Though Karl Marx is one of the most widely-read and influential thinkers of all time, his writings on Jewish financial power have been censored and downplayed by both mainstream institutions and Marxist activists. Hardly anyone knows that Marx wrote things like:
"The Jew, who is merely tolerated in Vienna for example, determines the fate of the whole Empire by his financial power. The Jew, who may be entirely without rights in the smallest German state, decides the destiny of Europe."
"Money is the jealous god of Israel, beside which no other god may exist. Money abases all the gods of mankind and changes them into commodities. Money is the universal and self-sufficient value of all things. It has, therefore, deprived the whole world, both the human world and nature, of their own proper value. Money is the alienated essence of man's work and existence; this essence dominates him and he worships it. The god of the Jews has been secularized and has become the god of this world. The bill of exchange is the real god of the Jew."
Was Marx crazy? Was he wrong? Was he a self-hating Jew? And why aren't we allowed to talk about this aspect of his writings? Could it be because, as Gilad Atzmon says, Jewish power is the power to suppress discussion of Jewish power?