Socialism is derived from the Latin word SOCIVS, meaning friend, to make you feel like he was your friend. We've all got that friend, who fights wars, starves people, acts like an absolute monarch, kills AT LEAST 60,000,000 people, sends more people to destruction camps than Hitler, all very friendly! Oh, wait... NO, IT'S NOT!!!
Socialists are bullies. No wonder socialists are gaining just like people including children and youths are resorting to bullying others who are different. This is how far socialism has sunk now children are committing suicide because bullying have become more acceptable. We hear so much about we have to stop bullying especially from liberals and they are the biggest bullies themselves. Having lived in a socialistic country who had nothing left for the individual person, I will never ever cast my votefor a socialist. Socialists are behaving like entertainers fighting for the spotlight so we can all adore them. They are as fake as Kim Kardashian and her dumb hubby, they think they are oh so special, and the ignorant fans feed their egos. Sick, sick, sick.
I really hate to be simple in such an elaborate answer but National Socialism, quite the contrary of Communism is it not?
Well, the simple answer to this question is absolutely not and I would even go as far as saying that this is a ridiculous post and you should research before you post.
Socialism is defined as, a political and economic theory of social organization that advocates that the means of production, distribution, and exchange should be owned or regulated by the community as a whole. Communism is defined as, 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. As you can see socialism is regulated by the community as a whole, while communism makes everything publicly owned. They are very close, but still very much different.
Perhaps it has something to do with the use of the word “socialist”? For example, The National Socialist German Workers’ (Nazi) Party was a far right / fascist political movement, while The Union of Soviet Socialist Republics was a far left / communist grouping.
Socialism, in fact, is a centre-left ideology which seeks to balance the interests of corporations and their shareholders with those of the workers.
There are many countries in the modern world that could be called a Representative Socialist Nation, such as the Nordic Countries, overall these nations are not communist in the fact that they do not exist in a Government Controlled Dictatorship, but in a nation with a more so regulated economy than any other nation. Although Soviet Russia used the name Socialist they were a dictatorship and that is where the difference lies
Socialism is when a capitalist economy occurs with moderate limitations, and high taxes. Communism is much more extreme, with massive limits on capitalism and innovation. This takes high taxes and some regulation to a new dangerous level. Many European countries are socialist, like Belgium but still have successful companies and innovation, something you won't find in a communist society.
"In a way, communism is an extreme form of socialism. Many countries have dominant socialist political parties but very few are truly communist. In fact, most countries - including staunch capitalist bastions like the U.S. And U.K. - have government programs that borrow from socialist principles.
"Socialism" is sometimes used interchangeably with "communism" but the two philosophies have some stark differences. Most notably, while communism is a political system, socialism is primarily an economic system that can exist in various forms under a wide range of political systems."
Communism - The means of production are held in common, negating the concept of ownership in capital goods. Production is organized to provide for human needs directly without any use for money. Communism is predicated upon a condition of material abundance
Socialism - The means of production are owned by public enterprises or cooperatives, and individuals are compensated based on the principle of individual contribution. Production may variously be coordinated through either economic planning or markets."
Anyway, there are many differences. Please read the article that explains it well.
For one, the term socialism is older than the term communism.
Even ignoring that, there are differences between the two. For one, socialism as intended is actually possible. Socialism makes use of some capitalist ideas, while communism is not. Also, socialist countries are generally more successful than communist ones, in fact I bet I can name at least five countries with socialist ideologies that you would be surprised to hear, due to them being very free and well off.