From the book The Essential Secret of the Jews, M. Brushtein.
“Fundamental Principles of the Integral Theory”
Researchers of the past and present are unanimous.
The human being is a creature that emerged in a group, is developing and evolving in a collective.
Moreover, his social nature is inherent even in the very word “man.”
Literally, a man is a member of a tribe or family.
So, human beings, as well as animals, are creatures which are social, public, and one might even say, collective. The question is what is the difference between them?
In contrast to the “animal collective,” human society does not stand still. It is constantly evolving. In what ways? An example is in the change in social formations.
A socio-economic formation, in the words of Marx, is a historically determined state in the development of human society.
What formation didn’t humanity endure?! Below are listed the brief definitions of basic social structures and systems.
- The primitive communal society is a primary archaic formation characterized by common ownership of the means of production, collective labor and consumption, and the low level of productive forces.
- The slave society is a formation characterized by private ownership of the means of production and direct producers; the main classes of slave society are slaves and masters.
- Feudalism is a socio-economic formation, which replaced slavery, and was based on feudal ownership of land and the exploitation of peasants, who were in a condition of bondage.
- Capitalism is the type of socio-economic system that emerged in the late Middle Ages, and is currently prevailing in most industrialized countries. The common features of capitalism are generally considered private ownership of the means of production and competition.
- In the words of Karl Marx, socialism is the first phase of communism, a social system which replaces capitalism and is based on public ownership of the instruments of labor and means of production.
- Fascism (Italian “fascismo,” from “fascio” – beam, bunch, association) is a form of movements and political dictatorship, characterized by violence against the masses through a comprehensive political mechanism.
Throughout history, humankind related differently to the change in the social scenery. In any case, many believe that the Jews have something to do with it.
Romans and their empire seem no more than a bubble compared to the Jews. They (the Jews) have given religion to three-quarters of humanity and have influenced historical events to a greater degree than any other nation, ancient or modern.
However, it doesn’t really matter whether or not Jews have influenced historical processes. What’s more important is that humanity is evolving and evolving continuously. The question is what awaits us? Abraham was sure that the endpoint is unity and an interdependent humanity. Sooner or later we will learn whether Abraham was right or not. However, today, looking back, we see an obvious increase of collective tendencies.
In the beginning, a person was associated only with his family. Then he “became connected” with the master, then the feudal lord, his country, and today with the whole world. The problem is that these processes occurred and occur unconsciously, under the influence of external conditions.