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Marx - Engels - Lenin - Trotsky
Genocide Quotations. The Hidden History of
Communism's Founding Tyrants,
in their Own Words!

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This item originally posted to James DeMeo's OBRL-News Blog on 27 October 2010, where it was subject to public discussion. See here:

(Photo from a tapestry in the Stasi Museum, Berlin Germany)

Comrades Marx & Engels advocated war, slavery, racism, ethnic hatreds & genocide. They mocked justice, freedom, democracy & equality, and had only contempt for the poor, workers, farmers & moderates.

Comrades Lenin & Trotsky put Marx & Engels into practice, instituting a reign of terror, assassinations, slavery, mass-murder & genocide. They promised democracy but usurped it & imprisoned or murdered dissenters, opponents & "counter-revolutionaries." They seized food from starving farmers, executed surrendered & wounded soldiers, along with random prostitutes, alcoholics, factory workers, tradesmen, peasants, villagers & ethnic groups, with massive deportations of men, women and children to the Siberian Gulag -- a prison system begun by Lenin, not Stalin.

The various Genocide Quotes by Marx and Engels given on this website are now gathered together with similar ugly quotes from Lenin and Trotsky, in a new book:

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Marx Engels Lenin Trotsky: Genocide Quotes. Hidden History of Communism's Founding Tyrants, in their Own Words.
By James DeMeo, PhD

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Stalin and Mao were butchers, Marxists usually admit...
"But Stalin and Mao betrayed the original Communism of Marx and Engels!"
"Lenin freed the Russian People and if Trotsky had won the power struggle with Stalin, things would have gone differently!"

So say the Marxists. But a dispassionate examination of the writings of Communism's founding tyrants, things they wrote in lesser-known books, articles, letters, documents, briefs and telegrams, indicates this benign view simply isn't true.

In this exacting review by historical scientist James DeMeo, PhD, the Hidden History of Communism's Founding Tyrants is exposed, in their Own Words. Marx Engels Lenin Trotsky: Genocide Quotes is a must-read book for every thoughtful student and adult, about the false "peace-justice" agendas of the Marxist movements which once again threaten the world's democracies.

The Meaning of the Marx-Engels Quotations to Wilhelm Reich's "Work Democracy"

To those friendly to the work of Wilhelm Reich, as I am myself, and who note Reich's own embrace of Marxism during his early life, and his rejection of Stalinism and the Communist disasters -- from my detailed review of the matter, it seems clear Reich did not know of these quotations. So far as I can determine, there are no references to any of the books or journal materials in which these quotations appeared, in any of Reich's writings, neither the actual quotations nor citations to the articles in which they appeared. This is not unexpected, since the various genocide quotes were written mostly in private letters, foreign newspapers and published articles by Marx and Engels long before Reich was born, rather than into their several major books which were widely read by Marxists of that day. But I would also argue, the leadership of Marxists and Communist Party movements around the world knew this material, even as contained in the private correspondence of Marx-Engels, which were hoarded and safeguarded by those Marxist movements, who translated them into multiple languages and distributed them world-wide. The genocide quotations appear to have conditioned the tone and agendas of Marxist movements, and also became a part of the spoken tradition of Marxism. The exact personal writings and obscure publications of Marx-Engels have always been hoarded and poured over for enlightenment by the most deep core believers in Marxism, much as religious people pour over their respective holy books, from which guidance is obtained.

But Reich's ideas on free human societies came from Malinowski's writings on the Trobriand Islands, and A.S. Neill's work with free schools in England, as well as from his deep background in Freudian psychoanalysis, and his own new clinical and social findings. All of these carried an emphasis upon human sexuality, love, the needs of mothers and babies, and of children, and all in a language which was foreign to the typical Marxist sentiments and jargon. One might find the occasional mention in Marxist literature, where such issues as Reich raised were given some scant appreciation. But mostly, women and children were to become merely emotionless cogs in a Marxist social machinery. And for those very reasons, Reich progressively began to distance himself from the rigid tenets of Marxist economic determinism, and became anti-communist in sentiments, starting shortly after he made a trip to the Soviet Union in 1929. From then onwards, it became increasingly clear to him that the Soviets and German communists were anti-freedom in basic nature, and not just on the issues of sexual freedom or the raising of healthy children, which was of foremost importance to Reich. And the suspicious sentiments were mutual. The Communist Party of Germany expelled Reich from their membership around the same time Hitler came to power, in early 1933. We also know some things today that Reich did not, namely that the NKVD (forerunner of the KGB) was tracking Reich thereafter when he moved from Germany into Scandinavia, putting him on a death-list. And we know also how American communists went after Reich with a vengeance following the 1946 publication of an English version of his Mass Psychology of Fascism, which spoke about communists as Red Fascist, exposing their anti-freedom agendas. For details and citations on that, see my article:

New Evidence on the Persecution and Death of Wilhelm Reich

While Reich continued until the end of his life to believe the Marxian dialectic and value added by work, he powerfully rejected the "ism" of Marx. After arrival in America, seeing democracy and capitalism at work without feudalistic "royal" tendencies, he became a staunch anti-Communist and loathed the deceitful left-wing and sneaky fascist-apologist sentiments of liberalism. I would lay the argument, if Reich had known of the Genocide Quotes which are now gathered in my book, these horrible words from Marx, Engels, Lenin and Trotsky advocating genocide and expressing outrageous race-hatred, he would probably have reacted with revulsion -- as I and many others have -- and then fully dissociated himself from every aspect of Marxism. And from there, with a bit of research, Reich could have discovered what others have, that "Marxist" claims on dialectic materialism, which were productively used in Reich's own experiments and later emerged as the important method of orgonomic functionalism, was factually developed into Western philosophy well before Marx and Engels. Such ideas began at least as early as the ancient Greeks, and appeared in German philosophy as recently as Hegel, whose work was known to both Marx and Engels. Marx and Engels were not the originators of those useful concepts, no more than they originated the "value added" concept, which was known and understood by every exploited laborer or craftsman since the ancient times of feudalism. Neither were Marx nor Engels the originators of the many social-reform movements, which pre-dated them and in fact blossomed into the public consciousness with generalized rebellion and revolution against the power of Kings going back hundreds of years. The American and French Revolutions were two such social movements which owe nothing to Marx or Engels, much less Lenin or Trotsky, and many other democratically-oriented non-communist social reform movements blossomed around the world. Marxists everywhere exploited those social-freedom movements, however, generally by use of lies and skullduggery, often by shooting the authentic reformers and forcing their way into power. Many authentic social reform movements were thereby diverted away from their original freedom-oriented goals towards bloody Marxist-Communist dictatorial ends -- not merely in Russia, but later in China, SE Asia, Cuba and elsewhere.

By my own impression, Marx, Engels, Lenin and Trotsky, and virtually all other Communist leaders, come off as rather disgusting characters filled with hatred for the whole world, boiling over with a rage and lust for power, and desiring big bloody genocidal wars, to "punish the non-believers" who had rejected their beloved Communist utopia. Nobody here would want them to baby-sit their children, much less turn to them for guidance on how the world should be run, or hand them the keys to power. And virtually every Marxist social movement which was successful in grabbing power behaved in a manner congruent with the unflattering picture as emerges from their own lesser-known writings, extracted and revealed in the book above, which is now available for purchase.

More will be said on this in a later context, but for now, it becomes increasingly important that the unmasked and true characters of Marx, Engels, Lenin and Trotsky be understood by all those who currently view them as "friends of the worker" or "friends of human freedom". They were not.

James DeMeo, PhD


SAMPLE QUOTES: Get the above book for the full set of GENOCIDE QUOTES.

"There is only one way in which the murderous death agonies of the old society and the bloody birth throes of the new society can be shortened, simplified and concentrated, and that way is revolutionary terrorism."
- Karl Marx, "The Victory of the Counter-Revolution in Vienna", Neue Rheinische Zeitung, Nov. 7, 1848.

"Among all the nations and sub-nations of Austria, only three standard-bearers of progress took an active part in history, and are still capable of life -- the Germans, the Poles and the Magyars. Hence they are now revolutionary. All the other large and small nationalities and peoples are destined to perish before long in the revolutionary war-storm. ... [A general war will] wipe out all these racial trash down to their very names. The next world war will result in the disappearance from the face of the earth not only of reactionary classes and dynasties, but also of entire reactionary peoples. And that, too, is a step forward."
- Friedrich Engels, "The Magyar Struggle," Neue Rheinische Zeitung, January 13, 1849.

"We would be deceiving both ourselves and the people if we concealed from the masses the necessity of a desperate, bloody war of extermination, as the immediate task of the coming revolutionary action."
- V.I. Lenin, "Lessons of the Moscow Uprising", Proletary, No.2, 29 August 1906.

"For us, we were never concerned with the Kantian-priestly and vegetarian-Quaker prattle about the 'sacredness of human life'.
- Leon Trotsky, Terror and Communism 1920 (Toned-down for the Western audiences as Dictatorship Versus Democracy, Workers Party of America, 1922, p.63.)

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Marx Engels Lenin Trotsky: Genocide Quotes. Hidden History of Communism's Founding Tyrants, in their Own Words.
By James DeMeo, PhD

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