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C'mon, fellas, can't you just take this for what it is? Shameless attention-whoring?

Also, we've clawed our way into the top forty alliances in terms of NS, which is not amazing in itself but is something we haven't done before.

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To my former CPCN comrades and those who joined us from the Socialistic Empire and The Righteous Fist, I'm happy to have been there with you to raise the red banner high over the Orange sphere and, indeed, the whole of Bob, setting the Mastabo-Gelibolist tendency of "Socialism in One Alliance" in motion. Over time, the Revolution has adapted to, and overcome, many obstacles set in front of the workers - both external and internal - and this sustained growth that we are gathering here to bear witness to has invigorated the masses to rally and carry the banner forward.

In the dark days when Leftist infighting was isolating and crippling our enclaves in the old days following the demise of the first ICP and other strong Leftist alliances (with the notable exception of the LSF), the International was but a distant dream that the cynics (myself included) swore could never happen. Irreconcilable differences between extreme tendencies of the Left nearly led, on many occasions, to full-blown war between the Anarchists and other anti-authoritarians, represented mainly by the LSF, and those who sought a Socialist community governed by an iron fist of party-aligned discipline and centralism. As time went on, it became necessary to develop an entity that could bridge this gap. With this in mind, the members of the LSF who were dissatisfied with the Libertarian tendency joined together to form the CPCN that would eventually serve as a key element in facilitating a spirit of solidarity in our community, with INT as the culmination of those efforts.

We've all come a long way, comrades. Let's keep the joints rolling and the banners raised as high as we are.

Vive de la Internationale!

Socialismo o Muerte!

o7

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To my former CPCN comrades and those who joined us from the Socialistic Empire and The Righteous Fist, I'm happy to have been there with you to raise the red banner high over the Orange sphere and, indeed, the whole of Bob, setting the Mastabo-Gelibolist tendency of "Socialism in One Alliance" in motion. Over time, the Revolution has adapted to, and overcome, many obstacles set in front of the workers - both external and internal - and this sustained growth that we are gathering here to bear witness to has invigorated the masses to rally and carry the banner forward.

In the dark days when Leftist infighting was isolating and crippling our enclaves in the old days following the demise of the first ICP and other strong Leftist alliances (with the notable exception of the LSF), the International was but a distant dream that the cynics (myself included) swore could never happen. Irreconcilable differences between extreme tendencies of the Left nearly led, on many occasions, to full-blown war between the Anarchists and other anti-authoritarians, represented mainly by the LSF, and those who sought a Socialist community governed by an iron fist of party-aligned discipline and centralism. As time went on, it became necessary to develop an entity that could bridge this gap. With this in mind, the members of the LSF who were dissatisfied with the Libertarian tendency joined together to form the CPCN that would eventually serve as a key element in facilitating a spirit of solidarity in our community, with INT as the culmination of those efforts.

We've all come a long way, comrades. Let's keep the joints rolling and the banners raised as high as we are.

Vive de la Internationale!

Socialismo o Muerte!

o7

Aww, shooks M-S :wub:

You made me blush.

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In the dark days when Leftist infighting was isolating and crippling our enclaves in the old days following the demise of the first ICP and other strong Leftist alliances (with the notable exception of the LSF), the International was but a distant dream that the cynics (myself included) swore could never happen. Irreconcilable differences between extreme tendencies of the Left nearly led, on many occasions, to full-blown war between the Anarchists and other anti-authoritarians, represented mainly by the LSF, and those who sought a Socialist community governed by an iron fist of party-aligned discipline and centralism. As time went on, it became necessary to develop an entity that could bridge this gap. With this in mind, the members of the LSF who were dissatisfied with the Libertarian tendency joined together to form the CPCN that would eventually serve as a key element in facilitating a spirit of solidarity in our community, with INT as the culmination of those efforts.

Indeed in my time in the ICP and CPCN i would never have thought it possible to see the unity encompassed within the International come to pass, i for one will toke a phat one in the commies honour :D

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