...THIS IS THE NONSENSE, AND INDOCTRINATION INTO CULTURAL MARXISM THAT IS BEING PARADED AROUND THIS FOUNDATION FUNDED UNIVERSITY MASQUERADING AS HIGHER LEARNING.
Article By Andrea Tweedie and Richard Heathen
THE MOODY FOUNDATIONS ROLE IN CULTURAL MARXIST SUBVERSION
PUBLISHED: 12th December, 2014 | By Andrea Tweedie and Richard Heathen
Both political and ideological agendas are promoted by tax exempt foundations that possess hundreds of millions of dollars. These seemingly benevolent foundations work through universities under the guise of supporting education and push cultural Marxism. Foundations like Rockefeller, Carnegie and Ford have an established history of promoting collectivist and internationalist ideologies, but they are not alone. The Moody Foundation in Texas has given a 50 million dollar grant to the University of Texas in Austin, to create the Moody College of Communication, (MCC) from the universities existing College of Communication.
The Moody Foundation, whose mission statement declares; “to benefit in perpetuity present and future generations of Texans.” reported assets worth $1.197 billion in fiscal year 2006. Yet it appears to do much more than simply uplifting and working for the people of Texas.
The University's graduates include people in prestigious places in media, large multinational corporations and government, including the executive producer of ABC networks' "The View", positions with The Department of Homeland Security, as well as the executive Vice President of Xbox Entertainment Studios. Many of the graduates of the University's Moody College of Communication move on to prestigious careers in all forms of media and careers working within the State. This means that members of the Faculty of the Moody College of Communication have an extremely powerful role in shaping the media as they help mould the minds of men and women who end up in powerful position with media production. It's almost cliché' to hear young students talk about their professors influence on them, so it's worth looking at the positions of those moulding the minds of those that go on to mould the minds of millions through messaging in media.
Some of the “Outstanding Alumni” are members of the Friar Society, a secret society described thusly on their own webpage:
Since these humble beginnings in the spring of 1911, the Friar Society of the University of Texas at Austin has grown into one of the finest “forces for good” in the University and in the state of Texas. The organization and its members have served their university, state, and nation well over the last 90 years as governors, ambassadors, university chancellors, faculty members and presidents, regents, congressmen and -women, judges, and state legislators. Members of the Society have built the University and Texas through well-placed political and societal influence, and through hard work outside their professional fields.
Beyond media, MCC appears to crank out many graduates who end up in places of power within the state both in the United States and internationally. One has to wonder what exactly “well-placed political and societal influence” entails. Their goals seem rather vague when one browses their website, although that doesn't mean that some eyebrow raising information isn't included, such as; Wherever a Friar goes, he or she pays heed to the words of the order’s sacred admonition to:
“Be ever studious of conditions, needs, and the trend of the times, and be ever anxious to lend a hand in the social, moral, and intellectual uplift of that society wherein it may be [their] lot to dwell.”
The assistant professor of Journalism for MCC Mary Bock is also a member of the University’s Center for Gender Studies, which includes various social justice warriors (SJW) and Cultural Marxists. The Gender Studies department has awards like The Lora Romero Memorial Award for Interdisciplinary Research in Race, Ethnicity and Gender and gives awards for such nonsense as Imagined lives in diaspora: Gender, race, and sexuality in the lives of black African women immigrants to the United States.
Under the Senior Fellows Program MCC also hosts talks by outspoken feminist bloggers like Roxanne Gay who has a penchant for using ridiculous phrases such as "the flagrancy of such unchecked capitalism" to showcase her economic ignorance and light a fire under the ass of her audience who is equally as economically ignorant. Gay also likes to bleat on about how it's "victim blaming" to suggest women take precautions against getting raped. Saying such things constitute a "rape culture". This is the nonsense, and indoctrination into Cultural Marxism that is being paraded around this foundation funded university masquerading as higher learning. In one of her pieces she contemplates her opinions of white males, those bastions of privilege and evil. In her piece show states:
"It would have been easy, I suppose, to imagine that all white men were like that: brute, taking what they wanted as if it were owed to them. Perhaps I do think that of white men. Some days, I cannot be sure."
Imagine a white male saying something comparable about a black man or debating whether all black women were parasites on the welfare system, it would be met with outrage and condemnation, but because it comes out of the mouth of pathetically whiny SJW and that it's about white men, it doesn't even constitute a byline.
This is a woman who is so agenda driven that she spent days Tweeting nonsense about the word “feminist” being included in Time Magazine's yearly banned word poll. It mattered not to Ms. Gay that “feminist” was winning in the poll, racking up an amazing 51% of the votes. This should have made it obvious that many people are at least slightly fed up with third wave feminism, but that didn't matter; discourse had to be shut down. Perhaps that is exactly she campaigned to have the poll shut down, silencing decent is always the tactic of control freaks. After first Tweeting her disapproval several other feminists came out of the Twitter woodwork to show their support until Time finally folded and removed “feminist” from the poll. This is a prime example of the authoritarian mindset of these people; dissent will not be tolerated, and that's fine with a leftist publication such as Time. Never mind the fact that the poll was written by a woman.
A person who is blatantly racist and sexist towards white males, and likely males in general is leading talks with those who will hold great positions of power. This is how these foundations fund and push cultural Marxism and the social justice agenda, by funding Culturally Marxist ideologues to indoctrinate college and university students and then placing them at top levels within the media. This isn't a conspiracy theory, but an ideological coalition leading an initiative to promote their view within society, and it
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