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  • Communism < Fascism

    They are both horrible systems, however with communism we good for the greater good, which is neither determined in an effective manner, nor can be fully implemented as even if it is the majority opinion, that does not mean that smaller groups will not try their version, making the system impossible. Also, without private property, people will not allow such a thing as everyone has greed. In fascism, while there is a collective good involved, the good is determined by the nation, has a set goal that can be clearly identified, and does still allow for democracy as we could still vote, even though it is not as influential as in a democratic society. Also, there is still private property, which allows for us to indulge in our greed.

  • The """""lesser""""" of two evils

    Communism and fascism are alike in that they both see the individual as a means to an end for the state. This results in totalitarianism and destruction of civil liberties, but fascism has some wiggle room when it comes to private property and market freedom. Markets are not free in a fascist state, since they all must answer to the state, but they are allowed to be run privately, where in communism the government is in control of all business since "all the people own the labor of all the people." Fascism and communism are the children of socialism, and both do not permit many social freedoms, but fascism does not have "as long" of a rap sheet when it comes to economic authoritarianism.

  • Communism < Fascism

    Communism < Fascism They are both horrible systems, however with communism we good for the greater good, which is neither determined in an effective manner, nor can be fully implemented as even if it is the majority opinion, that does not mean that smaller groups will not try their version, making the system impossible. Also, without private property, people will not allow such a thing as everyone has greed. In fascism, while there is a collective good involved, the good is determined by the nation, has a set goal that can be clearly identified, and does still allow for democracy as we could still vote, even though it is not as influential as in a democratic society. Also, there is still private property, which allows for us to indulge in our greed.

  • Fascism didn't have to build a giant wall to keep people in.

    Citizens loved Stalin "liked" Stalin out of fear, but Germans genuinely loved Hitler. Fascism is only bad if you're an outspoken dissident who purposefully disrupts the nation or a globalist banker. Fascism treats it's own people great; remember, Hitler was elected and Stalin was a secretary who fiddled with papers and secret police to get his position. More people armed themselves and supported Vichy France and fascism than the allies and communism.

  • Communism is an immortal fascism.

    They are both shit but since I have to pick one, I would say that communism is much worse.

    First of all, it brings out the worse in people. While fascism is straight up bad and it affects and twists good people, communism originates from a good ideology but got twisted by the people who follow it.

    Second of all, communism lasts longer. Fascism can only exist as long as the authorian nationalism of the country survive, so when a fascist country lose a war or its leaders get removed from power, they may continue to fight but will soon cease to exist as the nationalist fire of the country dies out. But communism is much worse since its core value is not about the nationalism but the people. You can burn their flag but they will simply replace it with different flag of different color. There are few fascist country still exist nowsaday, but there is a great number of nations that still follow communism in secret. They may not seem like one internationally, but at the core they are still communists, they simply change the color of their flag.

  • Communism is terrible!

    Its a evil form of government that goes against many freedoms that we celebrate as citizens of a democratic country. Communism goes against freedom of speech, freedom to petition the government, freedom of religion, and freedom to work at the job you like. Communism also consists of forced labor. Another reason why communism is terrible is that it has killed 94 million people compared to fascism's 28 million people.

  • Fascism was bad but communism was even worse

    Considering my country (Croatia) was communist until 1990, there were a lot of Croatian people who disappeared or were just killed by the government since 1945 just for not thinking like them. This country called Yugoslavia left us in huge debt and gave us independence war which is the reason Croatia is in a very bad situation today. At least, German people cared about each other.

  • I'd rather live in a fascism than a communism.

    Both systems are less than ideal. But if it comes down to basic rights and which is better for the individual it would be a fascism for a variety of reasons. Capitalism is still probably one of if not the best system to live in especially if it's thoroughly developed like that in the US. Think of it like this Capitalism = unequally shared wealth. Communism = Equally shared Misery and poverty.

  • The """""lesser""""" of two evils

    Communism and fascism are alike in that they both see the individual as a means to an end for the state. This results in totalitarianism and destruction of civil liberties, but fascism has some wiggle room when it comes to private property and market freedom. Markets are not free in a fascist state, since they all must answer to the state, but they are allowed to be run privately, where in communism the government is in control of all business since "all the people own the labor of all the people." Fascism and communism are the children of socialism, and both do not permit many social freedoms, but fascism does not have "as long" of a rap sheet when it comes to economic authoritarianism.

  • Communism is better than capitalism.

    Communism helps poor people. Communism is wonderful. Communism is the creation of God. You are an idiot for asking this dumb question. It is nothing like fascism. It is like heaven. If you liked communism, you would be a good person. Be a good person from now on. Communism is wonderful.

  • They both suck.

    Both systems of communism and fascism involve a single authoritarian dictator in complete control of a society of which the individual rights of the people within the residence country are abandoned and tossed away, as the state and the dictator who controls the state do not have any concerns towards the well being of the people within the state, as said dictator and his colleagues are only concerned with the benefit of themselves.

  • Communism has killed nearly 4 times as many people.

    > Both groups are authoritarian in nature.
    > Both groups have complete and total disregard for individual freedoms and rights.
    > Both groups favor the collective over the individual.
    > Both groups kill in gruesome and cruel ways.
    > Both groups have lead to societal degradation in multiple countries.


    > Statistically speaking, Communism killed almost 4 times as many people as Fascism (94 million killed by Communism, 28 million killed by Fascism in 20th century).
    >Communism is still killing by the thousands today (be it by societal degradation (Venezuela) or authoritarian regime (North Korea)).
    >Communism is more common today than Fascism


    Communism is statistically worse than Fascism.

  • There's no way

    Communism is not inherently authoritarian, nor is it inherently evil.

    Communism: a political theory derived from Karl Marx, advocating class war and leading to a society in which all property is publicly owned and each person works and is paid according to their abilities and needs.

    Fascism: a form of radical authoritarian nationalism, characterized by dictatorial power, forcible suppression of opposition, and control of industry and commerce, that came to prominence in early 20th-century Europe

    As you can see from the definitions alone, communism is (theoretically) humanitarian and egalitarian, while fascism is authoritarian, exclusive, and oppressive.

  • The Bolsheviks dig their own grave in this one

    Looking at things as they happened, Bolshevism (communism as it is known) is the devil. They have been proven to have lied about fascists using false evidence they manufactured to take attention off themselves (Jew lampshades, shrunken skulls and human soap sound familiar? How about them chimneys?). Fascist type systems have repeatedly been proven to work well outside of the debt slavery system, yet all Bolshevism does is keep things bouncing in the two paradigms. We have seen the chaos and death they bring in their wake. Do we really need to be reminded of what happened in Russia/Ukraine, Estonia, Poland, Laos and was attempted in Finland/Germany (Freikorps beat down the first attempt, the second was pushed back by the National Socialists and the 3rd was barely halted by the founding UN/NATO nations, we are now in yet another situation because of them) as well as that mad grab for all of the Korean peninsula?

  • They're both equally bad

    In practice, both fascist and communist nations have commited terrible atrocities against their own people, and both limit people's basic individual rights. People like Hitler, Stalin, and Mao killed millions of their own people, and often simply because they had traits or pratices that they disagreed with (religious groups, political opponents, the well educated, etc.)

  • You are confusing Communism with Socialism and Authoritarianism.

    I do not know why, but whenever you talk about communism, you always look at and refer to the Soviet Union, and Stalin. But you make a big mistake: The Soviet Union, it was called (by the full name) Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, SOCIALIST, the name never included communism. Besides, if you think that looking at China or Cuba, maybe at North Korea and saying that they are examples of communism, you again make a very big mistake. North Korea if it is complete authoritarianism, and China and Cuba, are socialists. The reality is that there has never been a true government or country that has been a communist in its history. The reality is that the Soviets called themselves Communists, but in a bad way, and Stalin who "invented" Marxism-Leninism, but that's a lie, is actually Stalinism. Stalin was worse than Hitler, but he did not represent communism, that was "socialism in a country".
    In truth, Communism never dealt with dictatorial regimes in which innocent people were killed all the time nor with restrictions, all controlled by a manipulative state. It is also the fault of the United States for wanting to investigate Stalin and the USSR to define communism. That's why Capitalism in the Cold War, always fought against Socialism in reality.

  • Apples and oranges

    Communism is a economic theory proposing that govt. Is the best means to distribute property and compensation for labor. Fascism is a political theory proposing that authoritarian ethno-nationalism is the best form of government. You can be both and in-fact Nazi Germany certainly dominated the distribution of wealth while rejecting communist class nullification. The USSR was certainly Fascist in practice while pretending to something less than white supremacy. The Vikings were both to a large degree, as were the Mongols. Theoretically, Communism and Democracy are compatible although in practice I doubt the majority would ever willingly adopt a leveling of the classes


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