I don't know if you're being deliberately rhetorically disingenuous, chunk, or you really know so little about Marx. Until I know the answer to that, I'm not too willing to expend much energy on the subject, but I will point to The Communist Manifesto for your erudition. I've pointed out many times that Marx himself was not a very good Marxist. In his philosophy, he argued that socialism would naturally occur as a result of the conflict between capital and labor, but in his life he actively sought to foment change.