meh meh I predict another contribution by Eesti going unnoticed and severely underappreciated. You are intelligent, Ernst, but are you thorough? Are you a dedicated scholar, or merely a petty intellectual at the core? You know you don't know exactly how human society is run and operated and what forces are driving it's seemingly chaotic course. Given the opportunity to connect with the higher (almost gnostic) Truth, will you even be able to appreciate it, or will it just vanish for you forever once exiting your brief attention span, and the sacred nature of /b/ will thus cease to operate on your nature and destiny?
Marxism was always merely the strategic tool of financial capital. Marx was employed in 1848 by the League of the Just, an organization that was the legitimate successor of the Bavarian Illuminati. The concept of Communism itself was based on the money-free environments created and operated in the Jesuit Paraguay reductions.
There is a primary source of immense importance that sheds clear light on Marxism. However, through the years I've failed to observe a single /b/tard actually appreciate the paramount significance of this almost religiously enlightening text. Thus, this particular comment of mine is rather about that specific text than about Marx. Here is one of the two or three relevant quotes from the source:
"G. - This is a faulty view.... Finances, as defined by Marx, and more especially Engels, are determined by the system of Capitalistic production.
R. - Exactly, but just the reverse: the Capitalistic system of production is determined by finance. The fact that Engels states the opposite and even tries to prove this, is the most obvious proof that finances rule bourgeois production. So it is and so it was even before Marx and Engels, that finances were the most powerful instrument of revolution and the Comintern was nothing but a toy in their hands. But neither Marx nor Engels will disclose or explain this. On the contrary, making use of their talent as scientists, they had to camouflage truth for a second time in the interests of the revolution. And that both of them did."
That is, of course, the Red Symphony (https://www.bibliotecapleyades.net/sociopolitica/red_symphony.htm
), obviously, a Jesuit forgery, but impactful as hell still, as intended. Especially if you understand clearly how high finance works and what's going on with international financial capital.
Tell me, Ernst. Do you pursue longreads honestly and earnestly, or will you bail miserably when directly confronted with Gnosis?