Tag Archives: Illiberal Left

Herbert Marcuse and the New Left’ strategy to silence the Majority – WND

Herbert Marcuse and the New Left' strategy to silence the Majority: Hanne Herland

  Herland Report: Herbert Marcuse: Repression of free speech, tolerance and respect for plurality has become the trademark of the New Left’ desire to silence the Majority. Thinkers like Herbert Marcuse, the father of the student revolution in the 1960’s, speaks openly in A critique of pure tolerance about the need to oppress the views of the majority population in order to …

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Nasdaq: The Displacement of the Straight White Male

Nasdaq: The Displacement of the Straight White Male:blogspot

  Herland Report: The Nasdaq stock exchange has told its listed companies that they must appoint to their boards a “self-identified” female and a lesbian or transgender or some other sexual deviant or be delisted from the stock exchange. Think about this.  A stock exchange has no right to structure the corporate boards of the companies listed on the exchange, writes …

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Markus Andersson: Character assassination in Sweden – Cave of Apelles, Nerdrum School

Markus Andersson character assassination in Sweden - Cave of Apelles, Nerdrum School, Herland Report

  The Herland Report features painter Marcus Andersson in the monthly TV programs from the Cave of Apelles, produced by Bork Spildo. We examine the current situation for figurative painting and Kitsch with a comprehensive outlook on The Odd Nerdrum Classical School of Painting. Politically motivated character assassinations has probably been the most popular method among the New Left in order …

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Regressive Left Dave Rubin: No longer Liberal

Rubin-Report Dave Rubin

  Herland Report: The American talk show host, Dave Rubin, is a well-read, clever and intriguing person to follow. He is vocal about belonging to the Left wing in politics, but grew weary of watching how the Left increasingly turned towards harassment and demonization of its opponents.  What happened to Liberalism as the belief in the right to differ in opinion, …

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