I know that all Europe and Western Countries think that communism is a bad thing, so i can predict your answers... but whatever..
Q: Do you think China would be a greater country by now if it wasn't under communist party?
they aren't communist at all, when looking at their economy. They are pretty capitalistic. It's just their government, which is a great choice, as finally China is under strict rule. No more retarded pseudokingdoms like in the past.
If the Nationalists would have won instead of the communists they would be a 1 billion people sized Taiwan . A hightec society of epic proportions and wealth.
I'm pretty happy that the Chinese are ruled by the communist party instead.
India is multicultural. That's the main problem.
Hinduism is a Perfect culture for world peace. Because a Hindu empire doesn't need to bring neighbouring countries into subjection, because they have their slaves built into the caste model.
Fair point, but China would probably have developed at about the same pace under Nationalist rule. I won't deny how effective Deng's policies were, but Mao did more harm than good.
Chinese working population peaked out, but still their economy is rely on real estate industry.
I think they will have a difficult time in 2020s. Democracy movement may happen again in the time.
Mao's goal was threefold, Marxism aside. First, he wanted to recentralize China — re-establishing Beijing as China's capital and political center. Second, he wanted to end the massive inequality between the disloyal coastal region and the rest of China. Third, he wanted to expel the treacherous and greedy foreigners from China. In short, he wanted to recreate a united Han China.
I think history doomed communism to turn out like it did in China. Adopting an authoritarian and cult-like interpretation of communism and mixing it with oppressive and hierarchical chinese tradition couldn't have turned out well. Mao himself was likely one of the worst leaders in chinese history.