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Real Marxists are devoid of Principles, as all the world recognizes the term Principles. Still, until perfect worldly utopia is achieved, Marxists must appear to be men of principle for purely political reasons. Perfect worldly utopia is, of course, a politically convenient straw target; the real goal of Marxism is and always was absolute dictatorship. Believe it or not, most Marxist ideologues still don’t even know that. The whole, sole aim of Marxism is the seizure of all economic and political power by any means necessary.
The first Marxist principle is, of course, The Ends Justify The Means. In the effort of achieving the ultimate End, Marxists adopt the second Marxist principle, which says that You Can’t Make An Omelet Without Breaking Some Eggs. Achieving ultimate economic, political and social power is not necessarily a pretty process, and if people must die in the process, then so be it. When all else fails, and trickery and treachery alone do not provide the ultimate End, then all good Marxists need to be ready to say Shut Up And Get On The Cattle Car to the last hold-outs and resistors of the process. Like I said, achieving societal perfection is not a pretty process, and real Marxists need to be fully prepared to do whatever nasty things are deemed necessary to achieve that final End.
The ends justify the means.
You can’t make an omelet without breaking some eggs.
Shut up and get on the cattle car.
Another Marxist “principle” involves the deconstruction and perversion of real history under the title of Historical Materialism, and the notion that all of history is the story of class struggle with the “natural” inevitable end of the perfect utopian world state of Communism. (It’s just that nature needs to be helped along a little.) So, theoretically, every war in history has had some aspect of class warfare and the need for workers to overthrow the exploiters. See? So, Attila the Hun was really looking for better wages, or to own the means of production or something.
Here are some quotes regarding the history of Marxism, so far, to consider when trying to determine the “principles” and “values” behind the words of any Marxist.
They do not value human life. They hold nothing to be sacred.
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