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Types of government

Anarcho-communism is a socio-economic system that combines the basic tenants of Anarchism and Communism. Anarcho-communist theories advocate the destruction of the State, private property and capital, and assert that such systems should be replaced by Direct Democracy and common ownership by means of production.


Many advocates of the system assert that Anarcho-communism is the only true form of Communism because all Communists should be working to achieve a Stateless, classless society. Such theories also rely heavily on the idea that Humanity naturally operates collectively through cooperation rather than individually for the sake of self-preservation, arguing that the Human race can organise itself any way it wishes provided the right tools are given to it. Anarcho-communism is distinctly more liberal than Socialist thoughts such as Stalinism or Maoism which advocate the existence of the State ("dictatorship of the proletariat") in order to protect the People.

In micronationalism

At a micronational level, many Communist governments have been, either in theory or practice, Anarcho-Communist. An claimed example of such a system micronationally is the People's Republic of K-Marx, which is almost entirely Anarcho-Communist, the only hallmark of the State being the existence of a Chairman. However, the existence of the Chairman exhibits a common misconception among some micronationalists regarding the Anarchist Ideology, in that there must be no State at all for a micronation to be regarded as Anarchist.

An another anarchist micronation is Katarima, a web-based Romanian-Speaking micronation that fallows the ideas of kropotkin.

It has no organised state, no capitalism, or wages.

The nation has a committee of whom the people elect, and then the Committee elects the decisions of the nation.

All citizens have a job in the nation, as it is mandatory to keep the nation running.

The nation tries to exert as much liberty as possible, as to keep its citizens happy.