International Parties

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While the Communist International may be an alliance between many different nations, their importance is dwarfed by the significance of their ruling parties. The communist parties of the International meet semi-regularly and help form the international body that helps govern the Comintern as well as the Communist Information Bureau, or Cominform, a public forum and think-tank for International policies. The International is a troika of the Communist International, the International General Union of Anarchists, and the Industrial Workers of the World who work in tandem to promote their shared agenda and serve as a major forum of international discussion.

All parties generally agree on a need to contain the Alliance, the Axis, and Epsilon and potentially force it to heel and turn over to the Comintern, the support of leftist revolutions and parties in non-communist and socialist countries, the defeat of Atomic China, the improvement of living conditions within the comintern through development and free trade within the communist bloc, humanitarian aid in developing parts of the world, and ensuring the health of the community and the world as a whole. The difficulty of course is determining what gets priority and how exactly to pursue these goals.

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Current Members

Union of Soviet Socialist Republics

Communist Party of the Soviet Union

((Leninist Party party))

Radical Syndicalist League

((DeLeonist Party))

Green Libertarian Alliance

((Far-left Green party))

Soviet Popular Front

((Ultra-Hawkish Frunzeite party))

Peasant's United Front

((Agrarian Christian Socialist Party))

United Kadets

((Neo-Kerenskyist party))

Association of Jewish Soviets

((A party that primarily focuses on the issues of the Soviet Union's large Jewish population))

Islamic Union

((An Islamic-Soviet issues oriented party that posits that Socialism and Islam are not only compatible but Socialism is the most Islamic of systems, spawned many similar parties in other Muslim countries or countries with large Muslim minorities.))

Union of American Socialist Republics

It was America that brought about the trend of multiparty communist states as a means of both legitimizing their rule and to give a place for differing tendencies within the new American Republic. The first parties were the Democratic Farmer Labor Party and the Socialist Labor Party, who generally represented Agrarian and Urban socialists respectively. Working together to earn an electoral victory in 1932 for both the legislature and the presidency; they came into power as a coalition government with the Kautskyist Democratic-Republican Party made from progressive republicans and many independents and democrats (those democrats who did not defect to the DFLP or form the true democrats). With the SLP renaming itself the Communist Worker's Party and then the Communist Unity Party, after the second world war the big tent nature of the party lead it to divide into the Centralist, more culturally conservative Progressive Labor Party and the pro-second cultural revolution, pro-participatory Liberation Party.

Today America's biggest parties are the governing Liberation Party which works in coalition with the Social Ecology Union party; a Red-Green party and the newest major party in American politics. The Democratic Farmer Labor Party accepts Liberation's economic policies (as opposed to the Communist Unity Party's centralist nature) but maintains a more moralistic, Christian influenced view of culture. The Democratic-Republican Party continues to be the party of Social Democracy and general "internal affairs before foreign adventures", the Communist Unity Party is perhaps the most Leninist of the parties, and the True Democrat Party has gone from a right-wing democrat party into being a "Social Labor" party; though it remains the party of eternal loyal opposition.

Worker's communist Party of America (Split into LCP and CLP)

Liberation Communist Party of America

Communist Labour Party

((The most "Soviet" of the American parties, the Communist Unity Party is equally skeptical of market socialism and paraeconomics and favors central planning, and was formed from the centralist faction of the Communist Worker's party that lead America from the revolution until after WW2 when the party split into the Liberation Communist Party and the Communist Labour Party. It tends to have a more reserved attitude towards cultural shifts and foreign adventures.))

Social Ecology Union

The youngest of America's big six parties and the primary backer for the Generation of Gaea; a force created to counter Technocratic biotechnology and mobilize the youth of the world; the Social Ecology Union is is a strong force for green politics and a pusher for the second and third cultural revolutiosn. Sharing an opinion with other parties in America and the wider comintern that legal equality for the disadvantaged is not enough; but cultural equality must also be sought and taking up the cause of all manner of identity politics and environmentalism, the Social Ecology Union is perhaps the most leftist party in America that isn't an outright anarchist group.

While officially in favour of peace with the Alliance, the SEU is supportive of radical green and red movements in enemy territories and has been a major architect in the spreading of the Generation around the world. Also a key contributor to the UASR's health programs meant to make healthy living accessible to all with affordable healthy food, the construction of public community centers, and the promotion of sports; the SEU polls most strongly with young people and scientists and finds its strongest support from the American west coast.

Culturally, the SEU has been thought of as hedonistic at times by the more culturally conservative Communist Unity Party, DFLP, and the True Democrats with its promotion of free love, the acceptance of virtually all form of recreational drugs (once made safe of course), positions regarding man and animal, and disagreement with the concept of nudity taboos among other positions that have helped make it *the* party of the second cultural revolution. Its often Neopagan or Gaea worshipping base can be considered rather odd to the staunchly materialistic CUP and the Christian dominated DFLP and True Democrats.

Democratic Farmer Labor Party

((Descended from Christian Socialist, Agrarian Socialist, and Leftist-Democrat policies. The party of Lyndon Baines Johnson and others. Quite hawkish and strongly against the Alliance; a bit more conservative on Social issues than the Liberation Party and focuses more on rural issues))

Democratic Republican Party

The Democratic Republican party was born from a hurried alliance of progressive republicans who had managed to push their party into being an Ersatz Right-Social Democrat party; albeit too late to avoid the depression, and the Centrist Democrats whom had opposed the putsch. Though they at first struggled to find a place in the new America, William F Knox came to the party's salvation and decided to drastically overhaul the party in the image of Abraham Lincoln; a beloved figure in America who had criticized Capitalism in his day. He'd fully push the party towards Social Democracy and became a champion of the co-operative economic model, where the workers would be the ones in charge of the enterprise of America. Co-operative companies would compete in a regulated sphere, with each worker being considered a voting owner of their companies so as to "provide for a competitive spirit of ingenuity and enterprise, but also ensure that our workers are never removed from the gains they produce and are never not their own masters." The Democratic Republican Party was also a loud voice in favor of free trade blocs in the Communist International to enrich all nations of the communist international. These rehauls helped save the party and make it a major force in American politics, and while the Democratic Republican Party was in favor of peace; it remained firmly committed to the struggle against the Alliance throughout the world wars.


African National Congress of America

((African American issue oriented party, very hawkish with regards to Africa and loudly pro-African Worker's Organization, generally runs as a partner of Liberation))

Revolutionary ROTC Youth League

Native American People's League

((A Native American issues party that generally aligns closest to the Social Ecology Union, and enjoys widespread support in the native american autonomous socialist republics formed out of expanded versions of the old reservations))

Asiatic Council

Jewish American Labor Bund

((A party that primarily focuses on the issues and viewpoints of America's large Jewish population, generally a partner of Liberation; the JALB is especially vocal in its opinion that Eastern Europe should be defended by American arms))

Korean Socialist Republic

Revolutionary Internationalist Party of Korea

Union of Mexican Socialist Republics

Mexican Worker's Alliance

Worker's Republic of Czechoslovakia

Czech People's Party

Socialist Federation of China

Guomindang

((Bogdanovist party))

Communist Party of China

((Debsist-Council Communist Party))

Toilers of the East People's League

((Leninist party))

International Workers Party of China

((Debsist-Trotskyist party))

Social Democratic Progressive Front

((Kautskyist Social Democratic Party))

Union for a New China

((Militant Green party))

Islamic Union

((Islamic issues party))

Revolutionary Committee of the Kuomintang

((Remnants of the KMT.)) ((Three Principles of the People))

Bulgarian Democratic Republic

Bulgarian Communist Party (BKP)

The party of near perpetual governance since the Fatherland Front revolution in 1944, the BKP is home to your bog standard central planner Leninists with small but vocal Left Communist and Christian Socialist factions, it has remained the largest party in the People's Assembly of Soviets, governing usually with support from either the BZNS or the NDKE, both of which try to push for economic decentralization with mixed success. It is centrist by Comintern standards on economic and social issues.

Bulgarian Agrarian People's Union (BZNS)

A staple of Bulgarian politics since before the revolution, the BZNS consists of Agrarian Socialists and Mutualists and is considered the right-wing opposition to the BKP on social issues and it is known for it's endorsement of limited property relations when it comes to farming, promoting individual farming in small private plots of land over large-scale farming collectives.

Thracian Ecological Alliance (TES)

National Movement for Co-Operative Economy (NDKE)

Baltic Soviet Federation

Soviet Republic of Finland

Hungarian Soviet Republic

People's Republic of Poland

Federal Republics of Yugoslavia

Democratic Union of Greece

Democratic Republic of Iran

Democratic Republic of Iraq

Council Socialist Republics of Turkey

Worker's and Farmer's Republic of Syria

Lebanese Council Socialist Union

Socialist Federal Republic of West Africa

Council Socialist Republic of Cispalestine

Federal Socialist Union of Kurdistan

Federal Socialist Republic of Greater Zaire

Angolan Socialist Republic

People's Republic of Indochina

Federation of Central American Soviet Republics

Somalian Soviet Republic

Socialist Union of Ethiopia

Democratic Republic of Eritea

Democratic Republic of Angola

Mongolian Soviet Republic

Mongolian People's Revolutionary Party

Socialist Republic of Romania

Cyberbolivaran Federation of Socialist Republics

The Cyberbolivaran Federation has been something of a special case in the Comintern since day one, being governed by a Unidad Popular; a pan-leftist front in the Federation that unites revolutionary communists, reformist socialists, left wing populists, left wing nationalists and more under a single banner. Over the years of unity under the federation, the Unidad popular's parties have blended together along their party lines; communists uniting with other communists of their tendency, populists with other populists, and so on so forth.

Unidad Popular

An alliance of various leftist groups ranging from justicalists to left wing christian democrats to communists to greens to labour parties, the Unidad Popular is (WIP)

Solar Empire of Japan

Japan's defeat in the Third World War has lead to it inhabiting a strange limbo between its own Third Axis bloc with the Guardians of Monarchy, the Inclusive, the Pan-Africans, and other allies and greater integration with the Communist International. Currently being governed by the Communist Party, the Empire's strong monarchism has proven to be a source of friction as the militarists, imperialists, and traditionalists in the armed forces, nobility, and zaibatsu oppose the leftists, reformists, and transhumanists who have come to dominate the civilian government as well as academia and labour forces.

Japanese Communist Party

Imperial Justice Party

Imperial Cyberneticist League

Democratic Cetacean's Pods

Cetacean Socialist Unity Party

((Split between pro-UASR faction led by Comrade Corky & pro-USSR faction led by Comrade Kasatka))

Stateless Parties

Some Parties are not the ruling parties or parts of ruling coalitions of a state and are from non-socialist countries, but they still send delegates to attend the international, even if their influence can be hampered due to being dependent on the parties that do have state apparatuses behind them. Other parties come from nations whose statehood is being contested, sometimes between members of the Comintern itself.

Ireland United

The political party backing the Phoenix Front (or some would say the Phoenix Front backed party) in Ireland, Ireland United draws on a long, proud tradition of Anti-British Irish leftism (WIP)

International Worker's Party of Great Britain

French Internationalist Front

CNT-FAI

Brazilian Communist Party

Left-National Front of Cuba

African National Congress (South Africa)

Moroccan Worker's Soviets

Thai People's Liberation front

Revolutionary International Party of Australasia

Nepalese Revolutionary Party

Communist Party of Germany

Communist Party of Italy

Left Front of India

Democratic Alliance of the Philippines

Tuvan People's Revolutionary Party

Manchu Red Banner Party

Party of Labour of Albania

Non-Socialist Parties in Comintern Nations

Non-Socialist parties of course exist throughout the Comintern, though many are rather small and stunted, others seem to exist in a permanent status of being a loyal opposition party; exceeded in size by other socialist parties, and a handful have managed to become the dominant opposition party in some countries. These parties walk something of a tight rope as the gap between statuses like "loyal opposition" and "designated traitor" and being seen as criminally colluding with enemies like the Alliance or Empire can be crossed rather easily. The breadth of opposition to the socialist status quo in the comintern can vary from those who in their own words "would throw the bathwater of unneeded collectivism but keep the baby of progress and humaneness" in the support of allowance for highly regulated individual capitalism and a move away from the co-ops, public industries, and democratic management of SPAM facilities that dominate the current comintern economy to a full return to a free market system and severe cuts to welfare and restrictions on "hedonistic social excess" in culture, to those who really do want to return to the norms of the bygone victorian era.

UASR

True Democrat Party

True Democrat Party

The largest of the anti-socialist parties in America, which isn't saying particularly much especially for a dying party, the True Democrat Party is quite small; though large enough to receive campaign infrastructure from the government; and was very closely monitored by the Secreteriat of Public Safety throughout the Interwar era as many used the party to try and support resistance campaigns against the red government before the party's above ground leadership decided to quash them for the sake of electability. Born of the right wing "bourbon" democrats and rightist republicans and third partyists who saw MacArthur's attempted Putsch against the elected Communist Workers' Party as illegitimate with John Nance Garner as its first secretary general; the True Democrat Party has had to recast its image.

Deciding to divorce itself from a vision of the America that was, admitting it was a land rife with racism, inequality, imperialistic ventures against neighboring countries, and corruption; the True Democrat Party has instead adopted the idea of "Soft Social Democracy". Trying to meet the social appeal of the socialist parties at least part way with an embracing of "progressive values and anti-bigotry" and advocating a strong welfare state and a firmly regulated capitalist economy that will allow for "greater individual freedom without opening the door to the old tyranny" as well as a policy of continued wariness vis a vis the UASR's foreign enemies; but also advocating some measure of detente with them.

The current party leader, Gerald Ford, is trying to focus on local commune elections rather than Nation-wide elections to try and provide test beds for the party's ideals and stem the rather rapid death the party has suffered that has seen it lose most of its seats over the years. So far all he's managed to do is hold onto the last seat it has in the All Union Congress of the Soviets.

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