I have pointed out again and again and again and again, etc. that to simply state the tenets of our established religion is to discredit it.
By the same token, the only people who can prevent this catastrophe are the William Buckleys who make the established religion look like serious thinking.
Marxist economics says the value of any economic good is the objective labor time put into it. Water has the same value anywhere, and Marx ridicules at some point the idea that a product in one place is worth more in one place than in another.
Many British scientific organizations insist that Marx was a scientist. “Karl Marx was the scientist who discovered surplus value.” Surplus value is the amount of goods a worker produces beyond subsistence.
Marx stated that all history is a history of class struggle.
On earth, every social animal’s history is a struggle between leaders.
Marx said that what was needed was a “dictatorship OF the workers.” This was not to consist of people who had worked, but of intellectuals like himself who knew what was best for them.
Marx implied, and Engels vaguely stated, that a dictatorship OF the working class, but made up of people like himself, would lead to a natural system where there were no leaders, as Rousseau had described it.
Stated in English, no adult can take Marxism, the product of an nineteenth century mind, and not the best of those, seriously.
Except Buckley and all paid conservatives.