Karl Marx And His Some Weird Thought About India

Karl Marx.Image Courtesy: Wikipedia

Have you ever thought why communist hate Hinduism and Indian civilization so much?Answer is simple.It is because of theirProphet ‘Karl Marx’.See the views of Karl Marx about Hinduism.He wrote in the New-York Herald Tribune-

(1)”that they transformed a self-developing social state into never changing natural destiny,and thus brought about a brutalizing worship of nature, exhibiting its degradation in the fact that man,the sovereign of nature,fell down on his knees in adoration of Kanuman(Hanuman),the monkey,and .
 Sabbala,the cow”.

Can you imagine how derogatory it is! These writings provide a valid reason to communists to hate any thing that is Hindu in nature.Because they are ardent follower of their Prophet ‘Karl Marx’.So how can they ignore the message of Hindu hatred.

Let’s leave Hindus.Take a look of Prophet Karl Marx views about British rule.He is glorifying British rule by saying that it produced the greatest social revolution in Asia.Can you imagine,how a man can be so insensible that he is glorifying the job-losses of weaver and spinner which ultimately produced mass-poverty among these people as a Greatest revolution!

Look what exactly he said.-

(2)”English interference having placed the spinner in Lancashire and the weaver in Bengal, or sweeping away both Hindoo spinner and weaver, dissolved these small semi-barbarian semi- civilized,communities, by blowing up their economical basis, and thus produced the greatest, and to speak the truth, the only social revolution ever heard of in Asia.”

(3)England has to fulfill a double mission in India: one destructive, the other regenerating the annihilation of old Asiatic society, and the laying the material foundations of Western society in Asia.


(1)25 June 1853- The British Rule in India-New-York Daily Tribune
(2)25 June 1853- The British Rule in India-New-York Daily Tribune
(3)8 Aug 1853- The Future Results of British Rule in India-New-York Daily Tribune

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