Why is ballet in French? – Social Dance Curriculum
It’s all the same.
(…) Why is jazz in French? It’s just the same.
(…) Why is classical music in French? It’s the same.
It has nothing to do with its language. The language is just an excuse. That’s why it has no more right to call itself French than classical music did to call itself German or classical gymnastics did to call itself American.
That’s why French is like jazz or classical music. “Because,” or “Because…”: this all-inclusiveness is a way the French language and culture is used as a means to an end. It is a way to gain the upper hand (the ability to exploit, manipulate, exploit the culture and language of others) so it can better exploit, manipulate, exploit the cultures of others.
What’s worse, as it is also a way to manipulate and exploit our friends and relatives. And friends, of course: not only in France – but in the United States in general.
All this is true because the language is “sacred,” according to the cultural-Marxist language. And in fact, that’s what’s most important: the language itself.
For cultural Marxists, words are sacred, in that they are a way to identify and locate a certain kind of social reality: it is a language (and a culture) which they do not have, but which they need to dominate – even if that domination is not the language itself, but instead the culture and world of its speakers.
So, when you hear the word “freedom,” think of the cultural-Marxist notion that the word freedom is something which should not be violated or questioned or even acknowledged – any more than I’d dare to say, “I’m a Catholic,” because the Catholic tradition is such a great deal more powerful than I am and I’d dare not even talk about it (or my religious faith). Instead, I’d just try to “convert” people with the language. If they wanted to talk about these matters…well, they’d have to give up the words “freedom” and “Catholic” to avoid being “converted” as we are doing so often, to these cultural-Marxists by means of the language.
This is because their language is one which can be easily exploited…or, at the very least, is “sacred.” (And this is precisely why they see our language as being even more powerful than theirs.)
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