I Hate Communism

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    Jan 26, 2016 4:53 PM GMT
    I do not know, is my opinion, It is my opinion and I respect the beliefs and doctrines of others, but at least, I consider me anti-communist.

    Some would say that the communist or socialism (For me is the same thing)would say that it is good because everybody have the same and everybody is equal and I don't know what more but I think that is a lie.

    The most regimes in the world are socialists and it have risen to power forcibly or with false promises from equality and after sinking the countries in the ruin, repression, limitation and censoring the freedom of expression.

    Seeing my neighbor country Venezuela for example that adopted the communist model and now the people do not have for eat, even basic scarce and the government menace to oposition and close comunication Media besides the internal social problem.

    Too the Cuban case, more of 50 years in backwardness and political prisoners inclusive the same ciizens are prisoners in they country.

    No way about my country Colombia with the leftist terrorists tormenting the people for decades with the final propouse of implement their political model based in communist-socialism.

    With all and its problems, I prefer the capitalist and democratic model because the people is more free, everything flows, have progress, modernism and opportunities.
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    Jan 26, 2016 4:54 PM GMT
    Nobody likes Communism, bro. Even old China is singing a different tune these days. By the way, I love Colombia and its people. I wish you all the best.
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    Jan 26, 2016 5:02 PM GMT
    javelin7 saidNobody likes Communism, bro. Even old China is singing a different tune these days. By the way, I love Colombia and its people. I wish you all the best.


    Thanks friend, you're invited when you want to Colombia icon_wink.gif

    Yes, besides China, is the Ex-Sovietic countries case, they separated to be democratic republics.

    However many people around the world is wrong thinking with the communism will live with all and without work. icon_cry.gif
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    Jan 26, 2016 5:15 PM GMT
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    calima saidI do not know...

    ...communist or socialism (For me is the same thing)...


    http://www.investopedia.com/ask/answers/100214/what-difference-between-communism-and-socialism.asp
    What is the difference between communism and socialism?

    By Investopedia.com

    Communism and socialism are economic and political structures that promote equality and seek to eliminate social classes. Sometimes, the two are used interchangeably, though they are quite different.


    http://www.diffen.com/difference/Communism_vs_Socialism
    Many countries have dominant socialist political parties but very few are truly communist. In fact, most countries - including staunch capitalist bastions like the U.S. and U.K. - have government programs that borrow from socialist principles. "Socialism" is sometimes used interchangeably with "communism" but the two philosophies have some stark differences. Most notably, while communism is a political system, socialism is primarily an economic system that can exist in various forms under a wide range of political systems.


    http://www.ushistory.org/gov/13b.asp
    Socialists differ from communists in that they do not believe that the workers will overthrow capitalists suddenly and violently. Nor do they believe that all private property should be eliminated. Their main goal is to narrow, not totally eliminate, the gap between the rich and the poor. The government, they say, has a responsibility to redistribute wealth to make society more fair and just.


    Note also that redistribution of wealth does not, as the Gobs Of Poop would deceive, mean redistributing the wealthy's money to the less wealthy, RATHER, it refers to how Resources of a Nation are distributed. So resources, or wealth can be just as readily redistributed to the wealthy as they can be redistributed to the not so wealthy thus:

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  • Buddha

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    Jan 26, 2016 5:16 PM GMT
    I totally agree, look at how socialism has wreaked havoc on this poor country, as you stated, it is completely in ruins.

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    These people and their "infrastructure", who needs it? Better off with how the rest of Europe works, where every traffic-light is different and where one street is polished AF because it's on a street with a 5-star hotel, and the next street is barely passable.

    It's awful to see freedom of expression being non-existant in this damn country

    http://www.theguardian.com/world/2015/jun/08/swedens-foreign-minister-unrepentant-over-saudi-flogging-row

    You can't even imagine what utter disaster it is to be in a country where development has completely stagnated due to socialism

    http://www.wipo.int/pressroom/en/articles/2015/article_0010.html
  • Fireworkz

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    Jan 26, 2016 5:17 PM GMT
    Communism is not the same as socialist. Communism as practiced is dictatorship.
    Most democratic countries have some element of socialism in their policies.

    I don't think pure capitalism exists as practiced either, otherwise we would have let the banks crash in 2008 and not bailed out Greece.
    The most purely capitalist countries are in the developing world where there are a small rich class, small middle class and a large number below poverty.

    So yes living in a democratic capitalist country is better than living in a communist one but socialist policies, as implemented in much of the developed world to safe guard society, are also necessary.
  • mjlikeaboss

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    Jan 26, 2016 5:29 PM GMT
    I don't have a problem with social programs. I went to public school, I have had friends on welfare, and I support slowing the spread of HIV and other things by providing needle exchanges and programs to help addicts get clean. I think we all benefit from these kinds of programs, whether we use them directly or not.
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    Jan 26, 2016 5:38 PM GMT
    Stay well clear of the Chairman Mao Appreciation Society LOLicon_lol.gif
  • HottJoe

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    Jan 26, 2016 5:43 PM GMT
    Buddha saidI totally agree, look at how socialism has wreaked havoc on this poor country, as you stated, it is completely in ruins.

    stockholm_cnt_9nov09_istock_b.jpg

    These people and their "infrastructure", who needs it? Better off with how the rest of Europe works, where every traffic-light is different and where one street is polished AF because it's on a street with a 5-star hotel, and the next street is barely passable.

    It's awful to see freedom of expression being non-existant in this damn country

    http://www.theguardian.com/world/2015/jun/08/swedens-foreign-minister-unrepentant-over-saudi-flogging-row

    You can't even imagine what utter disaster it is to be in a country where development has completely stagnated due to socialism

    http://www.wipo.int/pressroom/en/articles/2015/article_0010.html

    No graffiti? Just uniformity??? How inhuman can it get?icon_mad.gif
  • HottJoe

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    Jan 26, 2016 5:43 PM GMT
    Fireworkz saidCommunism is not the same as socialist. Communism as practiced is dictatorship.
    Most democratic countries have some element of socialism in their policies.

    I don't think pure capitalism exists as practiced either, otherwise we would have let the banks crash in 2008 and not bailed out Greece.
    The most purely capitalist countries are in the developing world where there are a small rich class, small middle class and a large number below poverty.

    So yes living in a democratic capitalist country is better than living in a communist one but socialist policies, as implemented in much of the developed world to safe guard society, are also necessary.

    Nice response!