I don't see Cuba or Vietnam being bailed out? this it also ignores economic warfare against a bunch of economies. it also ignores how the Chinese sellouts are now the worlds biggest economy.
Seriously, Could you have picked any more basket case economies, why not Venezuela?
Cuba is funded by tourism trying to save its economy after the USSR dropped it and Cuba's economy collapsed.
As income less than $30/mth
Average age of cars there is something like 60 years old.
Vietnam is funded by foreign, read mostly western investment and booming tourism, again heavily western.
Average income is around $200/mth,
Almost no one can afford a car
China (which is neither socialist nor communist), is funded by foreign investment and turning itself into a slave factory for western demand mostly low cost items and copying capitalism and as such has more billionaires than EU and US combined.
Average income $1000/mth
If you don't work, you die.
You could argue the same for our liberal democracy too. As I have said the examples prior mentioned and your ignoring the Zapata Movement too. Thats a load of rubbish. Also the last line in that comment makes to coherent sense
Fact is few democratic free market economies have needed bail outs and their people live in significantly higher standard of living than nearly all socialist and communist countries. Just need to look at how life has improved in eastern Europe since the early 90's after a rough decade. Too much money wasted on socialist ideals that simple don't work and while they claim to focus on humanity, they ignore the very fabric of human thinking. ie people are naturally lazy and will take hand outs over work any day if they don't have the option to excel.
Back home, go through the financial position of Left vs Right wing govt at loss of power across the country at both state and Fed level, it may surprise you, hint social welfare programs need funding and borrowing from others is not the solution.