In year 1992, the American political scientist and economist Francis Fukuyama wrote the book The End of History and the Last Man and four years later the American political scientist Samuel P. Huntington wrote the book The Clash of Civilizations and the Transformation of the World Order.
If the first one believed, that after the fall of communism we are witnessing the end of history and the global dominance of liberal democracy, as a universal form of government and latter pointed out also that the world is not about establishing a single world order, but about changing the world on a civilizational basis. The main actors, according to Huntington, are different civilizations (Western, Orthodox, Latin American, African, Islamic, Chinese, Hindu, Buddhist and Japanese) and culturally specific entities, with their own history. And as the events of recent years show, Western civilization, based on Judeo-Christian roots, has been hit the hardest. An important warnings to the West were undoubtedly the attacks on New York and Washington on September 11, 2011, and the many other attacks by Al Qaeda and Islamic State, that we have witnessed over the past two decades.
Well, lately, however, the West has increasingly undermined cultural Marxism, which has spread, as metastases, to all pores of Western societies. In an interview for the magazine “Demokracija”, the well-known Slovenian world traveller Borut Korun also points out this dangerous ideology. As a result, the United States and many Western European cities are witnessing attacks on symbols of Western civilization, represented by monuments to famous people, who significantly co-shaped Western civilization. In London, a multicultural left-wing mob, even desecrated a monument to Winston Churchill, a symbol of the fight against fascism and Nazism during World War II. His monument was desecrated by people, who call themselves anti-fascists, but by their actions, as Churchill announced during his lifetime, they are in fact fascists. Unfortunately, we also see similar extremists in Ljubljana, every Friday evening.