Distribution and production relations
As relations almost identical to non-existent relations of ownership of shared means of production, the communist theory considers production relations, which, therefore, also have a significant impact on the distribution and other conditions of joint production activity.
Such concepts as production relations, productive forces, the mode of production and many others are endowed with a certain mystical meaning and have long been turned into ritual communist spells. Their use in the process of public speaking is reminiscent of shamanistic incantation, as a result of the bewitching action of which all the co-religionists present, losing their ability to think sensibly, fall into a reverential stupor.
Production relations are determined by the production hierarchy necessary for centralized management of production processes and subordinate production structures. In fact, there is a significant variety of relations between participants in joint production activities, and only those relations that are necessary due to production feasibility can be attributed to production relations, since only these relations contribute to the achievement of a successful and efficient production cycle. A very significant component of production relations is production communication, outside of which each participant in joint production activities independently and independently fulfills his production duties, the content of which is determined by the place occupied in the production cycle and the production hierarchy. In turn, non-production communication is an integral part of non-production relations. Outside of communication, no human relationship exists.
If a certain participant in a joint production activity explains to some others the procedure for fulfilling the upcoming production task, then such communication is production communication, through which the independent and independent fulfillment by each of his production duties forms a generally focused organized production interaction. If this certain convinces some others that all bourgeoisie and bosses are scum, then such communication is non-productive communication, on the basis of which sometimes purposeful organized non-productive interaction arises.
A certain constant level of non-productive communication, as a rule, does not interfere, although in any case it does not contribute to the achievement of a successful and efficient course of the production cycle. In some cases, an excessive level of non-production communication is a consequence of the imperfection of the production organization, which allows, for example, significant production downtime. In other cases, the excessive level of non-productive communication is the result of intensive discussion of various unsatisfactory, sometimes completely unbearable, conditions for joint production activities. Such communication itself may be the cause of production downtime, ending in some cases with organized non-production interaction, which excludes the possibility of continuing production activities. Organized non-production interaction, the goal of which is to change the unsatisfactory conditions of joint production activity, is sometimes carried out in a very cruel and destructive (riots, uprisings, revolutions, wars) way. However, in order to achieve this goal, in a less cruel and destructive (strikes, strikes, rallies, pickets) manner, production activity is interrupted. For permanent indirect participation in changing unsatisfactory conditions for joint production activities, non-production organizations are created in the form of trade unions.
It seems obvious that production relations do not have any effect on distribution. It is the nature of the distribution that determines the nature of the remaining conditions of joint production activity, which may limit, or even completely interrupt, production communication by excessive communication non-production. Indeed, only the irresistible desire of the one-man distributor to appropriate as much as possible forces him to cut wages, increase the length of the working day, and neglect dangerous and harmful working conditions, thereby creating for the majority unbearable conditions for joint production activities.
Violence and oppression are used to limit non-productive communication, to prevent the occurrence of organized non-productive interaction, to achieve a successful and efficient course of the production cycle.