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Legacy of KARL MARX tarnished by allegations of 'sexual misconduct', victimizing his subordinate housemaid, one Helene Demuth, while Marx was married to one Jenny Marx.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Helene_Demuth

"..On June 23, 1851 Helene Demuth gave birth to a boy believed by most scholars to have been sired by Karl Marx.[2]..."
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2018-01-01 10:49:40 UTC
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Legacy of KARL MARX tarnished by allegations of 'sexual misconduct', victimizing his subordinate housemaid, one Helene Demuth, while Marx was married to one Jenny Marx.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Helene_Demuth
"..On June 23, 1851 Helene Demuth gave birth to a boy believed by most scholars to have been sired by Karl Marx.[2]..."
He was a scum bag. Another self-loathing Jew.
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"Karl Marx, the son of Hirschel and Henrietta Marx, was born in Trier, Germany, in 1818. Hirschel Marx was a lawyer and to escape anti-Semitism decided to abandon his Jewish faith when Karl was a child. Although the majority of people living in Trier were Catholics, Marx decided to become a Protestant. He also changed his name from Hirschel to Heinrich."

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2018-01-01 13:23:52 UTC
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Legacy of KARL MARX tarnished by allegations of 'sexual misconduct', victimizing his subordinate housemaid, one Helene Demuth, while Marx was married to one Jenny Marx.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Helene_Demuth
"..On June 23, 1851 Helene Demuth gave birth to a boy believed by most scholars to have been sired by Karl Marx.[2]..."
Also look to the President!
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Legacy of KARL MARX tarnished by allegations of 'sexual misconduct', victimizing his subordinate housemaid, one Helene Demuth, while Marx was married to one Jenny Marx.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Helene_Demuth
"..On June 23, 1851 Helene Demuth gave birth to a boy believed by most scholars to have been sired by Karl Marx.[2]..."
Marx was afflicted by poor health (what he himself described as "the
wretchedness of existence")[186] and various authors have sought to
describe and explain it. His biographer Werner Blumenberg attributed
it to liver and gall problems which Marx had in 1849 and from which he
was never afterwards free, exacerbated by an unsuitable lifestyle. The
attacks often came with headaches, eye inflammation, neuralgia in the
head and rheumatic pains. A serious nervous disorder appeared in 1877
and protracted insomnia was a consequence, which Marx fought with
narcotics. The illness was aggravated by excessive nocturnal work and
faulty diet. Marx was fond of highly seasoned dishes, smoked fish,
caviare, pickled cucumbers, "none of which are good for liver
patients", but he also liked wine and liqueurs and smoked an enormous
amount "and since he had no money, it was usually bad-quality cigars".
From 1863, Marx complained a lot about boils: "These are very frequent
with liver patients and may be due to the same causes".[187] The
abscesses were so bad that Marx could neither sit nor work upright.
According to Blumenberg, Marx's irritability is often found in liver
patients:

The illness emphasised certain traits in his character. He argued
cuttingly, his biting satire did not shrink at insults, and his
expressions could be rude and cruel. Though in general Marx had a
blind faith in his closest friends, nevertheless he himself complained
that he was sometimes too mistrustful and unjust even to them. His
verdicts, not only about enemies but even about friends, were
sometimes so harsh that even less sensitive people would take offence…
There must have been few whom he did not criticize like this… not even
Engels was an exception.[188]

According to Princeton historian J.E. Seigel, in his late teens Marx
may have had pneumonia or pleurisy, the effects of which led to his
being exempted from Prussian military service. In later life whilst
working on Capital (which he never completed),[189] Marx suffered from
a trio of afflictions. A liver ailment, probably hereditary, was
aggravated by overwork, bad diet and lack of sleep. Inflammation of
the eyes was induced by too much work at night. A third affliction,
eruption of carbuncles or boils, "was probably brought on by general
physical debility to which the various features of Marx's style of
life — alcohol, tobacco, poor diet, and failure to sleep — all
contributed. Engels often exhorted Marx to alter this dangerous
regime". In Professor Siegel's thesis, what lay behind this punishing
sacrifice of his health may have been guilt about self-involvement and
egoism, originally induced in Karl Marx by his father.[190]

In 2007, a retrodiagnosis of Marx's skin disease was made by
dermatologist Sam Shuster of Newcastle University and for Shuster the
most probable explanation was that Marx suffered not from liver
problems, but from hidradenitis suppurativa, a recurring infective
condition arising from blockage of apocrine ducts opening into hair
follicles. This condition, which was not described in the English
medical literature until 1933 (hence would not have been known to
Marx's physicians), can produce joint pain (which could be
misdiagnosed as rheumatic disorder) and painful eye conditions. To
arrive at his retrodiagnosis, Shuster considered the primary material:
the Marx correspondence published in the 50 volumes of the Marx/Engels
Collected Works. There, "although the skin lesions were called
'furuncules', 'boils' and 'carbuncles' by Marx, his wife and his
physicians, they were too persistent, recurrent, destructive and
site-specific for that diagnosis". The sites of the persistent
'carbuncles' were noted repeatedly in the armpits, groins, perianal,
genital (penis and scrotum) and suprapubic regions and inner thighs,
"favoured sites of hidradenitis suppurativa". Professor Shuster
claimed the diagnosis "can now be made definitively".[191]

Shuster went on to consider the potential psychosocial effects of the
disease, noting that the skin is an organ of communication and that
hidradenitis suppurativa produces much psychological distress,
including loathing and disgust and depression of self-image, mood and
well-being, feelings for which Shuster found "much evidence" in the
Marx correspondence. Professor Shuster went on to ask himself whether
the mental effects of the disease affected Marx's work and even helped
him to develop his theory of alienation.[192]
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Legacy of KARL MARX tarnished by allegations of 'sexual misconduct', victimizing his subordinate housemaid, one Helene Demuth, while Marx was married to one Jenny Marx.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Helene_Demuth
"..On June 23, 1851 Helene Demuth gave birth to a boy believed by most scholars to have been sired by Karl Marx.[2]..."
Marx was afflicted by poor health (what he himself described as "the
wretchedness of existence")[186]
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My favorite Marx was Groucho.

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Legacy of KARL MARX tarnished by allegations of 'sexual misconduct', victimizing his subordinate housemaid, one Helene Demuth, while Marx was married to one Jenny Marx.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Helene_Demuth
"..On June 23, 1851 Helene Demuth gave birth to a boy believed by most scholars to have been sired by Karl Marx.[2]..."
Marx was afflicted by poor health (what he himself described as "the
wretchedness of existence")[186]
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Legacy of KARL MARX tarnished by allegations of 'sexual misconduct', victimizing his subordinate housemaid, one Helene Demuth, while Marx was married to one Jenny Marx.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Helene_Demuth
"..On June 23, 1851 Helene Demuth gave birth to a boy believed by most scholars to have been sired by Karl Marx.[2]..."
Marx was afflicted by poor health (what he himself described as "the
wretchedness of existence")[186]
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Legacy of KARL MARX tarnished by allegations of 'sexual misconduct', victimizing his subordinate housemaid, one Helene Demuth, while Marx was married to one Jenny Marx.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Helene_Demuth
"..On June 23, 1851 Helene Demuth gave birth to a boy believed by most scholars to have been sired by Karl Marx.[2]..."
Marx was afflicted by poor health (what he himself described as "the
wretchedness of existence")[186]
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Legacy of KARL MARX tarnished by allegations of 'sexual misconduct', victimizing his subordinate housemaid, one Helene Demuth, while Marx was married to one Jenny Marx.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Helene_Demuth
"..On June 23, 1851 Helene Demuth gave birth to a boy believed by most scholars to have been sired by Karl Marx.[2]..."
Marx was afflicted by poor health (what he himself described as "the
wretchedness of existence")[186]
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Legacy of KARL MARX tarnished by allegations of 'sexual misconduct', victimizing his subordinate housemaid, one Helene Demuth, while Marx was married to one Jenny Marx.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Helene_Demuth
"..On June 23, 1851 Helene Demuth gave birth to a boy believed by most scholars to have been sired by Karl Marx.[2]..."
Marx was afflicted by poor health (what he himself described as "the
wretchedness of existence")[186]
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Just a tip on Usenet etiquette. David, this is obviously not your
writing. (Wikipedia?) When you quote a source, always credit the
source by including a link. You would also do well to limit your quote
to a few lines that deal with the subject at hand, and let the reader
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The length is just as long as it needs to be.
And nobody read it.
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Few, if any, take the time to read excessively long Usenet posts.
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Another issue is Fair Use of copyrighted material. In addition to your
own words and argument, use of a small portion of a copyrighted piece
to support a point you are trying to make is more indicative of Fair
Use than simply copying the whole piece. And even when copying less
than a whole piece of copyrighted work, it is important to attribute
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If you take "Marx was afflicted by poor health (what he himself
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Google it, only 2 results come up!
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Legacy of KARL MARX tarnished by allegations of 'sexual misconduct', victimizing his subordinate housemaid, one Helene Demuth, while Marx was married to one Jenny Marx.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Helene_Demuth
"..On June 23, 1851 Helene Demuth gave birth to a boy believed by most scholars to have been sired by Karl Marx.[2]..."
Marx was afflicted by poor health (what he himself described as "the
wretchedness of existence")[186]
<Snip>
Just a tip on Usenet etiquette. David, this is obviously not your
writing. (Wikipedia?) When you quote a source, always credit the
source by including a link. You would also do well to limit your quote
to a few lines that deal with the subject at hand, and let the reader
go to the source to read more. This post is too long.
The length is just as long as it needs to be.
And nobody read it.
Because everyone is just spouting their opinions, not at all
interested in re-examining them periodically, in view of new
information, to determine if they might be wrong.
Few, if any, take the time to read excessively long Usenet posts.
They do if they're *really* interested in what's being discussed!
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Another issue is Fair Use of copyrighted material. In addition to your
own words and argument, use of a small portion of a copyrighted piece
to support a point you are trying to make is more indicative of Fair
Use than simply copying the whole piece. And even when copying less
than a whole piece of copyrighted work, it is important to attribute
the source by posting a link to the original.
If you take "Marx was afflicted by poor health (what he himself
described as "the wretchedness of existence")[186]" and
Google it, only 2 results come up!
Wikipedia ...
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Karl_Marx
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Legacy of KARL MARX tarnished by allegations of 'sexual misconduct', victimizing his subordinate housemaid, one Helene Demuth, while Marx was married to one Jenny Marx.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Helene_Demuth
"..On June 23, 1851 Helene Demuth gave birth to a boy believed by most scholars to have been sired by Karl Marx.[2]..."
Marx was afflicted by poor health (what he himself described as "the
wretchedness of existence")[186]
<Snip>
Just a tip on Usenet etiquette. David, this is obviously not your
writing. (Wikipedia?) When you quote a source, always credit the
source by including a link. You would also do well to limit your quote
to a few lines that deal with the subject at hand, and let the reader
go to the source to read more. This post is too long.
The length is just as long as it needs to be.
And nobody read it.
Because everyone is just spouting their opinions, not at all
interested in re-examining them periodically, in view of new
information, to determine if they might be wrong.
Few, if any, take the time to read excessively long Usenet posts.
They do if they're *really* interested in what's being discussed!
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Another issue is Fair Use of copyrighted material. In addition to your
own words and argument, use of a small portion of a copyrighted piece
to support a point you are trying to make is more indicative of Fair
Use than simply copying the whole piece. And even when copying less
than a whole piece of copyrighted work, it is important to attribute
the source by posting a link to the original.
If you take "Marx was afflicted by poor health (what he himself
described as "the wretchedness of existence")[186]" and
Google it, only 2 results come up!
Wikipedia ...
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Karl_Marx
No shit, Sherlock!

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