Originally Answered: Who wants communism to exist?.REAL communism.not what had happened in Russia.?
I don't really know much about communism, but socialism would be ok too. Of course, I'm an anarchist at heart so you might not want to listen to me.
It is possible to make a world that's not obsessed with money, and I think that there are many parts of the world who are not obsessed with it. Capitalism is a system in which money provides power, and it does not matter how you get that money (cutting down rainforrests, starting wars with and killing the innocent civilians of countries that have lots of oil, using money to buy lots of cheap stuff to throw in the trash and provide a service while doing it, etc...) I think that life is much easier without money, until you run into unseen disasters, and the only way to get out of them is to pay someone to help you; and, I believe that a communist or socialist party would make people learn to get along and ask for help, and be more satisfied with what they have, rather than wanting more and more and more. I think a real communism would be great, it would mean everyone would be working together, something like they are now, only towards an idealistic goal, rather than a material gain; but, I really don't know if communism is realistic for such large masses of people, and for tit to happen right now seems almost impossible, since we have been away from a structure of that sort for so long. Before America was discovered and invaded, I beleive the natives were living in a lifestyle that was very similar to communism, and what was so great about it was that they cared for the earth like it was one of the community, and seemed to be thankful for everything that they had. I think greed is what sort of wipped them out, wanting more and more and not caring to share.
There are plenty of societies I'm sure that are not obsessed with money, and I think they are the ones who have never had any of it.
If currency did not exist, I do not think there would be a problem with drugs being diluted with unknown substances, because there would be very little to gain from doing so, but on second thought it might still happen, because what is most imporntant is not the money, it is the state of mind; what we're dealing with here is of an idealistic nature, I believe.
I just want to say that capitalism is not necessarily any better, people stopped worrying about quality and just want to do more business to make more money; I'm sure you've heard of planned obsolescence-or making things with the intention of them breaking and having the consumer buy new ones.
Don't get me wrong, I'm grateful to live in America because things are a lot worse some other places, but what has capitalism gotten us right now- a massive debt that we cannot pay off (so, we're basically bankrupt,) we're facing a depression because the most greedy (and possibly the best capitalist) president to date was in office for 2 terms, and a lot of people all over the world hate us because of our accents. Ideally capitalism is a good system too, just not the way things are working out-it's not what you know, it's who you know etc..... I'm all tapped out