Marxism

An uninterrupted line from Marx’s Das Kapital to today

By Lani Kass, PhD
Former Professor of Military Strategy and Operations, National War College
STARRS Board of Advisors

The globalist march toward a “one world government” is scarier than most people realize—and straight out of Marx, Engels and Lenin playbook:

1. The “one world government” is the modern day interpretation of the Utopia described by Marx and Engels, which will follow the “withering away of the nation state.”

2. Both Marx and Engels realized that the middle class was the biggest obstacle to the establishment of the communist utopia. In England and Germany, communism didn’t take hold in the wake of the industrial revolution because trade unions offered the middle class social and economic benefits, thus differentiating them from the “proletariat”, which was the designated “engine of the revolution because they had nothing to lose but their chains.”

3. Engels, who is much less known in the West today, wrote extensively about the MILITARY as the “vanguard” of the communist revolution and, therefore “agitation and propaganda” should be directed at the military, especially in the wake of a military defeat.  Indeed, the Russian military WAS the engine of the Bolshevik Revolution in October 1917–the first shots being fired by the battleship Aurora in St Petersburg. The military was also the engine of numerous coups in the Third World most sponsored by the USSR.

4. When the “historically determined” revolutions didn’t take place in the industrialized West, Marx and Engels accepted Lenin’s original position that peasantry could play the role of the “proletariat”. The Soviet Union and China were the test cases. Mao and Ho Chi Min ran with this notion. Lenin believed the peasants/military-based Russian Revolution would serve as the “spark to ignite world revolution”. That, of course, didn’t happen so Lenin had to come up with another explanation and engine for the revolution.

5. In 1917, Lenin wrote “Imperialism, the Highest Stage of Capitalism”. The logic in this little known treatise is fundamental to understanding what has happened and is happening with DEI and world government. Lenin wrote that the reason the proletariat wasn’t successful in ending capitalism was exploitation of colonised people/nations. The imports from the colonies fed and satisfied the middle class, produced a global banking and trade system, and protected the otherwise doomed capitalism from its historically preordained demise.

6. Soon, “decolonisation” and support of “National Liberation Movements” in Africa, Asia, and Latin America became the tool to promote the revolution. That was the objective of establishing the COMINTERN in 1919 and the ensuing Soviet support for those “Liberation Movements”—e.g., India, Vietnam, Cambodia, Cuba, Egypt, Algeria, Palestine (the PLO), Congo, Angola, etc. The objective was to both weaken the Western colonial powers and create a network of friendly (AKA non-aligned) states on the global stage, at the UN, international organizations etc. THAT IS THE ORIGIN OF THE ONE WORLD GOVERNMENT NOTION.

7. The KGB fomented insurgencies world-wide and educated the future leaders in the Patrice Lumumba University established in Moscow in 1960. Palestinian Authority “President” Mahmoud Abbas, has a Ph.D. from the “Patrice Lumumba Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia”. His thesis is straight up Holocaust denial. The university still exists, with 38,484 students and 8,586 staff. It’s internationally rated among the top 150 universities in the world. Besides Abbas, other notable alumni are: Ali Khamenei, Supreme Leader of Iran; Anna Chapman, the spy/model/celebrity; Carlos the Jackal—Ilich Ramirez Sanchez of Venezuela; Daniel Ortega, President of Nicaragua; Jeanne d’Arc Mujawamaiya, Minister of Environment of Rwanda and a key perpetrator of the genocide there, etc.

8. The KGB and Khrushchev realized that the US wasn’t a colonial power and the only way to weaken it was from within, by stoking and amplifying racial tensions. He famously said in May 1963: “We will take America without firing a shot. We don’t have to invade the US. We will destroy you from within”. That, of course, followed his equally famous Nov 1956 statement, “Whether you like it or not, history is on our side. We will bury you”.

9. The connections between the KGB/CPSU and the Black Panthers, Angela Davis, Eldridge Cleaver, Malcolm X, Students for Democratic Society (SDS), the Weather Underground, Puerto Rico Independence Party (PIP—responsible for the shooting of 5 US Congressmen on March 1, 1954)—Marco Savio’s The Free Speech Movement, etc. are all well known. It’s been suspected but never proven that MLK had KGB connections as well. And, of course, the anti-Vietnam war protests were originally orchestrated by and in Moscow—all with the objective of “destroying the US from within”. 

10. There’s unfortunately no evidence to confirm Ronald Reagan’s 1961 statement that “Nikita Khrushchev said: we can’t expect the American people to jump from capitalism to communism, but we can assist their elected leaders by giving them small doses of Socialism, until they awaken one day to find they have communism.” Nonetheless, Reagan’s speech “Encroaching Control” of July 28, 1961 is very prescient—more than 5 decades later.

Add Marcuse and his Frankfurt school, the CPUSA, BLM, ANTIFA, violent environmental movements (Earth Liberation Front, Deep Green Resistance, Animal Liberation Front), WEF, etc, and you’ll see an uninterrupted line from Marx’s Das Kapital (1867) to today.


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