If I’m right as to the basic idea behind communism, then it seems to follow that some people are NOT going to fit in, outside an ingrained and well-established indoctrination system that trains out any anti-establishment thought early on.
And even then, a slight few are going to resist somehow.
At least as far as I can tell, this seems a logical progression.
It appears that the quote you posted relies on an over-time indoctrination (albeit presented as self-inflicted in the generalized example) of sorts to get all the people working more-or-less together after a time – at least, in that they all hold working as their “prime want” in life.
My contention is that, without enforcement of some kind of rules or expulsion from the society as a recourse, someone or a group of someone’s are going to violate the ideals behind the society and, unless prevented by something, hinder the progression towards that place in time and thought where everyone agrees with the ideals and follows them without enforcement – a place in time and thought that I, personally, do not believe will ever happen.
In short, this discussion ties back into a past discussion in this thread – namely, that communism is not possible unless there is some method to remove/reeducate people who disagree with the ideals and goals.
Which, if I understand things, is not communism at all.
But, again, meh.