Thursday, 8 October 2020

Marxism: Seeking total destruction


"Economically, Marxian socialism seeks to destroy private property, the price system, the division of labour, the system of profit and loss, wage-labour competition, and material wealth. Politically it seeks to destroy the rule of law, constitutionalism, separation of powers, and civil rights as bourgeois sensibilities. Morally, it seeks to destroy individual rights and all bourgeois virtues. Epistemologically, it seeks to destroy the independent thought and free choice of all men, And metaphysically, it seeks to change, and ultimately to destroy, human nature itself." 

~ C. Bradley Thompson, from his talk 'Why Marxism? (Evil Laid Bare),' commemorating the millions that credo murdered.


PS: For those like me who prefer reading to watching videos, a lightly-edited transcript of his talk is here. [Paywall, but worth it.]

PPS: Here's the perfect metaphor ...


[Hat tip Rust Watkins]
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1 comment:

  1. Economically, Marxian socialism seeks to destroy private property, the price system, the division of labour, the system of profit and loss, wage-labour competition, and material wealth.


    Wow! Marxism sounds a lot like low interest rates and quantitative easing.

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