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in response to reader comment: The Communist Party of China governing ... "a right wing dictatorship ... a fascist state"

Submitted by Doug (United States), Aug 2, 2012 at 16:46

Ianus,

Unlike the dictatorial states that have always implemented communism, you are allowed your opinion. Please don't try to do this in China, or you to will become a criminal under the "vanguard of the people".

Yes let's consider what would happen if the Chinese wanted to collect all of the debt from the US, and the US said NO! That would be interesting. Another consideration is that 80% all of the business producing and conducting business in the fascist state of China are foreign. What would happen may I ask, if they left or were embargoed to leave.

NO! Communism is not like Capitalism, just because both systems are identified with forms of government does not equate them any similarity. Communism can only be maintained by force, because it goes against the will of the people, were Capitalism is an extension of the natural ambition of a person.

The only thing Communism has been good at is at justifying their system failures by creating a world of lies, and stories. Your direct quote about the Communist Party of China is a great example of that, because when placed against the reality of the system against the reality "of the oppression of the people" it is clear that the only thing they are defending is their own interest, at the expense of the overwhelming majority.

I also find it amazing that you would bring up Mao Zedong considering he had more people murdered under his rule than any other despot, including Stalin. But, I do have to agree with you in Pinochet he is just was like all the other mass murderers of this century; Mao Zedong, Stalin, Hitler, etc... By the way the order is provided by the number of deaths attributed to these bourgeois in descending order.

I'm actually laughing about your statement "Unlike the US it is not a set of interconnected transnational corporations that pay both parties to do the agenda defined by their paymaster"

You are right they are not, but instead it is maintained by a selected few oligarchs who ensure their bourgeois position by suppressing all those that choose not to lower their heads to them.

I get the feeling you also don't know that Fascism is an idea from the left, because you would've never brought up Pinochet if you did.

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