Snivelling sycophants of this philosophy will use pro-worker rhetoric to gain the trust of the working class. Sameness and equality are not the same thing.
Apologists of the theory commonly argue that, if implemented correctly and man's nature were to be reformed, communism would be the ideal political philosophy; the ultimate utopia. That notion is simply wrong. A simple logical analysis:
1. If everyone were equal, there would be no motivation for elevating oneself in society.
2. Motivation to better oneself has been the main source of innovation throughout history.
3. If everyone were equal, innovation would be at a minimum.
4. If innovation would be at a minimum, technological and scholastic advancement would not occur.
5. If advancement would not occur, we'd be stuck in the past for elongated periods of time.
So no, political ignoramuses. True communism would be terrible, just like "distorted" communism. Let's leave it to the history books.
Someone who's educated: No. Not really.
So called experiments in communism have been nothing more than mere popular uprisings, replacing the current monopolists on economic resources and political power with a new class of social elite.
Everyone does a half-assed job in everything they do (if they work at all) because there is NO incentive to do it well or compete with anyone else. The idea of an enlighted man doing it for the betterment of society is a pipe dream. No one is that big of a tool.