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Held since the end of the Second World War, the XXI International Anti-Imperialist and Anti-Fascist Youth Camp (Encontro Internacional da Juventude Antifascista e Antiimperialista, EIJAA) has become an important centre of debate on the actions of imperialism and fascism in the world and a vehicle for mobilizing international youth around the struggle for their rights, awakening internationalist feelings and contributing to the builing of socialism.
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nazgul136 Featured By Owner May 31, 2014
Clap I am a dummy! 
MoonlightTheif Featured By Owner Apr 26, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
A United Socialist Alliance!
LeRevolutionnaire Featured By Owner Feb 17, 2013
xxVectorZeroxx Featured By Owner May 30, 2012
so, one set of imperialists vs the other set of imperialists? communism is just as bad, if not worse then the capitalist system you seem to dislike.
joeisbadass Featured By Owner Aug 15, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
zxcewq Featured By Owner Aug 24, 2012
Elaborate on what you believe communism is, please, as this reeks misinformation. Internationalism is not imperialism.
xxVectorZeroxx Featured By Owner Aug 29, 2012
i donno, all the countries i see that run Communist systems, dont really Run it like they say they will. typically the just run it into the ground, so far china has been the only country to pull it off without falling apart.
zxcewq Featured By Owner Sep 10, 2012
Actually, China isn't communist in the least. Nor is it socialism.

Socialism is common ownership of the means of production through dissolution of class and subsequently freedom from capitalist exploitation, whereas communism is the same thing yet on an international (nationless) level. China not only has a class society and a market economy, but it also endorses private property. It's just as capitalist as America is.

There has never actually been a proper representation of communism to date (unless you count the communal societies practiced by both the American Indians and some African societies), and anyone who tries to tell you otherwise is rewriting history and outright lying. The main want of communism is to destroy exploitation, and replace it with a society controlled solely by the community (the likes of you and me)through planning and sharing, rather than competitive and inegalitarian markets.

I suggest you take a look at 'The Communist Manifesto" by Karl Marx, Along with "The Principles of Communism" by Friedrich Engels. These are considered by many to be the basis of which our entire ideology rests. If you do not have much time, then you may wish to read Engels' work as it is shorter and serves as an introduction to socialism and revolutionary communism.

Who knows? If you read these and still disagree with communism, then that's fine because you've made an analyses of their foundations and drawn a conclusion. But on the flip-side, you might find something you agree with.

-"Principles of Communism", Friedrich Engels.

-"The Communist Manifesto", Karl Marx.
xxVectorZeroxx Featured By Owner Sep 12, 2012
it doesnt help that american textbooks tend to downplay any actual fair and unbiased views of non capitalist market designs, therefore limiting my ability to learn about both fairly. while Communism sounds great on paper, it never succeeds on the macro scale. i feel that communism fails to see the need for extremely specialised jobs and the basic greed in human nature.
Redfoxbennaton Featured By Owner May 14, 2011  Student Traditional Artist
HAHA, antifa.
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