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A system of collectivist social order based on the idea that the individual is an expendable commodity of society, the State, or a fictitious "greater good" or "greater whole." Absolute order with no chaos, variation, or freedom. Equal to or worse than fascism. Philosophy that contradicts nature yet claims to be defending the environment. Prevalent use of scapegoating, coercion, secret police, taxation, and expropriation.

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.
Kim Jong Il's police state proves that communism is all about absolute order.
by Iggy Hazard December 13, 2003
 
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In theory, the best government that can exist. In actuality, a big freaking screw up.
Communism is like trying to send a flare to warn people about a fire: it seemed like a good idea at the time, but it just made things worse.
by Shadovsky August 26, 2004
 
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a system of complete equalness that is constantly missunderstood by most people , like those who use commie in a bad sense
i'm not communist, nor anarchist, im a communo-anarchist
by Oj Docs December 09, 2003
 
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A politcial theory where every person in a society is equal, given all life needs (food, shelter, ect.) equally, and where there is no central governing body or group opf people (hard to have everyone be equal with a few leaders telling the masses what to do).

In theory, the most utopian and 'perfect' of the 3 major social forms.

In practice, can never effectivly happen in practice mainly because tghe average human being needs and desires asome sort of governing structure, whether it be very strict (See facisim ) or very loosly (See anarchist) applied.

This structure tend to fall into a more Socialist social order when applied in the real world. Eventhough the orgionators fo this social order said this structure would be best suited for the large Capitolistic nations of their era (England, USA, ect.), the most noted use of this system was inside the Former Soviet Union and the Peoples Repulic of China.

The Soviet system, though lasting over 7 decades, ended with the country ditching the One Party system for a more Democratic based model after the country practically became bankrupt in 1989. China has grown more Socialist since it's conversion to the Commuinst structure in 1947, mainly do to their laxing, however small, of certain 'communist' ideals for more democratic princliples (such as individualism and ownership of property).

You Commie Bitch!
by James Bourne September 27, 2003
 
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An economic system based on the principal that no matter where you work or what your working for, you are still making the same amount of money as everyone else. Probably the most theoretical economic system, but always falls apart when put into practice. This is because the leaders are corrupt, militaristic dictators.
Soviet Union, North Korea, South Vietnam, China... All failed Communist states.
 
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A system of government that eliminates privately owned property and the caste system; making everyone equal. A great idea on paper, but unfortunately, never works in the real world b/c someone gets power hungry.

Mostly hated by Americans who are grown up from birth being told that Communists are evil; because their capitalist government wants to remain in control.

Unfortunately, there has never been a true working communism that follows it's ideal; someone always gets power hungry and turns it from a communism into something of a dictatorship.
1.) There has never been a true working communism.

2.) Most people who hate communism are from America, who are grown on the prospect of it being evil.
by Farrak August 11, 2006
 
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A form of government in which class divisions, possessions, and privately owned property are eliminated. Essentially, everybody is considered equal and issues such as class divisions and poverty are solved. Although the ideal of communism is an excellent idea, it does not work. Wealth is divided up amongst the people, meaning everybody ends up being poor. In addition, communist governments are often run by corrupt politicians such as Stalin, making a small group of people very rich and everybody else poor.

In short, EVERYBODY ENDS UP BEING EQUAL, but in most cases this is EQUALLY POOR AND MISERABLE, and sometimes, people end up being MORE EQUAL THAN OTHERS, which does not make sense.
Setting up Communism seemed like a good idea at the time, but a hangover was soon to follow.
by Curlbacca July 25, 2006
 
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A form of socialism; it is the final phase of revolutionary change in an industrialized country, where workers rebel and inevitably install a socialist government.
Many countries have undertaken the doctrine of Karl Marx's theory of communism, but those countries took long enough to realize that communism just simply doesn't work. Communism is actually not very people-based, and one important thing to mention is that communist nations are run by dictators and only dictators.

America and communism don't mix because America's founding principles are based on individual freedom, privacy, and other non-intrusive elements that socialism contrasts. And communist nations have a history of being run via civil oppression.
"Communism works on paper.....that's it."
-me

"In Soviet Russia, people had to save their money just to buy a toaster. Sorry for fooling you into thinking this would be a Yakov Smirnoff joke with the first three words."
-me
by Dave January 06, 2005