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The Evils of Communism by Party9999999 The Evils of Communism by Party9999999
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:iconlord-kiyo:
Lord-Kiyo Featured By Owner Edited Sep 16, 2014
I thought the world was big enough to have different policies in different places so people can find the place they would be happy at.  But apparently one policy wants to rule the whole world.

Communism as an idea is okay, actually in some of my books there are small societies that work in a form of it.  However when you apply it with a vast number of humans.  Let's just say people start to get tired of getting less than what they worked, and supporting the lazy. Not all jobs are the same.  And once you put a human in charge of something, it eventually falls apart.  Humans are naturally greedy.  The onse that were not greedy was massacred about 200 years ago.

But I prefer to be responsible for my own living, not someone else.  And I am on the low end of the totem poll when it comes to class.  But I have the opportunity to climb it.  With Communism, can you climb a ladder and improve your living? Or are you stuck on the same level, regardless how hard you work, for the sake of keeping people equal?
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:iconthe-conquerors:
The-Conquerors Featured By Owner Sep 12, 2014  New member Hobbyist Writer
ITs not communism people have a problem with, its the dick heads they put in charge. That and how every communist government had devolved in a dictatorship and apparently "no true communism," has been achieved yet.
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DigiquillDraws Featured By Owner Sep 10, 2014  Hobbyist
You forgot dictatorships, political imprisonment, police states, genocide, indoctrination, secret police, repression of social liberty, propaganda centered media, one party politics, a micro managing government, need I go on?
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Cottage-cheese Featured By Owner Oct 6, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Haha,those ideas are based on socialism
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DigiquillDraws Featured By Owner Oct 8, 2014  Hobbyist
Which was my point.
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DeantheFoul Featured By Owner Sep 9, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
100+ million deaths also included lel
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InfiniteRespect Featured By Owner Oct 15, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Thats not Communism, fucktard
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:icondeanthefoul:
DeantheFoul Featured By Owner Oct 15, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
>Criticizes actions of a political regime
>Is cussed out for it without argument
even more toplel.
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InfiniteRespect Featured By Owner Oct 15, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
>Attempts to troll
>Mistakes socialism for Communism
>should do research lel
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:icondeanthefoul:
DeantheFoul Featured By Owner Oct 16, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist

Nowhere have I stated that socialism is the same as Marxism or any of its implementations that are widely described as communism.
I myself could be described as 'economically left' as I do have a strong support for welfare.
I have researched enough about communism. And while I myself lack the empathy to disregard ideologies because of their death count. I simply disagree with communism.
But I do consider those deaths as important. They tell us something.
Lenin: 11 million
Stalin: 40 million
Mao: 60 million
And these are just examples. When reading about Mao, well, besides being a cruel wank I am convinced most of the deaths caused by him are just his stupid self trying to implement the ideology and failing terribly.
Lenin was probably just cruel, but perhaps had the same mind-set as for example the authoritarian leader Adolf Hitler. Both used camps as a punishment, Why Lenin's death toll greatly exceeds that Adolf's is probably because Russia is one hell of a big country. While strongly disregarding communism, I must say I don’t believe Lenin didn’t care about his people. He worked 16 hours a day, and his heart attack was speculated to be the cause of stress. So like I said, probably just because of authoritarian rule. Still to be taken seriously but it is a different thing.
Stalin... Stalin was a smart guy. But in no way did he care for his people. Where at some points Russian leaders forced entire populations of ethnicities out of their native land to repress Nationalism (which is still horrible), Stalin saw a rise of nationalism in the Ukraine and thought 'hey, why not take the easy way?' and killed 7,5 million Ukrainians through starvation which is known as the Holodomor. Further horrors of Stalin included aiding the Polish forces in purging ethnic-Germans that were forced to live there after the treaty of Versailles, having the secret police pick up random innocents so they could be executed on film (after they were forced to admit their fictional crimes, as to create a false image), and many many civilians targeted for deportation to gulags or execution because of their supposed 'threat' to the nation. Intellectuals, high ranking officers, people with important positions of power... because perhaps they would conspire to overthrow Stalin, yes?
Stalin had no regard for human decency and was a terrible man. Even Lenin sais this. In Lenin's last testament, he said that Stalin had to be removed from his position of power at all costs, for he had qualities that were 'unfit for a man in his positon'. Stalin and his followers made sure that Lenin's last testament would never be read aloud to the 13th Party Congress as was Lenin's will. Stalin was a smart man. He was able to govern. But, with such extreme inhumanity that everyone else who did not bow to his will completely (and even those completely innocent) paid the price.
These 3 caused deaths by implementing the ideology. Anti-nationalism, the enforcing of equality on all areas, and the abolishment property- people were a resource used and owned by the government. People weren’t people anymore.

I suggest that if you want to see the undeniable and peaceful success of communism, you should go live in North-Korea. I would definitely be willing to hear from you then, if they haven’t taken away international contact through internet to censor things...

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