Why Did Karl Marx Love “Democracy?”

Idiots and Communists protest “voter suppression” laws.

NY Times: Voting Rights Push, as States Make Voting Harder

President Biden says he won’t keep “quiet” any longer about protecting ballot access. But voting rights groups say he should’ve raised his voice months ago.

Though it’s encouraging to see that the re-balled faction of the Republican’t Party is making bold efforts to finally get Demonrat voter fraud under control; the problem of universal voting rights will, unfortunately, never be addressed. Yes, stopping the dead from resurrecting on Election Day and blocking alien greaseballs from the polls is a worthwhile effort; but just imagine what a better country we would have if “democracy” could be restricted to those born-in-the-USA (or lived here legally for at least 15 years) and aged greater than say, 25 — who can document and demonstrate some moderate levels of financial self-sufficiency, literacy and civic knowledge. Throw in a $25 dollar “skin-in-the-game” poll-tax and watch how fast such riff-raff-proofed elections begin to yield better (or at least less rotten) fruit than the run-of-the-mill scum who get elected to office now, even without fraud.

Effeminate libtards and dumb-as-dirt normies would, of course, shriek in horror over such “fascist” limitations on “voting rights”. They’d say that anything less than universal suffrage would be “un-American.” Yet, limitations on “democracy”  — through means such as poll-taxes and property requirements — were exactly what the nation’s founders wanted! Messrs. Jefferson, Madison, Franklin, Adams et al. — master historians all — each understood that “pure democracy” (as opposed to republican / rule-of-law democracy) would, in due time, lead to chaos, corruption, destruction and tyranny. James Madison, principal author of the U.S. Constitution and 4th U.S. President, wrote the following in Federalist Paper #10:

“Such democracies have ever been spectacles of turbulence and contention; have ever been found incompatible with personal security or the rights of property; and have in general been as short in their lives as they have been violent in their deaths.

Tell it, Mr. President. Tell it!

1. Poll Taxes were once considered as American as Apple Pie — and they prevented the riff-raff from being herded into voting blocs by “get out the vote” operatives. // 2. President Lyndon Baines Johnson congratulates Marxist Loser King after signing the 1965 “Voting Rights Act” which banned literacy tests and poll taxes among the states. (All of a sudden, Demonrats were against a tax???) // 3. James Madison DID NOT want universal suffrage. Voting in the days of the early republic was restricted to property-owning males.

The bad idea of “universal suffrage” without regard for qualifications or mental acuity of any kind was hatched in the minds of “the usual suspects.” 

Karl Marx himself made it clear in the Communist Manifesto and other works that “democracy” 

 was the key to overthrowing the “bourgeois” and achieving the communist “dictatorship of the proletariat.”  The bellowing bearded bum wrote:

“The first step in the revolution by the working class, is to raise the proletariat to the position of ruling class, to win the battle for democracy. “In the modern application of Marxist subversion, the obsession with unlimited “voting rights” ties in perfectly with the Left’s unremitting assault on God, family, community, sanity, beauty and morality. You see, the more that a people can be broken down into amoral, alienated, fatherless singletons devoid of virtue, industriousness, intelligence and natural support networks; the more dependent riff-raff there will be available for Marxist / Globalist political agitators to organize and bestow “voting rights” upon. Manufacture and import enough dummies and degenerates and, in due time, (((they))) will 

indeed “win the battle for democracy” — even if voter fraud is eliminated.

To close this out with a Mike King original — “Democracy” 

is the manure from which the poisonous Marxist mushroom sprouts.

When low-life welfare riff-raff and angry ignorant mobs exercise their “voting rights” — the usual suspects win.