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What dictatorship countries nowadays in 2013 ?

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Cuba I think is still

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U.S.A., North Korea, Belarus

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Is U.S.A a dictatorship country ?
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Sure, it has many of the the attributes. Attacks other sovereign countries just because their policies are different and they have rich natural resources (Iraq).
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Dictatorship is when the ruler rules over its own people and the people don't have a say. I don't see how the U.S. government attacking other people has to do with it ruling over its own people. Besides, the U.S. is fighting with the intentions of freeing Iraq from terrorists, and aiding Iraq to end a war that has been going on a lot longer than the U.S. has been involved. However, it can get complicated, as this following video link explains very plainly.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F1KGnacqfMc


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http://geography.about.com/od/lists/tp/communistcountries.htm

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Mixing communism and dictatorship is like mixing capitalism and necrophilia.
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It's the same thing in my book.
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What would you say communism is?
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Communism is an ideology. Same like capitalism.
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Okay. That makes sense. But doesn't communism restrict freedom?
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Whereas capitalism doesn't?
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Communism doesn't restrict freedom. Just because some countries restrict freedom and their leaders are left-wing, doesn't mean that communism restricts freedom.
There are teachers who abuse children. Still, you can't say that all teachers are pedophiles.
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The goal of communism has very good intentions, in its purest sense. But even in this condition, people don't own anything, the government does.
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Wrong, in a communism, government doesn't own anything, all people own everything together
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That's socialism.
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Wrong again. Just read the books or at least wikipedia. I am sorry for you that you're willing to discuss the stuff without having proper education.
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I did. Communism isn't socialism, but it starts out that way.
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No, you didn't, otherwise you'd know that common ownership is an attribute of communism.
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Yes, that's what I meant! It has to have socialistic ideas (although that is not necessarily what it is called) in order for it to be communism. (you called it attribute, I called it socialistic, same thing) I read it on wiki even before you said it. BTW, just because someone has a different opinion than you doesn't mean they're not educated. It's like me calling you a communist. It's a false cause. Communism does have varied definitions. Then (perhaps) the communism that I am referring to is different then the communism that you are referring to. Hm,... you may have a point if the link I put has countries that do not have the communism that I am thinking of. I don't remember the countries that were on that link, to be honest. I admit the answer I put wasn't point by point accurate. I was just giving a general idea in the first place. So,...both right, both wrong, I'm assuming. You would only be wrong in assuming that the answer I put up was 100% point by point what I believed, and how were you to know that it wasn't? Besides, I put it up! I should have been more meticulous in how I answered. I'll try to be next time. Sorry!
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