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    There is a stupid myth that the Communist regimes in Eastern Europe were illegal and put in power from Moscow without popular support. This is a stupid myth spread by morons and warmongers. Another myth is that all Communist countries were one-party dictatorships, this is another absurd myth as the majority of Communist regimes have had multi-party democratic systems. Even North Korea today has a multi-party system.



    Bulgarian Election of 1946:

    Bulgarska Komunisticheska Partia [Communist Party] 275 seats in parliament.

    Bulgarski Zemeldski Naroden Soyuz 89 seats in parliament.

    Bulgarski Zemedelski Naroden Soyuz 69 seats.

    There were another five or so parties that recieved less than 10 seats. The parliament in 1946 was that of 465 seats, with the Communist Party and her allies dominating the parliament. In this election 93% of Bulgarians voted. In the next election in 1949 the Communist Party strengthened their majority.

    Romanian election of 1948

    Partidul Muncitoresc Román [Communist Party] 200 seats
    Frontul Plugarilor 125 seats.
    Partidul National Popular 45 seats.

    Three more parties gained seats in parliament (414 seats). Yet again the Communists won this election.

    Hungary Election 1946

    Magyar Komunista Párt [Communist] 100 seats.
    Független Kisgazda-,Földmunkás és Polgári Párt 68 seats.
    Szociáldemokrata Párt 67 seats.

    More parties gained quite considerable numbers of seats in this election, in contrast to the other two elections above the Communists did not have a great majority. They won the election however. The Parliament had 411 seats.

    Czechoslovkian Election of 1946
    Komunististicka strana Ceskoslovenska [Communist] 114 seats.
    Ceskoslovenská strana národné socialisticka 55 seats.
    Ceskoslovenská strana lidova 46 seats.

    Yet again the Communists won this election. Parliament had 300 seats.

    Polish Election of 1946
    Polska Partia Robotnicza [Communist] 114 seats.
    Polska Partia Socjalistyczna 116 seats
    Stronnictwo Ludowe 109 seats.

    Tight election result here, Communists won it through uniting with other parties. However the Polish Socialist Party came second, which supported the Communists naturally. Parliament had 444 seats.

    source
    Last edited by | K Y L E |; 04-17-2006, 05:34 PM.

  • #2
    People tended to vote for those who have a gun to their head in Eastern Europe.
    http://www.thereligionofpeace.com/

    “if somebody (a Muslim) discards his religion, kill him” (Bukhari, vol. 4, bk. 52, no. 260).

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    • #3
      Parties in the Romanian election, as an example, that recieved votes:

      Partidul National-Taranesc-Disidenti
      Partidul National Liberal
      Partidul Social-Democrat
      Partidul National Popular
      Frontul Plugarilor
      Partidul Communist Roman
      Independenti
      Uniunea Populara Maghiara
      Partidul National-Taranesc
      Partidul National Liberal-Bratianu
      Partidul Taranesc-Democrat
      Partidul Social-Democrat Independent

      Please take your lies somewhere else, chump.

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      • #4
        The multi-party system in the Eastern Bloc circa 1968:

        German Democratic Republic:
        Sozialistische Einheirtspartei
        Chritlich Demokratische Union
        Demokratische Bauernpartei
        Liberal-Demokratische Bauernpartei

        Czechoslovakia:
        Communist
        Socialist People's

        Hungary:
        Hungarian Socialist Workers
        National Peasant Party
        Smallholders Party

        Bulgaria:
        Communists
        Agrarians

        Poland:
        Polzka Zyedoczona Partia Roboticza
        Zjedoczone Stronnictwoludowe
        Stronnictwo Demokratyczne

        source: Brittanica Year Book.

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        • #5
          Repression endured by Communists.

          Communists have been by far the most oppressed political people in history.

          1919, America: 249 identified “Reds” are deported
          1926, Portugal: Following a coup that ousts democratically elected government, fascist-militarists severely repress Communists and opposition forces.
          1927, China: Brutal crackdown on Communist Party by Kuomintang sparks civil war.
          1939, Spain: After toppling democratically elected government, fascist-militarists execute and imprison tens of thousands of Communists and other opposition forces
          1942, Canada: Communist Party is outlawed
          1947, Syria: Communist Party is outlawed
          1948, Greece: Repressive fascist government executes 152 leftists
          1948, Costa Rica: Communist Party is outlawed
          1949, Brazil: 150 Communists are arrested following a ban on Communist Party by the insecure government two years before.
          1949, Australia: Laurence Sharkey, Communist Party Secretary, is imprisoned
          1950, South Korea: Communist Party is outlawed.
          1950, Taiwan: Communist Party is outlawed.
          1951, El Salvador: 51 alleged Communists are arrested.
          1951, India: Over 15,000 Communists are arrested
          1951, Pakistan: Over a dozen Communists are arrested.
          1951, Venezuela: Communist Party is outlawed.
          1951, Lebanon: Three suspected Communists are arrested.
          1952, Iraq: 150 alleged Communists are arrested.
          1953, Turkey: 168 alleged Communists are arrested.
          1952, Nepal: Communist Party is outlawed.
          1954, Colombia: Communist Party is outlawed.
          1955, Iran: 155 army officers are arrested allegedly for being Communists.
          1956, West Germany: Communist Party is outlawed.
          1957, Philippines: Communist Party is outlawed.
          1957, South Africa: 156 people under Suppression of Communism act are rounded up for treason trials.
          1959, Burma: 106 alleged pro-Communists are arrested.
          1959, Argentina: All Communist headquarters and publications are closed.
          1960, Guatemala: 5 alleged Communists are arrested.
          1961, Bolivia: 70 Communist labour leaders are arrested.
          1961, Panama: 100 alleged pro-Communists are arrested.
          1963, Dominican Republic: 250 alleged Communists are deported.
          1963, Peru: 800 alleged Communists are arrested.
          1965, Ecuador: Communist Party is outlawed.
          1965, Indonesia: Following CIA-arranged coup, over 600,000 Communists are executed.
          1968, Malaysia: 137 Communists are arrested.
          1969, Haiti: 35 Communists are executed.
          1971, Sudan: More than a dozen Communists are executed.
          1973, Chile: Communists face severe repression following CIA-arranged coup.
          1978, Afghanistan: 25 members of People's Democratic Party are arrested. Revolution by leftist military officers follows in April.
          1974, Uruguay: Communist leader Rodney Arismendi is arrested.
          1974, Tunisia: 175 Marxist youths are arrested.
          1974, Singapore: 30 alleged Communists are arrested.
          1976, Paraguay: 1,000 “Marxist sympathizers” are arrested.
          1977, Bangladesh: Communist Party is outlawed.
          1977, Morocco: 176 Marxists are arrested.
          1980, Egypt: Communist Party is outlawed.
          1984, Thailand: 22 suspected sympathisers of Communist Party are arrested.
          1986, Jordan: 17 members of Communist Party are arrested.

          source: Collier's Year Book

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          • #6
            Communist results in "free" (ie. bourgeois democracy) elections:

            1924: Germany - 14%
            1932: Germany - 17%
            1945: Denmark - 12%
            1946: Brazil - 10%
            1945: Norway - 12%
            1946: Sweden - 11%
            1946: Nederlands - 11%
            1955: Indoensia - 16.4%
            1956: France - 25%
            1962: Finland - 23%
            1967: Sudan - 7%
            1968: Luxembourg - 16%
            1969: Chile - 17%
            1971: Sri Lanka - 17%
            1976: Italy - 34%
            1978: Iceland - 23%
            1979: Spain - 11%
            1979: Mexico - 18%
            1980: Peru - 9%
            1983: Portugal - 19%
            1985: Greece - 12%
            1989: India - 10%
            1994: Nepal - 32%
            1996: Japan - 13%
            1998: Ukraine - 25%
            1999: Russia - 25%
            2001: Cyprus - 34.7%
            2002: Ukraine - 19.98%
            2002: Czech Republic - 20.5%
            2005: Moldova - 45.98%

            Some of these elections would definitely of been rigged, suppressed and the support for communists would of been higher.

            Communists do not look for support in elections, we look for support in Trade Unions and revolutionary committes. For example in Portugal Communists would consistently get less than 20% of the vote, but had the political power to overthrow the fascists through democratic centalism in the Communist controlled trade unions. That's how we get our strength.

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