I really wanted to give your post a good and proper 'analysis.' I really don't have that sort of time right now. However... I do want to address the core of the problem of Communism.
Communism and the group think of Marx fails, in all of it's forms, because it rejects human nature as the motivator of human activity. To wit:
What if everyone working full time was given £500 ($1000 USA) per month regardless of the job they do. Half (£250) for part timers, disabled and students (meaning a student with a part time job or someone disabled with a part time job gets the full amount). £150 for the unemployed with laws that state you must work if we find you a job your capable of doing. This would mean everyone has money for food and luxuries based on what they provide the community and everything else is provided for them. I think this would solve a lot of the problems in todays society.
What do people think?
And who says that your labor is worth even one red cent? Honestly, think about it. Why do people give you money? What to you give back to the person giving you money?
Perhaps I do more work than you. If I have a better work ethic and produce more goods and services shouldn't I get more money for it?
When the State controls the price of labor, the productive people have no incentive to produce. People only work just hard enough to keep up appearance. In the old East Bloc countries the workers had a saying "We pretend to work and they pretend to pay us." The reason the old USSR has stores with no goods, long lines, and tight rationing is because there was no economic incentive to work any harder then absolutely necessary. Even if you did a better job you would not make more money so why try?
Communism is the pipe dream of the lazy and incompetent.