Peter Tenebrarum posted a short essay by Claudio Grass on his Acting Man website on Cultural Marxism and the Birth of Modern Thought Crime; it is well worth one’s time to read it. According to Grass the key question is: Is man born as a conscious being with free will and self-determination or not? Put another way does human consciousness create our perceieved reality, or does reality determine our nature? The cultural marxists believe in the latter and the religious in the former.
Rather, consciousness is reality.
But one should not confuse consciousness with the ego as both the religious and the cultural marxists do. The ego is the product of thinking and it’s the process of thinking itself that distracts one’s consciousness from … which no one can describe for you nor formulate its acquisition for you; it cannot be shared, pointed to or verbalised. It comes to you, but you can’t go to it.