I used to fly to 58 countries. I'm here to tell you that Capitalism is always present, in every single one of them, all the time. You can’t ever get rid of it. The best you can hope to do is regulate it. For even when governments try to throttle it, Capitalism always manifests itself in a Black Market where people will barter goods or print counterfeit script if no money is available. It’s been that way all through time in nearly all societies. Even nomadic tribal society traded in women and had leaders who got more pussy than the average Indian. Your fantasy of a egalitarian society is exactly that. A fantasy. Unobtainable as long as Homo sapiens are involved.
Students of history know it has always been this way throughout countless cultures.
Your communist idea of banning property or money (if I understand where you are going with this), except what the State decides you deserve, is guaranteed totalitarianism, imho. Obviously, under such a Nanny State structure, all political dissidents will be immediately homeless, disarmed and destitute by a simple command issued from any bureaucrat irked by them in any one of endless layers of government. There will be no political resistance possible. Just like North Korea. You can’t start over down the road. You have to become a refugee since you can buy nothing or earn nothing except what Big Brother allows you to.
Right now, there is a serious effort afoot to ban all physical cash by the International Banksters. Electronic credits, which they control will be all that’s left if they get their way. They have already confiscated cash, via negative interest rates scams in Cyprus, Greece and Switzerland and are trying to do it all through the EU. The Clinton’s economist, Larry Summers, wants to do it in the US. Already it’s increasingly difficult to withdraw large sums of your own money in cash form. I had to call the cops since Bank of America wouldn’t honor my order for a large cashier’s check to be printed to make a downpayment on a house. Exorbitant banking transaction fees and small ATM cash limits are already common throughout the world.
Is Nationalism a bad thing? Nationalism hampers International Banksters who fund war and subvert local Trade and Environmental Laws. Having locals in charge is a good thing. Once TPP is ratified, democracy will die all over the world. In it’s place an unknown, unelected board of Dictators will trump all constitutions.
But that’s not Capitalism, my friend. It’s racketeering. It’s Monopoly trade. It’s Fortune 500 Tyranny. It’s lack of any meaningful competition, which the father of Western Capitalism, Adam Smith, said you must have in order for the market to function correctly. It’s a few men in control of both the government and the UNfree market, where WTO trade violations demand mandatory purchases from huge Multi-globals or you are kicked out of the game of Monopoly. Just like the 1775 British East India Company, which sold all imported goods at inflated prices to the colonies through London Globalists, which is the real reason the American Revolution started (not just taxes.)
On the other extreme, Communism is a fool’s delusion. It never has, nor can it ever work. Far better to just get rid of large structures, and let the street people decide for themselves what is proper. Instead of burned-out inner cites with no hope in America or long bread lines and apartment cues for decades in the USSR, you get flourishing villages where the downtrodden are not cast aside into the shadows. I live on such islands. Squatters have rights and cannot be displaced from unoccupied land. Most people are unemployed and poor, but happier than most Westerners. It’s still Capitalism, but it’s a better way, imho.
Since you can't be homeless, you are not under the constant stress of having to kiss the corporate ring to slave for the man. Which is why most natives here don't really care if they get fired. The community will shelter them. Most Fortune 500 companies gave up here long ago and moved on to Communist China where the cops routinely beat up non-compliant worker/slaves and then go after their families.
Now, there is a persistent communist movement here, particularly in the Southern Islands, but it's been going on for 100 years with little success. Even Communist leaders are susceptible to bribes offered by mining companies in lieu of having to engaging the national army.
So your ideas can never work in the real world, imho, since all men are fallible if enough pressure is applied.
Chairman Mao, by the way, was educated at Yale University. Yes it's true. And guess who set up "Yale in China"?
The Rockefeller Oil Monopoly, who supplied all of China's energy in the 1920's (mainly cooking and heating oil back then.) Mao was trained in guerrilla warfare by the predecessors of CIA: Naval Intell and later the offices that became OSS.
And your heroes Marx, Lenin and Trotsky where all part of an international banking cartel, if my research is correct.
I'm afraid you've been had, my friend. What you seek is not possible. Unless you can figure out a way to change human nature itself.