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    Absolutely!! Communism can led to a lot of growth but at the expense of slaves to the state. Look at China, they are not democratic but they are capitalistic, they are growing a lot but many are suffering. Many of them work for 3 dollars an hour for 10-12 hours in factories, their living standard are not like western countries (middle class). Please give me some examples of these so called authoritarian, totalitarian, fascist states. Maybe ones with a large domestic market that use protectionist

    Absolutely!! Communism can led to a lot of growth but at the expense of slaves to the state. Look at China, they are not democratic but they are capitalistic, they are growing a lot but many are suffering. Many of them work for 3 dollars an hour for 10-12 hours in factories, their living standard are not like western countries (middle class). Please give me some examples of these so called authoritarian, totalitarian, fascist states. Maybe ones with a large domestic market that use protectionist measures to boost their domestic industries but later switch to a more free market approach?

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    Antonio Hardycommented on this story

    Interesting.. I saw the interview; however, I don't recall what you express in this article. What he actually said, "It's been more than a decade since the USA retracted from the treaty, since then USA has established facilities with nuclear power capabilities closer to Moscow. We want to have peace with the US but if attacked we will retaliate". I don't see how this is threatening if the USA was the first one to retreat from the "Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons" and since then has misiles pointing to Moscow on all fronts.

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