In this paper, I will compare and contrast Karl Marx and Frederick Engels' small “complete theoretical and practical party program,” the Communist Manifesto, with Olga Ilyin's true story, White Road, A Russian Odyssey. Olga does not mention Karl Marx nor the death of the Czar and his family in her book White Road. The purpose of this paper is to clearly identify the philosophy, tactics and propaganda that Communism uses since its creation in 1848, ironically 100 years before the State of Israel was given Palestinian land. There is no communism in Israel.
I will be brief as possible and paraphrase large quotes and excerpts because of the short-reading span of non-Communists. Olga's book encapsulates her escape from Russia after the Reds took over and covers 1919 to 1923, when she was finally reunited with her White Army husband-colonel, Igor Volotskoy in Harbin and fled to the United States.
Russia was ripe for the Bolsheviks to conquer. But this is not a history of the Russian Revolution, for there are those more fluent in that story than I. This paper takes the reader step-by-step into how Communism works and how it is working in America today, using the same time-worn tactics of the Communist Manifesto.
The first similarity I noticed between today and 1917 is the constant use of the phrase “White Russians” and “European White Russians.” It seems that Communists have a vendetta against whatever “white” or “European” represents. Before Civil Rights, Americans did not describe themselves by race because assimilation means that all races melt into one American society. Our penny states, E pluribus unum, Latin for "Out of many, one" By creating a 'race war,' the United States has become the same victim as the 'White Russians,” who did not give themselves that title either.
Although Marx calls the Establishment “aristocracy” and “bourgeoisie” in his pamphlet, it is the same thing: Those people with wealth that create a Produce and Sell economy, which is called Capitalism in the United States. Marx preys on the complaints of the workers in these industries/businesses. He takes these 'oppression' complaints and manipulates the peasant's minds into believing that without the wealthy owning these industries, they would be FREE. He neglects to say that the State is a major oppressor.
In 1905, Russia had a weakly-run government and a quite idealistic wealthy aristocratic citizenry who believed, as white South Africans did, that they provided economic stability to the nation and it was their duty to help the peasants or blacks or whatever other human-suffering group needed it. It did not occur to the White Russians, as it did not occur to the Americans, that helping the uneducated poor or the peasants or a minority by bloating the Welfare State or creating Affirmative Action or Busing was communism. The non-poor felt compassion for the oppressed that they were being told by Jewish-run institutions and the media needed to be lifted up to the same level as the middle-class, at least in looks.
Why were the same slogans used to take over Russia, i.e. 'Down with the Aristocrats,' echoed forty-six years later in America during the 60's Revolution with 'Down with the Establishment?' Because they are the same animal...Communism.
"But why did we fail? What had destroyed us? We could have won! We had come so close to winning last spring when our army had practically approached the Volga, and when it was at the very gates of Tamborsk,” the White Russians said to themselves.
"We knew that we were fighting against tremendous odds; that our Volunteer Armies, all three of them--the Southern on the Don, the small Northern one, and our Eastern People's Army under Admiral Kolchak--were just thin strings stretched around the immensity of Communist-held Russia. We knew that we were cut off from Russian war industry, indeed from industry in general; we knew that the slogans we were presenting to the masses--such as 'Constitute Assembly, Democracy! Free Elections!'--were incomprehensible, empty sounds to them, while those proclaimed by the Red side screamed their meaning with intoxicating clarity" 'All Land to the Peasants! All Power to the Workers and Soldiers!' and especially 'Death to Your Exploiters! Grab all you want, it's rightfully yours!' All this would seem to have doomed us to failure from the beginning. But we did not believe so. We had been certain all along that the sheer dedication of our fighting units and the hatred felt for the Bolsheviks in areas that had already experienced their rule were factors powerful enough for us to win in the end." (Ilyin , p. 68-69)
The Manifesto was published as the platform of the Communist League, a workingmen's association, first exclusively German and later on international. Unavoidably it was a secret society (Marx, p. 3). In 1852 at the Cologne Communist Trial by Prussians, members of the Communist League were sentenced to prison because it had grown too strong and the League dissolved. The Manifesto seemed doomed to oblivion. (Marx, p. 4)
But this 'workingman's association idea continued to grow, promoted by Jews to the peasants, according to Olga. Once the Bolsheviks took over most of Russia, all they needed to do was put fear into the hearts of the weak that were only too happy to tattle on their neighbor and win favor with the new government. Communism is a working class movement.
In America, however, Communism has no 'working class' to win over to their side. What they do have through Jewish-creation in the last 50 years, is a huge Welfare State, an economic crisis, a lack of well-paying jobs, professional jobs filled by foreigners and no entrepreneurial possibilities because of overwhelming employer taxes.
Russia of the early 1900s had no industry to speak of. It was mostly agricultural. Peasants worked in the fields and lived in modest homes. Many peasants, thanks to encouragement from White Russians, were becoming 'wealthy' in their own right. The contradiction with Communism is that it states capitalism produces work plus more workers and that is called 'oppression.' This is similar to those Jewish-run organizations telling the American blacks that they were slaves and that somehow, hundreds of years later, that is a bad thing and 'whites are the cause of your oppression.' Quite clever.
“The bourgeoisie naturally conceives the world in which it is supreme to be the best; and bourgeois Socialism develops this comfortable conception into various more or less complete systems. In requiring the proletariat to carry out such a system, and thereby to march straightway into the social New Jerusalem, it but requires in reality, that the proletariat should remain within the bounds of existing society, but should cast away all its hateful ideas concerning the bourgeoisie.” (Marx p. 38) Is Marx talking about the Jews in the French, German and Prussian societies? Are these Jews the ones that want to cast off the robes of oppression by using the peasants as they did the American blacks in the 1960s Revolution?
Communism is a creation of Karl Marx, a Jew. Professor Robert Weissberg, a Jew, stated to me in 2000 that the Civil Rights movement was run by Jews and those institutions such as the NAACP. In a paper he wrote called, 'Jews and Blacks: Everything the Goyim Want to Know But Are Afraid to Ask,' he states that over 50% of the attorneys during the Civil Rights and desegregation movement were Jewish and that “The Julius Rosenwald Foudation virtually single-handedly bankrolled the NAACP's Legal Defense Fund.” He named all the institutions Jews have created such as the American Jewish Congress, the American Jewish Committee and the Anti-Defamation League. Weissberg's philosophy is Communist.
I want you to research who owns/runs our newspapers, movie-making industry, magazines, book publishing companies, comic books, Disney, Pixar, T.V. Shows...and you will find a changing of the guard since the late 1960s. Research how many Jewish advisers the president has in his cabinet. I refuse to call any cult, any anti-Republic group, any idealistic group whose purpose it is to rule the world....a race. That is NOT a race. It is communism and the United States' people fell for it just as the White Russians did. They were destroyed by their politeness.
Who were the 'Aristocracy?' There were the old-money wealthy. 'Who were these 'Bolsheviks?' The Bolsheviks were merchants that became wealthy but were never accepted into the old-money society. If the 'working class' is the most suffering class, what then are the Welfare Class now created in America? In other words, there are no peasants or working class in America any longer so Communism attacks the whole infrastructure of the United States...”Abolition of property in land and application of all rents of land to public purposes,” “A heavy progressive or graduated income tax” and “Abolition of all right of inheritance.” (Marx, p. 30) The modern laborer “becomes a pauper, and pauperism develops more rapidly than population and wealth” (Marx, p. 21)
Communism promotes the abolition of the distinction between town and country; abolition of the family, of private gain, and of the wage-system; the proclamation of social harmony; the conversion of the functions of the state into a mere superintendence of production...” (Marx, p. 41)
In France, according to Marx, the Communists ally themselves with the Social-Democrats. In Switzerland they support the Radicals. In Poland they support the party that insists on an agrarian revolution as the prime condition for national emancipation, that party which fomented the insurrection of Cracow in 1846. (Marx, p. 43)
Marx states that in Germany they fight with the bourgeoisie whenever it acts in a revolutionary way, against the absolute monarchy, the feudal squirearchy (sic), and the petty bourgeoisie. The Communists turn their attention chiefly to Germany, because that country was on the eve of a bourgeois revolution that is bound to be carried out under more advanced conditions of European civilization and with a much more developed proletariat than what existed in England in the 17th and in France in the 18th century, and because the bourgeois revolution in Germany will be but the prelude to an immediately following proletarian revolution. (Marx, p. 44) Adolf Hitler was anti-communist.
Marx takes all the things the peasants were aware of--professors, country squires and officials--and created a struggle in Germany between the poorer existence of the peasants and blamed it on the aristocrats that created the work. (Marx p. 37) Today, because of the efforts of certain Jews to free the blacks from oppression, our society has become a service-based economy, a welfare recipient of all things such as Food Stamps and unemployment, low-paying jobs—credit dependent society, and now dependent upon the government for Health Care, which is socialized medicine. Our industries and jobs are in foreign countries, the Jewish-run banks are taking our homes, our government encourages illegals and foreigners to suck off our taxes by enabling them with the H1B visa and NAFTA visa.
Communism is an evil, selfish, deceptive philosophy created to empower those that created it—the Jews—in the name of freedom from oppression. It is rewarding the Prodigal Son; of accepting the Trojan Horse into their mist while not thinking to look inside. Yet Communism still exists today because of unaware and ignorant citizens that do not recognize it when cloaked in 'rights for the minorities.' While the concept might be pure, the implementation is impossible. People need rewards and responsibility, safety and individualism—exactly what the United States had before the 60s Revolution.
The Communists disdain to conceal their views and aims. They openly declare that their ends can be attained only by the forcible overthrow of all existing social conditions. Let the ruling classes tremble at a Communist revolution. The proletarians have nothing to lose but their chains. They have a world to win. Workingmen of all countries, unite!