Jean-Claude Juncker, the unelected President of the European Commission, has agreed to open an exhibition to Karl Marx, the father of Communism, in Trier to mark the 200th anniversary of Marx’s birth. The exhibition will also feature a statue of Marx – a waste of British taxpayers’ money!!
The plans have been strongly condemned in Britain and across Europe, especially in the former Communist controlled Eastern European countries where far-Left tyrannies murdered and imprisoned millions of people.
In total, Marxist regimes murdered nearly 110 million people from 1917 to 1987. For perspective on this incredible toll, note that all domestic and foreign wars during the 20th century killed around 35 million. That is, when Marxists control states, Marxism is more deadly than all the wars of the 20th century, including World Wars I and II, and the Korean and Vietnam Wars. (Source: WND.)
Tory MP Daniel Kawczynski, who as a seven-year-old boy fled to Britain with his family from the brutal Communist regime in Poland, demanded that Juncker rejects the invitation and does not attend the commemorative event.
He said: “I think it’s in very poor taste we have to remember that Marxism was all about ripping power and individual means away from people and giving to State.
“Marxism led to the killing of millions around the world as it allowed a small band of fanatics to suppress the people we must learn the lessons from this and share with our children.”
This is all very telling and it sums up what Juncker has in mind for his dream of a European superstate where democracy is just a meaningless word. Indeed, the EU’s lack of democratic accountability and desire to centralise power in an unelected Commission has already been compared to the old Soviet Union by its former leader Mikhail Gorbachev. Perhaps now some of the Remoaners will understand what the EU is really all about!
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