Hey @hhchunter, I just did something you didn’t and read your own Wikipedia link:
Theories, such as those of R. J. Rummel, that propose communism as a significant causative factor in mass killings have attracted scholarly dispute; this article does not discuss academic acceptance of such theories.
There’s also entire sections dedicated to exploring external factors (such as Russian Exceptionalism and the general brutality of wartime Europe) and, unlike your unbudging viewpoint, it actually contains some nuance. This Wikipedia article isn’t the outright condemnation of Communism you were hoping for - Maybe if you actually read it before blindly linking it you’d have seen that and saved yourself some embarrassment. When you make blanket statements such as “Communism is without argument the worst political ideology ever that has killed more people than any other”, you are only setting yourself up for failure.
You are in no position whatsoever to speak in such absolutes about an extremely broad political ideology you have, at best, read a couple of disparaging articles about. I can guarantee you’ve never read a word of Marx, Engels, Trotsky etc yet you’re perfectly happy to draw equivalences between them and some of the worst genocides in history because you can lazily link them with a scary buzzword. Either you don’t know that they are ideologically different or you simply don’t care. Neither is flattering, but both mean you’re just as bad as the “Political Class Western College Students” you attacked in your initial post. You don’t know what you are talking about, you don’t care, and your solution is to know and care even less.
Stick to memes m8
Edit - Sorry @D1NGdong for accidentally replying to you