A list of nations that have attempted communism

When individuals assert 'Communism has never been attempted' on the internet and in schools and institutions in the West, they are correct.

They are correct. Of course, Communism has never been tested, despite the fact that it is founded on Marx's Communist Manifesto. With the exception of Russia, China, Cuba, Laos, North Korea, Vietnam, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Estonia, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Latvia, Lithuania, Moldova, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Ukraine, Uzbekistan, Afghanistan, Cambodia, Mongolia, Yemen, Czech Republic, Germany (East), Hungary, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Republic of Macedonia, Montenegro, Serbia,

Apart from those few instances, Communism has never been tried, and every time it was, it failed terribly, creating a crazy bloodthirsty tyranny that tortured, gulled, slaughtered, stole from, and starved its own people.

The overall number of individuals who were killed, starved, or simply perished as a result of Communism's implementation in their nation is believed to be approximately 100 million.

The People's Republic of China, where Mao Zedong starved to death and slaughtered 45–60 million people, was the most disastrously affected country under Communism.

At least 50 million people were starved and killed in the Soviet Union under Lenin and subsequently Stalin. Under Pol Pot's regime, a quarter of Cambodia's population (about 2 million people) was starved and killed.

In other nations, such as Cuba and North Korea, Communist leaders utilized their absolute authority to amass vast personal fortunes while the local populace went hungry.

Stalin, Mao and Pol Pot.

However, all of this history and facts will not discourage individuals, particularly young influential people online and on western university campuses who have never visited a Communist nation in their life, from claiming that Communism has never been tried and that if it is, it will succeed this time.

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