The only good communist is a dead one
The only good communist is a dead one is slogan that expresses the idea of resistance against the communistic aggression.
Term communism has two meanings.
First of them is declared in the 1961.ProgramKPSS, as a liberal political regime, that provides good leaving condition for all the people.
The second meaning of the term is opposite; communism is slavery, total corruption of administration, supported by propaganda, censorship, frauds (including the election fraud) and heavy exploitation of workers by the state officials.
The experience of the USSR and its colonies in century 20 indicate, that the socialism in the first meaning is a fairy tale, invented and promoted in interests of usurpation of power by the junta of terrorists.
Slogan The only good communist is a dead one implies, that there exist no honest, "good" communists.
- https://iowaculture.gov/history/education/educator-resources/primary-source-sets/cold-war/only-good-communist-dead-one-sign "The Only Good Communist is a Dead One" Sign in Des Moines, Iowa, September 23, 1959 Courtesy of Library of Congress, O'Halloran, Thomas J., 23 September 1959. Description This black and white photo shows a crowd gathered on a street in Des Moines, Iowa, to see Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev. Khrushchev was in town to meet with the owner and see the operation of Garst Farms. One man on the street holds a sign that reads, “The Only Good Communist is a Dead One.”