>>Born of British nobility illegally occupying India, to a family of absentee landlords.
Not his fault. Engels was the son of a factory owner.
>First job as a colonial police officer in Burma, literally carrying out the "brutal authoritarianism" which liberals idolize him for opposing.
Something he quickly became disgusted with and stopped doing, and which led him to write extensively against imperialism.
>Sheds some crocodile tears on behalf of the dirty poors for a decade but is too repulsed by their smell to actually interact with them
What are you talking about? “The Road to Wigan Pier” and “Down and Out in Paris and London” are literally about his experiences living among not just the working class but transients, homeless people, etc.
>Goes to Spain to sit around with his thumb in his ass giving good press to all the Republican factions except those that actually did any of the fighting.
Confirmed for knowing nothing about the Spanish Civil War and warfare in general. Protip: the CNT-FAI were instrumental in thwarting the coup to begin with.
>>Blames muh Stalin for the incompetency of the anarchists and tentative loyalties of Trots and liberals
He blames Stalin for pandering to Spanish liberals and porkies instead of pursuing social revolution alongside the war on fascism.
>Returns to Britian a hardcore anti-communist writing utter trite like Animal Farm and 1984, forever poisoning the political imaginations of westerners with outrageous racist depictions of any country that stands up the colonialism he personally participated in.
So you obviously haven’t read either novel because they are first of all not anti-communist. Second Animal Farm isn’t about colonialism, it’s about the Russian Revolution.
>As a final fuck you to the entire world, this subhuman degenerate then decides to act as an informant for MI5
This is honestly the only indefensible thing he did.