Received it today in mail, tried to get the romanian version for several months without much luck and finally it’s available in English in US and Canada.
“Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels”
In the early nineteenth century, Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels developed the philosophy of dialectical materialism and their utopia of a classless society. At its core, this was a battle against God, belief, and the Church. Marx and Engels had been Christians in their youth – just as Soviet strongman Joseph Stalin was even a seminarian for several semesters. They fell away from the faith and elevated themselves and their teaching to the status of an ultimate principle that drove a superhuman potential for violence, bringing bloody terror and destruction to a large portion of the earth. When Marx and Engels were devising this ideology in the mid-nineteenth century, who could have imagined that they were writing the history of humanity?
In a poem written in his youth, Karl Marx revealed his gloomy objectives:
In a prayer of despair I will build myself a throne.
Cold and huge will be its summit,
Its bulwark will be superhuman horror,
And its marshal will be gloomy agony!
In the Manifesto of the Commuist Party of 1848, it is still there for everyone to read:
But Communism abolishes eternal truths, it abolishes all religion and all morality, instead of constituting them on a new basis; it therefore acts in contradiction to all past historical experience… (Communists) openly declare that their ends can be attained only by the forcible overthrow of all existing social conditions.
Marx’s private life was a wreck. His two daughters and his son-in-law committed suicide. He lived on financial assistance from Friedrich Engels and from seeking inheritances. For example, of his uncle he said: “If the dog dies now, I’ll be out of this jam.” Not only was his own family ruined, but the family as an institution was to be shattered; and for Marx, deep down, it was always a battle against God:”The secret to the Holy Family is the earthly family. To make the former disappear, the latter must be destroyed, in theory and in practice.” Marx and Engels reinterpreted the matter of women as a class issue. In his 1884work The Origin of the Family, Private Property and the State,Engels wrote:”The first class antagonism appearing in history coincides with the development of the antagonism of man and wife in monogamy, and the first class oppression with that of the female by the male sex.” He saw integration of women into the production process as a necessary condition for their liberation. To Communist revolutionaries, “bourgeois morals” impeded achievement of the classless society, because it was in marriage that the first class antagonism arose.
All sexual revolutionaries in the twentieth century have their spiritual roots in Marxism. It didn’t bother leftist intellectuals a bit that those executing this ideology subjugated entire peoples through State terror and slaughtered countless millions who stood in the way of their “Utopia.” Apparently not every ideology is discredited by the mass murder it brings”