Libertarianism is anti-libertarian. The libertarian call for a free society and global free markets is disconnected from reality; it puts off the masses, making them think that libertarianism is a utopian ideal which will wreak havoc on their way of life. Most libertarians in the last 100 years have been motivated by good intentions; they have produced fine work on free society, free markets, and moral theory, but their overall impact on society is negative. Instead of attracting support for their cause, the libertarian soteriology makes people suspicious of libertarianism and drives them towards statist political forces. Karl Marx had hoped for a proletarian rebellion against the capitalists and the contemporary libertarians are hoping for a bourgeoise rebellion against the government. The libertarian rebellion, however, is unlikely to happen.