@yogthos China is only communist in name. More like a strong-state, autocratic-leaning, capitalist-powered regime. I hope that doesn't become the dominant ideology.
I'm doubtful that the US will fall from grace any-time soon, though I think it's clear big changes are a comin'.
CCP has 90 million members. This comes out to 15.5 citizens to every party member. So, every person in China either personally knows a party member or related to a party member.
Seems to me that there's a direct relationship between that and where resources are being allocated because the party represents the people.
Also, people who actually live in China think their system is democratic https://www.bloomberg.com/amp/opinion/articles/2020-06-26/which-nations-are-democracies-some-citizens-might-disagree
@yogthos Fair points. Thank you for offering another perspective and taking the time to cite your influences.
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