I dont mean marxist theory or cultural marxism but how it was in practice in the Soviet Union and how it was and still is in Far East like China or North Korea. I think they didnt had mass Immigration. Well Russia always had more then only Whites, but also under the tzar, but those are traditional minorities from the russian empire like central asians etc. but they didnt had mass migration from other parts of the world which are newcomers. They also didnt had homosexuality or transgenders. And their understanding of women rights or feminism was "chivalry" to this day in Russia from communist times the 8.march international womens day is celebrated but men gift flowers to females and such it is "chivalrous" not the feminazi type of the west. China and North Korea are pretty much Nationalist and xenophobic to outsiders. Also they put high value on work and progress. So was the Soviet Union.