"Let us consider the actual, worldly Jew — not the Sabbath Jew, as Bauer does, but the everyday Jew. Let us not look for the secret of the Jew in his religion, but let us look for the secret of his religion in the real Jew. What is the secular basis of Judaism? … Practical need, self-interest. What is the worldly religion of the Jew? Huckstering. What is his worldly God? Money. Very well then! Emancipation from huckstering and money, consequently from practical, real Jewry, would be the self-emancipation of our time… In the final analysis, the emancipation of the Jews is the emancipation of mankind from Jewry".
One may think that this lengthy quote is just another rant from the infamous Adolf Hitler. However, it is not. This quote is from none other than Karl Marx, the father of Communism and Socialist Revolutionary ideals. Interestingly enough, Marx was a descendant of a long line of Cabbalist Jewish Rabbis in which he took much effort to make people forget.
Consider the next quote.
"We are socialists, we are enemies of today's capitalistic economic system for the exploitation of the economically weak, with its unfair salaries, with its unseemly evaluation of a human being according to wealth and property instead of responsibility and performance, and we are all determined to destroy this system under all conditions."
One may say that this quote is easily posted from Marx. Isn’t it? They would be wrong. This quote was taken from a speech given by Adolf Hitler in May 1, 1927, also person of Jewish heritage.
To some the mere suggestion that Adolf Hitler roams anywhere near the subject of Socialism and Marxist theory is nothing short of heresy. However upon closer examination of historical documentation one can easily find the unique singularity that binds all of the so called “Revolutionary” movements that have emerged since the publication of “The Communist Manifesto” in 1848 and other such writings.
This article is Part 1 in a series to examine the origin of Socialism, Communism and the horrifying “Social Engineering” tactics historically used since the birth of the International Socialist movement to attain its ultimate outcome…Utopia.
What is Socialism?
Many dictionaries post that Socialism is the Democratic Form of Government in which every citizen has a voice. In addition, it is claimed that all classes and races shall have an equal share.
However the very ideal of Socialism was penned by Karl Marx. So how did he define it?
Marx stated that Socialism is not a form of government but is a state, a policed and engineered state in which a nation takes on while in “Transition” from a Capitalist to a Communist society while the “Communist Utopia” is the ultimate desired outcome of the full transition; a world with no police, no property, no religion, no classes, even no need for government, no war… a fantasy land of everlasting harmony. However, can all this be attained peacefully and by simply tearing up land ownership deeds?
The answer is no, the “Transitional” state of Socialism is given the task to “Transform” the citizenry for the future super-state. So how does this Socialist apparatus deal with those who don’t want to be transformed?
Marx and other Socialists point out the need to remove undesirable elements of society. Most say these undesirables came in the form of the bourgeois ruling class, but it didn’t stop there. Societal planning required the choosing of political policies but more importantly who would be ideal to fit into this new Utopia and who would not.
Ultimately there was a measuring stick in which to choose who would stay and who would be removed.
How was this measuring stick developed? Through a carefully thought out process of and much debate, the standards universally accepted by the modern day were too primitive. Yet again, a extreme measure had to be taken.
While Marx authored the Communist manifesto, he was not the only person in the world that believed in its theories, nor was he the originator. In fact, it was a fomenting idea for nearly 100 years along with another very controversial and emerging theory.
Being that Socialism is an atheistic regime, its adherents were simply expected or understood to be believers in the “Evolution of Man”.
One scientist and philosopher of such theories was finally bold enough to publish this set of ideas; his name was Charles Darwin.
Social Darwinism and Racial Eugenics
Many believe Darwin’s Theory of evolution was simply about man’s physical evolution and he stopped there. However, just how Marx’s theories didn’t stop at the theoretical level, Darwin penned many of his beliefs that stated social implications as well. His approach took on a proactive rather than passive involvement in mankind’s evolutionary progress. In other words an active involvement was needed.
Social Darwinism believed that mankind’s protection of the weak, sickly and underdeveloped peoples prevented the process of “Natural Selection” and the survival of the fittest to determine the future of mankind.
Darwin believed that if man would no longer aide these “Sub-Species”, then the natural selection process would simply remove these less than desirable among the population. In his mind this action would benefit mankind’s future and “Society” as a whole.
He stated that, “The strongest of the species shall live and the weakest die,” and classified other races such as blacks and jews as “…sub-species…” and “doubtful species.”
As the passive solution turned to a more active, Darwin went on to pose a sinister question, “…Do the races or species of men… encroach on and replace one another, so that some finally become extinct?… We shall see that all these questions must be answered in the affirmative…”
A more specific description of the “Sub-Species” of men can be found in his book Descent of Man where he states, “At some future period, in the not very distant future… the civilized races of man will almost certainly exterminate and replace the savage races throughout the world…”
Upon understanding Darwin’s thoughts, Marx espoused his appreciation by stating, “…this is a book which contains the basis of natural history for our views.”
Our views? It is common knowledge that Marx and the Socialists thought in numbers and therefore shared each other’s views so it obvious that this letter was on the behalf of many who were followers of Marx’s new ideas.
Soon thereafter on of the most daring theories in human history began to emerge.
Upon reading Origin of species, one of Darwin’s cousins was so delighted and inspired by the revolutionary ideas that he was moved to publish some of his own.
This scientist went a step further than Darwin in the active selection process. He began to systematically classify who was fit to be the progenitors of mankind’s future and who was not. He gave birth to the scientific study of “Nature over Nurture” and believed in the sterilization of undesirables, eradication of the lame and replacement of the lower “breeds” of mankind though carefully executed Social Engineering.
The theory was called “Eugenics.”
Its author name was Sir. Francis Galton.
Next week: Part 2 – “Socialism Eugenics and the Final Solution”