In case there was any doubt about what Times Columnist Michelle Goldberg is all about, the Bolshevik Bitch clears that up for us by paying tribute to the recently deceased Todd Gitlin — a leader of the Marxist SDS (Students for a Democratic Society) during the early 1960s. Goldberg, not born until 1975, was -12 when Gitlin became president of SDS in the relatively normal-seeming university days of 1963. As a “Masters of Science in Journalism” (rolling eyes) graduate from Commiefornia’s Bolshevik Berkeley, yenta Goldberg surely understands what the elder “intellectual” Gitlin (who taught at Berkeley for 16 years) and his ilk did to bring today’s “intellectuals” to this sorry state of affairs.
A quote from Gitlin:
“My generation of the New Left relinquished any title to patriotism without much sense of loss. All that was left to the Left was to unearth righteous traditions and cultivate them in universities. The much-mocked political correctness of the next academic generations was a consolation prize. We lost — we squandered the politics — but we won the textbooks.“
What Gitlin described was the success of the Left’s “Frankfurt School” strategy known as “the long march through the institutions.” Frankfurt “critical theorists” pursue gradual Marxist evolution when instant revolution is not possible. Gitlin was a God-hating, White-hating, America-hating scumbag, and so is his little groupie, Ms. Goldberg.
SDS launched in 1960, at a time when even radical male college students wore short hair, button down shirts and slacks — and the girls, dresses. Surely guided and aided by the Deep State / CIA, the SDS grew rapidly over the course of the turbulent decade which followed. By 1969, SDS had 300 campus chapters and 30,000 student members nationwide — not counting those who had previously graduated. Most of these young “intellectuals” had adopted the appearance of unwashed unkempt hippies by that time.
This organization eventually splintered due to rival factionalism — with one faction (The Weathermen) going full blown terrorist, and others becoming “long marchers.” One can only imagine how many of that Red Army of “intellectuals” — many from wealthy well-connected families and “elite” universities — went on to shed their slob image and quietly blend into key institutions, all the while maintaining their radical activism and seething hatred for all things normal, natural and beautiful. One can only imagine.
Just as the buttoned-up, normal-looking early SDS eventually spawned the outwardly radical drugged-up “hippies,” there was another earlier stage of the “long march” during the post-war years and the 1950s. You see, since the days of the French Revolution, the “students” have always been and will always be nothing more than stupid malleable clumps of raw material. Before the usual suspects could fry the minds and pollute the souls of their star-struck students, (((they))) had to capture the top spots at the “elite” universities. Once inside the ivy walls of the college towns, the NWO’s hand-picked presidents then lowered the drawbridge and allowed the Marxist professors (many of them Jew commies exiled from Europe) to invade. With these operatives placed in the key spots, the radicalization of the next generation of “leaders” could commence and, over the course of time, spread like a commie cancer both outwardly into society, and also downward into the high schools and elementary schools.
It is very interesting to note that during this era of conservative appearance, three men closely associated with the mass-murdering Globalist traitor Dwight D. Eisenhower served as university presidents. Under the reign of each of these “respectable” traitors, the important universities which they oversaw eagerly gobbled up UNESCO material and let radical professors in to establish, or enhance, the Bolshevik beachhead.
The three were, Dwight Eisenhower (“Ike”) himself (Columbia University), his brother Milton Eisenhower (Kansas State, Penn State & Johns Hopkins), and Ike’s speech writer, Malcolm Moos (University of Minnesota). Back then, very few people would have believed or could have foreseen that such “respectable” and patriotic-seeming individuals were, deliberately, laying the “long march” groundwork for the counter-cultural hippiedom of the 1960s and the “Critical Race Theory” of today. But that’s exactly what they, and many other “respectable” suit-wearing, conservative-appearing college presidents did. What a “march” it has been!