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June 6, 2007



Communism for the Masses!

Wed Jun 6, 2007, 10:18 PM by itsfrits:iconitsfrits:
Communist Party of DeviantART

Greetings, comrades! :)

Welcome to the Communist Party of DeviantART or CPDA, the largest and most united group of supporters on DeviantART.

We are a non-profit organization that is trying to spread the word of the joys of Communism and its many, many advantages. Don't wait! Join your fellow citizens and become an official CPDA member!

Finally, equality is a possibility for our future! Help us to fight the vile force that is capitalism. We have already seen that capitalism and capitalists have been banned by the Communist-friendly group of deviantART Staff. Why resist any longer?

Communism for our future, and our families future!

The CPDA invites anyone and everyone -- even people of conflicting views -- to join this group. We enjoy a healthy debate and discussion in a friendly, constructive manner, and we are open to all ideas. Please remember to be civil and intelligent when conversing with others. To restate, please refrain from making attacks of character, threatening, or using curse words in disparaging ways.

To join, you must click the join button in the left bar and you will be added to the group. If you deviantWATCH this account, you will not be added to the members list. Joining is that easy!

Your Duty as a CPDA Member
The only thing we ask for you to do after becoming a member is to support our group. You are not obligated or pressured to partake in the support mechanisms listed below, but it would be greatly appreciated. Some common ways to help the CPDA and the fight for Communism:

Add a text link (typed as : devcommunism : without the spaces between the colons) to either your journal or signature. An example would be the following: "communism - I support the CPDA and Communism!"
deviantWatch this page for updates and other important information.
Spread the word to others by any means possible, spoken, written, or otherwise.
Add the CPDA DeviantART page to your flyers or posters as a supporter for Communism-related events, such as speeches, conferences, and even fun events.

CPDA Manifesto
The CPDA Manifesto is located as a Deviation. You can view the manifesto here:

CPDA Group Policy 2012
CPDA Group Policy 2012
Dear comrades of the CPDA,
Effective immediately, there are further changes to our group policy. These changes have been implemented by the Central Committee of the CPDA, and voted into Policy by the Central Executive Committee, in an effort to better serve our goals and mission.
The revised group policy is:
1. The Communist Party of deviantART is designed for numerous variants of communistic thought. Marxists and non-Marxists are welcome. Likewise, other leftists such as anarchists are welcome, and even those who are willing to learn of Communism are welcome. While the Communist Party of deviantART realizes that disagreements in ideological beliefs shall arise among members, we ask that debates be kept respectful and mature. Opposing beliefs (e.g. capitalists) must keep their questions and arguments respectful and mature as well.
2. The Communist Party of deviantART has no official line of thought. This means

We are always looking for more members. Please send a note to this account if you have any questions, or otherwise! All people are welcome to join and partake in this great community group!
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Footnoting Featured By Owner Jun 7, 2013
May I ask a question? And I am asking in good faith, not rhetorically or to offend. If Lenin's theories were so effective, so insightful, and so good for "the people," why did the Soviet Union fail? Surely Lenin's theories would have either eliminated failure, or would have provided certain fail-safes, checks and balances, whatever you wish to call them, to make failure impossible. How, then, did the creation of this Great Man of/in History fall so flatly and ignomiously?

As I said, I am only asking because, really, I cannot figure out any other answer but the obvious one. So please enlighten me. I promise not to reply divisively or with the intention of prolonging debate.

Oh, and please also explain the brutal murders of the Czar's daughters. Was Lenin's great Revolution so sensitive and delicate that four teenaged girls could have toppled it? Were they not also members of "The People"? What happened to their glorious Communist future?
KnoFear Featured By Owner Jun 8, 2013  Student Writer
Lenin was not in power for a particularly long time; most of his rule was involved in creating the Soviet Union and winning a war, rather than setting up the perfect communist society. That was left to the leaders after him, who unfortunately were not successful in all of their goals.

The Czar's family was executed mostly due to hatred and anger on the part of supporters of communist rule. No common Russian at the time would have allowed their survival without revolting against the new communist leadership; years of oppression under the Czar ensured that.
Footnoting Featured By Owner Jun 8, 2013
Thank you for that perspective.
comrade-Yaroslav Featured By Owner May 25, 2013
Hello comrades! Thank you for adding to the group
Stilgar27 Featured By Owner Jan 17, 2013
Could you add Trotsky next to Marx, Engels and Lenin? BTW, why exactly was the capitalist group banned?
Velikorossiya Featured By Owner May 6, 2013  Hobbyist Writer
As I understand it, the Capitalist group became a hate group, which violates dA policy. I personally would love to see Leon Trotsky up there as well, but unfortunately that was never my decision.
Bleeding-Fingertips Featured By Owner Jan 25, 2010  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Lol can I be the Military comissar?
triken49 Featured By Owner Jan 19, 2010  Hobbyist General Artist
I still think the picture of soldiers with guns IS a bit inappropriate, aren't we supposed to promote communism though peaceful ways? From my experience, anti-communists tend to criticise communism as 'using violence to achieve the goal'.

Other than that, Communism is an ideal theory though not popularly supported, how unfortunate. I would be openly supporting Communism if not for the flaming from the anti-communists.
triken49 Featured By Owner Jan 19, 2010  Hobbyist General Artist
I really don't want Communism to be compared to Nazism in any way. Communism is supposed to lean towards equality and peace for all but we have to be careful not to make it appearing to be 'hateful'.

* I'm going to watch this group to see how it progresses.
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