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This flash promotes socialism in EU!

In other words: This flash promotes equal rights and equal opportunities to all people living in EU!

PS: I encourage you to download this flash and show it to your friends. Spread it across the world comrades!

(When submitting it, always give me credit. Thank you!)
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Saint-Tepes Featured By Owner Apr 1, 2012  Hobbyist Artist
Thanks, but no thanks, Europe already felt what socialism had done to it and its people
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bttlrp Featured By Owner May 7, 2012
LOL when
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Saint-Tepes Featured By Owner May 7, 2012  Hobbyist Artist
During the cold war, from the end of WW2 till the fall of the Union of Soviet SOCIALIST Republics, the eastern european socialist republics, haven't you learned this at history? Even today socialism had failed in democratic countries: The socialists were no longer realected in Spain and Greece, for they haven't done much to stop the crysis.
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bttlrp Featured By Owner May 8, 2012
And yet Greece just elected what could become a coalition of two radical socialist parties ;)
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ashbear160 Featured By Owner Oct 26, 2010
We are ze socialists and we have come to suck your blood

My attempt at lame comedy
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KoronofHearts Featured By Owner May 4, 2009
Well...I won't bash you for your beliefs, but, Ok...

Democrat Socialism....fine, that's OK...anythign heavier than that...uhm...well, I'm a Westerner, I'd liek to STAY that way, thank you...
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KoronofHearts Featured By Owner May 4, 2009
Well, Actually, fine, I think Socialism is a godo way to maintain a good economy, but, still...
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Sovietmaster Featured By Owner Mar 6, 2009
thank you comrade. I found this a Youtube and it was awsome. Soon there will be a Socialist European Union. the People,the most powerful army and force, will make this possible. For the Revolution!
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CommunistEurope Featured By Owner Aug 13, 2011   Writer
A revolution isn't necessary my good friend. Socialism is winning the hearts of many european citizens. Here in Holland every election the Socialist party's like the PVDA and SP (PVDA = the Labor party and SP= Socialist party). They do things for the people instead of those capitalistic money fixating pigs we have in the goverment now. Just make the European Union one instead of 27 individual countries!.
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Sovietmaster Featured By Owner Aug 14, 2011
Riots are ringing in London, people are standing against oppressive regimes and NATO intervention.

Revolution is coming, with mass-Line as support to the Vanguard.
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The-Necromancer Featured By Owner Jun 16, 2008  Hobbyist General Artist
Thats very moving comrade. Very moving indeed. A truely socialist Europe would be the start towards a re-invigorated world Communist movement. It was a shame we lost the elections in France...
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delatorre-politik Featured By Owner Aug 23, 2007
Really cool animation! :) Our common dream.
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KenzuMilagro Featured By Owner Aug 24, 2007
From the people, for the people!
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Gingerlilly Featured By Owner Aug 21, 2007
Um, ok? o_O
First off: Nice Flash animation. ;)
Then: I support the idea of equality. AND I am a real EU-patriot. But if a socialist Europe means all we get is a second USSR, another China or conditions similar to those in the former GDR, all I have to say is: NO! No, no, no! And you have a Communist speaking hear, yes I am a Commie. But I'd rather keep the current market-economy where I have the opportunity to stand up for my rights than to be oppressed by another inhuman dictatorship where I am told what I have to think.
And your animation is a bit scary with all those red people. o_O
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KenzuMilagro Featured By Owner Aug 21, 2007
Thank you!

I am an EU patriot as well! And even though I like USSR a million times more than USA, I'd rather see democratic socialism than a socialist dictatorship. But I think this wont be a problem, since most of us support democracy anyway.

PS: You are already the second person who feels intimidated to the mob, but imagine that you are one of them. And there is no violence. They all came to watch the firework!
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Jspen Featured By Owner May 24, 2009  Hobbyist
hell yeah to that
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Gingerlilly Featured By Owner Aug 21, 2007
Ha ha, well, watching the firework is o.k. ;)
But history tells us how easy it is to manipulate the masses.
I just thought that maybe for European future we are in need of some fresh ideas. And your usage of the old symbols (you know: hammer and sickle etc.) might be misunderstood. (For example by me *lol*)
Not that this is your fault. I mean the svastica once also was a symbol of luck, wasn't it?
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KenzuMilagro Featured By Owner Aug 22, 2007
Hmm, I used 5 symbols.

They represent: Peasants, Workers, Artists, Graduates and Administration (directors, managers etc.)
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Gingerlilly Featured By Owner Aug 25, 2007
Yes, I do know that. ;) And I know that you used this symbols in order to show peace and solidarity. It's just that some of these symbols in the mind of many people stand for oppression and dictatorship - and for socialism going the wrong way.
Don't get me wrong, it's fine to see that someone promotes the dream of an united and peaceful Europe, and as I said: I call myself a Communist, too.
But I also think today it is maybe harder than ever to be a Communist and we shouldn't hesitate to question everything - even our own ideals.

PS: I forgot to say - It's nice to hear you're an EU-patriot, too. Most people I know are, sadly, against the EU, and think it will only make things worse. -_-
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KenzuMilagro Featured By Owner Aug 26, 2007
I know that many unjust things have been done in the name of socialism. But we are all clever people here (amongst socialists and communists), and we know what socialism is.

I personally think it is easier than before. In the last century, if you were in a capitalist dictatorship like in Batista's Cuba, Diem's Vietnam, Pinochet's Chile or Franco's Spain, if you openly said that you are a communist, you would be executed the next day. In these days they wont prosecute you.

But still if you meet with some anti-communists they will try to make your life as hard as possible. (unfriendliness, worse grades, not giving you a job etc.). However if the other person is a socialist or communist, he/she will do all what is in their power to help you.

I think the most people are EU-patriots. Those who are against are only a small minority, but they make themselves visible by criticizing the EU. Those who are content usually dont speak up.
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Gingerlilly Featured By Owner Aug 26, 2007
Yes we know what socialism is. But there are enough people that don't know. Or, lets say: they think that the former attempts of building up socialism was the one and only true form of socialism. Don't they have to be shown that this is not true? And how do we want to achieve that when someone standing outside the socialist movement must think we still get on with the tradition of soviet socialism?
Just some thoughts...

Hm, yes of course. It IS easier to say you're a communist if you have not to be afraid to be killed for it.
The difficulties today are of another kind. (Or at least I think so.)
...O.k. I had a looong description of my thoughts typed here but I just realized that I as well could express it shortly: I just have the feeling that as a communist I am not taken seriously by the people outside the communist movement. And, well, being sarcastic I could say - being exeuted at least means they DO take you seriously, no?
Well, today: "Hopeless dreamer" they call me. "It will never work". I then always have a hard time explaining to them that communism is not only about a utopian society, but that it also inherits many thoughts that could be helpful in today's market economy ... and at the end many of them won't understand anyway.
Or maybe I only meet the wrong people. I don't know.
But always better than being executed, right.

Yes, that might be true. But especially amongst my former class mates I could find no one supporting the EU. They were either only criticizing, or they didn't mind at all. The latter was even worse.
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