Karl Marx 201st Birth Anniversary: Inspiring Quotes Celebrating the Greatest Socio-Economic Thinker's Vision for Proletariat Class
Karl Marx's tomb at Highgate Cemetery in London. (Photo Credit: Facebook)

Karl Marx, whose name itself became a thought for those fighting for rights of the proletariat class and the poor, is considered as the most respected person on earth. Marx's philosophy and vision to see the political, economic and societal conditions  - prevailing globally - gave a new direction and voice to the discriminated proletariat class, who were burdened with high taxes, exploitation and marginalisation. Let us celebrate this memorable day by sharing motivational and inspiring Karl Marx quotes to wish Karl Marx on his 201st birthday anniversary.

Coined as Marxism, the socialist crusader's ideology stood for what he thought was right for the society, politics, economics and nations' development. For him, capitalism was the prime reason for all the exploitation and marginalisation occurring globally on the peasants and the proletariat class. He was of the opinion that 'all private property should be abolished' and the 'means of production should be owned by the producers'. Labour Day 2019 Wishes: Best Quotes, WhatsApp Messages, GIF Greetings to Commemorate Struggle, Dedication and Commitment of The Proletariat Class. 

Here are some inspiring and motivational quotes by the greatest iconic social and economic crusader for all the fellow Marxists and followers of Karl Marx's ideology on Karl Marx's 201st birthday anniversary:

The Quote Reads:

The philosophers have only interpreted the world, in various ways. The point, however, is to change it.

A quote by Karl Marx. (Photo Credit: File Image)

A quote by Karl Marx. (Photo Credit: File Image)

The Quote Reads:

The history of all hitherto existing society is the history of class struggles.

A quote by Karl Marx. (Photo Credit: File Image)

A quote by Karl Marx. (Photo Credit: File Image)

The Quote Reads:

Workers of the world unite; you have nothing to lose but your chains.

A quote by Karl Marx. (Photo Credit: File Image)

A quote by Karl Marx. (Photo Credit: File Image)

The Quote Reads:

The production of too many useful things results in too many useless people.

A quote by Karl Marx. (Photo Credit: File Image)

A quote by Karl Marx. (Photo Credit: File Image)

The Quote Reads:

Last words are for fools who haven't said enough.

A quote by Karl Marx. (Photo Credit: File Image)

A quote by Karl Marx. (Photo Credit: File Image)

The Quote Reads:

The theory of Communism may be summed up in one sentence: Abolish all private property.

A quote by Karl Marx. (Photo Credit: File Image)

A quote by Karl Marx. (Photo Credit: File Image)

The Quote Reads:

History repeats itself, first as tragedy, second as farce.

A quote by Karl Marx. (Photo Credit: File Image)

A quote by Karl Marx. (Photo Credit: File Image)

Historical Aspect:

The German philosopher, economist, historian, sociologist, political theorist, journalist and socialist revolutionary - name what you can - lead a life of full of struggles and barred from various countries for challenging the authoritarian rule exploiting the working class and looting the production by the actual producers.

Be it Germany, France, Italy, Belgium or the United Kingdom, Marx struggled all his life for an egalitarian society and fought for rights of the proletariat class - who were considered useless and had no voice at all to argue the dictatorial authority. Marx and his thoughts state one simple thing - the working class should carry out organised revolutionary action to topple capitalism and bring about socio-economic emancipation.

His publications - 'The Communist Manifesto', three-volume of 'Das Kapital', 'The Economic and Philosophical Manuscripts', 'The Holy Family', 'The Poverty of Philosophy', 'A Contribution to the Critique of Political Economy', 'Theories of Surplus Value', 'Critique of the Gotha Program', 'Wage, Labour and Capital', 'Civil War in France', 'The Class Struggles in France', 'The German Ideology', among others - are widely read, researched, referred and critiqued globally.

It is the contribution of Marx and his theories that gave birth to prominent and popular theories like Leninism, Marxism–Leninism, Trotskyism, Maoism, Luxemburgism and libertarian Marxism. These theories have not only empowered the proletariat class and the poor, but have led to uprising and revolution in France, Russia, Germany, United States, India, China, South American Continent, among other places. International Workers' Day 2019: Date & Significance of The Proletariat Festival Commemorating Struggle to Achieve 8-Hour Working Day. 

Today when we remember the greatest iconic social and economic crusader on earth on his birthday, we are actually thanking him for his contributions for empowering us to think logically and stand for what's right. LatestLY thanks and celebrates the greatest socio-economic thinker for his contributions in uniting the voices of the marginalised and deprived class. Happy Birthday Karl Marx.