Propaganda booklets promoting fascist, Islamophobic and anti-Semitic ideas have been distributed at the Conservative Party Conference, according to a Vice report.
It comes after reports revealed the party’s failure to deal with Islamophobia in its ranks, and support for far-right organisations in Europe like Viktor Orban’s government in Hungary.
Now, it seems, Conservative MPs may be influenced by the fascist, racist philosophy promoted by this material.
Moralitis, A Cultural Virus, available at a meeting of the Thatcherite anti-EU think-tank the Bruges Group on Monday, stated: “The body politic has become infected. Like the growth of bacteria in a petri dish, the subversive tenets of cultural Marxism have spread as a pinking of the public discourse.”
You may be wondering where this “cultural Marxism” may be found in Neoliberal, free-market Britain. Apparently it refers to a far-right conspiracy theory with its origins in anti-Semitic beliefs that Jews – as a culture – want to undermine traditional Western values.
And we’ve all been told it’s the Labour Party that’s full of anti-Semites!
The booklet goes on to suggest this “cultural Marxism” is”an epidemic disease so powerful that it has a cytopathic effect on society, changing the cognition and behaviour of its hosts. While older people have developed resistance, younger people are more susceptible to the virus due to their lack of immunity. Their idealism arises from a lack of ‘real world’ experience.”
What a relief that there were hardly any young people at the Conservative Conference, then.
The Vice article states: “The booklet blames immigration for “relentless population growth” and suggests that the growth of Britain’s Muslim population was “a deliberate policy to replace one set of voters with another”. It also notes that it is absurd for progressives to favour immigration, “considering the very conservative cultures that they bring” – for instance, “the growth of fundamentalist Islam”.” It goes on to suggest that such “progressives” are like turkeys voting for Christmas.
This refers to a far-right conspiracy theory called “The Great Replacement”, that believes Western culture is being systematically “replaced” by the culture of immigrants from third-world continents who are allegedly “pawns for the revolutionary zeal of cultural Marxism”.
The meeting of the Bruges Group was said to be well attended this year, with a cabinet whip keeping watch over hard-Brexiteer MPs – that’s right, Conservative members of Parliament have been swallowing this tripe.
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