Don Fulco, Detroit, United States discussed on Glenn Beck
Thing. All right. So you're saying as an artist you could create something that has no meaning, but it is only when it's used as a critique. That it starts to get into trouble. Okay. Wonderful. Very fun. Hey. They're not the same. Great. Okay. So tell me how it where it grew. And how it grabbed us by the throat or university systems. The the original smugness, though, just a small group is very very prolific in the late sixties, including. Folly top doll job and. And they can't get the. At the same time with the same message that they were disillusioned with the Muslim period, they would disillusioned with Marxism. And they would disillusioned with religion and institutions, and they they thought that these old. Big comfortable understanding of things that just pop this coming off the walls before them by. Oldies for the second teas were crumbling and. Detroit to instead all the things that we saw which actually took this to a new level. And he said, no. The reality TV's, not something we find it's something that we make. And we make it in the suburbs of power. So it is powerful groups which has decided for us what he's trade. And these are understood to be what percent men, and they should be. It should be pick. When not. They didn't have a particular political goal. They were certainly lifted, but they want that they were generally quite aimless. They wanted to do sort of the poll showed problems with it. It wasn't until the late eighteenth early nineteenth. When I lost of feminists and quick police series six at trysted taking everything about is. All good, and well, yes, we need to be construct saying, yes, we need to see that everything is socially constructed. But we have to have some kind of reality. If we're going to attract anything, we cannot play pool address and sexism against winning next. We agree that women are saying that experience things in certain times and places. So there was a change hit to bring back some kind of objective reality. And that was systems. Oh, empower that could then be analyzed. But very subjectively from the perspective of experience. And we'd the assumption that we are always looking at a power imbalance in any interaction between different. Okay. So can let me let me let me go back. And because I think people might be thinking why are we talking about Postmodernism? How does it relate to my life? This. I believe is critical in two if you don't understand this, or at least have a basic handle on it. You don't know what you're fighting. You don't know. What's really happening? You don't know. Who's behind a lot of this? Or what the theories are behind it? So let me let me I say Postmodernism the modern world is the world that was created that chased out the dark ages. It was the it's the world created by the enlightenment of of science and reason and period empirical evidence, and in even I mean when you hear people say mathematics is racist. This is because we're there trying to deconstruct anything that holds the modern world together is that correct? Yeah. So that they they think that it has been constructed on family that a lot of points. He has been left out. And this relate somehow to a lot of knowledge is I take the has a problem with the idea that then irrational, and I'm impera cool. Is that the property of women all around? The white people say that that is that is how it works. Okay. I'm gonna take you before we move forward. I wanna take you back. One more step. I'm going to take a break. And then we come back. The I'd like you to help me on this. Because it's my understanding that dare Don Fulco came over to the United States that this was really kind of shaped in frustration from the nineteen sixty eight Paris riots, and in frustration that they're not gonna be able to take this whole thing down and less may take it all down. They gotta take all the systems down. They're not gonna win through culture. And that it was that it was actually much more strategic in its. Planting of a virus? If you will. And I'd love to hear your take on that. If that's true or not when we come.