Gramsci’s long march through the institutions ends at the water’s edge
The naked truth: The conservative Swiss People's Party "has produced a provocative anti-immigration campaign in which a photograph of naked young models wading into Lake Zurich is contrasted with an image of headscarf-wearing Muslim women bathing in filthy water." Arresting imagery meant to warn what will happen to the country if immigration is left unchecked. In our view they could have skipped the secondary image of the covey of covered crones and let the lake-wading lovelies stand alone as an in-your-face message to those who would impose Sharia law on a free society.
By Sissy Willis of sisu
Oh, the irony. Antonio Gramsci turns out to have been right all along, but not in the way he envisioned. The slow statist creep of the Marxist philosopher's "long march through the institutions" that was to have empowered the great unwashed at the expense of the powers that be seemed to be going so well, as we wrote five years back in "The Tocquevillians strike back" …
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