@Warren-Hastings said in Because I care about all of you ^__^:
It's not us capitalists to blame. By 1946, U.S.A and the Soviet Union emerged as the leading powers which of course had to create this physiological war fare basing on the fact that we're now looking at different ideologies here. This wouldn't have intensified if Russia and rest of her communist gov'ts weren't so selfish after the 2nd World War. Remember in the Yalta Conference of Feb 1945, Russia promised Winston Churchill and Franklin of U.S.A freedom of individuals but after the war, as the western powers were giving up control of their colonies, the selfish communists like the Soviet Union thought they were fools so they took firm control over a number of countries like Poland, Bulgaria and so on dorminating them politically, socially and economically which was an unbearable violation of the terms at the Yalta Conference. I strongly believe in liberalism and democracy but not such kinds of policies.
That's the difference you see, I'm talking of economic communism , you're maybe thinking of political dynamic of it.
We're dealing with two phsycologoical camps here. Communism and Capitalism so that is one of the three elements and the main driving that builds the camp. It doesn't matter if it's political, social or economic so long as it's provoking the ideologies in the counter camp creating non-cooperation.