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anti communism stamp
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Published: December 31, 2009
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This time I allowed comments at this stuff. I believe what in this stamp meant. It had killed more people than Nazism.
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hiruoswald's avatar
hiruoswaldEdited |Student Filmographer
The best stamp I´ve ever seen. Llama Emoji-03 (Sparkles) [V1] 
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Grox-12|Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Agree:hug:
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Soukkio's avatar
I am a communist myself but completely understand your opinion.
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scalpinock's avatar
Looks like you forgot half of the hammer's head...
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thelastmochican's avatar
This is not a very good point. Communism only helped yugoslavia.
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KunYKA|Hobbyist General Artist
But now countries of Yugoslavia lives well
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youngbow|Hobbyist General Artist
Then why did it break up then? Something must be wrong with it.
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Yes, after Tito died for a long while it seemed uncertain if the country would stay together or not, for one thing Yugoslavia was several nations with completely different cultures, religions, many of which had been at war for years. During the seventies it was rather stable since there was a new president, but later on Milosevic took Serbia for himself (as a dictator of sorts) and invaded Bosnia and Kosovo. Ultimatley that was was what split the nations up. Nothing to do with the people, just the greed of a few men.
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youngbow|Hobbyist General Artist
I don't think so. Tito was a bully, a dictator and a tyrant who WAS the reason for keeping Yugoslavia together through oppression (just read some info on why YUG broke up). The people? Well, they wanted their OWN countries, their OWN culture and their OWN economies. Most did not want communism. They wanted their own democracies, and in the 90s, they got what they wanted. This should knock some sense into your RED brain.
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:iconimhorrifiedplz: I liked that "ED is nazi" thing to much greater extent than this one.
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RTJDudek|Hobbyist General Artist
Agreed. :thumbsup:
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