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Central Committee of the CPDA

Communist Party of DeviantART
Central Executive Committee and Commissariats

:iconthe-necromancer: General Secretary of the CPDA
:iconknofear: Commissar of Theory and Ideology
:iconthe-laughing-rabbit:Commissar of External Affairs
VACANT DUE TO RESIGNATION Commissar of Internal Affairs
:iconrenjikuchiki1: Commissar of Literary Affairs
:iconparty9999999: Commissar of Visual Arts
:iconfatal-nostalgia: Commissar of Environmental Affairs
:iconvelikorossiya: Commissar of the Treasury
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Communist Party of DeviantART Deputy Commissars
:iconace99129: Deputy Commissar of Visual Arts
:iconcomradenovember: Deputy Commissar of External Affairs
:iconkiev-45: Deputy Commissar of Theory and Ideology
:iconfrenzywolf: Deputy Commissar of External Affairs
:icondarkzaitzev: Deputy Commissar of Literary Affairs
:icondeathlesslegends13: Deputy Commissar of Literary Affairs
:iconrenegadeofpeace: Former Commissar, Observer
:icondomain-of-the-public: Former Commissar, Observer
:iconnurizin: Former Commissar, Observer
:iconbttlrp: Observer

The Red Star Vanguard Staff

:iconknofear:Chief Editor
:iconthe-necromancer:Co-Founder, Columnist
:iconfatal-nostalgia:Co-Founder, Columnist
:icondeathlesslegends13:Former Chief Editor, Columnist

CommunismDA YouTube Staff

:iconpkbchaz: Channel Producer

Official Anthem of the CPDA: The Internationale


Fulfilling the CPDA's One Year Plan. Details are provided here:…
Dear comrades of the CPDA,

Firstly, I would like to extend to you all greetings and good cheer on May Day. International Workers' Day is our day, a day to both celebrate the accomplishments made and to remember the accomplishments yet to be made. It is a day to honor our fallen comrades, whether history recalls their names or not. Many have died fighting for the rights of the working class, and we honor their sacrifice.

Secondly, here are some highlights from today's action:

Anti-Trump rally in Los Angeles:…

Live updates from Seattle:…

Tear gas and violence in Istanbul against demonstrators:…

Much the same in France:…

Comrades in Germany, on the other hand, have not faced such issues in their demonstration:…

From Cuba:…

From Brazil, where confidence in the Rousseff's government is in trouble:…

Coverage of Jeremy Corbyn's speech in London:…

From South Korea:…

General coverage from the Daily Mail:…

In solidarity,

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The-Necromancer Featured By Owner Mar 2, 2016  Hobbyist General Artist
In that sense, I have not seen such a thing yet.
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SovietNickie Featured By Owner Feb 4, 2016  Student Writer
Lady comrades, and those who stand by them, I have an honest question. I know you all want equal rights with men but do you find yourself more on the Feminist side or the Equalist side. As a white, straight, male I find I can't just be a feminist though I deeply do want equality between the sexes. I find that many women who protest simply want the good without the bad, for example: Equal payment among sexes but some still don't want to be signed up for the draft. (This is in the US) I would gladly fight for Equality and not privilege, yet many feminists I've come across are either just in it for the privileges and not the faults, or are simply men haters. There are also the matter of inequalities among men, for example, try a child custody case. 9 times out of 10 the mother will win that, no matter how good a father is or a mother is not.  

Being in the more relaxed side of the spectrum I find it is my need to support all equality movements and not take my time on a single effort for a single group. I go more under the equalist banner.

But after that rambling I wanted to see what my fellow comrades, and lady comrades thought about that issue and how they supported it. I know this is not a feminist group so to say, but we are communists, and equality is our game.   
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KnoFear Featured By Owner Feb 5, 2016  Student Writer
Actually, we are by all means a feminist grouping. Despite what some odd, young radicals may appear to say on sites like tumblr, we tend to view feminism as a necessary component of the communist movement. We regularly ally with revolutionary feminists, as they are generally fellow travelers in every positive sense of the phrase. I personally consider myself a feminist as well, however, this does not necessarily mean you (or any of our members, by that extension) must call themselves feminists. The name is not inherently important to us, as long as we continue to fight for a socialist liberation that does not discriminate on any arbitrary basis like sex or gender, or any other dividing categories for that matter.
SovietNickie Featured By Owner Feb 5, 2016  Student Writer
I agree completely, we need to stand together for all, no matter what category they fall under. I like to use Dr. King as an example where after he had helped the African American movement he did not stop, he continued to protest the Vietnam war as well as uniting with the lower class. In fact he was killed when he was doing work with a local Union. I deeply respect the fact that after he had done his work, he could have easily stopped, but didn't, or just held his focus on the African American Community, but he didn't. 

That's the reason I go under the term Equalist rather than Feminist. I 100% support the women's movement but not just the women's movement. I simply started this post not to cause division but to see how other fellow comrades felt about the issues. 
Party9999999 Featured By Owner Feb 5, 2016
When you look into it women being excluded from military service comes from patriarchal social attitudes rather than Feminism. When you look at societies that take up Feminist ideas women take part in the armed forces. ie: The Soviet Union, Rojava, Cuba etc.
SovietNickie Featured By Owner Feb 5, 2016  Student Writer
Quite right, my only thing was that many of the "privilege" feminists would want the benefits of being equal without the drawbacks of being equal. Something the "Realistic" Feminists oftentimes are much more understanding and supporting of. I live in SF, one of the most progressive movement based cities in America, I have come across a lot of feminist students at the art school I go to, when I ask about things like the draft or other drawbacks of equality they almost always act like I am putting them down or trying to "scare" them out of equality. It seems like it is much rarer to find Feminists who are willing to take the good with the bad.

I guess that is why I see myself as more of an equalist then a Feminist.   
Party9999999 Featured By Owner Feb 6, 2016
Seems a bit weird to bring up the draft anyway because there hasn't been a military draft in the United States for 30 years so it's unlikely that you're going to be called up.
Also a great number of men aren't subject to military service because they not be healthy enough or they don't mean army standards or because they have reserved occupation.

It doesn't surprise me that act like that because sounds like you're try to scare them off.

Saying you're an "equalist and not a feminist" is like saying you hate dogs but like corgis
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The-Necromancer Featured By Owner Feb 1, 2016  Hobbyist General Artist
Always a good thing to find one's Motherland.
thesovietsangheili Featured By Owner Feb 1, 2016
Im bullyed at school for believing in the motherland, but her inspiration is far more powerful than their words.
The-Necromancer Featured By Owner Feb 1, 2016  Hobbyist General Artist
Ideas, my friend, are always more powerful than those who would challenge us. Our ideas, Marx and Engels ideas, Lenin's ideas. These have lived on, even though many have challenged them, even though the Soviet Motherland is gone. Time will pass, but our ideas will remain. And, much like you and I, there will be those who believe in those ideas, those who will fight for them.

That is why our enemies will never win.
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