“THIS WHOLE JEWISH WORLD, COMPRISING A SINGLE EXPLOITING SECT, A KIND OF BLOOD SUCKING PEOPLE, A KIND OF ORGANIC DESTRUCTIVE COLLECTIVE PARASITE, GOING BEYOND NOT ONLY THE FRONTIERS OF STATES, BUT OF POLITICAL OPINION, THIS WORLD IS NOW, AT LEAST FOR THE MOST PART, AT THE DISPOSAL OF MARX ON THE ONE HAND, AND OF ROTHSCHILD ON THE OTHER… THIS MAY SEEM STRANGE. WHAT CAN THERE BE IN COMMON BETWEEN SOCIALISM AND A LEADING BANK? THE POINT IS THAT AUTHORITARIAN SOCIALISM, MARXIST COMMUNISM, DEMANDS A STRONG CENTRALISATION OF THE STATE. AND WHERE THERE IS CENTRALISATION OF THE STATE, THERE MUST NECESSARILY BE A CENTRAL BANK, AND WHERE SUCH A BANK EXISTS, THE PARASITIC JEWISH NATION, SPECULATING WITH THE LABOUR OF THE PEOPLE, WILL BE FOUND.” MIKHAIL BAKUNIN See COUSIN KARL ——-THE BLOOD TIES BETWEEN KARL MARX AND THE ROTHSCHILDS
Mikhail Aleksandrovich Bakunin, (born May 30, 1814, Premukhino, Russia—died July 1 , 1876, Bern, Switzerland), chief propagator of 19th-century anarchism, a prominent Russian revolutionary agitator, and a prolific political writer. His quarrel with Karl Marx split the anarchist and Marxist wings of the revolutionary socialist movement for many years after their deaths.
Bakunin was the eldest son of a small landowner in the province of Tver. His lifetime of revolt began when he was sent to the Artillery School in St. Petersburg and later was posted to a military unit on the Polish frontier. In 1835 he absented himself without leave and resigned his commission, an action for which he narrowly escaped arrest for desertion. During the next five years he divided his time between Premukhino, where he plunged into the study of the German philosophers Johann Fichte and Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel, and Moscow, where he moved in the literary circles of the critic Vissarion Grigoryevich Belinsky, the novelist Ivan Turgenev, and the publicist Aleksandr Herzen.
In 1840, with his opinions still in a fluid and turbulent state, he journeyed to Berlin to complete his education. There he fell under the spell of the Young Hegelians, the radical followers of Hegel. After moving to Dresden, Bakunin published his first revolutionary credo in a radical journal in 1842, ending with a now-famous aphorism: “The passion for destruction is also a creative passion.” This brought him a peremptory order to return to Russia and, on his refusal, the loss of his passport. After brief periods in Switzerland and Belgium, Bakunin settled in Paris, where he consorted with French and German Socialists, including Pierre-Joseph Proudhon and Karl Marx, and numerous Polish émigrés who inspired him to combine the cause of the national liberation of the Slav peoples with that of social revolution.
The February Revolution of 1848 in Paris gave him his first taste of street fighting, and after a few days of eager participation he traveled eastward in the hope of fanning the flames of revolution in Germany and Poland. In Prague in June 1848, he attended the Slav congress, which ended when Austrian troops bombarded the city. Later that year, in the secure retreat of Anhalt-Köthen in Germany, he wrote his first major manifesto, An Appeal to the Slavs, in which he denounced the bourgeoisie as a spent counterrevolutionary force, called for the overthrow of the Habsburg Empire and the creation in central Europe of a free federation of Slav people’s, and counted on the peasant—especially the Russian peasant—with his tradition of violent revolt, as the agent of the coming revolution.
BUKANINS PHILOSOPHY WAS SIMPLE “Does it follow that I reject all authority? Far from me such a thought. In the matter of boots, I refer to the authority of the bootmaker; concerning houses, canals, or railroads, I consult that of the architect or the engineer.For such or such special knowledge I apply to such or such a savant. But I allow neither the bootmaker nor the architect nor savant to impose his authority upon me. I listen to them freely and with all the respect merited by their intelligence, their character, their knowledge, reserving always my incontestable right of criticism and censure. I do not content myself with consulting a single authority in any special branch; I consult several; I compare their opinions, and choose that which seems to me the soundest. But I recognise no infallible authority, even in special questions“
Bakunin’s major writings directly reflected his conflict with Marx. Bakunin never ceased to preach the overthrow of the existing order by violent means,but he rejected political control, centralization, and subordination to authority.Both personally and theoretically, Bakunin threatened all Marxists.
The most famous episode of Bakunin’s later years was his quarrel with Marx.
While living in Geneva in 1868, he joined the First International, a federation of working-class parties aimed at transforming the capitalist societies into socialist commonwealths and eventually unifying them in a world federation. At the same time, however, he enrolled his followers in a semisecret Social Democratic Alliance, which he conceived as a revolutionary avant-garde within the International. The First International was unable to contain both of the two powerful and incompatible personalities, and at a congress in 1872 at The Hague Marx, by an intrigue that had little relation to the causes of the quarrel, secured the expulsion of Bakunin and his followers from the International.(Did Cousin Rothschild help ?) Source http://www.britannica.com/EBchecked/topic/49654/Mikhail-Aleksandrovich-Bakunin
For those with time and patience compare the Hasbara flavoured Wikipedia entry (See WIKIPEDIA BEING MANIPULATED BY HASBARA ) and the Encyclopedia Britannica entry on Bakunin
FROM THE DATE OF MARXs TAKEOVER OF THE INTERNATIONAL JEWS CAME CRAWLING IN AND TOOK CONTROL OF THE “COMMUNIST MOVEMENT “
IN THE END HE WAS PROVEN RIGHT THE JEWISH LEAD COMMINIST MOVEMENT LEAD BY LENIN (HALF JEW REAL NAME BLANCK ULYANOV) STALIN (RUMOURED TO BE A JEWISH BASTARDREAL NAME DUGASHVILLI ) AND TROTSKY (PURE JEW REAL NAME BRONSTEIN ) DID TAKE OVER HIS BELOVED RUSSIA AND TURNED IT INTO A TALMUDIC HELL