Walsh criticises the dozens of humanitarian, social justice, gender specific, (including gay and other gender bias) courses at Yale (and many other campuses) with but a few on the American founding or on factual historical heritage. Cultural Marxists did that, he says. He explores how professors can be tried before secret Kangaroo courts, if they don't toe the secular leftist Cultural Marxist line. Cultural Marxists, again, did that. He scrutinises how high-powered corporate executives are too frightened to refuse a gay rainbow sticker on their office door. Cultural Marxism at work there as well. He makes us question that we cannot think independently, let alone feel comfortable voicing our own convictions, e.g., that Western civilization is superior to others (when we know that it is and is the reason why we never move to live in any other, unlike most other nationals clamouring to live in the West). He asks why are we afraid to state that? Marxists have done that, too and even the question of Gays in the military and of boys in dresses peeing in the girl’s room? ... all come under the microscope of why and who is behind this social chaos and vocal reticence, how political correctness has hijacked freedom of speech. You get the idea.
He exposes the so-called Frankfurt School's infiltration of the halls of academia through education syllabuses, inside think tanks, governments and bureaucracies. It is a fascinating and riveting look at how pernicious is the insidious influence of the reactionary philosophy of ‘critical theory’ a tenet of the Frankfurt School. Paraphrasing Walsh he says that it is at once overly intellectualized and emotionally juvenile and likens it to Pandora’s Box. He demonstrates how ' critical theory' has released a horde of demons into the American psyche, reveals how it became acceptable to rain down scepticism upon the traditional and to inculcate, then watch the mighty, the confident, the empiricists, who had just won WWII, cave in and give way, in less than a generation, to a trendy nihilism, celebrated on college campuses across the Untied States.
Walsh unravels how the nihilists, in their seizure of the high ground of academe and the arts, are systematically destroying the bedrock of the country, from patriotism to marriage to the family to military service and even gender - a deliberate and concerted mission to destroy the Western culture and democracy with it - the ultimate Protocol of Cultural Marxism.