without getting into the specifics of your accusations about these various movements (Occupy in particular seem to be being slandered here), this just seems to be a laundry list of organisations that publicly protest an on behalf of causes that are more often associated with the left side of politics.
And ‘willing to use street violence against enemies’ is NOT a characteristic of any specifc political movement. Hell, even the Buddhists do this - just ask the Rohingya.
Communism is a word that has meaning and context and history. Marx and Lenin and Stalin and Mao, revolutionary ideology, etc etc.
Communal (state) ownership of the means of production
Glorification of labor and production over trade
Distrust of intellectual pursuits other than engineering or approved political philosophy
The belief that communism will spread across the world as an inevitability of history
The belief that the concept of the ‘communist state’ is only temporary until political consciousness of the masses develops to a point where everyone will spontaneously choose to live a communal lifestyle without the necessity of the state, at which point the state will happily cease to exist
The belief that the property-owning class is the enemy of the salaried class and that racial/national differences are secondary to class differences
The belief that religion is a long con that keeps the masses quiescent
If an organisation doesn’t believe at least MOST of this stuff, they’re not communist. They might be something else, they might be violent or dangerous or whatever, they’re just not communist, and saying it is is just lazy scaremongering…
And yeah, there’s an equivalent list for Nazism and fascism too, even though historically the ideology of these movements tends to be much less codified and much more driven by the immediate whims of a leader who is beyond questioning.
Vocal nationalistm/racism and militarism
Fusion of business and government interests
Belief in the primacy of will and determination over knowledge and probability
Fetishisation of strength and derogation of compassion (social Darwinism)
A conscious evocation of the (mythical) glorious past, via quasi-medieval pageantry etc
(Inevitably once in power both movements develop all the trappings common to totalitarian govts of all ideologies - a cult of personality behind the leader, intolerance of dissent, secret police, a justice system subservient to political leaders, etc)
I’m sure there’s some characteristics that I’ve missed. But the point is - I can see a LOT more of the ‘fascist’ boxes being ticked by the ‘alt-right’ (I hate that term, but it’ll do for now as a catch-all for the neoreactionaries, the neonazis, Golden dawn, the current Polish govt, etc etc) than i can ‘communist’ boxes being ticked by, say BLM (which in the final analysis is a movement opposed to police violence against black people - I’m sure that some communists support BLM but to pretend that BLMs goals as a whole are in any way ‘communist’ is just unsupportable)