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  1. Everything is written correctly.
    Marx in the Preface to the Critique of Political Economy:
    “It is not people's consciousness that determines their existence, but, on the contrary, their social existence that determines their consciousness.”
    The fallacy (in my opinion – just stupidity) of this postulate is obvious.
    Something else strikes me.
    Europe lived, and still lives, according to A. Smith.
    “It is not from the benevolence of the butcher, the brewer, or the baker that we expect to receive our dinner, but from their consideration of their own interests.”
    Why the fright in 1917 did this crap take root in agrarian Russia?

  2. Marx's life and writings confirm the accuracy of the American proverb: “You've done a great job, but you've done it all wrong” – “You've done a great job, but you've done it all wrong”.�

    This man spent his entire life developing an ideology of violence and hatred, a theory of economic decline and ruin, and ideological tools for killing human civilization.�

    With his concept of “class struggle”, he justified the need to exterminate tens of millions of people. The death of every Russian repressed in the twentieth century is largely Marx's fault.�

    Marx cynically rejected the concepts of ethics, conscience, and morality. Under the guise of scientific demagoguery, Marx called on his followers to dehumanize society.�

    Unsuccessful experiments with the implementation of his ideas in Russia and dozens of other countries led these countries to a deep crisis, poverty, set them back in development for decades, caused civil wars and repression, sowed fear, and made people a cog in the hellish machine of oppression.�

    None of Marx's ideas stood the test of time – all of them proved false. The most advanced adherents of Marxism say that, they say, it's not about ideas, but about some unique method of analyzing reality that Marx allegedly invented, but none of them is able to explain this method. A sort of modern Grail.�

    What do you expect from a man who ruined his own family, his friend, lived on two families, refused to recognize his illegitimate daughter, was rude and rude to friends, spent most of his life in pubs in idle chatter about the crisis of capitalism?�

    The blind leader of the blind.

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