Friedrich Engels

Engels collaborated with Karl Marx in marketing Marxism, drawing up the Communist Manifesto together. Being rich in his latter years sits oddly with a presumptive sympathy for the working class. Ditto for fox hunting. See e.g. Engels, the Red who rode to hounds. He followed the Cheshire Hounds, a most superior hunt, one founded in 1763. Thus he kept company with Richard Grosvenor, 2nd Marquess of Westminster, George Cholmondeley, 2nd Marquess of Cholmondeley et al; not men one suspects of revolutionary tendencies. Could the co-author of the Communist Manifesto possibly be a Capitalist Swine? Hint: Yes!
PS Friedrich may be responsible for the bright idea of False Consciousness; effectively the claim that we are too stupid to know what is good for us. He also thought that the  forcible overthrow of the Communist Manifesto was going to lead to a Withering away of the state and an end of the exploitation of man by man. Was he naive, well meaning, ignorant of human nature or stupid? No The Wiki says he was vicious; see ruthless party tactician et seq.

Friedrich Engels ex Wiki
Friedrich Engels  ( 28 November 1820 5 August 1895) was a German social scientist, author, political theorist, philosopher, and father of Marxist theory, alongside Karl Marx. In 1845 he published The Condition of the Working Class in England, based on personal observations and research. In 1848 he co-authored The Communist Manifesto with Karl Marx, and later he supported Marx financially to do research and write Das Kapital. After Marx's death Engels edited the second and third volumes. Additionally, Engels organized Marx's notes on the "Theories of Surplus Value" and this was later published as the "fourth volume" of Capital.[1] He has also made important contributions to family economics.

Friedrich (Frederick) Engels was born on 28 November 1820 in Barmen, Prussia (now Wuppertal, Germany).[2] At the time, Barmen was an expanding industrial metropole and Frederick was the eldest son of a wealthy German cotton manufacturer. His father, Friederich [ sic ], Sr., was an evangelical.[3] Accordingly, Engels was raised Christian Pietist.........

In 1841, Engels joined the Prussian Army as a member of the Household Artillery. This position moved him to Berlin where he attended university lectures and began to associate with groups of Young Hegelians. He anonymously published articles in the Rheinische Zeitung exposing the employment and living conditions that factory workers had to endure.[9] Editor of the Rheinische Zeitung was Karl Marx........

Engels is commonly known as a "ruthless party tactician", "brutal ideologue", and "master tactician" when it came to purging rivals in political organizations. However, another strand of Engels's personality was one of a "gregarious", "bighearted", and "jovial man of outsize appetites", who was referred to by his son-in-law as "the great beheader of champagne bottles."[24] His interests included poetry, fox hunting, and hosting regular Sunday parties for London's left-wing intelligentsia where, as one regular put it, "no one left before 2 or 3 in the morning." His stated personal motto was "take it easy", while "jollity" was listed as his favorite virtue.[84]
A fox hunting man as well as everything else.