Summary of Critique and the Linguistic Transformation of Society

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The video discusses the concept of "critique" and how it is used by the dialectical left to achieve their goals. The main idea is that critique is a way of interrogating power dynamics and power structures in order to create a more inclusive society. The video also discusses the history of dialectical leftism and the various concepts that are used by the left to achieve their goals.

  • 00:00:00 This 1-paragraph summary of the video discusses the concept of "critique" and its various meanings. The main idea is that critique is a specific meaning of the word that is used in Marxist theory and culture. It is based off of the critique of religion and it is a way of interrogating power dynamics and power structures. The video also discusses the concept of the "dialectical left," which is a term used to describe left-wing ideologies that are based off of the dialectical theory of Hegel.
  • 00:05:00 The video discusses the concept of dialectical leftism, which refers to the leftist movement that seeks to achieve its goals through the use of criticism. The main theory of dialectical leftism is criticism or critical theory, which is a form of social alchemy. The video also discusses the history of dialectical leftism, which goes back at least 250 years.
  • 00:10:00 Critique is a method used to redefine terms in order to expose the power dynamics that determine reality. The goal of critique is to change society so that it is more in line with the ideal nature of man.
  • 00:15:00 The dialectical leftist framing is that the power dynamics actually structure reality in a particular way, and as such, concepts have to be redefined in order to be understood in terms of how reality is actually structurally understood. For example, the concept of "justice" is not impartial and cannot be impartial, as the law is structured by the working of society to benefit certain groups over others. This new perspective of fairness requires that certain groups be favored over others in order to account for the structuring of the law.
  • 00:20:00 In the video, a critic of the concept of justice argues that it is impossible to achieve justice without taking into account power dynamics. For example, if we want to address issues of racism, we must understand the power dynamics of racism and tilt the playing field in favor of those who are disadvantaged by the system. This requires reversing the current system, which is hindered by historical marginalization. In the context of social justice, this means identifying and empowering groups that are disadvantaged by the current system.
  • 00:25:00 The video discusses the idea that education should be flipped upside down in order to be political. It critiques the concept of education until justice is redefined as power dynamics. It also critiques education for being a tool to groom people into the existing society.
  • 00:30:00 The video discusses the concept of "critique," which is the process of taking a concept and redefining it in terms of the power dynamics based on an understanding of how theory needs to misunderstand it in order to give the left the advantage in political debates. The three key terms used by the dialectical left to achieve this are "inclusion," "democracy," and "citizen." Inclusion is the easiest concept to understand, and it is the foundation of words like "identity Marxism" and "woken Marxism." These terms are used by the left to create a sense of belonging and inclusion for their operatives, while excluding everyone else. The left justifies censorship and other forms of control by using the concept of inclusion.
  • 00:35:00 The speaker points out that Marxist theory recognizes the existence of power dynamics that can exclude people. The speaker argues that these power dynamics need to be addressed in order to create an inclusive society. The speaker also points out that the default assumption in many positions of power is that there will be straight white men, which can exclude other groups. The speaker gives the example of a corporate board that is required to have racial and sexual minorities in order to have an "effective" ESG score.
  • 00:40:00 The video discusses how, in order to critique and transform society in a way that benefits women, it is necessary to first understand the concept of inclusion, which is often subverted by those who believe they are being excluded due to the power dynamics that they believe structure Society. The video points out that, in America, the Founding Fathers specifically designed the Constitution to be a republic, in which the people elect representatives who then vote on laws. This type of democracy, according to the video, horrified and terrified the American Founders at the crucial moment, and so they created a system of government where there are no real political parties. However, over time, Marxists have used the concept of democracy to stoke resentment about the supposed structural disenfranchisement of women in society. They do this by redefining the word "democracy" in terms of inclusion, which allows them to claim that America is a democracy, even though it is no longer one. The video ends with a discussion of the critiques of democracy, which help to make people believe that they live in a democracy, when in reality they live in a republic.
  • 00:45:00 In this video, Vladimir Lenin critiques democracy in capitalist societies, describing them as being "wretched false" and "only for the rich." He argues that, under communism, true democracy will be available to the majority of the people.
  • 00:50:00 The video discusses the need for a more inclusive democracy, which is threatened by open discussion. The theory behind this is that those who are excluded are not equal participants in the Democratic process. This is done by intentionally using the concept of critiqued inclusion to tilt the playing field in their favor. This is similar to the idea of repressive tolerance, which was described by Herbert Marcus in the 1930s.
  • 00:55:00 The video discusses the ways that Marxist theorists have critiqued citizenship in order to argue that it should be re-defined in order to be more inclusive. They argue that citizenship is limited to those who are "full citizens," which is defined in terms of having access to the privileges and benefits of society. They also argue that an impartial state is impossible and that the people who are in power are morally positioned to resist those who would try to take away their power.

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The speaker in the video discusses how leftist activists have subverted society by redefining key terms such as "inclusion," "democracy," and "citizenry." He argues that this has led to a transformation of society which has enabled leftists to gain power. He suggests that the only way to stop this transformation is for people to become more impartial and embrace a critique-based, inclusive definition of citizenship.

  • 01:00:00 The author describes how motherhood or the potential of motherhood limits a woman's ability to fully participate in society as a full citizen. This is a unique imposition by Nature, and opens up women to various forms of oppression. To correct this, society must prioritize women and grant them special rights and privileges. In order to do this, leftist activists must redefine citizenship and motherhood in order to gain power.
  • 01:05:00 The speaker critiques the linguistic transformation of society, which implicitly advantages leftists. He argues that this transformation has enabled leftists to redefine the meaning of citizenship, which has led to a transformation of society. He suggests that this transformation will continue until leftists are stopped.
  • 01:10:00 The video discusses the idea that leftist social democracy is inherently partial, as it advantages certain groups over others. The main solution to this problem is for people to become more impartial, through embracing a critique-based, inclusive definition of citizenship. This would eventually lead to true inclusion, socialism, and communism.
  • 01:15:00 The speaker discusses how terms such as "inclusion," "democracy," and "citizenry" have been redefined through critique in order to subvert society. He suggests that the three most important terms to pay attention to are "inclusion," "democracy," and "citizenry."

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