” karl marx and the fema ” , rinaldo rasa agenda19892010 readings of newspaper

In the drama Götz von Berlichingen, Goethe describes a sitting of “Fema” . Fema is a secret sect active in Germany during Seventeenth century. Among the insurgents against the dictatorships or rebels against the authority (e.g. Beati Paoli in Italy) the Fema was well known. The cultural heritage of Fema had reached the Nineteenth century when Karl Marx interpreted the sect as a revolutionary metaphor.

‘In revenge for mischief done by the dominant class during the Medieval age in Germany there was the secret court named “the court of Fema”. If you can see a red cross on a wall of a house everybody knows that the homeowner was condamned by the Fema. Today the whole houses in Europe are signed with the misterious red cross. The History is the Judge and the Proletariat is the executor .’

Karl Marx, 1856

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reading march 4 1989

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Monday January 9 2017


 

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