It was during the 19th century that Karl Marx developed Zionism’s most dangerous tool of deception-Communism. With considerable contribution from Moses Hess known as the philosophical father of Zionism Marx produced material that worked on 2 levels. On the face of itDas Capital promises the ‘worker’ a utopian equality through Communism.
However, on a deeper level what he is offering is reduction to the lowest common denominator because only then can a mass be the same. Of course this comes at a price since true ‘equality’ does not exist in nature. Thus it was necessary for Communism to formulate mechanisms to enforce ‘equality’. For the Nationalist modern ‘multicult’ policy alive in Europe should provide some insight into the inner workings.
Traditionally, or more correctly idealistically, a Nation is organically grown from the families and communities indigenous to a particular land. The Nation state would be produced from these indigenous peoples and work for them. In modern Europe, however, our indigenous Nations, be that Britain, Germany, France etc have been colonised by innumerate foreign peoples.
Even though these people no longer live in their own lands they remain a part of their own nations. We see this particularly at election times when the same face parties try to attract block votes from Muslims, Somali, and African voters. It is clear that these ‘newcomers’ have a solid community identity. They know what their community requires and use the community’s weight to achieve it. In a new land this all comes at the expense of the host community. Here we have a perfect example of the divide and conquer strategy used by Zionism. This is on a grand scale but history shows that the Zionist concept has been in use for centuries.
“The [Jewish] diaspora is commonly accepted to have begun with the 6th century BC conquest of the ancient Kingdom of Judah, destruction of the First Temple (c. 586 BC), and expulsion of the population…” Wikipedia
So the Jews are and have been a scattered people for a long time! To remain an identifiable people would suggest that they have learned to survive among ‘other’ nations without fully adapting to host cultures.
This would mean that the ideology developed would have to be one of stealth and cunning. If one was working against the host one would not want to be found out. It may also be necessary to be some what unassuming, blend in. It is only once the underdog has gained a position of power that they can begin to show their true colours.
Though the term Zionism was actually coined by Nathan Birnbaum in 1890, it was Moses Hess who laid the foundation of what is considered as the philosophical base of Zionism with the book Rome and JerusalemPublished in 1862. However, it is clear that the parasitic communities have been by Zionist ideology for centuries prior to Birnbaum’s use of the term. In fact, while not wholly portrayed in the mainstream, it was William of Orange who gave Zionist Jews permission to set up their Bank of England. It was not until the late 1800’s that gentile’s become aware of Zionism. Perhaps now more confident of their power, this ideology is now less concerned of showing their true colours.
Stemming from Zionism Karl Marx, a student of Hess created Communism. His sole intention in producing this ideology was to dupe the masses. In essence Marx created the template for eternal upheaval. Again this can be seen in the original mass Jewish Bolshevik (Communist) revolution. The fundamental idea is to set each group against one another-the worker against employer, rich against poor, man against woman.
Following the initial success of the Bolshevik revolution the plan was to spread Marx’ Communism across Europe. The master plan was to dismantle and replace European culture with hollow, meaningless filth. Naturally the ideology behind this was Zionist as was the parasitic community that was to inherit power. However, Europe did not take to Communism as easily as Mother Russia so a different strategy had to be formed.
Generally speaking it was back to the academy. The Frankfurt School and its close associates the Fabian Socialists needed to redefine ‘Communism’ for a different audience. The politico-economic message of Marxism did not work in Europe so it was necessary to drive the divide and conquer method via European conduct. Thus Cultural Marxism was born and its allies political correctness and anti-Christianity. It is because of these dogmas that the divisive groups such as feminism and anti-Racism develop. The less cohesive White European society the more easily it is to corrupt and consequently control.