No. An oligarchy. Like here.
We are there. They just haven't put it on T.V.
No. The U.S. has been there since its inception.
A government made up of multimillionaires one party of which champions the rich and one party of slightly more millionaires who champion the middle classed
There is no middle class. Rich or poor,you pick.
4 of 5 of these types of government are highly Oligarchical without being strict oligarchies though a case could be made that Stalinism is an oligarchy
That's debatable, i wrote a research on this topic not too long ago. Although the communist party is no longer in control, it's modern doppelganger is, it's called the United Russia Party and it's controlled by Putin and Medvedev, both of whom were around and involved in the politics of the USSR, especially Putin who was in the KGB. There are many cases of journalist incarceration, supression of free speech/press/etc. and also it is widely believed that Russia still has quite a grudge against the west. I would say that Russia's main issue is not communism but it's the rift between it and the west that aligns it with countries like Iran. Unless there is a drastic change in leadership or policy then things are likely to remain as they are if not get worse. so to answer your question, no, but many of the same problems and grudges and issues still exist albeit in a different form.
it was never communist. what you've described is totalitarianism; they were perhaps socialist. but, funny how, a year later, all your predictions about putin vs the west have come true
Russia was never a Communist or socialist state it was a monarchy then a imperial monarchy then anarchy and despotism during the revolutions and civil wars then a Stalinist state up until perestroika
No. They are transitioning to Capitalism. Don't know how Socialist they are.
KGB commrads run the show innit?..