Product information "The Uncommunist Manifesto - Alex Svetski & Mark Moss - Paperback"
Authors Aleks Svetski & Mark Moss needed to get the youngest generations off the most deadly drug of them all: Communism.
Humanity is at a crossroads. Never have we had so much potential to do good in the world or literally transform our civilization into transnational gulags.
Almost 175 Years have passed since the Communist Manifesto was written and circulated by Marx and Engels. Some statistics point to it being one of the most widely read and distributed works of political science and economics. However, the core ideology has led to hundreds of millions of murders worldwide at the hands of those who fervently 'believed' and 'reformed' society by its decrees.
It's about time something was written to help challenge and potentially unwind some of the moral, intellectual, social, and economic damage done since.
Why is it that an idea with a consistent failure rate draws more young people to it than ever before? What is it about the original book that's so infectious that it continues to influence people around the world almost two centuries later? What elements of the original text are accurate observations, and what conclusions are drawn ignorant of human psychology and praxeology that lead to devastating consequences?
We wrote The UnCommunist Manifesto to answer these questions and much more. We emulated the format and length of the Communist Manifesto, so it is a sharp, concise and lucid read, but the message contained is a reminder for people to reach upward and become better versions of themselves instead of renouncing individual responsibility by classifying themselves into static groups and intellectually validating their desire to bring others down to their level.
One goal was to change the axis of the “struggle". Marx and Engels outlined it as “a struggle between two classes’, whom an individual is arbitrarily assigned to based on their material wealth. We reject this and assert that the real struggle is between individual autonomy, sovereignty, and responsibility versus the collectivist tendency toward group identity politics, rights, entitlements, and co-dependencies. Between cooperation and coercion. It always has been.We hope to see it used as an inspirational text in the years ahead as Individuals seek to maintain autonomy and claim sovereignty, while the collective seeks to coerce.
Our longer-term hope is that this text can be a beacon of hope, sanity, and sense in a world being swallowed up by the envy inherently justified by Marxist doctrine.Humanity is at a crossroads. Never have we had so much potential to do good in the world, or literally transform our civilization into transnational gulags.The siren call of Marxist entropy is stronger than ever.The greatness and sanctity of the individual and the soul must counter it. May this book be not just an answer to the misguided, nihilistic, and often dangerous ideology that is Marxism, but a message of hope, responsibility, and liberty for all. This is the first edition, and we hope that you find deep meaning within it.