Karl Marx writes in his letter to Abraham Lincoln,
“The workingmen of Europe feel sure that, as the American War of Independence initiated a new era of ascendancy for the middle class, so the American Antislavery War will do for the working classes. They consider it an earnest of the epoch to come that it fell to the lot of Abraham Lincoln, the single-minded son of the workingclass, to lead his country through the matchless struggle for the rescue of an enchained race and the reconstruction of a social world.”
Young Spartacus, Number 105, December 1982-January 1983,
“The American Civil War is, in fact, one of the few clearly revolutionary wars in history. Revolutionaries of the era flocked to fight in the Union army, and of these, German revolutionary emigres from the 1848 Revolution formed the largest contingent. Friedrich Anneke, Friedrich Franz Hecker, Marx’s close friend Joseph Weydemeyer, were all colonels in the Union army. Marx personally knew Union generals and German revolutionaries August Willich, Louis Blenker, Alexander Schimmelfennig and Carl Schurz. Gustave Paul Clusseret, later a Paris Communard and comrade of Marx, gained experience as a Union general in the Civil War.”
Introduction: If you support the Yankee cause in the Civil War you are a Communist.
Here is a List of Union Leaders who were Communists.
1. Brigadier General Joseph Weydemeyer was a member of the Communist League. You can find correspondence between Weydemeyer and Karl Marx in Marx’s Letter to Joseph Weydemeyer, March 5, 1852.
2. Assistant Secretary of War Charles Anderson Dana, also managing editor of the New York Tribune was connected to Karl Marx. Dana had Marx’s work published frequently. The letter written to Brigadier General Joseph Weydemeyer, mentions Dana in the first line as being a coadjutor with Marx.
3. According to Young Spartacus, as quoted above, Louis Blenker, previous member of the German Revolutionary party of 1848, (And remember, 1848 is the year of the Third French Revolution and the Communist Manifesto) and Brigadier General of the Union Army, had strong connections to Karl Marx.
4. One of the Leaders of the Communist League in Germany, August Willich, later Major General in the Union Army, had strong connections to Marx as Young Spartacus testifies.
5. Allan Pinkerton, formerly active in Socialist British Chartism, was later head of the Union Intelligence Service for the Yankee’s Union Army.
6. As testified by Young Spartacus, Carl Schurz, later Union Army General, had strong Connections to Karl Marx, as he was also active in the German Revolution of 1848.
7. As testified by Young Spartacus, Alexander Schimmelfennig had strong connections to Karl Marx and, and was a general in the Union Army. He was previously active in the Communist League and was closely connected to Carl Schurz and August Willich.
8. Franz SIEGEL, Union Major General, was previously active in the German Revolution of 1848 and the 1849 Baden Revolution. Later he became the director of the St. Louis public schools in 1860. Are we starting to see how and why the myth of the Virtuous Yankee has been forced onto our minds here?
9. As testified by Young Spartacus, Friedrich Karl Franz HECKER was also connected to Karl Marx. He also was active in the German Revolution of 1848. He was later Brigade Commander in the Union Army.
Others are listed here, but I think the reader gets the message.
The Civil War was first, not a Civil War. We in the South were not fighting to control the United States Government. That would have been a Civil War. We were fighting for the right to be left alone. It was a war of Northern Communist Aggression and as I have shown, Communism was created and Controlled by the Jesuits. Let’s just be quite accurate: It was a Communist Revolution which in fact is a Jesuit controlled INQUISITION.