Cultural Cancer: Treating the Disease of Political Correctness
Publisher: Authors Republic
Date: June 2016
Duration: 1 hours 35 minutes
It’s a strange time to be an American citizen. Our politicians, popular culture and academic institutions all seem united by an inexplicable desire to see our cultural fabric pulled apart. The open expression of the values that once united, shaped and defined our national identity are suddenly regarded as “micro aggressions” and “hate speech.” What has happened to cause the greatest country the world has ever known to wake up one morning overwrought with self loathing and contempt?
The simple truth is that America (along with the rest of Western civilization) has been afflicted by a deadly disease known as political correctness. This book aims to find a cure for our illness by examining how political correctness was created, how it works and how it spreads. It also includes a practical guide for a unilateral resistance movement consisting of elected officials, media creators and private citizens.
The choice is simple: Adjust to life as second class citizens in our own countries or stand together and push back against the fifty year march of politically correct fascism.