The Conservative Case for Violent Communist Revolution*, by Oliver Williams

The corporations have been at the vanguard of the latest collectivist movement. From Oliver Williams at

*The title is a tongue-in-cheek homage to the ever-growing list of articles arguing The conservative case for something entirely un-Conservative with The conservative case for gay marriage still the ne plus ultra of the genre.

The genesis of woke capital

While the right has focussed on cultural Marxism in explaining the rise of political correctness, America’s hyper-capitalist corporations have been at the vanguard of the social revolution. Richard Hanania, one of the most insightful commentators on America’s ideological absurdity, explains in his article Woke Institutions is Just Civil Rights Law:

“It was civil rights law that revolutionized the American workplace. Corporations started to hire full time staff in order to keep track of government mandates, which were vague and could change at any moment. There was a sense of “keeping up with the Joneses,” in which every company and institution had to be more anti-racist and anti-sexist than the next one, leading to more and more absurd diversity trainings and other programs… The creation of bureaucracy means that it eventually gains its own power base and becomes able to advocate for its own interests.”

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