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Karl Marx

Chaim Hirschel Mordechai ✡  (5 May 1818 – 14 March 1883), better known as Karl Heinrich Marx, was a 19th century Jewish political ideologue who presented himself to the world as a journalist and economist. He is best known for infiltrating the nascent movement of Socialism, likely as an agent of his cousin Rothschild; and on the supervision of his mentor Moses Hess, ✡  creating a supposedly "scientific" theory known as Marxism. After his death, his supporters adapted his theories in numerous ways, including Vladimir Lenin ✡  who created Bolshevism ✡  which was enforced on Russia in 1917 with the October Revolution.

Marx came from a long line of Jewish rabbis. He lived in Dean Street, London and squalor. He used to visit the Red Lion pub at Great Windmill Street, Soho where he and Friedrich Engels were asked to write what became the Communist Manifesto. His best known work is the book Das Kapital, which fails to mention that money is printed out of thin air and keeps the name of his cousins, the Rothschilds ✡ , out of it, despite the fact that they were the richest and most powerful capitalist family in the whole world. As an internationalist, Marx saw free trade (which is Judeo-Masonic plague British Empire's policy) as positive because it undermines established nations and cultures;[1][2] he was strongly opposed to protectionism. This is contrary to Socialist economic principles.

Background

Karl Heinrich Marx was born in Trier, Kingdom of Prussia on 5 May 1818, an Ashkenazi Jew, to Hirschel Mordechai and Henriette Pressburg. Marx's Jewish name is Chaim Hirschel Mordechai. Marx descended from Talmudic rabbis; his paternal ancestors had provided rabbis of Trier since 1723, a post last held by his grandfather. During the Napoleonic War of the Sixth Coalition, Hirschel Mordechai was in contact with the Grand Orient de France and in 1813 became a Freemason, joining their Loge L'Ètoile anséatique (The Hanseatic Star) in Osnabrück.[3] After the war, he feigned conversion to Lutheranism as a means to better infiltrate Prussian society. He pretended to be an "assimilated" bourgeois Enlightenment liberal, interested in "free thought" and was wealthy, owning some Moselle vineyards.

One of Marx's grandparents was Nanette Salomon Barent-Cohen, from a wealthy Amsterdam family; her cousin had married Nathan Mayer Rothschild and bore Lionel Nathan Rothschild, pretended "baron" and Member of Parliament for the City of London. Aside from Marx being a cousin of the Rothschild family,[4] during his lifetime others associated with his Barent-Cohen side had married into fellow international Jewish financial dynasties, through Joseph Sebag-Montefiore and Montagu Samuel. He was also related to Hannah Rothschild on both her paternal and maternal side; the Jewess who married Lowland Scots liberal Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, Archibald Primrose, 5th Earl of Rosebery. Marx and the poet Heinrich Heine ✡  were also third cousins; Simon Michel ✡  (died 1719) was their common great-grandfather.[5] The two men were in contact during their lives; Heine was known to have received funding from Rothschild.[6][7]

Karl Marx was brought up by his family to hate Jesus Christ[8].


                                        Barent-Cohen     
                                        of Amsterdam ––– ?
                                        (* c. 1710)   |
                                                      |
                                            ––––––––––––––––––––
                                            |                  |
                           Sara       Salomon  David         Levi             Lydia
                          Brandes –––  Barent-Cohen      Barent-Cohen ––– Diamantschleifer
                                   |     (†1807)         (1747-1808)   |
                                   |                                   |
         Isaac             Nanette Salomon                          Hannah       Nathan Mayer
    Heijmans Pressburg –––   Barent-Cohen                        Barent-Cohen ––– Rothschild
       (1747-1832)      |    (1764-1833)                         (1783-1850)   |  (1777-1836)
                        |                                                      |
      Hirschel      Henriette                      Charlotte                Lionel
      Mordechai ––– Pressburg                Baronin von Rotschild ––– Baron de Rothschild
     (1777-1838) | (1788-1863)                   (1819-1884)        |     (1808-1879)
                 |                                                  | 
             Karl Marx                      Emma Louise      Nathan Mayer
            (1818-1883)                    von Rotschild ––– de Rothschild
                                            (1844-1935)   |   (1840-1915)
                                                          |
                                              Lionel Walter Rothschild   ?   Balfour Declaration
                                                      (1868-1937)

Personal life

  • Marx almost never bathed or even washed his hands and it is the main reason why he suffered from serious boils (carbuncles) all over his body.[9][10][11][12] Later famous Communists Che Guevara[13][14] and Mao Zedong also rarely bathed.[15]
  • He had a maid, Helene Demuth, that he never paid and kept essentially as a slave.[16] He cheated on his wife with his maid and didn't acknowledge his son with her, Frederick Lewis Demuth. Marx got his friend Frederick Engels{{j]} to claim the bastard son was his instead.[9][17][18]
  • He hated money lenders only because he never worked and constantly borrowed money from them. He would sometimes use aliases to avoid paying them.[9]
  • While he constantly wrote about supporting the workers, he would not pay workers (eg. the butcher, tailor) for goods and these people would occasionally come in a court action to try to recover funds owed. He often didn't pay his rent.[9][16]
  • He never worked a day in his life and was supported by his rich friends.[10]

Controversies

Rothschild agent in Prussia and Britain?

A number of critics have been incredibly suspicious of the motives of Marx and suggest that the purpose of his work was to sabotage the nascent socialist movement; he reframed all of the socialists who came before him as exponents of "utopian socialism" and his ideas as so-called "scientific socialism", the theory of which the people must follow dogmatically as a secular religion, no matter how much it fails in practice. It should be noted that before Marx ever wrote a word the socialist movement already existed in Germany, France, Britain and elsewhere, each with their own national expressions and ideas of how to improve the situation of the working-class following the Industrial Revolution. In later times, after Marx and especially after Lenin ✡  used his work to create Bolshevism, his followers have tried to monopolise the phrase and insist unless you follow Marx's theories, you cannot be a socialist. This is a clear fraud and usurpation.

Jenny von Westphalen, sister of Prussia's Interior Minister.

A major question in this regard, is "who was behind Marx?" A significant investigation in this regard comes from the book Der preußische Regierungsagent Karl Marx by the German author Wolfgang Waldner, which suggests in his initial phases Marx worked as an agent of the Prussian regime.[19][20][21] Waldner mentions the fact that Marx married Jenny von Westphalen in 1843. She came from a wealthy family, the daughter of a Prussian baron. Her brother was Ferdinand von Westphalen, who was Prussian Minister of the Interior from 1850-1858.[note 1] Ferdinand, Marx's brother-in-law, was regarded as strongly retrogade (a "reactionary" even), an opponent of any popular reform and ran a vast spy network which kept tabs on dissidents and even heir to the throne Prince Wilhelm for criticising the Crimean War.

Marx moved to London in 1849 and remained until his death. His collaborator Engels had lived there previously and owned a factory in Manchester. Perhaps the most revealing political alliance Marx made was with David Urquhart,[22] a Scottish MP known for his romantic Turkophilia and obsessive Russophobia (even stating Lord Palmerston was a "Russian agent"). Urquhart's campaign, which Marx agreed with,[23] almost single handedly led to the zeitgeist in which British participation in the Crimean War was possible by 1853.[24] This war funded by Marx's cousin Rothschild,[25] left over 500,000 goyim dead. The Ottoman Sultan, Abdul Mejid I Osman ✡  was the son of a Jewess named Bezmiâlem, ✡  while the Turkophilia of leading Jews of the age such as Benjamin Disraeli ✡  on the Eastern Question is also infamous.[26][27] While Marx was authoring Das Kapital in the British Museum reading room, his famous cousin Lionel de Rothschild, conveniently, was MP for the City of London (1847–1868 & 1869–1874). Funnily enough, the name "Rothschild" is completely absent from Das Kapital.

When the Prussian and British regimes of these times are spoken of, it must be kept in mind that the Rothschilds (Marx's third cousin by blood) and other Jewish finance syndicates were very prominent in both, as a result of Masonic and liberal Protestant ideas about "tolerating Jews" which took ahold of these society at the start of the 19th century. This is not explicitly mentioned in Waldner's book. The vast majority of the real German radicals who Marx criticised were either Jew-wise or had been involved in the nationalist Revolution of 1848. Amongst his targets for criticism included Bruno Bauer, Wilhelm Weitling, Arnold Ruge, Georg Herwegh (a friend of Richard Wagner) and Ludwig Feuerbach (who he broke with in the mid-1840s, authoring The German Ideology) amongst others. The idea of Marx as a Rothschild shill is not some later day elaborate contrivance or so-called "Nazi" fantasy, but was explicity raised as a concern by his contemporary rival in the First International, Mikhail Bakunin in 1869,[28][29] who was not even aware of the fact that Marx and Rothschild were cousins.

Extreme and fanatical Russophobia

Perhaps the most pronounced and consistent aspect of Marx's ideology was his extreme and radical hatred of Russia and everything to do with the culture of that nation. He and Engels regarded Russians and Slavs in general as subhuman (völkerabfall) barbarians. Had he lived to see his ideological heirs Vladimir Lenin, ✡  Leon Trotsky, ✡  Grigory Zinoviev ✡  butcher them by the millions, he would no doubt have cackled in orgasmic joy at the horrors visited upon them; men, women and children. Marx used the newspaper Neue Rheinische Zeitung to try and incite a war against Russia.[30] This Russophobia was also behind the strange alliance with Tory, David Urquhart, when he moved to London and Marx thus has the blood of the people who died in the Crimean War on his Jewish hands. Henry Hyndman, who spent many hours in Marx's company in his Record of an Adventurous Life attributed this anti-Russian obsession to Marx's Jewish ethnocentrism.[31] The Soviets tried to cover up this fact about Marx, as do the demasculated National Bolshevik Russian cuckolds of today, who pretend to be patriots.

Protégé of Moses Hess, Judeo-Masonic Zionist

Marx's Judeo-Masonic mentor, Moses Hess, ✡  a key player in the development of both Zionism and Communism.

Quotes

Inside the mind of Marx

Quotes about Marx

Gallery

Videos

Rothschild's, Karl Marx - John Kaminski
Karl Marx Was Funded by African Slave Trade
The Truth About Karl Marx

References

Notes

  1. The father of Ferdinand and Jenny, Ludwig von Westphalen was friends with the father of Karl, Heinrich Marx. Ludwig was a member of the Prussian Privy Council and the judiciary in Trier. He had been a collaborator with the Bonapartist Kingdom of Westphalia during the Napoleonic Wars. It was Ludwig who was the political mentor to the young Marx and even introduced him to socialism, in the form of the ideas of Saint-Simonism. It is worth noting that the incredibly suspect Machievellian conniving of elements in the Prussian establishment with the Marxist project does not end with Marx himself. A little over half a century later during the First World War, Prussian Foreign Minister Arthur Zimmermann was involved with putting Vladimir Lenin into place in Russia on the sealed train from Switzerland for the October Revolution as a deliberate strategy for the Bolsheviks to cause chaos within that country.

Footnotes

  1. International Political Economy Zone (10 May 2012). "Karl Marx was all for Free Trade".  External link in |title= (help)
  2. Peter Myers (10 May 2012). "Why Karl Marx supported Free Trade".  External link in |title= (help)
  3. Hoffmann 2000, p. 182.
  4. Winston Smith Ministry of Truth (10 May 2012). "Karl Marx's family tree ".  External link in |title= (help)
  5. Mila Rechcigl (10 May 2012). "Karl Marx's Czechoslovak Ancestry".  External link in |title= (help)
  6. Winston Smith Ministry of Truth (10 May 2012). "Karl Marx and the Rothschilds".  External link in |title= (help)
  7. Winston Smith Ministry of Truth (10 May 2012). "The Rothschild's poet and his 1842 prediction of communism".  External link in |title= (help)
  8. Eustace Mullins (1968) My Life in Christ, 90 pages, page 10.
  9. 9.0 9.1 9.2 9.3 http://captaincapitalism.blogspot.com/2014/02/why-you-cant-criticize-karl-marx.html
  10. 10.0 10.1 http://babalublog.com/2012/06/07/karl-marx-never-bathed/
  11. https://graceuniversity.edu/iip/2011/10/11-10-15-2/
  12. http://fee.org/freeman/detail/confessions-of-a-secret-marxist
  13. http://www.ihatethemedia.com/13-reasons-you-should-throw-away-your-che-guevara-t-shirt
  14. http://listverse.com/2009/05/24/top-10-things-you-didnt-know-about-che-guevara/
  15. The Private Life of Chairman Mao: The Memoirs of Mao's Personal Physician
  16. 16.0 16.1 https://veritasmizzou.wordpress.com/2011/10/17/why-karl-marx-didnt-pay-his-servant/
  17. http://www.thedailybeast.com/articles/2011/09/21/love-and-capital-karl-marx-s-marriage-was-decidedly-not-marxian.html
  18. Saul Padover (trans. and ed.), "Introduction: Marx, the Human Side," to Karl Marx, On Education, Women, and Children. New York: McGraw Hill Book Co., 1975; pg. xxv.
  19. Politik-Sind-Wir.de (10 May 2013). "Der preußische Regierungsagent Karl Marx".  External link in |title= (help)
  20. Amazon (10 May 2013). "Der preußische Regierungsagent Karl Marx: Wie der Schwager des preußischen Innenministers Ferdinand von Westphalen der berühmte Theoretiker des Sozialismus wurde".  External link in |title= (help)
  21. Wolfgang Waldner (10 May 2013). "Der Marx-Engels-Schwindel".  External link in |title= (help)
  22. Marxists.org (10 May 2013). "Karl Marx and David Uquhart".  External link in |title= (help)
  23. Marxists.org (10 May 2013). "David Uquhart".  External link in |title= (help)
  24. Total Politics (10 May 2013). "The First Global War".  External link in |title= (help)
  25. Jewish Encyclopedia (10 May 2013). "Rothschild".  External link in |title= (help) (Jewish)
  26. Henry Makow (10 May 2013). "Real Disraeli was a Destroyer".  External link in |title= (help) (Jewish)
  27. Oxford Scholarship (10 May 2013). "Grand Tour: Disraeli and the Eastern Question".  External link in |title= (help)
  28. 28.0 28.1 Stewart Home Society (10 September 2010). "Anarchist Integralism, Aesthetics, Politics and the Après-Garde".  External link in |title= (help)
  29. David McNally (10 May 2013). "The Myth of Anarchist Libertarianism".  External link in |title= (help)
  30. Frederick Engels (10 May 2013). "Marx and the Neue Rheinische Zeitung (1848-49)".  External link in |title= (help)
  31. Henry Hyndman (10 May 2013). "The Record of an Adventurous Life".  External link in |title= (help)
  32. http://urania-josegalisifilho.blogspot.com/2013/11/the-revolutionary-holocaust-against-all.html
  33. http://udemokratisk.blogspot.com/2009/04/karl-marx-interessante-sitater.html
  34. NewLaunches.com (10 May 2013). "Karl Marx credit cards for the communist in you".  External link in |title= (help)
  35. Helium.com (10 May 2013). "Karl Marx' tomb and Highgate Cemetery in London".  External link in |title= (help)
  36. Standard.co.uk (10 May 2013). "Vandals daub paint on Karl Marx's grave".  External link in |title= (help)
  37. CamdenNewJournal.co.uk (10 May 2013). "Tomb raiders' failed attack on Marx grave, Secret files show threat to Highgate Cemetery memorial".  External link in |title= (help)

Bibliography

  • Hoffmann, Stefan-Ludwig (2000). Die Politik der Geselligkeit: Freimaurerlogen in der deutschen Bürgergesellschaft, 1840-1918. Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht. ISBN 352535911X. 

External links

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