The Take That singer believes the political movement - which aims for a classless society based upon common ownership - is preferable to capitalism although he admits he struggles with his political beliefs because he wants to buy a Rolls Royce.
Writing on his blog, he revealed: "Capitalistic conspiracy? I`m with you. The system is destined to explode and I think it`s sooner rather than later - If we could get communism to work without corruption - I`m in -.The Rolls Royce Phantom is the ultimate symbol (for me any way) of our desire for `stuff` and it`s all `stuff`. Bulls**t when you break it down - consume, consume, consume - we`re at the tipping point my friends.
"Fasten your seatbelt we`re in for a bumpy ride - I`m a socialist capitalist which leads to guilt. (sic)"
Robbie, 37, is having such a dilemma over his lavish tastes, he has asked his fans for their advice on whether he should splash out on the extravagant vehicle - which costs over £300,000 - or not.
He said: "I`m having a bit a Rolls Royce Phantom issue at the minute - have been for a couple of years now - truth be told - I`d luuuuuurrrrrvvvvee one - but I think about you lot and what you would think of me - I know it`s a vulgar display of wealth - I guess I`m asking your permission - let`s have a vote - If you lot by majority think it`s ok then I`ll treat myself, if not I won`t, serious. (sic)"