The Search for the MF in History Continues

The thesis is that Karl Marx was a reincarnation of Abraham. A lot of propaganda has gone into whitewashing socialism and communism (Case Study 21). The reason is there are forces attempting to convince us to go to hell in such a way that we look forward to the trip.

Let’s think about this. If Marx was Abraham and knew (or believed) it, he wouldn’t want the Jewish version (from the Tanakh) of his past story being told the original way. It’s been rewritten as the Old Testament and in the Quran. The progressive versions making Abraham look a little better each time.

In the Tanakh Abraham killed his son Isaac. He pimped out his wife twice to get money and leverage on the Pharaoh and the king of Gerar. He made a pact with the sorcerer who would become god to the Canaanites. The god of Canaan was Moloch and people would sacrifice their firstborn children to him. They would also cut off the foreskins of their male children at the age of eight days. Abraham set up the inhabitants of Siddim and Gomorrah to look like homosexuals and the Pharaoh, who Abraham had leverage over, razed the cities. Abraham took the souls of the dead to be reprogrammed.

With this in mind, what better way to erase the past he (and his buddies) keep repeating but to eradicate religion? Neither of Marx’s legitimate sons lived to adulthood. His two daughters committed suicide. They’ve been trying to destroy the Jews and their writings for thousands of years. Theirs isn’t the only religion that makes sense out of what many see no sense in. Marxism, that is socialism and communism, makes religion illegal.

What is the worldly religion of the Jew? Huckstering. What is his worldly God? Money. … Money is the jealous god of Israel, in face of which no other god may exist. Money degrades all the gods of man—and turns them into commodities. … The bill of exchange is the real god of the Jew. His god is only an illusory bill of exchange. … The chimerical nationality of the Jew is the nationality of the merchant, of the man of money in general.” Karl Marx, “On the Jewish Question,” 1844

If Marx knew he was Abraham, and I submit he did, then this statement is nothing more than an attempt to play off that he was indeed the one playing god to them in the first place. He may have been a Roman Emperor that started the second diaspora.