Mysterious Links between Socialism,
Zionism & Satanism
André F. Garcia, Brazil
Uncomfortable and compromising strings connect Karl Marx – the German-Jewish philosopher and economist, founder of the so-called scientific Socialism – to Satanism. Since the left is not interested in publicizing this relation, it is treated as nothing more than a transitory and immature phase of Marx’s life before he reached his intellectual peak. Notwithstanding, this connection existed and marked his whole life. Further, he never recanted his pact with the Devil. On the contrary, because of it, he conceived the most perverse ideology in History that is responsible for the death of more than 100 million people.
The discoveries of Richard Wurmbrand, a Romanian scholar, were the fruit of a careful research, published in his book Marx & Satan (1986). His conclusions confirmed the affirmations of Pope Pius XII who called Marx a “dedicated and acclaimed Satanist.” Wurmbrand did not reach a conclusion about whether Marx really desired the establishment of an egalitarian and socialist society or just used this as a pretext to expel God from society. In other words: Was Marx inspired by construction or destruction?
Marx, a worshipper of the Devil
I believe that in fact Marx wanted an egalitarian society without classes. For his cult to equality as a metaphysical value led him to repeat, in one way or another, Satan’s revolt against the authority of God. Indeed, once Marx declared: “I am as great as God.” In Marx the mysticism of the egalitarian society he wanted to construct was just an expression of his inner revolt against all authority and everything superior to him.
Marx strove “to exterminate the medieval religion and politics,” and, in this way, to destroy the Church and Christian Civilization. In this, he was following the declared intent of his guru Moses Hess, who wanted to wipe out every trace of the divine likenesses that exists in human society and its institutions and customs. To strip organic society of its sacrality and harmonic inequalities was the inexorable demand of the new socialist society, which could not tolerate the infinite superiority of God.
In my opinion, Marx had a twofold objective:
- The destruction of a hierarchical, unequal and sacral society;
- The construction of an egalitarian and de-sacralized society in which every vestiges of God should be banned under the pretext of being the “opium of the people.”
Bakunin, one of Marx’ socialist colleagues, a Satanist like Marx, preached the destruction of the State and promoted anarchy: “Our mission is to destroy, not to build. The passion to destroy is a creative passion.” Marx also testified to his destructive intent when, in March 1850, he wrote with Engels a “plan of action against democracy.” In it, he drafted a terrorist program that included killing the kings and destroying the public monuments. It was along these lines that he proposed an alliance between the proletariat and the small bourgeoisie.
Marx and Engels, initiated in Satanism by Moses Hess, below
It should come as no surprise, therefore, that in Marx’ funeral speech, his friend Friedrich Engels praised him for his destructive wrath: “For Marx was before all else a revolutionary. His real mission in life was to contribute, in one way or another, to the overthrow of capitalist society and of the state institutions which it had brought into being, to contribute to the liberation of the modern proletariat, which he was the first to make conscious of its own position and its needs, conscious of the conditions of its emancipation. Fighting was his element. And he fought with a passion, a tenacity and a success such as few could rival.” (1)
The relationship between Marx and his teacher, the Jewish writer Moses Hess, also considered the father of Socialist Zionism, was quite mysterious. In Hess’ mentality and philosophy there is a curious superposition of three ideological layers: Socialism, Zionism and Satanism. On the one hand, Hess was the mentor of both Marx and Engels and one of the founders of Socialism; on the other hand, he was the precursor of Zionism, even before Theodor Herzl. He was also the one who initiated Marx and Engels into Satanism.
In 1862 Hess published his book Rome and Jerusalem - The Last National Question, where he proposed the foundation of a Jewish nation in Palestine. He also proposed that the Jews establish a socialist agrarian system there that would allow them to find “redemption through the land.”
Hess died in Paris in 1875. He was buried in the Jewish cemetery of Cologne, but in 1961 his vestiges were transferred to the Kinneret kibbutz in Israel were he remains along with other Socialist-Zionists. The left wing of Zionism requested that Moses Hess should rest in one of the socialist agrarian cells that he had dreamed of.
In the end, however, the question remains: How does one explain that the founder of Zionism was a Satanist? Certainly it was not the true God of Abraham, Issac and Jacob whom he invoked and who helped him to realize his plan.
1. Engels delivered his speech in English. Karl Marx's Funeral Der Sozialdemokrat, March 22, 1883.
Posted March 23, 2009
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