0 views posted 23 Jul 2012, 12:34
`Rather dead than red´
Communism (from Latin communis - common, universal)
Imagine your self in a society where everyone was equal. It does not matter if you have lots of money or none at all, you are looked upon the same way. No high class nor low class, no one is cast out or left behind. Kind of like one big family where everyone is taking care for each other.
The hammer and sickle are a symbol of the communist movement. The hammer stands for the industrial working class while the sickle represents the agricultural workers, together the hammer and sickle represent the unity of these two groups (can be woman and man aswel) .
In ww2 the communist women were fighting for there country when the "free" was a nurse or at home doing the dishes. Today it has changed and now everyone has to fight (if necessary) but the majority is still men, thats not the point in this so never mind that.
I was going to ask a question about this but i already know what kind of answers i will get.
Therefore i ask you this: What type of shoe brand(s) do you own?