Critique of Marx

Have you ever wondered just how Marxism is supposed to work?


Have you ever wondered just how the progressive Marxian Left Wing utopia toward which they are forcing us is supposed to work? How does it create a better, or good, society after we “get on the right side of history” and cast off the shackles of traditional religious thinking and constitutional conservatism? How is everyone supposed to get along?

The John Toews Communist Manifesto book I have been referencing (see The Communist Manifesto, The Bedford Series in History and Culture) has additional documents, one of which gives us the answer. It’s under the principle of Utopian Socialism and the Science of Attraction. It references The Theory of the Four Movements and of General Destinies by Charles Fourier whose movement was popular during Marx’s lifetime. One quote sums it up:

“…Fourier based his hopes for the future on the belief that the release of the natural passions from social repression (i.e., that which the modern Left is “liberating”) would reveal their attractive, rather than their repulsive, qualities and provide the foundations for a harmonious and cooperative ‘societary’ order.”

Based on the Left’s behavior, language, and general demeanor, do we believe that they are exhibiting their attractive rather than their repulsive qualities? Or, perhaps if we cooperate and give them what they want, they will suddenly go from repulsive to attractive?

As Catholic Monarchists seeking the Kingdom of God on earth as it is in Heaven through a society based on the preeminence of Christ’s Holy Catholic Church, we necessarily must counter all of these revolutionary aims. But more than simply counter them, we must go “Beyond the Counterrevolution” to the reestablishment of both Old Christendom and New Christendom here in the “New World.”


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