No. Which is why I clearly stated that the primitive communism example is not
a perfect one. It simply shows that a society can
run on the basis of internal solidarity in order to overcome external obstacles. I did not
say they were in all ways "proof" of the viability of future communism
For example the situation was very different: An industrialized communist society wouldn't suffer the same scarcity and need to compete against other tribes as primitive communist societies, would it? Seeing as we now have the technology to feed the whole world population for example.
I haven't claimed to prove the opposite anywhere, I simply refuted your deterministic claims.
I never claimed this though. Anywhere. Ever.
Clearly. However there is no "natural law" saying socieities have to be governed by the principle of competition. This has been my only point throughout.
Nobody is asking for an ideal time.
And there is no "whatever way they itnerpreted it", about it. This is the worst kind of postmodernism. Marx and Engels were clear that communism must be implemented globally, and could not be built by the backwards countries without revolution in the industrialized coutnries
There is no way that Stalinism or Maoism or Titoism were just a "different interpretation" of Marxism. They explicitly rejected the fundamentals of Marxism.
So in fact all you are telling me is, that Russia under Lenin wasn't able to build socialism without revolution in Germany, which Lenin agreed with, and so do I. Likewise, you're telling me that the german revolutionw as defeated. Again, I can't dispute that.
However I don't see how you can deduce from this that Marxism is impossible. The fact that we haven't had a successful revolution int he west so far, makes it impossible?
But what about all the hsitorical tendencies towards revolution in the West? The German bourgeosiie in 1919 were certainly scared enough of it. You can tell me now its impossible, but then this would make all the repression they unleashed upon the Spartacist Uprising, a complete waste of time!
What a shame they didn't have you guiding them back then, and they wouldn't have wasted all that effort crushign a revolution which was doomed to failure from the beginning!
I'm just making a sarcastic reference to the metaphysical nature of post-modernist ideas about "power".