Originally posted by visualmiscreant
Karl Marx talked about this a long time ago. I can't remember word for word, but paraphrased it goes something like this...
Capitalism inevitably becomes Communism, because it produces monopolies, and balances unemployment with inflation. Probably nowhere near right, but
maybe somebody knows the quote. Gosh, I'm slipping...
The most important information in the world: BOTH Communism and Capitalism were designed for the same outcome. Both were/are meant to create
revolutions that lead to the same totalitarian society.
From the transcript of the 1938 NKVD interrogation of Khristian G. Rakovsky (a.k.a Chaim Rakeover), one of the founders of Soviet Bolshevism, intimate
of Trotsky's and former Soviet ambassador to Paris:
"Marxism, before being a philosophical, economic and political system, is a conspiracy for the revolution. And as for us the revolution is the only
absolute reality, it follows that philosophy, economics and politics are true only insofar as they lead to revolution. The fundamental truth (let us
call it subjective) does not exist in economics, politics or even morals: in the light of scientific abstraction it is either truth or error, but for
us, who are subject to revolutionary dialectic, it is only truth. And insofar as to us, who are subject to revolutionary dialectic, it is only truth,
and therefore the sole truth, then it must be such for all that is revolutionary, and such it was to Marx. In accordance with this we must act.
Remember the phrase of Lenin, in reply to someone who demonstrated by way of argument that, supposedly, his intention contradicted reality: "I feel it
to be real" was his answer. Do you not think that Lenin spoke nonsense? No, for him every reality; every truth was relative in the face of the sole
and absolute one: the revolution. Marx was a genius. If his works had amounted to only the deep criticism of Capitalism, then even that would have
been an unsurpassed scientific work; but in those places where his writing reaches the level of mastery, there comes the effect of an apparently
"Communism" he says "must win because Capital will give it that victory, though its enemy."
See 'Red Symphony': www.bibliotecapleyades.net...
International Communism didn't work - they tried it in Russia - killing 20 million people, they tried it in China - killing 50 million, they tried it
in Spain - killing half a million, they tried it in Cuba - killing thousands. Luckily there were Nationalists / Bonapartists / Royalists stopping them
every time and Communism became exposed as the evil, violent strategy that it is, but their use of Capitalism - using the banks and stock markets to
deliberately cause an economic crisis whenever they please - has been a clever non-military tactic. In the end we have the exact same scenario that
the Bolsheviks wanted - Revolution. Riots and protests in the US, England, Greece, Spain, etc., etc., because of the banks.
The paedophile and NWO writer, Lewis Carroll, wrote of it - he called Communism and Capitalism, 'Tweedledum' and 'Tweedledee' in 'Alice in Wonderland'
and wrote of it further in his analogy 'Alice through the Looking-Glass'. The pdf is easily found on the internet.
edit on 7-10-2011 by rottensociety because: Communism and Capitalism appear as the characters 'Tweedledum and Tweedledee' in only 'Alice in
Wonderland'. The Marxist analogy comes up again in 'Through the Looking-Glass'.