Each Socialism and Communism are technically democratic fiscal beliefs. Regrettably, some "socialist international locations" with socialist economies should not democratic because of paranoia (i.E. North Korea). Capitalism can be an fiscal term and some capitalist international locations can have democratic beliefs, chiefly if the governments follow "social democrat" (social reformist) policies. Sweden, Belgium, Denmark, Britain, Australia are high examples. Other capitalist international locations are neo-fascist. --- the U.S. Is a major example. It isn't now democratic and it has by no means been a democratic country. It is a hypocritical country that espouses democracy however practises the opposite. --- Nazi Germany just before and for the duration of WW-2 used to be fascist. --- Italy for the period of and prior to WW-2. --- Spain from 1937 unless 1980 was once a fascist country. --- Argentina and a number of different US supported South American nations were/are fascists. --- South Korea used to be neo-fascist from 1948 unless round 1990. --- South Vietnam was once neo-fascist from 1954 when the united states illegally created the nation except 1975.