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The Tea Party is a Marxist movement

29th August 2010

Half Sigma has a startling analysis.

We should be clear that the Tea Party is not promoting Communism (an idea which turned out to be really bad), but rather that the Tea Party movement represents the rising class consciousness of the Proletariat, as predicted by Marx.

The modern left doesn’t promote the interests of the Proletariat; it’s the Lumpenproletariat that the left is most concerned about. The Democratic Party relies upon the Lumpenproletariat to win elections, and once elected uses the power of government to advance its own moral agenda which is adverse to the interests of the Proletariat.

The people who write columns in newspapers opining how much they hate the Tea Party movement come from the class most closely analogous to what Marx called the Petit-Bourgeoisie.

I’ll bet you didn’t know that.

One Response to “The Tea Party is a Marxist movement”

  1. Rick Says:

    I now understand why I’m confused. I’m not sure if that’s a good thing or not.