At 10/5/04 06:12 PM, ZeroAsALimit wrote:
Most people are to ignorant to comprehend the notion that Communism doesn't have a dictatorship.
No, follow this argument:
The ideals of Communism are anti-capitolist.
Capitolism is for the most-part the driving force of most countrys.
Communism goes against the upper-class of society, they believe in driving out said members of a community to pave the way for an "equal" society.
Therefore, a violent overthrow is usually the requirement needed to create a communist form of government - if a communist society was elected democratically, it wouldn't work of course, because the equality wouldn't exist if several parties were able to be elected.
Violent overthrows always leave a political void. And the strongest member or speaker will usually fill this void. Once the void has been filled, there will be no need for a multi-government system.
Dictatorship is established.