“There is neither Jew nor Greek, there is neither slave nor free, there is no male and female, for you are all one in Christ Jesus,” Galatians 3:28 says.

A classless society – where no one is higher than the other not lower than the previous one. A nonpartisan community – where everybody is equal and no one is left behind. A communist economic system where goods and rights are equally shared.

Communism is a type of government which promotes access of all citizens in health care, education and employment. It is favorable for a society with a theme of “Love thy neighbours.” It prevents racism. Discrimination. It does not even allow business monopolies to control localized markets. Hence, corruption is under control.

But what will happen if Philippines switched into a communist one?

Though, all social class systems under this type of government will be provided an equal distribution of wealth, take note: Cons might still prevail.

First, dictatorship. Not literally, so figuratively. The Central State Authority has the power. It holds all means of production. The government has the power to dictate and demand for changes within the country. It is the one who’s responsible to run people’s lives. Clearly, equality is within the people but the lord one has the real power at all.

Many Filipinos are activist. The reign of government is a vital issue for them. Because it might cohere an abusive use of institution’s power.

Second, anti-personal growth. Communism to control people’s lives hampers personal success. For it does not allow a higher one than the other, success is limited.

Many Filipinos are hardworking. Have dreams to achieve. Have that perceptions and principles in lives to experience.

So how would you say? Is communism a favorable type of Phillipine Government?


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