Karl Marx: Annihilator of Men
Marxism Rests on Faulty Foundations
The foundational concept of the ideology/religion that Karl Marx (1818-1883) created, and published thousands of pages about, is laughably wrong. It is that the value of any product is the value of the labor of the man who made it.
Therefore, if I buy land, build a factory, design a product, set up a sales and marketing department, a means to distribute my product, as well as an accounting department, customer service department, etc., all of that is worthless. If I sell shoes for $20 and do not give my shoemaker the whole $20 I have stolen from him. This idea only served one purpose: To agitate workers who had almost zero understanding of such matters to make violent revolution.
To show how silly the underlying premise is, a machine can make shoes faster than a man and now I have no man to pay at all, which hardly renders the footwear worthless.
As Jacques Barzun has noted, “Men dive for pearls because they are valuable; pearls are not valuable because men dive for them.”
In fact, the value of things depends on how many people want them, how badly people want them, and how many are available. Marx was smart enough to know all of this. But his goal was to use propaganda on working people to justify the ruthless political action that would destroy whole nations, and feature the dispossessing of people who had wealth and land, by killing them if necessary.
The man was wrong about nearly everything. He thought workers in America, once unionized, would overthrow the government. They did not. He felt all the wealth in America would wind up in the hands of just a handful of men. It did not. He thought the middle class would disappear. It exploded in size. He did not believe the lives of working people would improve under capitalism. They did beyond anyone's wildest dreams.
Scientific Socialism: A New and Better World
Marx loved the Theory of Evolution and believed it justified his Theory of Socialism. He liked to call himself the ‘Darwin of Sociology,’ as if group violence was a scientific concept. He dedicated his book Das Kapital to none other than Charles Darwin.
He strove to abolish private property so that all property would belong to the State. He wanted to see vengeance visited upon the upper and middle classes, including terror and mass murder.
Marxism led to starvation, torture, enslavement, and mass murder on a scale never seen before in human history. At least 100 million innocent people were killed to create what Marx called “Scientific Socialism”—a “new and better world."
Karl Marx Favorite Saying: I Will Annihilate You
You could hardly find a more ill-mannered, quarrelsome, malicious drunkard than Marx, who was also physically filthy and stunk to high heaven because he rarely washed. A selfish, angry little man with evil eyes, he was insanely vindictive, filled with jealous hatred, coarse, hardhearted, abusive, sarcastic, cruel, ridiculing, nasty, crude, insulting, and treated nearly everyone with disdain and scorn. Other than that he was a pretty nice guy.
He hardly ever washed his clothes and in his house everything was broken and filthy, covered with a half an inch of dirt. The last 25 years of his life he was covered with boils.
Marx considered the rest of the human race detestable degenerates. His favorite saying? “I will annihilate you.”
If anyone thinks Karl Marx promoted equality for women, look at how he treated them—with contempt. He not only refused to allow his daughters to go to school, but he also kept a female slave from the age of eight, whom he would later continually rape. He then denied his child she bore him and kicked her baby out of his house. The boy bastard was put into a foster home and was never allowed to visit his mother when Marx was home, and could only come to the back door when he wasn't.
She was the only working class person the supposed champion of the workers ever knew. Helen Demuth was her name. She worked for him virtually her entire life, but he never paid her one cent—what a paragon of love for the poor.
You should not be surprised to learn that only eleven people attended his funeral. His heart was devoid of love for anyone, and he hated man and God with a furious rage. He encouraged ruthlessness, mob violence, and assassination. He once wrote, “Everything that exists deserves to perish.”
To Karl Marx, human beings are nothing more than animals with material needs. Although he claimed to have the answer as to how the world should handle its economy, he was grossly incompetent with financial matters.
The Communist Manifesto
The Communist Manifesto must be the most malicious book ever published, as evidenced by the over one hundred million murders committed in its name. In it, Marx wrote: “Communism abolishes eternal truths, it abolishes all religion, it abolishes all morality.”
That fits right in with his declaration, "Communism begins where Atheism begins."
The Devil knows that young people fervently want to change the world, especially after receiving the kind of ‘social justice' brainwashing that goes on in our government schools. The problem is that the young know nearly nothing about the world yet, and are therefore prone to devote themselves to utopian schemes that are not based on reality but fantasy.
Karl Marx: False Messiah
Descended from a long line of rabbis, Karl chose to identify with Satan. When he was a young man he came under the influence of evil spirits and suddenly words came from his pen full of blasphemy. To read his personal testimony is to discover the thoughts of Lucifer himself.
He dreamt of destroying the whole world while he mocked God. Why do so many today—especially politicians and educators—adore the philosophy of Karl Marx when he himself said he cursed Mankind, wanted to bring the world to ruins, and hated God?
His own father said Satan possessed his son. While Marx promoted Atheism to his followers, he and his inner circle believed in God enough to denounce, revile, and hate Him. The most remarkable thing about him was his burning hatred. His ideas appeal to evil people who want more than anything a replacement religion for Christianity. He gave them one, with himself as Messiah.
The Abolition of Private Property, Christianity, Marriage, and the Family
To Marx, private property was the source of unhappiness. Hence, the State should own everything. And everybody.
All options were on the table to wage war against the world into which he was born: schools, culture, guns, bombs—the ends justify the means. He wanted nothing less than to rule the world.
To him, there was no God, no basis for law, and no meaning or purpose to life except the will to use force to get what you want. He sought to make a new religion in which instead of God the people worship the State. Actually, in which they will only be allowed to worship the state.
Karl Marx argued that the family was an evil influence on Mankind and should be obliterated. "Abolish the family!" he exclaimed.
Along with hating all morality, religion, and eternal truths, he despised middle-class marriage and middle-class families, or as he called them, "bourgeois."
He called for the abolition of marriage, which he wanted to be replaced with free love, as well as the end of parental influence over children, particularly when it came to their education. He did not want children to even live with their parents.
That is the real reason why leftists have always wanted to push women into the workforce: To get ahold of their children. They would call it 'the liberation of women.'
One emphasis in communist writings was always to use 'liberation' as a means to the ends of communal child rearing. As Marx said, “When the family ceases to be the economic unit of society, the care and education of the children becomes a public affair.”
He writes in his Communist Manifesto that for communism to work, Christianity and marriage must be destroyed. Communist Party intellectuals know well that Christian principles working within marriage, which feature loyalty to God and a mate, are a substantial barrier to persuading a person to become a socialist.
Marx wrote, "The criticism of religion is the prerequisite of all criticism. Religion is the sigh of the oppressed creature. The abolition of religion as the illusory happiness of the people is the demand for their real happiness.”
Karl Marx: Satanist
The fact is Karl Marx was a Satanist. From a long line of Godly people, at age 18 he came under the sway of Moses Hess, who initiated the young Marx into Satanism. Before long, Marx would use the word ‘destroy' so often that the word became his nickname.
Only after he became a Satanist did he write the blueprint for a worldwide satanic revolution, the Communist Manifesto. The Soviets and Red Chinese would later follow his prescriptions, as they would murder, massacre, imprison, and purposefully starve countless innocent people to “drive the Capitalists out of the world and drive God out of the Heaven.”
Marx wished to draw the whole of Humankind into the pit reserved for the devil and his demons. In his own words: “I wish to avenge myself against the One who rules above.” And that’s not all. Check out these words of his:
“The hellish vapors rise and fill the brain, Till I go mad and my heart is utterly changed. See this sword? The prince of darkness sold it to me. While for us both the abyss yawns in darkness. You will sink down and I shall follow laughing, Whispering in your ears, 'Descend, come with me, friend.' If there is a Something which devours, I’ll leap within it, though I bring the world to ruins—the world which bulks between me and the abyss, I will smash to pieces with my enduring curses. Thus heaven I’ve forfeited, I know it full well. My soul, once true to God, is chosen for hell.”
Karl Marx: Destroyer of Worlds
It is essential to understand that Marx admits his aim was not to improve the world or reform it but merely to ruin it and enjoy it being ruined. He wrote: "With disdain, I will throw my gauntlet full in the face of the world, And see the collapse of this pygmy giant whose fall will not stifle my ardor. Then I will wander godlike and victorious through the ruins of the world. And, giving my words an active force, I will feel equal to the Creator."
A man without friends, who did not like people, Marx was a brooder with a bad temper, who kept his wife and children in poverty so he could concentrate on killing Christianity.
Marx starved three of his children to death, and the other two would commit suicide. His favorite daughter married Richard Aveling, a Satanist, Socialist, and Evolutionist—ever notice how that unholy trinity goes together? —known for his public blasphemies and odes to Lucifer. Her husband’s most famous speech was entitled “The Wickedness of God.”
One of the partners of Karl Marx in the First International (meeting of socialist internationalists) was the Russian Mikhail Bakunin, who described his friend Marx: "Here steps in Satan, the eternal rebel, the first freethinker and the emancipator of worlds. Disobey and eat the fruit of knowledge. In this revolution we will have to awaken the devil in the people, to stir up the basest passions."
Bakunin also acknowledged that Socialism and Satanism were linked: “The Evil One is the satanic revolt against divine authority. Satan is the eternal rebel, the first freethinker, the emancipator of worlds.”
Bakunin admitted that the true purpose for socialist revolutions was not to free workers from exploitation—that was just a cover: “Our mission is to destroy, not edify.”
The Italian mass murderer Mazzini said of Marx: “His heart bursts with hatred rather than with love toward men.”
French Socialist Pierre Joseph Proudhon was another colleague of Karl Marx. Check out this lovely quote from him: “Come Satan, slandered by the small and by kings. God is stupidity and cowardice; God is hypocrisy and falsehood; God is tyranny and poverty; God is evil.“
Socialism vs. Communism
I have had leftist friends try to tell me that Socialism has nothing to do with Communism. In fact, no clear distinction can be drawn between Socialism and Communism. Marx sometimes used the terms interchangeably although he also sometimes distinguished Socialism as a transitional phase under which the old inequalities would survive even as their foundations were being destroyed, to be followed by a second, higher phase of full Communism, with “the abolition of private property.”
Marx first called himself a Socialist. In 1847 he decided this moniker was too respectable and adopted the term Communist. Lenin defined himself as a Socialist until he seized power in Russia, after which he was a self-described Communist. The Soviets, Nazis, Fascists, Red Chinese, Pol Pot, and Fidel Castro all called themselves Socialists. All Socialists are disciples of Karl Marx— whether they know it or not.
As Vladimir Lenin said, “What is usually called Socialism is the first, or lower, phase of Communist society.”
The most widely circulated works of Engels was called Socialism, Utopian and Scientific.
The British Communist Party used the term Socialism as synonymous with Communism. The 1929 Election Manifesto of the Communist Party of Great Britain, “Class against Class,” repeatedly uses the term Socialism, and each time Socialism occurs in that manifesto it is as the equivalent of Communism.
Marx taught his followers that it was good to profess faith in Democracy until their political power became great enough to drop the pretense. He also preached that they could best takeover a country during periods of high unemployment or depression, and that in fact, they should hope for, and perhaps even quietly work for, these calamities to happen, so that they might seize power.
The Communist Manifesto lists the immediate goals of Socialism, the first steps: Free education; loose voting regulations; and a progressive income tax to redistribute wealth from the rich to the poor. Next comes the abolishment of private property; nationalization of banking and transportation; and mandatory volunteer service for all citizens.
Marx is the father of the labor union movement. One of his slogans was, "Unionism will lead to Communism. Workers of the world unite!"
But Marx also felt compelled to state the obvious about the system he was against: “Capitalism has been the first to show what man’s activity can bring about. It has accomplished wonders far surpassing Egyptian pyramids, Roman aqueducts, or Gothic cathedrals. Capitalism draws all nations into civilization. It has created enormous cities and thus rescued a considerable part of the population from the idiocy of rural life. The bourgeoisie, during its rule of scarce one hundred years, has created more massive and more colossal productive forces than have all preceding generations together.”
From Marx the Left gets its idea that the world is divided between the oppressed and the oppressors, meaning that the winners at life oppressed the losers or they wouldn’t be the winners. Marx provided the ideas behind using hateful rhetoric to stir up envy and covetousness, to foment mob violence, intimidation, harassment, humiliation, assault, reeducation camps, and mass murder – to destroy what good men have created - bloody revolution by any means necessary. Satanic ideas from a demonic man.
As Karl Marx said: “We make war against all prevailing ideas of religion. The idea of God must be destroyed.”
The Legacy of Karl Marx
The tomb of Karl Marx in London has become a shrine of British Satanism. Everything in his behavior had a demonic character. Isn’t it amazing that this man’s writings are taught to our children in the same schools that ban the Bible? At the funeral of Karl Marx, his partner Engels said: “Our dialectical philosophy abolishes all the notions of absolute and definitive truth.”
Engels wrote: "For Marxism, religious criticism and revolutionary action must go hand in hand. Communism alone would achieve Atheism, but the atheist propaganda must nonetheless accompany and sustain from the beginning of the effort to achieve Communism. Atheist ideology is essential to the Party, even if in individual cases it admits believers into its midst."
Karl Marx predicted that getting rid of private property would allow Humanity to evolve to a higher state. Leon Trotsky fleshed it out: "Man will become immeasurably stronger, wiser, and subtler. His body will become more harmonized, his movements more rhythmic, his voice more musical. The average human type will rise to the heights of an Aristotle, a Goethe, or a Marx.”