Communism vs Fascism

Submitted by ub on Sun, 12/06/2020 - 10:04

Please, allow me to tell you a real story I personally lived through. Once upon a time, there were two republics. Both had constitutions, laws, civil rights, a government, a congress, and a court system of law. The people could assemble, associate, speak, and write with freedom.

But as the people became unsatisfied with their governments, they chose to support new officials and were fooled by fake images of religion and a better life before reality began to set in.

In 🇨🇺  Cuba, it was too late once the leadership embraced Russia and the people lost their freedoms. In the USA 🇺🇸  millions of the leadership also embraces Russia but millions rejected the empty promises of the best people and constantly winning and both leaders rejected religion, worshiping power, and control, and sporting life in an attempt to change the world.

These hypocrites and habitual liars and have much more in common, while their followers who once believed all their rambling bullshit sessions grew weary of listening to the same old tired messages spewing hatred and attacking their political rivals. As we focus on Russia, we can see many more similarities than history will document as time goes by. 

Their constant accusations and destructive actions without proof caused intense chaos, much devastation, multiple family separations, and many deaths. One helped bring about the Cuban missile crisis and the other is responsible for the Cuban imbecile crisis, as political refugees continue to practice their unexplainable blind faith. 

Communism and socialism are umbrella terms referring to two left-wing schools of economic thought; both oppose capitalism. These ideologies have inspired various social and political movements since the 19th century. Several countries have been or are currently governed by parties calling themselves communist or socialist, though these parties' policies and rhetoric vary widely.

While communism also called socialist is a system based around a theory of economic equality and advocates for a classless society, fascism is a nationalistic, top-down system with rigid class roles that is ruled by an all-powerful dictator. Both communism and fascism originated in Europe and gained popularity in the early to mid 20th century.

Actually, some see the GOP or Republicans as corporate socialists, and The Democrats as compassionate capitalists.