Child Grooming Ploy Reportedly Links To Marxist Plot For America

( Author James Lindsay claims that young people in the United States are being sexualized in a Soviet style, which he describes as “communist in nature.”
The purpose is to disrupt society to make it more conducive to communists gaining control. Lindsay, author of “Race Marxism” and “Cynical Theories: How Activist Scholarship Made Everything about Race, Gender, and Identity and Why This Harms Everyone,” recently appeared on EpochTV’s “China Insider” show to discuss his work and his views on race and identity.
They’ve been working on this strategy for more than a century.
According to the author, the program, which has been in place since at least the 1910s and began in Hungary, aims to sexualize youngsters to generate sexual and gender confusion in them, causing them to become political activists on behalf of another agenda.
A devoted Hungarian Marxist named Georg Lukacs, who served as deputy commissar of education during the short-lived Hungarian Soviet Republic in 1919, was cited by Lindsay as an example of this. According to him, he began introducing sex education to youngsters at the elementary school level.
Lindsay stated that Lukacs sexualized the children of Hungary to remove them from their families, separate them from their religion, separate them from their homeland, and separate them from their culture.
When it comes down to it, it’s about brainwashing youngsters into these views so that when they return home, they can tell their parents, “you know, things have changed, or the Bible is incorrect, or whatever our religion is incorrect, or our customs are incorrect.”

Next was Herbert Marcuse, a significant member of the Frankfurt School who, according to Lindsay, concentrated his energies on “attempting to liberate sexual energy.” Marcuse’s 1965 book “Eros and Civilization” brought Marxist philosophy to these issues, and as a result, it became the conceptual foundation for the sexual revolution that occurred in the 1960s. Lindsay pointed out that this resulted in the widespread implementation of comprehensive sexual education programs in American schools today.
Post-structural feminism was born in the 1980s and 1990s, and it was a major force in the feminist movement, according to the expert, these feminist activists employed postmodern theory to push for the view that gender is socially created and that traditional sex roles are a form of oppression against women.
The author explained that they utilized postmodern theory to tear down any barriers whatsoever — not just the concept that gender is a social construct, but also the idea that sex and sexuality and everything else is a social construct. And those individuals have taken control.
In contrast to younger school Marxists, older school Marxists place greater emphasis on gender and the social flexibility of these ideas than they would have done 100 years ago. However, the overall concept remains the same.
Meanwhile, when targeting young people, Marxists come across a population that is highly vulnerable and impressionable, according to Lindsay, because they are at a stage of their lives when they’re trying to find their identity, they’re trying to go grow up, they’re trying to go through puberty, and they’re trying to discover what it means to be themselves.
That is why young individuals are being targeted for exploitation.
Lindsay explained that every one of these concepts, such as the fluidity of their gender, their sex, and the socially constructed aspect of sexuality, is being poured into them at high speed. And it is specifically targeting those individuals who are already vulnerable.

The activists, on the other hand, “hide behind the claim that this is genuinely about safeguarding LGBT people, who are also being attacked.
According to Lindsay, the Marxist movements of the past and present share the same goal- to soften youngsters up to encourage them to be more tolerant of the gender and sexual training that is taking place in their classrooms.
The goal is to weaken and destabilize in the near term to gain control. After that, it will be up to others to decide what they believe is appropriate and what they believe is not acceptable.
Lindsay emphasized that because children are being saturated with Marxist notions from all sides, greater responsibility falls on parents’ shoulders.
Lindsay believes that parents are being forced to have conversations about sex and sexuality with their children at much younger ages than they think is appropriate because schools and the media are dragging them into having these conversations with their children.
Parents’ task today is immensely more complicated than it was 10 or 15 years ago.