Thursday, October 20, 2016

Language barriers were not overcome in the debate last night


Antonio Gramsci's long march through the institutions in America established the new language of cultural Marxism (political correctness) in our colleges and universities, and Hillary became fluid in this language, along with her followers. Donald and his followers are not fluid in this language. Trump speaks more the language of business, Hillary does not. Trump has been learning the language of paleoconservatism but he is not yet as fluent in this language as Pat Buchanan---although Donald seems to be a quick learner. Hillary has no understanding at all of the language of paleoconservatism, although she can speak neoconservatism quite well. And these language barriers were not overcome in the debate last night.

How can we have a useful debate between candidates who speak two different languages? Maybe there should have been an interpreter at the debate who understands both languages? But that is easier said than done because we have mostly biased interpreters of these languages. There is a deep cultural divide between these candidates, their followers, and the language they speak, which will not improve, whoever wins. The Big Media speaks the language of political correctness and supports Hillary, the Little Media is not fluid in that language and supports Trump. Donald may pause the decline of America a bit so that other real solutions can rise (see the ethnopluralism hypothesis). Hillary will speed up the decline...These are the choices we have.

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