“I agree with 98% of what you stated… However I believe you are mistaken as to how the Marxists want to force people to evolve to bring about a utopia. I believe Marxists/socialists simply identify large segments of society, the segments they believe will stand in the way of the revolutionary transformation of society into a perpetual dictatorship of the proletariat (i.e. the central committee which of course speaks for the proletariat) and they liquidate/massacre that segment.
Marxists identify those who have no place in their utopia and then
go about the pursuit of their utopia by murdering those who don’t
belong.” — Bryan
You are correct. But they aren’t evolving individuals, rather they are evolving humankind – society as a whole.
Think about it this way. If you are removing the “undesirables” from the population, you are evolving the society, and if it is the only society that exists on earth (Marxism invented the term "global governance"), then you are
altering humankind by doing so. If you don’t want people in your
society to have blond hair, the simplest way is just to kill all the
blond haired people. As these people are removed from the gene pool,
they will also be failing to pass on their blond genes to the next
generations… do this for a few generations, and how much do you think
the amount of the future populations will continue to be born blond?
Further, they also believe in social “evolving.” This is precisely what we have already been dealing with today. Homosexuals, for example, have long since claimed they could “cure” society of their homophobia by having mandatory
school instruction on the subject, where they claim it will be
possible to rid society of homophobia in merely one generation – by
brainwashing it out of the kids in the classroom.
"We must declare openly what is concealed, namely, the political function of the school...It is to construct communist society." -- V.I. Lenin
This is also happening in feminism. A few years back, someone sent a me
a document from my province’s teacher’s association/union, where it
was seriously being promoted as part of Grade Eight Social Studies, to
have all the boys write an apology to all of the girls in the class, for
their historical misogyny and abuses against women. This type of
social conditioning, they claimed, would remove misogyny from society
in a mere generation as well.
And it's true. It does work that way.
We have been socially “brainwashed” over the past couple of generations
to have a new view of marriage and family as well. Everyone now comes
from a divorced family, or has been divorced, or at least has a sibling
or some other relative who is divorced. It is now something like 50%
of children live in homes without a biological father present. It is normal now.
And the only people who really know what a society was like when
marriage was still a semi-viable institution, are the Baby-Boomers and a
few spatterings of the elderly who are older than them. Once the Baby
Boomer generation dies off, will there be anyone left who remembers
what such a society was like? There is still some talk today
that No-Fault-Divorce was a really bad idea, comparing it to the time
before it came in. But once those people are gone, who is gonna talk?
Does anyone really talk about presumed-father-custody being undermined
by the suffragettes anymore? 99.9% of people probably don’t even realize
that for thousands of years, the bedrock of society was based on
marriage involving presumed father custody rather than mother custody –
nor that the divorce epidemic began with this change, and not with
no-fault divorce. (The divorce rate rose from less than 2% before the
1870′s – which had held constant for thousands of years – to around one
in seven by the 1920′s. That is about a 700% increase in divorce. Since
then, divorce has risen only a modest 300% or so).
So, yes, Marxists often just simply killed those they didn’t like, but
just because some of the Marxist states used such brutal tactics, does
not necessarily mean it is an “ironclad” Marxist technique to use
murder. It is more about the belief that it is possible for man to
become god himself, and remake the world into heaven on earth.
By the way, an interesting side note about evolution. When Darwin came
out with his thesis, Marx and Engels were extremely excited. Remember
that Marx based his ideology on Hegel’s notion of “The Truth is
Relative.” (There is no Absolute Truth). When Darwin came out with his
book, they regarded it as the science that “proved” they were right.
What evolution means in regard to “The Truth” is that because the world
is always changing, what was true yesterday is no longer true today.
Therefore, what is true today is not necessarily the truth tomorrow.
At any rate, Marx and Engels wrote a letter to Darwin and asked him to affiliate his science with their political ideology.
Darwin declined the honour.