June 13, 2009

Why communism is always violent


Violence is a part of communist theory -- the "revolution" and the "dictatorship of the proletariat" are based on violence and are part of classic Marxism.

Moreover, violence is inevitable in attempting to force communism on any society, rich or poor. That's because communism relies on destroying individual ownership of property, which can only be accomplished by force.

Finally, communism flies in the face of human nature, so it inevitably fails to work. Communist leaders see this failure, and since they believe their ideology cannot be at fault, reason that it must be because of saboteurs. They then thrash about wildly, finding these "saboteurs" and persecuting them. When this fails, they assume there must be more saboteurs, and so the killing spreads.

This has been a consistent pattern among almost all communist regimes.

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