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  • In his anti-Semitic bookOn the Jewish Question”, Karl Marx said -

  • What is the worldly cult of the Jew? Huckstering. What is his worldly god? MoneyMoney is

  • the jealous god of Israel, beside which no other god may exist.”

  • He also says -

  • Christ drove the Jewish money-changers out of the temple, and that the money-changers

  • of our age enlisted on the side of tyranny happen again to be Jews is perhaps no more

  • than a historic coincidence.”

  • We discern in Judaism… a universal antisocial element of the present time.”

  • As soon as society succeeds in abolishing the empirical essence of Judaism - huckstering

  • and its conditions - the Jew becomes impossible, because his consciousness no longer has an

  • objectThe social emancipation of the Jew is the emancipation of society from Judaism.”

  • Karl Marx also hated on individual Jews personally, such as his words against Joseph Moses Levy

  • - the publisher of the Daily Telegraph.

  • The Weekly Mail maintains that although Levy really fools no one, he has changed "i"

  • into "y", and it is true that among the 22,000 Levites whom Moses counted in the journey

  • through the wilderness, there was not a single Levi who spelled his name with a "y". Just

  • as Edouard Simon spares no effort to be regarded as belonging to the Romance people, so Levy

  • is determined to be an Anglo-Saxon. Therefore, at least once a month he attacks the un-English

  • policies of Mr. Disraeli, for Disraeli, "the Asiatic mystery", is, unlike the Telegraph,

  • not an Anglo-Saxon by descent. But what does it profit Levy to attack Mr. D'Israeli and

  • to change "i" into "y", when Mother Nature has inscribed his origins in the clearest

  • possible way right in the middle of his face. The nose of the mysterious stranger of Slawkenbergius

  • (see Tristram Shandy) who had got the finest nose from the promontory of noses was just

  • a nine days' wonder in Strasbourg, whereas Levy's nose provides conversation throughout

  • the year in the City of London.”

  • And Engels praised this book and this passage, as does Marxists.org, describing it as one

  • of the most brilliant of Marx’s writings. In one letter to Engels, Marx also called

  • someone a “Jewish n*****”.

  • And, in his last book, Das Kapital volume 1, Karl Marx says:

  • The capitalist knows that all commodities, however scurvy they may look, or however badly

  • they may smell, are in faith and in truth money, inwardly circumcised Jews, and what

  • is more, a wonderful means whereby out of money to make more money.”

  • There are even more anti-semitic statements by Karl Marx besides those shown here. But

  • I’m going to go back to the first quote, because I think this one is the key to understanding

  • why Karl Marx hated the Jews.

  • What is the worldly cult of the Jew? Huckstering. What is his worldly god? MoneyMoney is

  • the jealous god of Israel, beside which no other god may exist.”

  • In order to understand this passage in full, context is needed. We first need to understand

  • what Karl Marx means when he saysmoney”.

  • In Das Kapital volume 1, Karl Marx makes it clear over and over that he thinks money is

  • a commodity. The shortest quote I have of this is -

  • That money is a commodity is therefore a new discovery...”

  • He goes on to say that, when money is used to buy and sell commodities, it becomes capital.

  • And it is the person who’s sole motive is the accumulation of more and more money (capital,

  • or profit) that makes someone a capitalist.

  • So, in this passage, Karl Marx is saying that money is Capital, and that Capitalism is Jewish.

  • To Karl Marx, the Jews are the Capitalists. Money, in Karl Marx’s eyes, is the Jewish

  • God. And Karl Marx thinks that their sole motive is the accumulation of more money,

  • which Karl Marx says is what a Capitalist does. So, money (which is Capital, in Karl

  • Marx’s eyes) is Judaism. In other words, Capitalism is Judaism. And Judaism is Capitalism.

  • That’s why when Karl Marx refers to the Capitalists, he’s actually referring to

  • the Jews.

  • We can see this in several other passages, including this one again, which at first glance,

  • doesn’t really make any sense.

  • The capitalist knows that all commodities, however scurvy they may look, or however badly

  • they may smell, are in faith and in truth money, inwardly circumcised Jews, and what

  • is more, a wonderful means whereby out of money to make more money.”

  • Think about it: why would commodities beinwardly circumcised Jews”? It doesn’t make any

  • sense on its own. But now that we know that Karl Marx thinks Capitalists are Jews, and

  • that capitalists produce commodities, we can piece this together to discover the true message

  • of what Karl Marx is saying here.

  • As he’s already admitted, when he sayscapitalist”, he meansJews”. And when he sayscommodities”,

  • he means theproductsof the Jews. Or, theoffspringof the Jews. So if we

  • replace the words with their actual meaning, this quote actually reads: “The Jews know

  • that their offspringare inwardly circumcised Jews…” And now this passage makes sense.

  • In this next quote, Karl Marx uses the wordPharisee”, which means a member of an

  • ancient Jewish sect.

  • The Pharisee of a capitalist represented by one of his servants, accompanies this action,

  • of course, with the unctuous phrase: “That’s for mother,” yet he knows well enough that

  • the poor children must sit up and help.”

  • Karl Marx is saying here that thePharisee of a capitalist” - in other words, theJewishness

  • of a capitalist” - is on show when he gives work to one of his servants. And this is confirmation

  • that Marx believes that the Jews are the Capitalists, and that the Capitalists are the Jews. He

  • then drives this point home here -

  • In striking contrast with the great fact, that the shortening of the hours of labour

  • of women and children in English factories was exacted from capital by the male operatives,

  • we find in the latest reports of the Children’s Employment Commission traits of the operative

  • parents in relation to the traffic in children, that are truly revolting and thoroughly like

  • slave-dealing. But the Pharisee [or Jewishness] of a capitalist, as may be seen from the same

  • reports, denounces this brutality which he himself creates, perpetuates, and exploits,

  • and which he moreover baptisesfreedom of labour.” “Infant labour has been called

  • into aid ... even to work for their own daily bread. Without strength to endure such disproportionate

  • toil, without instruction to guide their future life, they have been thrown into a situation

  • physically and morally polluted. The Jewish historian has remarked upon the overthrow

  • of Jerusalem by Titus that it was no wonder it should have been destroyed, with such a

  • signal destruction, when an inhuman mother sacrificed her own offspring to satisfy the

  • cravings of absolute hunger.”

  • So again, we have confirmation here that Karl Marx thinks that the Capitalists are the Jews.

  • And the whole of Das Kapital is anti-Semitic through and through. Here’s another quote -

  • It is not because he is a leader of industry that a man is a capitalist; on the contrary,

  • he is a leader of industry because he is a capitalist. The leadership of industry is

  • an attribute of capital, just as in feudal times the functions of general and judge,

  • were attributes of landed property.”

  • At first glance, this doesn’t make sense. Why would a capitalist be a leader of an industry

  • simply by declaring himself to be a capitalist? That doesn’t make sense. If I declare myself

  • a Capitalist, that doesn’t make me a leader of industry. So clearly, that’s not what

  • Karl Marx is saying.

  • What Karl Marx has said in the previous quotes is that, Capitalists are Jews. And, if we

  • apply that belief that Karl Marx has to this quote, the message becomes clear. Karl Marx

  • is saying here that, because the Capitalist is Jewish, he is therefore a leader of industry.

  • This is implying that the Jewish-Capitalists didn’t become leaders of industry by merit

  • or anything else, but were appointed because of their Jewish faith, which is money (or capital).

  • And there are other clues that this is the correct way to interpret Karl Marx’s anti-Capitalism

  • and anti-Semitism (which are the same thing). In another passage in Das Kapital, Karl Marx

  • writes -

  • That Philistine paper, the Spectator, states that after the introduction of a sort of partnership

  • between capitalist and workmen in theWirework Company of Manchester,” “the first result

  • was a sudden decrease in waste, the men not seeing why they should waste their own property

  • any more than any other master’s, and waste is, perhaps, next to bad debts, the greatest

  • source of manufacturing loss.” The same paper finds that the main defect in the Rochdale

  • co-operative experiments is this: “They showed that associations of workmen could

  • manage shops, mills, and almost all forms of industry with success, and they immediately

  • improved the condition of the men; but then they did not leave a clear place for masters.”

  • Quelle horreur!”

  • So, why would Marx feel the need to state that the Spectator isPhilistine”? What

  • relevance does this have? Well, it turns out that, the historical Philistines were anti-Jewish

  • and fought against the Jews. Karl Marx himself used the wordPhilistineto mean ethnically

  • anti-Jewishrather than spiritually anti-Jewish. So, Marx is pointing out that

  • the ethnically anti-Semitic newspaper (the Spectator) is praising the fact that the Socialist

  • experiments in Rochdale had left out the Jewish masters. Its hatred against the Jews, and

  • its praise of Socialism, gets rid of the Judeo-bourgeoisie class. And Karl Marx is on board with that,

  • which is why he sarcastically says that themain defect” (meaning, it wasn’t really

  • a defect) was that it got rid of the Jews, and then sayssource of horror!” at the

  • end. As in, “shock, horror, really!?” - meaning, of course Socialism got rid of

  • the Jews!

  • So I think it should be quite clear to you all by now that Karl Marx uses the wordcapitalist

  • to hide the wordJew”, as a way to hide his anti-Semitism in plain sight. His greatest

  • book, Das Kapital (the Capital), means themoney-commodityin Karl Marx’s own

  • words. Karl Marx saysmoneyis thejealous god of Israel” - that money is the Jewish

  • religion. And soDas Kapitalliterally meansThe Jewish religionor just simply

  • The Jew”. “Das KapitalisThe Jew”! The entire thing is an anti-Semitic

  • hit-piece, disguised with euphemisms and doublespeak to hide its true meaning. The truebelievers

  • (the anti-Semites, the Marxists) of course, know what theirrealSocialism is. At

  • its core, it’s anti-Semitism!

  • The fundamental belief of anti-Capitalism is that the Capitalists are stealing wealth

  • off the workers. This is untrue (because Value is Subjective, not based on Labour). But to

  • a racist, it is true, because a racist (who isn’t a “money-changer”, and therefore

  • has little idea about money) believes that theworkers” (people who are not Jews)

  • put the value of their Labour into the products that they produce. And they believe that the

  • Jews don’t work and just make money from the money they already have (theyre the

  • money-changers”). So the racist believes that the Jewishmoney-changersare stealing

  • off of everyone else in society. This is factually untrue, but hopefully you can see now how

  • this fundamental belief is at the core of Socialist ideology. Anti-Capitalism comes

  • from anti-Semitism - the two concepts are entwined, and are one and the same.

  • And, when Karl Marx says the wordbourgeoisie”, he actually means two things. First, he means

  • the Jews”, which includes ethnic Jews, but he also means the Capitalists (non-ethnic

  • Jews, whom he says are practicing theJewish faithof Capitalism). Proof for this will

  • be shown shortly. But I need to explain the historic context first.

  • In the Dark Ages, the Christian Pope bannedusury”, which is the lending of money

  • and charging interest for that money. So, Christians couldn’t lend money. Only non-Christians

  • could, which is why, in the west, only the Jews could be bankers and money-lenders (hence

  • why Karl Marx calls them themoney-changers”). But at the same time, the Jews were not allowed

  • to own land (it was Christian Europe) and were forced to live in towns and cities. In

  • English, towns and cities were calledboroughs”, which is where we get the wordBourgeoisie

  • from, which is the French forTownsfolk”. So, historically, due to old-fashioned anti-Semitism,

  • the Jews were a major element of the bourgeoisie. This is why racists like Karl Marx believed

  • that the Jews were the bourgeoisie, and that Capitalism was Jewish - it’s old fashioned

  • anti-Semitism which dated back to the medieval period.

  • And I know that some Marxists will claim that it is anti-Semitic to point out that historic-racism