Warning America: Living under Communism and living under Fascism are very similar, choose neither.

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Any time someone calls someone else a “fascist,” there is a better than 99% chance that person is a Communist, or is a Communist sympathizer.

There are some theoretical differences between Communism and Fascism, mostly in terms of private ownership of business and property, but in practical terms the experience of living under Communism and living under Fascism are very similar: the individual has no rights that the State cannot trample at will.

There are no officially “Fascist” nations today, but the Left keeps the term alive by using it as a bomb to throw at anyone who opposes Leftist ideology.

The grim reality is, in a Fascist nation, the government, the press and Big Business all work in cooperation with each other to crush political dissent.

Do you know any countries that sound like that?


A Comparative Analysis: Similarities between Communism and Fascism


Communism and fascism are two influential political ideologies that emerged during the 20th century, shaping the course of world history. While often perceived as opposing forces, these ideologies surprisingly share certain fundamental similarities. This essay explores the similarities between communism and fascism, focusing on key aspects such as state control, totalitarianism, and the suppression of individual rights.


1. State Control:

Both communism and fascism advocate for a high degree of state control in the governance of society. Communism seeks to abolish private ownership of property, placing all means of production, distribution, and exchange under state control. Similarly, fascism emphasizes the need for centralized state control, involving direct government intervention in the economy and closely regulating the means of production. Both ideologies prioritize the interests of the state over individual liberties, emphasizing the importance of a planned economy directed by the government.

2. Totalitarianism:

One of the most defining similarities between communism and fascism is the establishment of totalitarian regimes. Under communism, the state possesses absolute control over all aspects of life, including the economy, education, media, and cultural expression. Similarly, fascism envisions a totalitarian state wherein a single party or individual exercises complete control over the nation, repressing political opposition and enforcing loyalty to the state. Both ideologies seek to establish a centralized and authoritarian system that limits personal freedoms and suppresses dissent.

3. Suppression of Individual Rights:

Communism and fascism are alike in their disregard for individual rights and liberties. In communist systems, personal freedom is generally sacrificed for the collective interests of the proletariat. The ideology promotes equality, heavily emphasizing class struggle and the dissolution of social hierarchies. Fascism also subordinates the individual to the interests of the state, focusing on national unity and obedience. Both belief systems suppress political opposition, freedom of speech, and civil liberties in order to ensure compliance with the state’s objectives.

4. Propaganda and Indoctrination:

Both communism and fascism employ propaganda and indoctrination to shape public opinion and maintain control over society. In both ideologies, the dissemination of state-sponsored messages and ideologies, often through state-controlled media, plays a crucial role in controlling public discourse and consolidating power. Propaganda is employed to promote loyalty to the state, manipulate public opinion, and justify the actions of the ruling regime.


In conclusion, while communism and fascism are often viewed as diametrically opposed due to their varying economic and social objectives, a closer examination reveals their striking similarities. Both ideologies emphasize state control, the establishment of totalitarian regimes, suppression of individual rights, and the use of propaganda as tools for consolidation and maintenance of power. Understanding these similarities helps to shed light on the nature and potential dangers inherent in both these political systems. It is crucial to remain vigilant and uphold the values of democracy, individual liberties, and respect for human rights to ensure the prevention of extreme ideologies from taking hold.

Larry Rogak

Larry Rogak

“Lawrence N. Rogak, attorney, philosopher, climate infidel.”

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