Like you said, until there's violence it's all LARPing. They all stress the need for "peaceful" revolution, so nothing will change.
Bomb Wall St. with all the hippies inside.
Once again Zizek capitalizes on a faux dissident faction to basically promote himself and spout some of his trademark meaningless idiocies. The guy's a fucking genius.
So with Communism being little more than an embarrassing memory for the radical left, Zizek digs up the egalitarian-humanistic-universalist root of Christianity as the only force that will bring us all together and usher in a New Utopia. Alain de Benoist would agree, after all he famously declared Christianity the "bolshevism of antiquity." Of course the intentions couldn't be farther apart, as de Benoist would argue that this universalist root which originates in Christianity and begets Liberalism and Communism is what makes them such dangerous ideologies.
I'd be inclined to agree.
The texts of the bible are so varied and multi-theological that they can be used to say or justify about thing. That's why so many different theologies, denominations and even religions have emerged from the same set of texts.
Once an ideology becomes institutionalized, as it did with the Catholic Church, then the same rules and behaviors relating to power and it's maintenance apply. I wouldn't call Catholicism, or the Catholic Church, anti-egalitarian because it power structure is hierarchal. Liberalism and Communism both had hierarchal systems with social class and Party bureaucracy respectively. What all three ideologies share is the belief of Man as tabula rasa and as such that their systems could be applied to every culture all over the world.