There should be a White History Month in America. That way we can teach all about the things White Americans have done in history, like:
Wow, no, you don’t need a centralized state power in order to create communism; communism is the direct counter to a centralized state power in the realm of the economy. It is, by definition, the creation of a stateless, classless, and currency-less society brought about by the dissolution of private property, the state, capitalism, and wages, so as to collectivize the means of production for consensus-based, workers’ self-management/autogestion, providing the true basis for free, voluntary association; production and consumption would be guided by the maxim “from each according to his ability, to each according to his need,’ effectively summing up the notion of productive, beneficial, and voluntary economic, social, political mutual aid.
The popular paranoia surrounding the subject of communism is propagated by the misrepresentation of communistic goals by those initially professing them, eg the Soviet Union, People’s Republic of China, etc; those were not/are not communist countries or territories. They diluted and distorted the admittedly anarchical vision of communism with the recreation/resurrection of hierarchical methods of organization such as the Leninist vanguard party, zealous subscription to the concept of the dictatorship of the proletariat that effectively rendered the liberating accomplishments of the Russian soviets null and void upon state nationalization (or, let’s face it, re-privatization) of the means of production, wealth, and resources, and the restrictive consolidation of knowledge and access to information that rendered the human minds and spirits of those subject to the brutal rule of the state capitalist bureaucracies of the “socialist” world bent and broken.
The truth of the matter is that those “communists” that held the power of the state, a central authority, were the ones to immediately betray the cause they invested their lives in; these people should not be the global representation of communism. They should be cast aside as the deplorable appropriators of what was once seen as a genuine movement towards economic. social, and political liberation, the realization of liberty in its truest form: the liberty to labour, produce, and consume without the looming threat of impending poverty, the liberty to invest one’s energy in a topic, or several topics, they are truly passionate about, the liberty to finally realize one’s true individual potential in the faces and actions of their comrades.