[QUOTE=“Camnator, post: 287655, member: 5425”]The answer is obvious, considering the State is incompetent, dangerous, wasteful and threaten to murder you for not complying to its demands.[/QUOTE]
The modern conception of the state is one that has evolved over time and adapted due to changing societal conditions; the state under capitalism is vastly different from the state under feudalism, as different economic conditions and intricacies of the relations of production produce different social (‘super-structural’) institutions. Thus the state functioning as the dictatorship of the proletariat will be vastly different from the state we see today, it will be one based on mass worker democracy, expanding direct participation and civil engagement, and creating the necessary institutions for people to run their own lives, with the sole intention of withering away once social control has been passed to the public.
As others have said however, we aren’t comparing a capitalist economic system to the dictatorship of the proletariat, we’re comparing a capitalist economic system to a communist economic system. In a communist system there would be no state at all!