Herbert Marcuse

Herbert Marcuse was a German jewish OSS/CIA-agent, affiliated with the Frankfurt School and the Tavistock Institute. His theories were used in the Multiculti agenda (cultural relativism of the Left Wing Church) and fake sexual revolution of the 60's. He mentored Angela Davis who visited the Frankfurt School and created the fake Black Power movement (the Black Church), Naomi Jaffe (Weather Underground) and Andrew Feenberg who created the fake leftist may 1968 'protests'. Feenberg works for the Imitatio company of Peter Thiel.

Marcuse's books was published by Beacon Press (James Baldwin, black and gay characters, friends with Marlon Brando, participant in the Civil Rights Movement), distributed by Penguin Random House, from 2020 acquired by Bertelsmann (nazi family Mohn Atlantik-Brücke).

He married Sophie Wertheim (elite family connected to the rosicrucian Rosenbergs who worked with Cecil agent John Dee) in 1924.

In 1934 he migrated to the US, a year after Kurt Lewin.

During WW2 he worked for the Research and Analysis branch of the OSS, under Harvard historian William Langer.

In the 50's he began teaching at Columbia, Harvard, Brandeis University (Angela Davis, Abbie Hoffman, Abraham Maslow, Martha Kaufman and David Crane, creators of NBC show Friends with David Schwimmer as Ross) and University of California San Diego.

He wrote Eros and Civilisation in 1955, while staying with Susan Sontag (CIA front the Esalen Institute, part of the gay agenda) and Philip Reiff (sociologist at University of Pennsylvania, Freud: the Mind of the Moralist).

Their son David Rieff worked for The New School and Open Society Foundations of George Soros. Marcuse considered the idea of class struggle as irrelevant and promoted a view of moral relativism (permissive society) with man's erotic instinct as the only thing to be liberated.

In 1967 he was present at the Dialectics of Liberation conference in London with other CIA/MI6 assets RD Laing (Tavistock), Angela Davis, Stokely Carmichael, Michael X (anti-white provocateur agent, promoted by John Lennon), Allen Ginsberg.

In 1968 his student Abbie Hoffman, Paul Krassner and Jerry Rubin founded the Youth International Party. Krassner was a member of Ken Kesey's Merry Pranksters (MK Ultra LSD research), friend and biographer of Laurel Canyon comedian Lenny Bruce and editor of the Realist.

Andrew Feenberg participated in the may 68 movement (Columbia University president Grayson Kirk United Nations, CFR). Angela Davis played the role of feminist and participated in the fake anti-war movement and fake black liberation gang Black Panther Party. She worked for University of California Los Angeles (UCLA) and was jailed in 1970 (Pluto in Libra era when counterculture heroes as Charles Manson, Timothy Leary, Owsley Stanley and Jim Morrison were trialed).

Angela Davis promoted political puppets Barack Obama, Hilary Clinton and Joe Biden (the Left Wing Church).

Marcuse's student Paul Gottfried coined the term alt right, as a slur to critics of the Left Wing Church. Gottfried is a member of the Mises Institute with Ron Paul, Andrew Napolitano (Fox News), Thomas DiLorenzo (Loyola University Maryland of the jesuits), Walter Block (Loyola University New Orleans) and Murray Rothbard (Cato Institute with Charles Koch, promoted Harry Barnes and David Duke).

Astrological chart

born 7/19/1898, date wedding Mia Farrow and Frank Sinatra, Benedict Cumberbatch, Vinessa Shaw, in Berlin.

Dom: Leo (Lust), Gemini, Cancer - Uranus (rebellion, revolution), Moon, Saturn.

died 7/29/1979, date Benito Mussolini, Elizabeth Short, David Warner, death Cass Elliott, death Mickey Cohen, wedding Charles and Diana.


1941 Reason and Revolution, discusses Hegel and Marx, the dialectic process leading to fascism. Oxford University Press
1955 Eros and Civilisation: A Philosophical Inquiry into Freud, based on Freud's Civilisation and its Discontents but culture not as repression but as free expression of the Pleasure Principle. It served as a blueprint for the fake CIA controlled 'liberation movements' (the Black Church, feminism).
1964 Soviet Marxism
1964 One Dimensional Man critique of mass media (provides images, no context and historical references), capitalism and communism, defense of negative thinking. 'A Critique of Pure Tolerance' anti freedom of speech.
1969 An Essay on Liberation
1972 Counterrevolution and Revolt
1973 Studies in Critical Philosophy
1978 The Aesthetic Dimension


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