Marx's phrase "religion is the opium of the people" is very trite and repeated. This may have been true in 1843, when his Critique of Hegel's philosophy of law came to light, where that phrase was contained. But today, without a doubt, the statement falls short. Marx himself was at that time developing a theory that would later become a mental opium poppy as much or more effective than all religions together. And it is that contemporary history shows us that there is no need d

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