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Karl Marx: The Socialist Revolutionary

Karl Marx: The Socialist Revolutionary

His writings inspired the great revolutionary
movements of the 20th Century, leading to the dictatorial rise of men like Josef Stalin
and Mao Zedong. He lived a life of poverty and obscurity,
content to let others take the limelight and aware that his ideas would not be realized
during his lifetime. We remember him as the Father of Communism,
yet the version that took hold in Soviet Union and China bore little resemblance to what
he had envisioned. In this week’s Biographics, we discover
the man who was Karl Marx. Early Years
Karl Marx was born on May 5th, 1818 in the historic German town of Trier. His was an upper middle-class family, with
his father, Heinrich, doing well as a lawyer. Karl’s mother, Henrietta, was from a wealthy
Dutch family. The family was Jewish, but Heinrich had converted
to Christianity the year before Karl was born in order to avoid the harsh laws that were
being imposed upon Jews. Karl was the third of nine children. He became the oldest son when his brother,
Moritz, died in 1919. The young Karl was a lively child who was
prone to getting into trouble. He was homeschooled by his father to the age
of twelve, at which time he entered Trier High School. The headmaster of the school, Hugo Wyttenbach,
took an instant liking to the inquisitive young Marx and helped to mold his early philosophical
ideas. Wyttenbach taught liberal ideas to his students
and employed young liberal humanists as teachers. As a result, the school developed a reputation
as a fomenter of dangerous ideologies. In 1832, Wyttenbach was placed under surveillance
by the authorities, with the school being searched for subversive materials. Off to University
Karl graduated from the school at the age of 17. He furthered his studies at Bonn University,
enrolling as a law student in October, 1835. He found the workload during his first semester
to be extremely challenging. By the beginning of 1836, he had reduced his
attendance to a part time level. He spent most nights at local pubs and often
woke up the next day with a hangover, limiting the amount of focus he could give to his studies. On one occasion he was arrested for public
intoxication. After a year of wasting his efforts at the
University of Bonn, Marx’s father put his foot down. He transferred his wayward son to the University
of Berlin and ordered him to start getting serious about his education. The summer before his transfer to Berlin University,
Karl returned home to Trier. He began a romance with a young woman named
Jenny von Westphalen, who he had known since childhood. Before leaving for University in October,
Karl proposed and the two were engaged. The move to Berlin University served its purpose
of encouraging Marx to get serious about his studies. He replaced late night carousing with membership
in a number of philosophical societies. He became interested in the ideas of German
philosopher G.W.F Hegel, and the ideas that he mulled over saw expression in a number
of essays and treatises that he began working on. Karl’s bright academic star was diminished
in May, 1838 with the death of his father. He had a great deal of respect and love for
Heinrich and was shattered by the loss. His father had been supporting him financially
and the sudden loss of this support imposed a financial hardship on him. This was a great concern to the Westphalens,
who were now convinced that Karl would not be able to support their daughter as his bride. But the young couple continued their courtship,
albeit by long distance, anyway. Focusing on Philosophy
Following his father’s death, Marx shifted the focus of his studies from law to philosophy. His goal was to graduate with honors and then
secure a position at the university as a philosophy lecturer. On order to help fund his studies, he sought
work as a journalist. He secured a position with the most controversial
newspaper in the region, the Rheinische Zeitung, or Rhineland News. The paper expressed vocal opposition to the
Prussian occupation of the Rhineland. On October, 1842, Karl Marx became the editor-in-chief
of the paper. It was through this paper that Marx first
began writing about Communism and what form a possible Communist government could take. But, when he openly criticized Russian monarch,
Tsar Nicholas I, it was a step too far. The Prussian authorities moved in and shut
down the paper. Marx was now an unemployed journalist. But that didn’t stop he and Jenny from marrying
on June 19th, 1843. The ceremony took place in a Protestant church,
and was attended by members of both families, though many of the Westphalen clan muttered
that Jenny was marrying below her station. However, the marriage was to last until the
couple were parted by death. France Beckons
Karl and Jenny moved in with Jenny’s mother. They lived off the mother’s stipend as Karl
tried to restart his writing career. He managed to get a gig working for a French
based newspaper called Deutsch-Franzosische Jahrbucher that had as its audience far leftists
in the Rhineland. The paper had been started by German socialist
Arnold Ruge who was based in Paris. In October, 1843, Marx and his wife moved
to Paris and boarded with Ruge and his wife. In 1844, Jenny gave birth to their first child. This made the living conditions extremely
cramped and so the Marx’s moved into their own apartment. As well as publishing the newspaper, Marx
and Ruge worked together on two treatises, that would become very controversial. The second of them was called ‘On the Jewish
Question’. Even though Marx was of Jewish ancestry himself,
the pamphlet comes across as quite anti-Semitic. In it, he wrote for the first time of the
proletariat, a working-class band of revolutionaries, who would throw off the yoke of religion and
other cultural bonds to finally unite the masses. Soon after, Marx moved on from working with
Ruge, finding employment with the Pairs based newspaper Vorwarts, of Forward, which targeted
Germans living in France. The paper was sponsored by the League of the
Just, made up of German immigrants who believed in a Communist system where everyone enjoyed
economic equality. It was while working for Vorwarts that Marx
met and formed an alliance with Friedrich Engels. The two men immediately gelled, with their
ideas converging into what would be called Classical Marxism. Marx was inspired by a report that Engels
had written called ‘The Conditions of the Working Class in England’, being convinced
more than ever that the working class would eventually rise up to overthrow their oppressors. Engels came from a wealthy family and, over
the years, he would prop up Marx financially time and again. The revolutionary ideas that Marx was espousing
through his writings soon came to the attention of the Prussian authorities, who put pressure
on him to leave France. The Interior Ministry shut down Vorwarts and
Marx was given 24 hours to leave the country. He decided to relocate to Brussels, Belgium
with his wife and baby joining him a few days later. Brussels
Belgium was a liberal, free thinking country and so was a natural fit for the leftist philosophies
of Karl Marx. Soon after, settling in Brussels, Jenny became
pregnant with the couple’s second child. Back in Germany, Marx’s mother-in-law became
concerned that her daughter wouldn’t be able to cope with the stress of starting anew
with one small child and another one on the way. She sent her maid-servant, Helen Demuth, to
Brussels to help her cope. Helen would, from then on be a permanent member
of the Marx household. Unknown to Marx, the Prussian government was
putting pressure on the Belgians to kick him out. As a result, he experienced frustrating delays
in his efforts to obtain permanent residency. In order to get residency granted, he had
to promise not to get involved in local political issues or espouse his political views. He then proceeded to find loopholes that would
allow him to spread his ideas. In 1847, he published a treatise entitled
The Poverty of Philosophy, which challenged an earlier tract by French leftist Pierre-Joseph
Proudhon called The Philosophy of Poverty. The Poverty of Philosophy was a stepping stone
toward Marx’s most impressive and famous work, The Communist Manifesto. In order to get direct experience of the conditions
of the working class, he traveled to England in 1845 along with Friedrich Engels. They toured factories and slums, witnessing
the terrible working and the even worse living conditions. After six weeks in England, Marx returned
to Brussels fully equipped to produce his magnum opus. Two weeks later, the 30-page pamphlet was
ready for the presses. The Communist Manifesto was published on February
21, 1848. In it, Marx stated that the bourgeoisie were
‘their own grave diggers’, with their exploited workers rising up to overthrow them. Hard Times
Soon after the Manifesto’s publication, the second French revolt broke out. The monarch was cast aside and a democratic
government put in place. Back in Belgium, Marx was arrested for subversive
activity. Upon his release, he made the decision to
head to a reinvigorated and freer France. The Marx family’s relocation was helped
by the belated inheritance he received from his father’s estate. Most of that money, though, was poured into
starting another newspaper, the Neue Rheinische Zeitung. Engels worked on the paper, providing the
latest news and happenings from Europe. Soon after moving to France, Marx joined the
Communist League, which had been formed by members of the Jacobin Club after the revolution
to prevent the aristocracy from reasserting itself. Their methods of doing so were so drastic
that the time period became known as the ‘reign of terror’. The French authorities viewed the Communist
League as the reinstituted Jacobin Club under a different name. This brought official scrutiny upon the League,
with Marx being arrested several times. Initially the police were unable to directly
link him to any subversive activity and no prosecution was brought against him. But things changed when Prussian king, Fredrick
William IV, took a personal interest in stomping out every leftist movement in his realm. It didn’t take long for his attention to
go to the Paris based leftist newspaper run by Karl Marx. For the second time in his life, he was expelled
from France. Marx had poured all of his financial resources
into the paper. With it shut down, he was left with nothing. Just to get enough money for passage out of
France, he had to visit a pawn shop and hock the family silver. He received support from a couple of German
socialists who raised money to help the Marx family get reestablished. However, the help turned out to be a double-edged
sword. The benefactors had painted Marx to be in
such a poor, demoralized condition in order to secure support that Karl was treated as
a laughing stock when he returned. Marx was not pleased with this reception. He stated that . . .
The greatest financial difficulties are preferable to public begging! London In June, 1849, the Marx family of four relocated
yet again. The destination this time was London, England. It was their final move, with the famous German
spending the rest of his life amongst the English. Not long after the Marx’s resettled in London,
the disbanded French Communist League reformed in the city. The leaders of the movement wanted to bring
about an immediate revolt of the working classes in London, which would, ideally, spread across
the entire continent. Marx viewed these goals as unrealistic and
labeled the leaders of the Communist League as unrealistic dreamers. He was firmly convinced that overthrow would
come but believed that it had to evolve gradually. He wasn’t concerned if the revolution didn’t
occur in his own lifetime. He was happy to plant the seeds that would
come to fruition at a later time. As it turned out, the first Communist revolution
didn’t happen for another 68 years. In London, Marx focused on bringing reforms
on a small scale. He championed the rights of the poor and advocated
for voting rights and freedom of speech. For their first few months in London, the
Marx family were among the poor of London, only surviving thanks to the financial support
provided by Friedrich Engels. The financial strain was lifted in 1851 when
Marx secured a position as a European correspondent for the New York Daily Tribune. At the start, Engels had to translate the
articles that Marx wrote. Before long, Karl taught himself English and
was able to translate for himself. At the time, the New York Daily Tribune was
the most widely read newspaper in the United States. The paper paid him two hundred pounds per
year in order to provide two articles per week. Still, it was never quite enough, and the
family struggled to make ends meet. In 1852, Marx was concerned with what was
taking place across the English Channel. A second French Revolution had erupted and
a new Napoleon, the nephew of the first, seized power, establishing himself as the new emperor. Marx was frustrated at how the French working
people could allow another dictator to rule over them. He wrote a book called The Eighteenth Brumaire
of Louis Napoleon, which mocked the new emperor. In it, he placed the blame on both the French
working class for being sucked in by the dictator and on the proletariat for being gullible
to Napoleon’s promise to keep the masses in check. In his book, he summed it up this way . . .
The struggle seems to be settled in such a way that all classes, equally impotent and
equally remote, fall on their knees before the rifle butt. New York Correspondent
As a correspondent for the New York Daily Tribune, Marx was in a unique position to
give an outside perspective on the American Civil War. He predicted that the election of Abraham
Lincoln would lead to civil war and that the war would greatly impact the British economy,
with its textile industry relying on exports of cotton from the American south. He was right on both counts, with the slowdown
in trade being termed the Cotton Famine. Many British factory workers lost their jobs,
providing the British government with the incentive to provide financial aid to prop
up the Confederate cause. Marx was quick to point out the hypocrisy
in Britain’s position. Having outlawed slavery itself, Britain was
now supporting the slave owning Southern states in order to boost her own economy. His articles were published in the Tribune
without dissent until the paper changed its pro-Abolitionist stance and began calling
for an immediate cessation to hostilities. From now on, articles had to be neutral in
their tone. This was a disaster for Marx, who, unwilling
to compromise his principles, tendered his resignation. Once more, Karl Marx was unemployed. It was terrible timing, with financial pressures
having mounted even before his leaving the paper. On top of that, Jenny was sick with a bout
of smallpox. With nowhere else to turn, Marx sought relief
from Friedrich Engels. However, Engels was grieving the recent death
of his wife and the letter from Karl requesting relief was not taking kindly. After three days of stewing on the matter
he sent the following reply . . . You will find it natural that my own trouble
and your frosty reception of it made it positively impossible for me to answer you earlier. All my friends . . . have shown me on this
occasion, which was bound to touch me very nearly, more sympathy and friendship than
I could expect. You found the moment suitable to enforce the
superiority of your cold thought processes. Marx was surprised and upset that he had unwittingly
insulted Engels. He quickly wrote back, in the process giving
us insight as to just how desperate his situation was . . .
My wife and children will bear me witness that when your letter came, I was much shattered
by the death as one of those nearest to me. But when I wrote to you in the evening, it
was under the impression of very desperate conditions. I had the landlord’s broker in the house,
the butcher protesting my cheque, shortage of coals and food, and little Jenny in bed. In such circumstances, I can generally save
myself only by cynicism. Das Kapital
The two men quickly made up and Engels once more provided financial support to keep the
Marx family afloat. Before long, however, Marx faced a new crisis. While his wife’s health improved, his own
began to deteriorate. Boils erupted all over his body, causing great
pain and discomfort. He suffered on as he completed his latest
work, Das Kapital. The work was published in Berlin in 1867. In it, he emphasized the surplus value of
labor and the impact that machines would have on the workforce. Das Kapital was a success but that didn’t
translate to financial stability for the ever-struggling family. Marx’s mother once made the salient comment
. . . If only Karl had made capital, instead of
just writing about it. When Marx’s daughter Laura got engaged to
a struggling medical student named Paul Lafargue, her protective father sought to save her from
the same mistake her mother had made – marrying a man who was ill-prepared to care for her. He strongly objected to the marriage, only
relenting when he gained the assurance that the young man was able to care for his daughter
financially. By 1869, Marx was actively working as an ambassador
for an organization called International Working Men’s Association, which endeavored to bring
the world of communism together under a single umbrella. In 1870, France declared war on Germany. Among the International Working Men’s Association
there was division between those who were in favor of the war and those who were against
it. Marx was keen for Germany to ‘give the French
a good drubbing’, believing that it would lead to resurgence of socialism in France. Following the defeat of Napoleon III, a coalition
of International Worker’s members and French citizens combined to take control of Paris. After two months they were overthrown by the
French authorities. For that short period of time, Marx saw the
embodiment of his proletarian revolt. It’s overthrow by the establishment convinced
him that . . . The working class cannot simply lay hold of
ready-made state machinery, and wield it for its own purposes. For a take-over of power to be successful,
Marx reasoned, there had to be an existing infrastructure ready to replace the old one. The Final Years
For the last decade of his life, Karl Marx struggled with health problems and financial
survival. During this period, he produced just one work
of note, in which he commented on what he termed the ‘dictatorship of the proletariat’. He expressed his firm belief that the masses
needed to work together in the coming revolution without allowing for a dominant leader to
rise. Unfortunately, that is precisely what happened
in many of the Communist revolutions of the 20th Century. On December 2, 1881, Karl’s life-long companion,
Jenny, died. She had been in terrible pain with cancer
of the liver for months. Her last words to Karl were ‘good’, indicating
that she was happy that her pain was at an end. Following Jenny’s death, Marx fell into
a deep depression. At the prompting of his life-long friend,
Friedrich Engels, he took a holiday to Algiers. After two months he returned to England. Just as he was beginning to get back on his
feet, he received another blow when his daughter Jenny Caroline died of bladder cancer at the
age of 38. With the loss of his two Jenny’s, Marx gave
up the will to live. He hung on for another two months, racked
by pain and living in poverty. The end came on March 14, 1883, when his body
succumbed to a combination of bronchitis and pleurisy. The man was gone but his ideas survived to
have a massive impact on the coming century.

Reader Comments

  1. Karl Marx’s writing of the communist manifesto is one of the long term causes of the majority of the worlds problems, prove me wrong

  2. Unless one has read, and understood, Karl Marx's meticulous analysis of the capitalist system,
    one cannot make any sense as to why we humans have become mere automatons desiring things we don't need, and why we have become mere slaves of mindless consumption. The watch ad is self evident.

  3. I've read marx, several articles and books. I think after seeing everything hed see capitalism as the true revolutionary system. Workers having unions is much better and SO much more fair than centralized control of resources and economic activity

  4. Stalin, like Lenin, completely endorsed the selling of goods for money.

    He simply 'insisted' that no one but himself be allowed to do so.

  5. Sometimes I feel sympathy for Marx, he tried to create a better world but caused most of today's problems

  6. Dislike, for the shameless ad for crappy Chinese watches. Which coincidentally is Communist made.

  7. Let's face it some guys get unemployed it does not mean they failed…. there were many factory workers who eat good food and wore good clothes Meh who cares about those idiots… LONG LIVE COMRADE

  8. As someone who's mother tongue is german, it is cute hearing how you pronounce the names of the newspapers or other german words. But I guess same would be, if I would talk about something in english

  9. I like how Marx actually did nothing wrong but write a meme manifesto as a god tier shitpost only for it to ends up being followed by two faggots, stalin and lenin, like nigga its just a prank bro wtf u doing im just a philosopher not an economist lmao

  10. Das Kapital was published in Hamburg in 1867! It is even written on the first page of the book. Check 16:48 !

  11. Karl Marx is the biggest joke in human history, he never worked a day in his life, he never held nor ran for political office, he never worked for/created a business, he was a couch/system surfing leech that used off of others. His social/economic/political beliefs have caused more levels of mass genocide than I dare say the black plague. If only someone could go back in time and stop this fucker from being born (the only abortion I could justify) before his political abnormalities destroyed the world.

  12. He wasn't half as funny as his brother groucho….they never even gave him a part in 'A day at the races'

  13. Thanks to Marx millions and millions of people have died horribly because his utter pie in the sky utopia ideas. It's mostly lazy ass people who subscribe to Communism. In Capitalism there is upward mobility NOT in Marxism which just is just theft from those who do work. The poor never hire anyone.

  14. 200 pounds in 1851 was like 26,000 pounds today thats like 60k NZD thats middle class not even working class smh. Couldn't live on that?

  15. Nothing says Karl Marx like Vincero watches. Vincero watches: Make sure you're wearing Vincero while overthrowing the bourgeoisie. Vincero, the preferred luxury watch of the proletariat.

  16. Do you ever check or edit videos? You have glaring mistakes in just about every one on all your channels. Karl Marx was born in 1818 and his brother died in 1918 leaving Karl the oldest son? Just what facts can we believe when you are so messy?

  17. He wrote 45 something ideas to destroy Capitalism (basically America), the family unit, anti-God (he became an Atheist), etc….Any way the book that investigated Marx's Manifesto and Communist Russia, was called: The Naked Communist, by an ex-FBI agent ( W. Cleon Skousen),and he presented the 45 something Communist goals to take over America to Congress.

  18. bad place for comment, but i kept seeing aristotle, and saw socrates. but can you make plato?

    That led me to think of archimedes, and thought that making videos of other STEM people, especially math and physics would be cool.

    Einstein, Feynmann, Riemann, Gauss, Euler, Grothendeick, Ramanajun, Galois, Maxwell, Tesla, Faraday, Currie, Bohr, Rutherford, and Planck come to mind.

  19. Priceless, a drunken college kid of privilege, living off others and lecturing others whom he is living off that they are evil. Socialism at its best, the problem is that eventually you run out of someone else’s money.

  20. Lol how ironic , speaks of Marx and his criticism of Capitalism, goes on to sell us on "Vincero watches"

  21. Dictatorship is what happened in many of Communist governments??? Or better said ALL of the Comi governments?

  22. I love it. He wrote about capitol but didn't earn it lol communism right there for you. Do what I say, not as I do

  23. I wonder if he would still hold the same opinions if he knew the of the millions that would die because of them….

  24. "I wish my son would go out and earn capital instead of just writing about it." Is my favorite quote about Karl. It was said by his mother of all people lol

  25. Thank you, awesome. We seem to be lacking prominent female or other national figures. This may be a good direction to move this amazing series.

  26. I belive karl marx himself did not see the 20th century….wonder how his elder brother..lived as long as 1919…hmmmmmm…1:17.

  27. I just watched a PragerU video, and it was so incredibly factually incorrect, and misleading. I needed to find this video right after to refresh my brain lol.

  28. Freedom of speech and right to vote is something I agree with the loser on. However, the rest of his life is really unremarkable and quite expected when he seemed to always look for handouts instead of grabbing the bull by the horns himself. It is terrible the way his wife and daughter went however the rest is pointedly ridiculous however he still had the right to speak his mind.

  29. More White Anglo-JEW Scum Lies. Nothing about how Marx is a JEW, a British JEW. The British Aristocracy financed Marx's work.Its no coincidence the Top 3 Economies are ALL British colonies, And the Jew /Rothschilds wear the Crown. No coincidence that the top 3 Porn industries are ALL British colonies. America, Japan, China. Korea is the only country in the G20 without a Porn "INDUSTRY." America is a Replica of the Jo-seon Dynasty. Queen Victoria ,Rothschilds Blamed Jo-seon for the loss of the British Empire.Jo-seons/Koreas Meritocracy weakened the Aristocracy which ended Feudalism. Queen Victoria/Rothschilds " If Jo-seon is where the Meritocracy Emits from, we will Extinguish that Light". Jo-seon..Light from the East", Gateway to the East". Conservative Party was created to return Feudalism,, Rich and Religious Few to Britain, Europe. Its first candidate..Benjamin DISRAELI. Financed by the British Aristocracy and Rothschilds.
    Japan and China were British colonies since the 1500s. In 1861, Queen Victoria told her "Oriental" colonies…Yellow, Colonized People. If they Invaded Korea…the ONLY country to Beat the British Empire. Japan would be"Honorary Whites" and would be the "New" KOREA. The Accord of 1861. Japan was transformed from a Colonial Whorehouse to a Military, Economy Rivaling Britain. The Rothschilds almost went Bankrupt.
    In 1875…Britain Declared War on Korea..Benjamin Disraelis First Act of British PM. America, Japan, China, Australia Attacked Korea. Britain LOST.BAD. It took Britain, Rothschilds, Japan, China 35 years to Invade Korea in 1910.
    Japan FAILED to Destroy Korea, because Hitler Turned Japan against their Jew, Anglo Masters. WW2, prevented Japan, America from Erasing Korea. America, China Invaded Korea in the Korean War, because Koreawas going to Invade Japan.
    By 1991, Korea Developed Faster than America, Rothschilds Backed Japan. Korea Leapfrogged 150 yrs in 30. By 1991, Korras Economy was greater than Japans. The Japanese couldnt even Improve o n what the Anglos/Jews gave them. E$x. FORD created Mitsubishi, Mazda, Nissan. Rolls Royce-Hanley created Toyota, Honda. RCA Victor created SONY. everything "Japanese" comes from America, Britain companies.
    In 1991. America, Rothschilds, Britain gave Communist China Favored Nation Status. Again, America, Jews gave China EVERYTHING to destroy Korea economically, because Japan failed.
    Queen Victoria , Rothschilds Created America, Japan, China to Destroy Korea/Jo-seon Dynasty. Because Korea is the Meritocracy was born and spread from. Also Korea was called the Hermit Kingdom, because Korea Refused to be part of the International Slave Trade.
    Korea could have BEEN the Richest, Powerful country to day if Korea didnt Reject the Jew Offer. Winston Churchill called Korea..The most dangerous of ALL Peoples.." Jo-seon has the Ability to Rule the world, Rejects power and wealth".
    Korea is the ONLY 5500 yr Culture in human History. Korea has never invaded, Enslaved another Peoples, But Korea has NEVR been Conquered as well. The ONLY Linear Culture.
    Queen Victoria, Rothschilds Plan was to Destroy the Meritocracy and bring thr=e Return of Feudalism. And Korea was in the Way, Just like Today.

  30. Youve been lied to for 150 yrs. The Accord of 1861.Queen Victoria, Rothschilds. Recreate the "Orientals".. Colonized, Yellow people. Japan, China in the Image of Jo-seon/Korea, then Destroy Korea. The English language will do the Rest. Maps, Books have been destroyed. History, Facts Distorted., Rewritten, The FACT that you mentioned KPOP, SE Asian females. YOU sound like a Bitter White female., just like a Bitter "White Ninja". BTW, it was White/Western women that exposed Koreas culture to the World, the same culture that White ENGLISH speaking males and JEWS try to Erase since the Accord of 1861.
    Dont elevate the Japanese, Chinese as you hide behind them. RESENTMENT was the White Anglo males undoing. 150 YRS OF lies.

    British, French Protestant merchants carried Koreas culture throughout Europe beginnning in the 1400s. Thats why Protestant countries are so heavily laden with Koreas culture, America is a Replica of Korea. The MERITOCRACY is Koreas,.
    Only Koreans use Metal Utensils..Silver, Steel Brass for thousands of years. And Ceramic plates, Celadon. There is no Chinaware. Whites BEGAN using utensils in the mid 16oos..Silver, Steel. Brass.
    CoCo Chanel.. "European Men, Women have been adopting Koreas culture for centuries, We are all Korean". ALL of Europes great artists, designers have said the same. YOU wear Korean clothing.. The Tuxedo/Top Hat. Ballgown, Purse, Hats, Lingerie..Bras, Panties, SILK.
    The French Nobility in the 17th cent, are Koreas Nobility . @t. Or could be in a Paris fashion show [email protected] or @t, thats your Prom dress. But koreas dress for thousnds of years. Images that are a Blank in the Anglo-Jew world. [email protected] A Pilgrims Hat..Protestant. @t the buckle.
    The Famed "Ninja, Katana AND the Cavalry officer/Sabre. Both from Korea.Jo-seon Dynasty. Only Korea crarries a Blade AND Bow on their thigh. Thats why America/WEst..World, uses Tae Kwon Do and Special Melee Tactics..Koreas. But America/Anglos , JEWS say..Japan, China, Like YOU did out of Resentment. Look.. This is from the 1870s, it could have been from 500 BC or [email protected]
    THE Cavalry Officer, Koreas. He looks like the 3 Muskateers or any Western cavalry officer. See the Wide brimmed Hat and Feather, that is Koreas since the GoGoryeo period..1000 BC. @t the Tassel or rope of SILK. on his hat. Just like Western graduation caps. In Korea , Nobility was Earned. not hereditary. A Standardized Test, the First. Half Academic, Ha;lf Martial. The Martial Test was given a Peacock feather. Pass the Academic portion of the Test, a Rope of Silk was given, Why? Because in Korea. Books were bound with SILK. And the Printing press is NOT from Germany. Not Guttenbergs press. Korea created the First Press 400 years earlier. The German Ambassador to Korea.." Germany Adopted Koreas Printing press , but the English keep Insisting, WE Germans made it.
    Why does America/Anglos keep Insisting Japan, China other clountries Created Koreas Culture? REmember Queen Victoroia.The Englishlanguage will Distort History.

  31. Lol a socialist (can you call Marx a Marxist? Seems weird) spent most of his time depending on a wealthier person to fund him. Shouldn't have got that philosophy degree mate. How little times have changed.

  32. He banged his maid, that he paid NOTHING and wouldn't acknowledge his son by her. He sponged off Engels most of his life, indirectly living off his workers; he took peoples' goods and didn't pay them, his possessions were repossessed to pay the milkman, butcher, etc – he literally EXPLOITED workers. He was a prick and a hypocrite.

  33. It seems to me that anybody wanting or contemplating communism are either not working or writers needing people to use money to support his thoughts , which if coarse leads back to capiltiam to make the money to purchase his books. Visious cycle isn't it.

  34. You trash Benjamin Franklin, one of the founders of the greatest country in the world, attested by the fact that Everyone is trying to get into it, but give a neutral to positive view of Marx whose writings inspired communist ideology that people flee from.

    I see a disturbing pattern here.

  35. Does no one see the irony in this? The irony of a man that could not keep his own finances together propagating an economic theory to others?

  36. … Sparking off Generations of Arrogant Upper-Class twats who just feeeelt what's good for "the little people" – Getting back at their rich Daddy. P.S.: 4 ads for that luxury watch – Marx would be so proud

  37. He'd also be rightly thought of as "Lucifer's Ambassador" due to all the damage his ideas caused in terms of world history; and that's downright incredibly scary indeed!


  39. I wonder what he would have done if he had lived to see what his life's work brought mankind? Millions dead in wars, starvation and political murder. The total loss of rights of his beloved workers by two ideologies Communism and Fascism born of his own work. The road to hell is paved with good intentions as they say.

  40. Propaganda Channel right here. Giving the mainstream impression that socialists are communists. When Marx criticized Socialists a lot

  41. Marx's worries about not allowing a dominant leader always fail. There is always one to fleece the utopian sheep. The only exception to this was the Kibbutz system, which found councils to harass the utopian sheep in ways often just as severe. The Israeli film "Sweet Mud" documents the failures of the kibbutz system even when socialism is operated locally.

  42. Historians have confirmed that Karl Marx was not only related to the Rothschilds, but was also employed as their agent in order to subvert democracy and corrupt the Socialist movement. Karl Marx was born in a London squalor, and came from a long line of rabbis. His housekeeper was kept like a slave and he only owned one pair of trousers.

  43. pitiful life of marx. this is what happens when ideology is paramount. it turns people into leachers.

  44. Communism that took hold bore little resemblance to Marx's vision because Marx's understanding of the world was fundamentally flawed and the proletariat revolution he envisioned is both impossible and will never happen.

  45. The psychopath that caused the planking’s of an ideology that debased entire countries, and left them despotic and often penniless. An advocate for a system, that would inevitably doom so many to poverty and starvation (Cambodia and China).

  46. How did Marx, the founder of communism, become a socialist?

    Oh yeah. Then maybe we can forget his ideas led to 100 million deaths in the 20th century.

  47. Even today, western communists show so much in common with it's father, Marx.
    Middle class, wannabe philosophers who glamorise the working class they know nothing about.
    Writing about things that they have no experience with, and then expecting their silly theories to mix with real life.

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