Yes, that dying guy in the middle is one of at least four actors who portrayed the Marlboro Man to die of smoking related diseases. The screen shot is from the cigarette industry executives testifying that nicotine was not addictive and denying their product was unhealthy in 1994.
I’ve used the term Cultural Marxism quite a bit but I’ll freely admit, I haven’t done the in depth study of the last 150 years of philosophy that one truly needs to understand it. Neither has Sargon of Akkad (though he’s studied more than I have) but he properly discusses the limits of his own knowledge here in a very interesting discussion.
As a commenter on the video writes, “Funny isn’t it, how cultural Marxists don’t want people to know about cultural Marxism?” – This reminds me of Islam and dhimmitude. One of the rules of dhimmitude is that the kuffar, the conquered dhimmis, shouldn’t be allowed to study Islam.
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