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Fascism and Communism by Balddog4 Fascism and Communism by Balddog4
Here's another deviation for you guys with very little brain cells to bash. Because if you guys can't tell that both facsism and communism belong on the same side of the spectrum, then you are missing something very important. Now for those who don't know what I'm talking about I'll tell you.

When you take an economical course in collage, they talk about the spectrum. On the left side is communism, and on the right side is Fascism, and in the middle is democracy. Now this is what they, and when I mean they I mean the "professors," are going to tell you that Communism and Fascism are completely different from each other.

The truth is that they are not. They are the same because they both want complete controll with the economy.

Communism = everyone is equal (within the system [as long as they fit the requirements]) but some are more equal than others

Fascism = everyone is equal (within the system [as long as they are aryan and fit the requirements]) but some are more equal than others.

The Xenophobia and race orientation of Nazi Germany and other fascist countries were more obvious because they modeled their policies on that of their idol and hero, Adolf Hitler who was a particular brand of communist dictator. Just because the dictator is different, it doesn't mean that the basis of the system is different. Also, Communist Russia didn't have a Goebbels.

Communist Russia also had their own xenophobia although the allies didn't make a big deal of it in the media since their enemy was Fascism and Russia was their ally. Stalin was known to have slaughtered millions of Jews within his own regime and Russians even today are very race orientated and biased.

If you looked carefully you would see that the so-called big differences between the two are only at face value and that there really aren't any differences at all.

If you don't beleive me then look it up. Beacause I doubt that most of you, if not all, who replies to this even visited a Communist controll economy. I haven't but unlike some of you guys I take time to listen and to do research. If you ever talk to someone who once lived in a Communist economy from Cuba, Vietnam or North Korea, they are going to tell you that it's not an economy to have. My sister had a teacher who family was from Vietnam and he told the class on how poor they all were. He also told the class on how he had to stole a chicken to feed his family. And the thing about living in a Communist country is that if the government finds out, they will kill you. My sister teacher family eventually left Vietnam and he told the class that he is never going back to vietnam ever.

So once more I'm going to tell you to do research. Most of you people who disagree with me and try to tell me "facts" never even told me that what they are saying is legit. Do your research.
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PeteSeeger Featured By Owner Oct 24, 2014  Student Writer
While that is true in regards to their methods of gaining and maintaining power, the manner in which the state is otherwise run is quite different.
Cochegara Featured By Owner Oct 8, 2014
Communism is the end of wars within a single biological specie by unification of all states in one, it's not not important which state will became Bismark of planet scale - USA or USSR.

Fascism it's same corporativism as cancervatism: fascists consecrate bureaucrats to the master race, when cancervatives consecrate clerks of private sector to the master race - and it's nothing about nationalism.
waffenschmidt Featured By Owner Sep 12, 2014
Calling two different political ideologies that considered each other mortal enemies, both before the short-lived nonagression pact was signed and again after it was broken, the same thing dosen't make any sense. 
jj2518 Featured By Owner Jul 26, 2014
as a person who has lived in communist Czechoslovakia i can tell you that are vastly different.
EdenianPrince Featured By Owner Jul 19, 2014
They are way different. 
OmicronPhi Featured By Owner Jul 15, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Fascism doesn't have an economic system and full communism is stateless. You fail, sir.
KaiserOfChaos Featured By Owner Jun 21, 2014  Student General Artist
The one thing to not forget is that Fascism is on the far right-wing side of the political spectrum whereas communism is radical left-wing, with Paternal Autocracy in the middle
vlauwer1 Featured By Owner Jun 15, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
You just make me laugh with your stupid bullshit story. :') Only the idea of comparing communism with fascism, it just makes me laugh.
MyLittleTripod Featured By Owner May 30, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Actually you are confusing State Socialism with Communism. Since the creator of Communism was Karl Marx, I would assume that the only way to know Communism would be to read up on his book the Communist Manifesto. Basically Karl Marx stated the Communist Society as being a "Stateless, Classless, Moneyless Society" where the working class collectively owned the means of production. Quite different from the authoritarian empires of Stalin and Hitler. 

The thing about these Communist nations (U.S.S.R., Cuba,China etc.) was that the revolutionaries in those countries tried to achieve Communism by over throwing the previous governments and seizing state power, assuming "that they had seized power unwillingly  and for a limited time. and that just round the corner there lay a paradise where human beings would be free and equal" (1984). After which they did, they assumed a one-party dictatorial state, thus creating a power gap, because as 1984 states: "No one ever seizes power with the intention of relinquishing it". And in my opinion it's more fair to blame the Authoritarian factions within the ideal of Communism/Marxism or even Socialism (like Leninism,Stalinism,Authoritarian Socialism.etc) than to blame the whole ideology itself.
TheDolphinHater Featured By Owner May 28, 2014
Fascism is better than communism.
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