FLASHBACK / RE-RUN
May 2, 2018
NY Times: Happy Birthday. Karl Marx. You Were Right!
By JASON BARKER
Good Lord! The Marxist scum at Sulzberger's Slimes aren't even attempting to hide their
true faces anymore! Though his bicentennial birthday isn't until May 5th, Karl Marx's fan base at The Slimes
simply could not wait to publish this pro-Marxist opinion piece by "professor of philosophy," Jason Barker.
Notwithstanding a few obligatory jabs at Marxism, Barker's take on Marx is essentially positive and very much
in line with the shockingly provocative (even by Slimes standards) headline: "Happy Birthday, Karl Marx.
You Were Right!"
But con-artist Marx, though at times correct and passionately persuasive in
calling attention to the injustices of "capitalist" society (the bait) was neither correct
in his diagnosis of problems, nor in his solutions to them. Let's examine Barker's barking and set the record straight.
Bolshevik professor Jason
Barker pays homage to Marx's 200th.
Barker: ... educated liberal opinion is today more or
Rebuttal: An "educated liberal" is an oxymoron.
Though university-trained libtards may be quite capable in certain fields of study, when it comes to matters philosophical
/ political, they are truly the most stupid, narrow-minded, stubborn, insecure, boot-licking, dim-witted and uneducated specimens
of humanity that this reporter has ever encountered (and I have known many of these types).
Barker: ... in its agreement that Marx’s basic
thesis — that capitalism is driven by a deeply divisive class struggle in which the ruling-class minority appropriates
the surplus labor of the working-class majority as profit — is correct.
Rebuttal: No. That is not correct. It is the state, not the evil rich "capitalists,"
which, through both direct and indirect means, appropriates approximately 50% of the earnings of the average wage holder
in America while working hand-in-hand with the government is its financing partner-in-crime, the Federal Reserve System
(Central Bank) -- a counterfeiting / loan sharking operation whose debt-based monetary system adds compounding public
and private interest charges on top of taxes.
the Fed Gov and the Fed Bank are infested with Marxists and libtards.
Barker: Even liberal economists such as Nouriel Roubini agree that Marx’s
conviction that capitalism has an inbuilt tendency to destroy itself remains as prescient as ever.
Rebuttal: Wrong again, Bolshevik Barker. As previously stated, it is the ever-expanding indebted Federal
Government (State & Local too) and ever-inflating debt-money Federal Reserve that are crushing so many working
families into the ground -- not "capitalism" (free enterprise).
Echoing Marx, stupid
Libtard Savants continue to blame
private economy for the struggles of the working class, while ignoring the immensely destructive effects of confiscatory
taxation and printing press debt / inflation.
Barker: But this is
where the unanimity abruptly ends. While most are in agreement about Marx’s diagnosis of capitalism, opinion on how
to treat its “disorder” is thoroughly divided.
doesn't matter if modern libtards are divided as to how to treat the "disorder." If these Marxist morons all
accept a faulty diagnosis which fails to take into account the crushing levels of taxation and inflation -- and also
the break-up of the nuclear family -- as the main sources of decreasing living standards, then all "solutions"
are doomed to failure.
Barker: And this is where Marx’s originality and profound importance
as a philosopher lies.
Rebuttal: Oh what bloody stinking crap! Marx's only "originality"
regarding solutions to the social problems he wrote about was to call for unlimited political power to be handed over
to insane and unaccomplished jobless revolutionaries such as himself in a "dictatorship of the proletariat."
Barker: First, let’s be clear: Marx arrives at no magic formula for exiting the
enormous social and economic contradictions that global capitalism entails ...
Rebuttal: Ah, the obligatory truth gem! Thanks
for that, Barker. So if Marx has "no magic formula" to make the world a better place, then he actually has
no "profound importance as a philosopher" after all.
Barker: What Marx did
achieve, however, through his self-styled materialist thought, were the critical weapons for undermining capitalism’s
ideological claim to be the only game in town.
Wrong again, Barker. Marx was still in diapers while thinkers far greater than
he had already identified and fully diagnosed the injustices of Rothschild-owned Britain (where Marx published many articles
between 1850-1860) and European society in general. Though his stories were fictional, author Charles
Dickens, during the decade before Marx's Communist Manifesto, severely critiqued the social situation in books
such as Oliver Twist (1838) and A Christmas Carol (1843).
Going back even further, the genius Thomas
Jefferson, in an 1816 letter to Samuel Kerceval, had this to say about conditions in England:
"To preserve their independence,
we must not let our rulers load us with perpetual debt. We must make our election between economy and liberty, or profusion
and servitude. If we run into such debts, as that we must be taxed in our meat and in our drink, in our necessaries and our
comforts, in our labors and our amusements, for our callings and our creeds, as the people of England are,
our people, like them, must come to labor sixteen hours in the twenty-four, give the earnings of fifteen of these to the government
for their debts and daily expenses; and the sixteenth being insufficient to afford us bread, we must live, as they now do,
on oatmeal and potatoes; have no time to think, no means of calling the mismanagers to account; but be glad to obtain subsistence
by hiring ourselves to rivet their chains on the necks of our fellow-sufferers."
Jefferson wrote those words two years before Marx's bitch of a mother had even pooped him out. So
please, Mr. Barker, spare us this foolishness about Marx's "originality" in spotting the inequities and injustices
of the day.
1 & 2.
Thomas Jefferson and Charles Dickens not only spoke about the unjust conditions of 19th
Century England BEFORE Kooky Karl "discovered" these problems; but in Jefferson's case, he correctly diagnosed the
problem and knew the solution. 3. The unoriginal pretend
"philosopher" Marx was nothing but a hired hack who was distantly related to the Rothschilds. During his time in London, jobless Marx was so committed to revolutionary writing that his
family endured extreme poverty and hunger. His main income source was Frederick Engels, whose source in turn was his rich
Bakunin (below) was a true revolutionary socialist of the 19th Century who despised Marxism and regarded Marx as a Rothschild
tool of totalitarianism.
"Marx is a Jew and is surrounded
by a crowd of little, more or less intelligent, scheming, agile, speculating Jews, just as Jews are everywhere, commercial
and banking agents, writers, politicians, correspondents for newspapers of all shades; in short, literary brokers, just
as they are financial brokers, with one foot in the bank and the other in the socialist movement, and their arses sitting
upon the German press. They have grabbed hold of all newspapers, and you can imagine what a nauseating literature is the
outcome of it.
Now this entire Jewish world, which constitutes an exploiting sect, a people of leeches, a voracious parasite, Marx feels
an instinctive inclination and a great respect for the Rothschilds. This may seem strange. What could there be in common
between communism and high finance? Ho ho! The communism of Marx seeks a strong state centralization, and where this exists
there must inevitably exist a state central bank, and where this exists, there the parasitic Jewish nation, which speculates
upon the labor of the people, will always find the means for its existence.
In reality, this would be for the proletariat a barrack regime, under which the workingmen and the working closely
and intimately connected with one another, regardless not only of frontiers but of political differences as well - this
Jewish world is today largely at the disposal of Marx or Rothschild. I am sure that, on the one hand, the Rothschilds appreciate
the merits of Marx, and that on the other hand, women, converted into a uniform mass, would rise, fall asleep, work and live
at the beat of the drum; the privilege of ruling would be in the hands of the skilled and the learned, with a wide scope
left for profitable crooked deals carried on by the Jews, who would be attracted by the enormous extension of the international
speculations of the national banks." -- Mikhail Bakunin, Etude sur les
juifs allemands, 1869
Barker: In the “Communist
Manifesto,” Marx and Engels wrote: “The bourgeoisie has stripped of its halo every occupation hitherto honored
and looked up to with reverent awe. It has converted the physician, the lawyer, the priest, the poet, the man of science,
into its paid wage laborers.”
There is a bit of truth to that. The
money-grubbing of modern professionals, even worse today than in Marx's day, is undignified and degrading. But that's a problem
of declining morals and ethics, not one of "capitalism." And does it really require a "philosopher" to
point that out? Finally, what's Marx's "solution" then? Total government takeover with price and wage control over
of all the professions? No thanks!
Barker: The key factor in Marx’s intellectual legacy in our
present-day society is not “philosophy” but “critique,” or what he described in 1843 as “the
ruthless criticism of all that exists: ruthless both in the sense of not being afraid of the results it arrives at and in
the sense of being just as little afraid of conflict with the powers that be. The philosophers have only interpreted the world,
in various ways; the point is to change it,” he wrote in 1845.
Destroy! Destroy! Destroy! We'll figure out the "solutions" later on, after the glorious "revolution."
Barker: Racial and sexual oppression have been added
to the dynamic of class exploitation. Social justice movements like Black Lives Matter and #MeToo, owe something of an unspoken
debt to Marx through their unapologetic targeting of the “eternal truths” of our age. Such movements recognize,
as did Marx, that the ideas that rule every society are those of its ruling class and that overturning those ideas
is fundamental to true revolutionary progress.
the name of "justice" -- Destroy! Destroy! Destroy! Economy, politics, law, culture, art, history, science, literature,
philosophy, music, morals, tradition, family, gender roles -- and everything else (including millions of people!)
that is "bourgeoisie." Destroy! Destroy! Destroy!
Barker: But enlightened or rational thinking is not enough,
since the norms of thinking are already skewed by the structures of male privilege and social hierarchy, even down to the
language we use. Changing those norms entails changing the very foundations of society.
Rebuttal: And still: Destroy! Destroy! Destroy! (the real meaning of "change") Barker,
ironically, manifests the same philosophical deficiencies as he attributed to Marx in that he himself offers no solutions
-- other than the "revolutionary progress" that is the blind destruction of anything and everything related to the
existing societal order.
Barker: The transition to a new society where relations among people, rather than capital
relations, finally determine an individual’s worth is arguably proving to be quite a task.
Rebuttal: Actually, Barker, Hitler (oh my God! Did he just say the H-word?! )
achieved that lofty ideal in only a few years time. If you're truly sincere about building a better world not based on money,
money, money -- you ought to have a look at what Germany achieved under National Socialism.
1 & 2.The Marxist ideal (put forth by Marx as boob-bait for the Globalist trap) of a just and less class-centered
society in which people are judged upon social merit instead of "net worth" was actually achieved by the man the
Marxists hate more than anyone -- Adolf Hitler! 3. A 1932 Election poster demonstrates
the anti-class philosophy of the National Socialists: “Workers of the mind and hand! Vote for the front soldier Hitler."
Barker: Marx, as I have said,
does not offer a one-size-fits-all formula for enacting social change.
Rebuttal: Then drop that bearded ass-clown already!
Barker: But he does offer
a powerful intellectual acid test for that change.
Rebuttal: Wrong again, Barker. The only "intellectual acid test"
offered by Marx is the deadly and painful lessons learned from the many countries which suffered under the brutal
misrule of his Godless, heartless, soulless, brainless, traditionless and solutionless
disciples with their empty promises. Fortunately, many of those states (Russia, China, Eastern Europe) later regained
their senses and abandoned his junk philosophy.
The true-believing American and European libtards -- who remain oblivious to the realty that Marxism has always been,
and still is, nothing more than a tool of domestic dismantlement used for totalitarian Globalist objectives -- should do the
--- End of Rebuttal ---
We really hate the idea of having to summon up from the deepest pits of Hell that drunken, cigar-chomping,
plagiarizing, mass-murdering homosexual and possible boy-rapist Winston Churchill to support our position;
but in accordance with the principle that even broken clocks are right twice a day, we quote a line from his 1920
article about supporting Zionism over Bolshevism as a better path for the Jews, in which wicked Winnie dropped a profound
truth gem about Marxism, aka "Bolshevism":
movement among the Jews is not new. From the days of Spartacus-Weishaupt to those of Karl Marx, and down
to Trotsky (Russia), Bela Kun (Hungary), Rosa Luxembourg (Germany), and Emma Goldman (United States), this world-wide
conspiracy for the overthrow of civilization and for the reconstitution of society on the basis of arrested development, of
envious malevolence, and impossible equality, has been steadily growing." (3)
Tell it, Winnie. Tell it! “Envious malevolence” – so true!
Though he later
became a willing participant in the "worldwide conspiracy," even a fool like Zionist agent Churchill knew that "malevolent"
Marxism, as an envy-based social construct, had nothing to offer but "arrested development."
Are you the product of a broken or dysfunctional family? Become a “Red.”
Your boss is a jerk? Become a “Red.” No money & no job? Become a Red. Rejected by the girl you want? Become
a Red. Not exactly the “Belle of the Ball?” Become a “Red. Hate White people? Become a Red.
At the top end of the communist spectrum -- are you from an old line elite family
with tons of money and high-society privileges; but are bored to tears with your meaningless life and crave the excitement
that comes with being a high-level conspirator? Become a Red.
freak? Become a Red. Hate the healthy moral constraints associated with Christianity and religion in general? Become an atheistic
Red. Enjoy raping little boys, girls and even babies? Become a Red. Don’t actually care for Marxism, but want to magically
advance your career in the arts, entertainment, business or the sciences? Become a Red.
Membership, open or secret, in the Communist parties of the world offered both the
maladjusted misfits and the elite psychopaths described above the perfect vehicle for “getting even” with, or
just “getting ahead” in, the world at large. That is why Communism – generally a tool of Globalism -- is
not just wrong, but also very evil. And that is why Joe McCarthy and many others tried to stop the spread of this deadly societal
In service to The House of Rothschild’s grand conspiracy
of “The New World Order,” the communist / anarchist “Red” sub-conspiracy attracted ugly and/or angry
women (Senator Liz Warren, image 1), degenerate sons of elite families (Alger Hiss, image 2), and angry working people who
fell for Marx’s phony demagogic rallying cry: “Workers of the world, unite! You have nothing to lose but your
1: I read a piece in the New York Times stating that although Karl Marx's solutions to the problems of capitalism were lacking, his observations
have turned out to be correct.
In spite of communism's shortcomings, Marx's philosophical contributions cannot be denied.
Sugar: The only good communisst is a frickin' dead communisst!
(Palm to face, shaking head, sighing) -- You're gonna scrub that warpaint off. Not me!
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