What people confuse for communism is more like altruistic anarchy or alrtuistic tribalism.
Only two laws governed the Seattle Natives. Respect and Share. There were caps on how much you could harvest of any one thing, they only worked three months a year, and then spent nine months celebrating the Ultimate Creator Spirit and the Earth Mother. You could heap up extra every year, but you were only great if you shared it with everybody in the communal Spiritual feasts and dances that made up most the year.
All Native American tribes had clans devoted to different animals and elements dedicated to being stewards of that animal or thing.
They knew everything sang it's own songs and they could hear them.
Sidenote: They kept Kesh.
This concept of stewardship for this planet, all life, each other. Living timelessly in a way that gives seven generations down the line a beautiful planet? Being responsible? Eliminating and curtailing greed and rape?
Sure there are communal or collaborative things about that. But dont confuse any of that with "communism".
Ultimate example for us all. What I can only describe as the Altruistic Anarcho Capitalist Conservationist Revolutionary Indescribable way the Guru Sahiban, Gursikhs and the Khasla rose up a 1's Kingdom from nothing but Courageous Goodness.
Talk about an invasion. No matter what country, no matter how horrible a time, Akal Purakh Vaehguru sets up shop and liberates it with nothing. Leading from the front. Sacrificing everything.
No wonder history doesn't teach Sikhi. Embarassing to everyone else who thinks they're anything in history.
Only people who wouldn't be absolutely humbled, humiliated and shamed are Indigenous Tribes and Clans and the Persian Empire. Not that they were at all on the same level but at least they're closer to it than what this world celebrates as civilization.