Karl Marx believed that in his world, the individual would need to make personal sacrifices for the greater good of the greater number. Unlike our founding fathers, he did not believe that we were endowed by our Creator with natural rights. He believed that individuals only had privileges granted to them by the government
Marx did not believe that we had a God given right to life, liberty or property. He did not even believe that there was a God.
Our founding fathers had a completely different idea about the foundation of an ideal society. While the founders believed we were endowed by our Creator with certain unalienable rights including the right to life, liberty and property, Karl Marx believed that our rights were actually privileges granted to us by the government.
Rather than exercising our free agency in his world, individuals are compelled to do whatever they are told. We are no longer being governed by the principles upon which our nation was founded, we have embraced the principles of the Communist Manifesto. Watch the following video on the ten planks of the Communist Manifesto. See how many of them are current American federal government policy today.
The Tenth Plank is the Final Nail in Our Coffin