― Karl Marx, The Communist Manifesto
I am sure that you think that you can pull the wool over my eyes and outright lie to me, but unfortunately for you Marxists dont agree with your foolery.
"The increase in crime and violence, pornography, bourgeois selfishness and the brutal indifference to the sufferings of others, sadism, disintegration of the family and the collapse of traditional morality, drug addiction and alcoholism—all those things provoking the hypocritical wrath and indignation of reactionaries—are only symptoms of the senile degeneration of capitalism. In the same way that similar phenomena accompanied the period of decline of slave society under the Roman Empire."
If we consider this: Origin of the family: In Defence of Engels and Morgan That Marxism assumes that family is only valid in a communistic society that Capitalism destroys the family (see feminism etc) then what I asserted about Marx was right on the money.
“There can be no poor and needy – the communistic household and the gens know their responsibility towards the aged, the sick and those disabled in war. All are free and equal - including the women. There is as yet no room for slaves or, as a rule, for subjugation of alien tribes…
“This is what mankind and human society were like before class divisions arose.” Engels, The Origin, pp. 519-20,
Marx and Engels criticize the relationship between capital and labor, arguing that it dehumanizes the working-class into slave labor and destroys family relations and all sense of morality and replaces it with money relations.