Today november 9th the world celebrates the Fall of the Berlin Wall, the fall of a communism Bastille made by communists to keep East Germans enslaved and forbid freedom of movement and the freedom to flee a corrupt and tyranical regime in favor of the democracy and capitalism of the West. Communism undisputet proof of ultimate failure oppression!
Communism can not exist until the people and the government are indistinguishable. As one party rule is a dictatorship of an elite rather than a dictatorship of the whole people such a government can not evolve through socialism to communism. The one party state we found with Lenin resembled the Vatican in structure rather than anything found in Marx.
Have you ever talked to a Cuban refugee who had a wife and child in prison back in his homeland, and still had PTSD every time it rained because he didn't have a decent roof in Cuba? Have you prayed with a Buddhist monk who had is family killed in the Cultural Revolution in front of him? Have you ever debated socialized healthcare with a Ukranian whose sister died from a simple infection?
Marx never gave examples of communist countries, so naturally the first communist argument is, "B-but taht wasn't REAL communism!!1" Communism has never worked. It is the most evil thing on the planet, killing million more than capitalists could ever dream of.
Actually every person in africa dying due to hunger is killed by capitalism . No way communism killed more people than capitalism! There are millions of people starving everyday, even though there would be enough food but just not enough money. In my opinion it's the duty of every person of the western world to face this problems and find solutions. Communism is just one of the numerous ideas how to solve these problems.
Communism actually has worked, even in the past. Try to get some facts about anarcho-syndicalism in Spain during the Civil War. It shows how a communist society might look like - sadly, it was destroyed by Franco. The main difference to all the other socialist societies is that it wasn't implemented by a regime. Communism has to evolve from the proletariat and must be international, not just in one nation. There have been communists all over the world that allways protested against those wrong socialist systems.
Also, I don't see what should be so bad about "the Jewish Question". It's clearly not anti-Semitic, seeing that Marx himself was jewish.