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Arghya
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STALIN
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democracy and communalism can go hand in hand

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Voting Style: Open Point System: 7 Point
Started: 1/27/2014 Category: Politics
Updated: 3 years ago Status: Post Voting Period
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Arghya

Pro

I feel that since communalism aims at recognizing various ethnicitie and groups especially in a country like India,It thereby becomes an essential part of democracy as it allows representation of various castes and religions at the very highest level of the government?
STALIN

Con

I disagree. I believe that this is all Fascist propaganda that aims to destroy the good of this world.

" in a country like India,It thereby becomes an essential part of democracy as it allows representation of various castes and religions at the very highest level of the government?"

India is too overpopulated and this would be impossible as a result.
Debate Round No. 1
Arghya

Pro

Listen sir,India maybe overpopulated but things are certainly changing------in the sense that the media is playing a very important role in uniting people of all backgrounds aginst corruption and educating them along scio-economic and political lines.So your "overpopulated" argument fails
STALIN

Con

"Listen sir,India maybe overpopulated but things are certainly changing"

In another 10 years India will become the most populated country on the planet. Media won't stop anything.

"-in the sense that the media is playing a very important role in uniting people of all backgrounds aginst corruption and educating them along scio-economic and political lines."

Corruption is everywhere, even in India. Thats why people in India live so poorly.
Debate Round No. 2
Arghya

Pro

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STALIN

Con

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Debate Round No. 3
Arghya

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STALIN

Con

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Debate Round No. 4
Arghya

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STALIN

Con

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Debate Round No. 5
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Posted by Clarity 3 years ago
Clarity
I hope you do realize that in Communism, the end result is supposed to be thousands upon thousands of worker-centered participatory democracies. Communism requires socialism, and socialism is democracy in the workplace. Anyone who says Communism cannot coexist with Democracy is either ignorant of the ideology or believes Communism will always result in a dictatorship.
Posted by Gaurdian_Rock 3 years ago
Gaurdian_Rock
Stalin makes a fine point, having read, several books including Das Kapital, the Economic Theory of the Leisure class (the one by Bukharin) I've come to have a strong grasp of what Collective government really means, and while is can go hand in hand with democracy, Indie is far to big, for anything of the sorts to be implemented its borders must be larger.
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