Talk:Communization

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please axe the hammer and sickle branding here...[edit]

The hammer and sickle logo here is inappropriate, since almost all advocates of immediate communization of social relations are violently antagonistic to the Marxist-Leninist, or more accurately Leninist-Stalinist, tradition.

Miasnikov

Tronti[edit]

Mario Tronti is not associated with communization - not only has he never used the word, I think many people associated with the communization current would be extremely critical of him. I suggest removing him as an example. — Preceding unsigned comment added by Cyrilbriggs (talkcontribs) 16:00, 22 April 2012 (UTC)

I read this article and I still don't understand what communization is. Is there a definition beyond "communism as an immediate process." If not, what is meant by the words process, immediate and communism in this sense? — Preceding unsigned comment added by 180.1.43.4 (talk) 08:34, 12 September 2012 (UTC)