Maxism is a political ideology. It seeks destruction of nations, destruction of distinct peoples, destruction of the family and natural male-female relations via “feminism” (which is effectively anti-woman), and destruction of religion.
The Baha’i faith seeks all these same things, except they won’t say the last part because they think they are a religion. Indeed, what the Baha’i Faith really is is Marxism (a political ideology) posing as a religion. As to the aspect of religion, you can’t have a group of people completely focused on the world, racial mixing, bodies, and the external — and call it a respectable religion. The respectable religions negate the world. The Baha’i Faith is opposite to this; it is is completely world-focused. Thus it is, in reality, a negation of real religion or the best wisdom aspects of religions like Christianity, Buddhism, Hinduism, and Yoga. In that way, the Baha’i Faith also fulfills the Marxist goal of destruction-of-religion. Because once a people has let their religion be replaced by the Baha’i Faith, they really don’t have “religion” at all any more.
For this reason Baha’is don’t NEED to be involved in politics (and I think many of the connections you site are only happenstance, Baha’is trying to create photo ops for themselves). They don’t need to be “involved” in politics because the Baha’i Faith is 100 percent a political movement at this point. (What’s everybody pushing for on the political stage? Destruction of national sovereignty, affirmative action for minorities, etc.) They are politics itself.
At the same time they influence the minds of politicians and governors and convey to them Marxist ideals under the strange nimbus of religion that they float around those nation-destroying ideals. Lots of naive governors, lacking real religious understand it, start thinking that race and nation-destruction is virtuous.