The Womb Is Cultural Marxism’s Gas Chamber

This piece first appeared on XYZ.

Many on the left have only recently become exposed to the ‘alt’ ideas of the various components of the anti-establishment movement. It’s like they woke up one day during the presidential election and suddenly noticed the alt media, alt news, the alt right and its less race-focused cousin the alt light. Lazy neo-Marxist pseudo-intellectuals suddenly panicked at the philosophical challenges posed by movements such as cultural libertarianism, neoreaction, traditionalism, civilisationism and white identitarianism. The left have been put on notice that their victory lap around Western culture is done and the fight was not yet over. We got back up from the mat.

Before Trump, leftists had no idea so many of us have rejected their utopian agenda. They thought we were all just cuckservatives who would roll over before them. Now they see us, they are stunned by how much we hate their beliefs and how well we can articulate our critiques. They cannot understand why so many of us detest their cherished dogmas. They thought they had won history.

They think we’re nuts. They try to explain us away as just angry white males, or angry online trolls, or angry economic losers who can’t make it in their enlightened postmodern societies. They are performing increasingly sophisticated mental gymnastics to try and restore the pre-Trump confidence they had that they are on the right side of history. Their witch hunts and show trials are also becoming more feverish as they scramble to maintain their cultural dominance.

Let me give you one reason why I hate your belief system, leftists. You people celebrate the murder of babies as the liberation of women.

It’s a baby. 13 weeks old in utero.

Whenever a denomination of the Marxist religion takes hold of a culture, there is a holocaust. In Russia under the Marxism-Leninism cult, the gulag archipelago stretched across Siberia while secret police torture centres operated throughout the country. Tens of millions were tortured, worked and starved to death. In National Socialist Germany (also a left-wing, Marxist ideology), millions were liquidated and a continent brought to ruin within ten years. In China under Maoism, up to 70 million died. When agrarian socialism was brought to Cambodia by a Khmer Rouge leadership educated by Sartre, Foucault, Lacan and Derrida, the killing fields was the result. Those same dastardly French intellectuals are still taught to undergraduates in Western universities today.

The pattern has been the same in the West. The form Marxism took in our countries, what we might call Western Marxism, is the application of the Marxist dialectic to race, gender and culture rather than class. Rather than the destruction of a people economically and politically, it leads to the destruction of a people culturally and biologically. This, of course, is far more deadly. In many ways, this focus on racial and cultural identity is an inversion of the Nazi form of Marxism. Instead of death camps though, our holocaust occurs in abortion centres and hospitals.

The beginning of wisdom is calling things by their true names, and evil always thrives when we don’t. Let’s start calling abortion what it is – gestational infanticide. We can then more easily put it into historical perspective.

Around the world, there are approximately 45 million infanticides in utero each year. Since the Supreme Court’s 1973 Roe v. Wade decision, which ushered in the era of publicly-funded, state-sanctioned baby killing we live in today, there have been over 1.5 billion gestational murders around the world. Up to a third of all women will carry out an infanticide in their womb during their lifetime; the vast majority of these due to an inconvenient pregnancy. A fifth of all pregnancies will end in murder in utero. Were it not for the introduction of contraceptives in the 1960’s, the figure would be far higher.

The demographic consequences of this silent and ongoing holocaust have been disastrous for the advanced societies of the West and East Asia. We have not only robbed ourselves as individuals of the joys and fulfilment that children bring and the economic security family brings. We have ensured economic meltdown across the West in our lifetime as the debt-fuelled model of phony economic growth that underpins the welfare-warfare state implodes over the next few years. The Boomers and Gen X have aborted away any possibility of a socialism-funded free ride to the grave, and bringing in rich Chinese to plug the financial deficit will only further burden our education and healthcare systems beyond breaking point.

All those playground giggles and smelly nappies and bruised knees and sticky fingers that never happened will come back to haunt us. It may be the end of us as a people, as our globalist elites flood our countries with Third World migrants in a desperate attempt to stave off demographic decline and economic collapse.

Should we as a people develop the willpower to reproduce ourselves and ensure the continuity of our culture, it will involve a radical dismantling of the welfare state edifice voted into being over the past century. Income taxes must be abolished, to enable healthy couples to support children on the surplus of the husband’s wages. Governments will have to give up the cocaine of tax- and debt-fuelled economic totalitarianism.  All government benefits must be rescinded, and long-forgotten personal habits of reliance on family and building local community support networks must be rediscovered. Adoption must become far easier, away from the intrusive social engineers.

Although these changes would actually make women happier, they won’t happen. The social welfare state was brought into being once women got the vote, and has largely been created by female voters as a way of redistributing resources away from men toward women without the hassle of marriage and family commitment. As long as women can vote, the welfare-warfare state will remain; until, that is, the debt supernova implodes and Western civilisation faces an existential crisis. Every day that moment draws nearer.

One day people will look back on the Western Marxist era in the same way we do to Maoism and Stalinism and wonder how the hell could people have been caught up in such insanity. They will shake their heads at how Western societies could have been so mad. Unless they have completely renounced the victim mentality and sense of entitlement at the heart of Marxism though, they will keep making the same mistakes and witnessing the same horrors that we have seen over the last hundred years.

This pattern of Marxist massacres is too clear to be dismissed as a coincidence or explained away. We must face the reality, no matter how much it challenges our assumptions, that Marxism is an evil religion. Most religions throughout history have been evil by our Western standards. The Aztecs priests drenched themselves in blood to appease Tezcatlipoca, ancient Bronze Age and Celtic religions practiced child sacrifice and shamans today in the Third World still demand blood sacrifice for their gods. We have forgotten the brutality of historical religious practices in the post-Christian West.

I don’t hate the women and men who have murdered their babies, just as I wouldn’t hate a former Stasi officer who tortured Christians or a former Dachau guard who starved and incinerated Jews. Their burden is great, and I know it is not for me to judge anyone. I have my own sins. I would recommend to them faith in a God who loves them no matter what they have done and longs to wash them clean to show his goodness to all creation.

I do hate the belief systems, though, that lead to such monstrous evil in the hearts and minds of men. I hate the toxic cult of envy, resentment and death they joined that led them to such dark places, and I abhor the priestly class of intellectuals, academics and artists who spread it. The past century has been an unending litany of horrors in comparison to other historical eras. More than anything else, this has been due to the spread of Marxist beliefs; the same beliefs which are taught, day in day out, to our children. The ones who survived the holocaust.

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  • Karen Dwyer

    An excellent article, Moses A. For some reason (probably the ancient phone I use) it is easier to type Disqus comments on XYZ than on this blog. Which is also why I sometimes “stalk” your articles at Daily Caller.

    Anyway, glad to see you are still blogging. Hope you don’t actually go to Singapore – not just the humidity, but the drinking water is vile. Anyway, perhaps that was just the “moving house blues.”. I could try to look on the bright side of packing up regularly due to rental circumstances, but I’m not going to because it’s not fun at all. Very happy to no longer be in that situation, as even the best places are not the same as a permanent home.

    Oh darn, just thought of an allusion to “temporary” and “eternal” dwellings, but I’m not going to go into that, because it would be BEYOND annoying! 🙂