what are you thinking about communism? what are the diffrences between communism and anarchy? do you think anarchy can be more logical than communism in this century?
That’s easy: the difference is just that one of the two forms is political, the other economic.
Anarchism is a political theory which aims to create anarchy, which is defined by Proudhon as “the absence of a master, of a sovereign.” In other words, anarchism is a political theory which aims to create a society within which individuals freely co-operate together as equals. As such, anarchism should not be defined as a “social chaos” or a return to the “laws of the jungle.”
Anarchism holds that the state is undesirable, unnecessary, and/or harmful and advocates a stateless society instead, often based on self-governed voluntary institutions or non-hierarchical free associations. Anarchism rejects the state, authoritarianism, and hierarchical organization in general.
As a social system, communism is a type of egalitarian society (opposed to capitalism) with no state, no private property and no social classes. In communism, all property is owned by the community as a whole, and all people enjoy equal social andeconomic status. Perhaps the best known principle of a communist society is “From each according to his ability, to each according to his need”.
In Marxist-Leninist terminology, communism and socialism refer to two different socio-economic systems. Socialism is a system in which the state, controlled by the working class, owns the means of production; the USSR for example claimed to be socialist in this sense. Communism, on the other hand, refers to a classless society in which private property and the state have been abolished. Marxist-Leninists believe that socialism is a transitional form of society, which will bring about communism.
Merging the two concepts you got:
Anarcho-Communism, Social anarchism or Libertarian Communism, is a political ideology related to Libertarian socialism that sees “individual freedom as conceptually connected with social equality and emphasize community and mutual aid.
Anarchist communism stresses egalitarianism and the abolition of social hierarchy and class distinctions that arise from unequal wealth distribution, the abolition of capitalism and money, and the collective production and distribution of wealth by means of voluntary associations. In anarchist communism, the state and property would no longer exist. Each individual and group would be free to contribute to production and to satisfy their needs based on their own choice. Systems of production and distribution would be managed by their participants. The abolition of wage labor is central to anarchist communism. With distribution of wealth being based on self-determined needs, people would be free to engage in whatever activities they found most fulfilling and would no longer have to engage in work for which they have neither the temperament nor the aptitude.
Now of course you can have both things separate: the absence of a government, is what usually happens during civil wars, which keeps the violence as a single rule and puts all against all (or the vision of a supreme class society where the State is replaced by private interests, that’s what libertarians claim); and you can also have State socialism, where inequality is institutionalized behind a semblance of equality and the absence of real democracy (what happened in the former Soviet Union).
Anarchy on the other hand is a mythical vision that proposes to establish a new humanity on the suppression of the use of force of the state of law, and of the economic establishment: capitalism, a obsolete system that crushes the weak, the wast majority of people. There are some anarchist theories that, just like the libertarians, imagine the abolition of the State without the establishment of an egalitarian communist society, but they are few (mostly some individualists and primitivists).
However since its inception the anarchist movement has worked hand in hand to the struggles of workers, of the oppressed, and of the suffering people.
The common goal of the anarchist class war, shared by all the main anarchist currents, is communism (the institution of a classless and egalitarian society).
Although the Socialists have the same objective, the main difference between anarchists and socialists is the fact that according to the anarchists the abolition of the state is a priority because it serves for the creation of a communist system (based on direct democracy, solidarity, cooperation, mutual aid and class equality), while the Socialists propose an intermediate stage that is precisely socialism, with the state run by the workers (represented by the party, as happened in the USSR, which in fact has kept intact the class society - overturning the ownership of the means of production - the monetary system and the hierarchy).