Best Communist Countries
The Top Ten
They may be under the Communist Party but they now maintain a more capitalist economy.
China number 1
War? No China is a peace, loving country
China no longer practice communism although it self-declared a commie, but it is a still a dictatorship
Great nation! I'm a diplomat and I once went there and it was awesome! Only thing was that the food sucked. But other than that, best place I've travelled ever.
All of the people suck and the person who's said great nation your probably kim jong-un
Ich mag Kim Jong Un
No,just NO! Worst country on Earth.-DarkBoi-X
I'm Not Communist, But Vietnam's Actually Pretty Decent Despite Some Rights Troubles Here And There - JPK
Best country at this era
It's absolutely gorgeous and not as bad of communism as some other countries like North Korea. Look up pictures of Ha Long Bay and you'll understand why this should be #1!
Vietnam is best communist country!
Viva cuba... Y viva el comunismo...
Same as China and it is SLOWLY but surely going towards a more mixed economic system. - Bolshoy_Brat
A great country with great morals. By the way why is North Korea here? They don't even use the term communism!
One of the best periods in our time aside from the brutality of the Stalinist era and the late 80s. It is when we we're on par with the US as a superpower and spreading the revolution abroad through military and technological might. Now, Russia is a shell of it but Putin is turning that around as much as I'm opposed towards the guy. - Bolshoy_Brat
I voted for the motherland because my cat grew up there. He goes by "the Russian stink rat". Also heard the country was pretty lit.
Soviets are good people and friends of Marx
Long Live Mother Russia
People were together and rich together not just with money but by pride and stood up for it's survival against Hitler and Stalin
Cared for its people and the people cared for it. Sad to see it is gone.
Was actually good
DDR is zhe great...Trabbies,Honecker secret lust desire for Brezhnev by kissing,Stasi trouble (is not fun of course) - CerealGuy
Nicolae Ceausescu reformed the country and changed its name in 1966. He made Romania more liberal, he condamned the invasion of Czechoslovakia and wanted to create a bank for developing countries which would've helped them a lot.
Socialist Romania's population growth was praised in the whole world. Few countries as poor as Romania faced such a rapid industrialisation. Socialist Romania was also trying to maintain neutrality in the war, mentaining fine relation with both the Soviet Union and the U.S.A.
I don't like communism but if one place benefited from it, it is Afghanistan - Legoguy
Singapore is not communist