I agree completely with this. Thing is, I don't one hundred percent agree with the term "Nazism" as being a thing. The Nazi Party was one governing force that took control of several others and allied itself with the axis powers, it was a nation or an empire not a belief. In fact, not all German soldiers were even members of the Nazi Party and those who were often didn't know about the horrifying truth of the concentration camps. Whereas Communism is a political theory that was hated by multiple governments. So the only argument one has I assume is comparing the ideology of the high ranking Nazis to Communism in general? Which is in fact a pointless argument, being there are many factors to Communism and not every communist country was looking to kill its people. That's why the title of this thread is misleading (being Nazism is a term created by Neo-Nazi weirdos that worship a society as if it was a religion, and communism in theory can be good like @Expanix said), it should really be comparing two nations (Germany vs USSR) and perhaps even break it down further into Hitler vs. Stalin. In that case, I'd say Stalin morally was a worse person and leader being he drove Russia into the ground and killed many more millions of his own people instead of Hitler who brought Germany to its heights.