What is Marxism?
Marxism is a philosophy of hate that is designed to obtain and maintain power over the people, in the name of the “struggle.” The predictable result is more misery, suffering, and death.
Main aspects of Marxism:
•Exploitation of alleged vulnerable populations and groups - workers, minorities, women, immigrants, homosexuals, animals, the earth, etc.
•Manipulation of “dupes” or “fellow-travelers.”
•Ultimate goal of abolishing private property, the traditional family, religion, and traditional values and institutions.
Engels’ The Origin of the Family, Private Property, and the State is even more important than the Communist Manifesto. It calls for the abolition of the traditional family.
Robert Chandler, author of Shadow World, explained that the “New Marxism” is based on the premise that “the problem with Karl Marx was that he was not Marxist enough.” Marx focused on workers when there were many others who also were exploited by the capitalist system. Added to the “workers” list from the twentieth century usage was a wide range of allegedly exploited individuals, including women, homosexuals, minorities, indigenous persons, disabled persons, and even animals.
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