RTJDudekFeatured By OwnerFeb 18, 2013Hobbyist General Artist
Just because such uneducated people like you replace mainstream communism with own (thus capitalist ) lies, it does not mean the Soviet Union was not communist. Ask trusted historians such as Norman Davies for Władysław Bartoszewski for more details.
RTJDudekFeatured By OwnerFeb 20, 2013Hobbyist General Artist
Besides, the link you shown me consists of words of Lenin - leader of country you consider as capitalist. Read carefully:
"From the moment all members of society, or at least the vast majority, have learned to administer the state themselves, have taken this work into their own hands, have organized control over the insignificant capitalist minority, over the gentry who wish to preserve their capitalist habits and over the workers who have been thoroughly corrupted by capitalism — from this moment the need for government of any kind begins to disappear altogether. The more complete the democracy, the nearer the moment when it becomes unnecessary. The more democratic the "state" which consists of the armed workers, and which is "no longer a state in the proper sense of the word", the more rapidly every form of state begins to wither away.
"Then the door will be thrown wide open for the transition from the first phase of communist society [Socialism] to its higher phase [Communism], and with it the complete withering away of the state.
Vladimir Lenin The State and Revolution Chpt 5. The higher phase of Communist Society "
Providing parts of lies written by communist who lead country you consider as capitalist can mean only 2 things: either you have no idea about communism at all, or you simply try fooling me without result. Or both.
1. There are several quotes by Marx and Engels and one by Lenin. 2. I do support the ideas behind the quote, even if not Lenin's actions that were contrary to what he preached. Why would one not desire "The more complete the democracy, the nearer the moment when it becomes unnecessary." ?