This kind of critique of Marx from the far-right never works and the question of critiquing Marx is not so simple. The question of socialism is easily vitiated by wrong assumptions, but the idea persists because it haunts the whole legacy of capitalism as a huge failure in its seeming success. It is enough that Marx/Engels kicked the football into the future and the critique is par for the course. Marx’s ‘antisemitism’ is nothing of the kind and is more of an attempt to leap out of his skin at a time when secular humanism was overtaking monotheism in any form. Sadly, the legacy of modern Israel as a criminal rogue state seems to resonate with the earliest challenges to religion in the rise of secularism.What jewish person would not be ashamed of the pathological outcome at this point.