You could start just with "Laptop with 8GB RAM size & DDR4 RAM type/Frutiy Loops Producer Edition" - go large on the laptop though, esp. the RAM. FLProducer is nice but you could use Reaper and learn more (imo) and have more routing flexibility to boot.
Also: a good soundcard and decent monitoring setup. Again - don't skimp. Focusrite, Lexicon, Apogee are all p good brands generally speaking (but be sure to check reviews as well, including customer support). UAD is what I'd probably go with if I had the cash rn. Costs more than some of those other brands' entry level models but you're much less likely to replace it soon unless you start tracking live musicians and need more I/O or something.
Monitors - everyone around here tends to rate KRKs. I have an old pair of Alesis MkII's that I love. There's a newer version, not sure what it's called. Headphones can work but are usually not ideal, even with pricy models. Again though everyone's different here. I've had to mix down on cans for the last 7 years and am ready for real monitors again.
Komplete is awesome and super flexible; you might wanna cut your teeth on simpler VST plugs first though, because unless you're laser-focused it's really easy to get lost in its options.
Kaosillator P+ - looks like a fun toy, but what are you going to use it for? It lends itself more towards live/performed composition. I would almost recommend an iPad instead though - many more options for serious music making available. Just my opinion tho.
Hardware synths in general are great but for many not essential if they're using a DAW. I would either get a hardware synth first and fuck around, get good on it THEN buy a DAW, or wait a bit til you understand the basics a bit (ADSR, etc.) and then buy one. You should get a MIDI controller keyboard though. They're relatively cheap.
Buy your shit legit. Too many nasty creatures floating around in the wild now.
Start with a laptop and DAW software and go from there. If you're serious and in a hurry, maybe check out Dubspot's curriculum (note: costs $) - especially this one: