Why this is so: As the word implies, it is a 'new' generation of Communist, albeit most are students (as where it learned from), few are more and less anti-Authitorian proletars (low class workers), and pledge alliance to Marx's theories, but defy Soviet and the like (China, perhaps Cuba) as inferior attempts on it, not genuine ones, and state-capitalistic enterprises with vague socialistic elements. They often share sympathies with workers, activists and anarchists. Most neo-Communist are so presumably because of a rebellish fad, or attitude, but most of them reject Totalarianism, saying it was never a part of leftism. Transistionary states are a heated subject, and neo-Communists are often followed for their ideology, because they are placed in the same class of despot-supporters. Neo-Communists are often atheists or agnostics.
Most of these frequent RevLeft.com, and are born at most in the 70's or up.
Jarl: That's not true, he is a Neo-Commie!
Karl: What's the difference?
Jarl: He doesn't believe in a dictatorship of the proletars, i.e. no vanguard party.
have used the word to describe themself and their ideology. The "New Left" political parties of Germany and Sweden sometimes refer to themselfs as Neocommunists, as do many in the America's.
2:a liberal advocating redistribution of your money in the manner they themselves think best; neo-com money not considered money in this case.
Me: Yeah and they killed a hundred million people or so , I wonder if they can do better this time around?.