Marxism, of course, was named after Karl Marx and not to go into this deeply his theory was based upon one simple idea, that the bourgeousie were the oppressors and the proletariate were the oppressed. Of course, his ideas were based upon economics. When today people speak of 'Cultural Marxism' this is very simply the theories of Marx extended into many other areas of life, nonetheless based upon the same 'oppressor' and 'oppressed'.
Capitalism or mercantilism and money-lending with interest (usury) was never a system used by the Germanic Folk, it started in areas such as the Middle East and worked its way here through the Roman Empire, as did the alien Judaeo-Christian religion. We have to understand this because it forms the core of much of our late history. The origins of the 'oppressor' do not lie here in Europe, and thus this move by Marx was a kind of 'shape-shift' in which he and others of his kind became the 'Champions of the Oppressed'. This, of course, was in his time the 'class-struggle' which drove class against class; in fact the 'class-system' was alien to the Germanic Folk whose Divine Order was the Caste System which was never based upon economics. Economics formed a lower level in the Caste System, and served the people, not the other way around.
In 1066 CE the Normans and Bretons invaded England under William of Normandy, and thus came to an end the relative freedom of the English People. (I say 'relative' because the Judaeo-Christian Church was already making headway in destroying the Folk-Religion and replacing it with a 'Global Religion'.) The Normans were financed by the money-lenders, and they brought with them the 'Feudal System' which was a 'Great Reset' imposed upon the English. Before this time the backbone of the English Nation was the ceorl or 'Freeman'; the Feudal System took the land from the 'Freeman', gave it to the barons and the church. The old yeomen would then have to work hard in order to provide not only for their families, but to pay taxes to the barons, the church, and to pay back the money-lenders.
Another part of Marxist Communism was the idea of the 'collective' rather than the individual (the 'sheep' rather than the 'wolf'); as such private property was not permitted and in the Communist Revolution in Russia some 60-80 million people were killed in order to drive the people from their land into the urban areas - Global Communism or Global Socialism is an urban movement, small rural areas cannot be controlled easily. China underwent a similar process under Maoist Communism. There is already a drive to destroy Rural England and in the next few years we shall see further moves to destroy our rural areas, and to push town and city boundaries out further and further, and force rural populations into the growing urban sprawls. The Industrial Revolution did much the same, and in the process created vast slums which never existed before to any degree.
'Cultural Marxism', as I have just said, expanded the ideas of Marx into other areas of life, and I will give a few examples here based upon the 'Oppressors' and the 'Oppressed' -
- Man (Oppressor) - Woman (Oppressed).
- White Man (Oppressor) - Black Man (Oppressed).
- White Male (Oppressor) - Everyone else (Oppressed).
- Patriarchy (Oppressor) - Matriarchy (Oppressed).
- English (Oppressor) - Migrants (Oppressed).