What Communism Means

Communism gets a bad rap these days, with people like Donald Trump and Ronald Reagan calling it an “evil” force. In reality, though, communism is a wonderful system that allows for people to live free from the shackles of capitalism. Where capitalism exploits workers and leaves them powerless, communism gives those workers power over their work. Capitalism is actually evil—it’s a form of exploitation that keeps the poor in poverty while enriching only the wealthy few at the top of our economic pyramid. Communism isn’t about sharing resources or having everything be “free”—it’s about giving ordinary people control over their own lives.

Communism is when a group of people sell their labor to a corporation and have no control over their lives.

Communism is when a group of people sell their labor to a corporation and have no control over their lives. The capitalist class exploits this labor, accumulating wealth at the expense of working people. This process continues until communism is achieved: the workers seize control over their work, deciding what they’ll produce and how it will be distributed. As the proletariat revolutionizes itself, capitalism becomes socialism; once there’s no longer any capitalist class or state power to stand in their way, workers’ control over their lives becomes communism—a truly free society where everyone’s needs are met.

Communism is when the ruling class controls the media and pretends it isn’t doing so.

You might think that communism is a system where everyone is equal, but you’re wrong. Communism is actually a system in which the ruling class controls and exploits working people through the media as well as other means. In other words, it’s capitalism disguised as socialism!

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What’s the difference between capitalism and socialism? Well, under capitalism all of your money goes straight into the pockets of rich capitalists through things like rent, taxes, and tuition fees. Under socialism there’s no such thing as private property because everything belongs to everyone equally (except for maybe some weapons).

But don’t be fooled: if you live in a so-called “socialist” country like Russia or Venezuela then you’re not actually living in a socialist society at all! In fact these countries are more like dictatorships run by corrupt leaders who do whatever they want without any accountability whatsoever because nobody bothers questioning authority anymore since they’ve been brainwashed into believing that those who question authority must necessarily be “untrustworthy.”

Capitalism is communism.

  • Capitalism is a system where the ruling class controls the media and pretends it isn’t doing so.
  • Capitalism is a system where working people are exploited by the capitalist class, who own all the means of production and use them to make us work for them.

Capitalism is a system where working people are exploited by the capitalist class.

  • In a capitalist economy, the working class is exploited by the capitalist class.
  • Exploitation is the act of making use of something to your own advantage, often at another person’s expense.
  • Exploitation is an injustice and should be opposed by every human being with an ounce of decency and dignity in their heart. It violates freedom and equality as well as fairness (which we’ll talk about more later).
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In short: exploitation means that workers are paid less than what their labor is worth—they’re not being compensated for all the value they add to goods or services under capitalism (the system that currently dominates our world). Workers’ time belongs to them and no one else, but under capitalism they have to sell it at a price set by employers who reap most of their profits from their employees’ hard work—and this means collective wealth goes into private hands instead of into public services like education or healthcare or housing!

Socialism is communism.

Socialism is a form of communism. It’s a system where the workers control the means of production and distribute the goods and services that they produce. Under socialism, wealth is still distributed according to each person’s needs, but there’s no government or party keeping track of what you need in order to be happy (or forcibly taking away your things if you have too much). Socialism can also be referred to as “the dictatorship of the proletariat” because there are no individual property rights under this system: everyone owns everything collectively through their shared ownership over factories and other businesses.

Socialism is when a group of people sell their labor to a corporation and have no control over their lives.

Communism is a system where the ruling class controls the media. The thought of this idea sends shivers down your spine because it’s so scary and Orwellian, but it’s true. Communism is also when a group of people sell their labor to a corporation and have no control over their lives.

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In reality, all modern economic models involve exploitation in one way or another.

In reality, all modern economic models involve exploitation in one way or another. The idea that capitalism is exploitative is nothing new and has been a part of Marxist theory for over a century.

The only difference between the various systems of exploitation is how they operate, who does the exploiting, and how much they get away with it.

In capitalism, it’s usually the wealthy who exploit workers by paying them less than their labor is worth so that they can make more money off the backs of others. But in communism you might have state-run companies doing just this while keeping all profits within themselves instead of giving any to those who actually work there—it’s essentially just a different form of oppression where one entity (the government) takes advantage instead of one person (a rich CEO).

Conclusion

We’ve explored the concept of communism and some different theories about it. We can now see that, regardless of what form communism takes, there will always be a minority who benefit from exploiting the majority. Whether this is due to class inequality or just because humans are naturally greedy, we don’t know. What we do know is that no economic model can ever truly be equal—or maybe they can be in theory but not in practice—which means our world will continue to be unequal until we evolve into a more enlightened society.

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