Originally Posted by Olaf Menes
They tried this in the 60s and 70's in hippie communes. The thing is whenever you attempt to build a communist type utopia, there are some who feel their superior even among those they consider equal peers. There will always be those who think they can sit around drinking beer and fucking off while everyone else does all the work. In essence, what you suggest already exists in most remote rural farm communities. Unless you have an army of lawyers and powerful political based protection, one lawsuit will cause it all to collapse.
Not communism but a cooperative or land owned by a few of the members like a club. People's rights would be based on their stake in the 'company'. This is the opposite of communism it is fascism: coporatism