A brief history of social justice warriors.
Read anything on the web and sooner or later it will mention the acronym SJW. This stands for Social Justice Warrior. It is misunderstood by far too many people. We need to cover a little leftist history to put this phrase into perspective.
In 1923 Marxists started The Frankfurt School at the University of Frankfurt. Their philosophy incubated, rooted, and spread from this effort. While the west was fighting the cold war in the 1940’s, 1950’s and 1960’s, the ideology was being widely disbursed and adopted by professors and students at universities throughout Europe and North America. Most Authoritarian ideology has its roots in the writings and ideas of The Frankfurt School.
In 1968 a student activist named Rudi Dutschke coined the phrase “the long march through the institutions.” This became a prevailing doctrine in the early 1970s. It was a reference to Mao’s “Long March”…
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