Wednesday 27 November 2013

Heroes of Anti-Racism: Derrida and Lyotard

What can we say of such great men?  They saw, as early as the 1970s, that Socialism and the tribe were enemies of each other.  It was their work, using the Post-Modern Revolution to tear down the ideological structures that support Nations, that opened the path to the present day.

These great philosophers changed Marxism from a jaded old argument about class to the Post-Marxist heart of the matter: race. Although the Post Modernists were not clear about race at first, it became obvious, especially in Britain, that the deconstruction of the nation has only one result: anti-racism. Race extends into the family so even the family can be removed with the cry of "racist!" to label its supporters.  Teachers and the media can take up this moral imperative to extinguish the last embers of reactionary thought.

Socialism is about workers in industrial armies toiling together for the State and People but Nations toil for individuals with their own fallacious religions and ideologies.  It is only by removing the racially defined Nations that Socialism can truly grow.

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