Cultural Marxism

The term ‚Cultural Marxism‘ originates from the USA, where it was used in the 1990s as a right-wing battle cry against all those academics who wanted to educate citizens to become better people through language policy and bans on thought. It describes a social development that – with the propagation of diversity, mul- ticulturalism, consumer culture, globalism and sexual liberation – aims to undermine morality, family, church and nation. Conspiracy theorists see this development as the result of a secret conspiracy by left-wing intellectuals and artists. By subversively transforming Western culture, our society should be weakened to the point of no-resistance towards the establishment of the New World Order. However, it is implausible that such a comprehensive master plan for changing the society exists or could even be implemented.