrated” a meeting in Berkeley that aids out the plans for cultural marxism in 1992. Anyone thinking of taking this shit seriously should first google “Frankfurt school” and then watch the beginning of the film one more time.

  5. Anon says:

    I have to say, I honestly don’t understand some of the criticisms of this film. Maybe I buy into the thought process all-too-willingly but, besides the handful of blatant endorsements of Christianity, I don’t see what is so intellectually offensive.

    It is my understanding that many of the “founding fathers” were not Christians at all but, deists. But, if you look at religious inclinations for their more abstract concepts, what is so horrible and oppressive about morality, being accountable to the idea of right and wrong, or serving something greater than yourself? People who are supposed “Satanists” don’t worship some ethereal king of evil, they worship themselves. The exalt themselves and their impulses and denounce acting in any other way. They denounce the idea of something greater than the almighty individual. It’s a very prevalent attitude but, if we adhere to that way of thinking, do we make the most of our potential?

    This film was not objective, nor was it intended to be. It made an argument for a way of thinking, which, is obviously not the only way of thinking. But, it wasn’t until 30 minutes into the film that the first mention of religion was made, that I noticed. Towards the middle of the film and towards the end there were endorsements of Christianity. I don’t believe that Christianity is the only religion of merit but, I don’t understand the recoil from the idea of a god, which is a prominent trait of those views which oppose the views presented in this film.

    However, the thing by which I am more baffled, is how even those who oppose large government have choked down the notion of political correctness.

    Regardless, I think this film makes, primarily, one point, and I think it is an excellent point: people need to find the fire within themselves to be individuals and, there is an attitude in society that is growing and it is very anti-individualistic.

  6. Anon says:

    And, I apologize for the obvious contradiction in my above comment but, I tried to avoid detouring on to the subject of human animalism versus human intellect. I think it is important to think for yourself. And, I think that thinking for yourself results in a different sort of self-conduct than just acting on behalf of your own impulses, without thought.

    Anyway, maybe I fail to see the points of the previous readers, but, I genuinely don’t understand why someone would think the film was such a joke. Is it because it was not strictly academic in a presentation of documents and dates?

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