Talk:Socialist Factions

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Upsurge in Reactionary Factions

Comrades, in addition to the fascist National Socialist Union, now reorganized as Combat 18, there has appeared a Capitalist Liberation Party of Malton, masquerading their pro-class-rule reactionary agenda as freedom. The Black Flag endorses even greater solidarity against these threats to the growing victories of socialism (both state-democratic and libertarian) in Malton. --Fenian 20:37, 16 October 2010 (BST)

Validity of the Factions

Most of those groups are both inactive and have under 5 members. Perhaps they should be put appart? -Certified=InsaneUG 22:31, 11 August 2006 (BST)

Sure, you or I can check their histories to see which ones haven't been touched in three or more months, and haven't had any of their members on their talk pages, and create a third section to list groups we think are inactive, would that make sense? --Luigi Galleani 22:49, 11 August 2006 (BST)

There, done and done. If you want to keep the active anarchist groups categorized apart, you can revert it back to the way I had it before, but I created a separate category for presumably inactive ones. --Luigi Galleani 23:54, 11 August 2006 (BST)

Hey, i did an anrchist template and updated the wikipage... everyone feel free to use it --Madd83MAC 17:38, 15 August 2006 (BST)

someone should look at the necronauts, they say they are anarco-syndicalist. OWL, as well, i've stumbled upon a group called the Tiger Clan, who claim to be socialist yet have an oligarchy ruling it publicly

WHat is up with the inclusion of the Havercroft Militia and the Creedy Guerrilla Raiders? Are they explicitly socialist? I see no evidence of that. --Luigi Galleani M(A)C | M(A)F 19:27, 24 March 2007 (UTC)

CGR claim ties to socialism, hence the template on their group's page, and are open to the UMSF project. As hor Havercroft, it was added by a person (who I am assuming the the leader), who himself holds the socialism template on his user page. Since I didn't notice any evidence indicating they were not socialist, I'm taking their word for it. -Certified=InsaneQuébécois 00:01, 25 March 2007 (UTC)

Easy way to keep track of multiple factions

Category:Socialism generates a quick link to any page that uses the Socialism template. Only thing missing is separating the members from the groups. Anarchists could consider doing the same. -Certified=InsaneUG 03:06, 27 September 2006 (BST)

If you want, I can do the same for the anarchists. -Certified=InsaneUG 19:08, 7 October 2006 (BST)
Well... Category:Anarchism. There ya go anyhow. -Certified=InsaneQuébécois 03:31, 19 October 2006 (BST)
Thanks, and sorry none of ya'll got back to you on that. --Luigi
That's fine. It was easy to do, just wanted to make sure no one would object for whatever reason... -Certified=InsaneQuébécois 23:27, 4 November 2006 (UTC)
Actually, I think it's important to name now-defunct groups for the historical record. --Luigi Galleani M(A)C | M(A)F 06:39, 5 November 2006 (UTC)
I would have agreed, if they still had a wiki page and if someone had a clue about who they actually were. A list isn't much of a historical record if you can't explain what's on the list. We can't even verify if they even were socialist. I mean, when Red Fraction goes defunct, I'm not sure I'd want it to stay on this page, 'cause it's an embarassment, they aren't even socialist. Groups that claim to be socialist for wathever reason but aren't should not be mentionned, in my opinion, and there's no way to know if that's the case or not with the defunct groups. And besides, none of them were really historical. An entry could be made, though, to mention that Malton has a history of small socialist-leaning groups that have appeared here and there but that have not survived the test of time. If you really feel it's important that they be mentionned, they could be put in a different section of the page, that would describe the history of socialism in malton... -Certified=InsaneQuébécois 19:24, 5 November 2006 (UTC)

Area of Influence

The IRA now has established a weak level of influence in Dartside, which they intend to strengthen and spread to the surrounding areas.-Fenian, 10:37 C Wed. May 23, 2007

The IRA disbanded in Dartside, but the Irish Republican Socialist Volunteers are active there. Also, people affiliated with Malton revolution radio are active in Dartside, Heytown, and Foulkes Village. --Fenian 02:34, 29 December 2008 (UTC)

There are no rules that are set in stones when it comes to the colour (I made the template, by, in a way, doing a rip off of the suburb danger map, hence why it uses those templates to code the colours)... So, according to you guys, what should be the standard for "Very Strong" presence? Could be calculated in number of members, groups, but that wouldn't be a perfect system either... -Certified=InsaneQuébécois 01:05, 17 December 2006 (UTC)

Ummm... I linked to the wrong template. Please excuse for that. Scrapped kindly fixed it for me now, the link above the map on the main page should re-direct to the template's page. So if there are any socialist groups out there that operate in a certain region, please edit the map to represent your level of activity in your suburb and mention your group in the edit summary ;) -Certified=InsaneQuébécois 03:43, 18 December 2006 (UTC)


In honor of Capitalism, and general roxxorz of anything anti-red, me and the Super Secret Anti-Lame Malton Robber Barons will PK all socialists/communists/liberals/anarchists/anarcho-communists/angry teenagers with dreadlocks wearing che shirts and listening to Rage Against The Machine/hippies/ so-called "reggae" fans who only like Sublime and Bob Marley. --The Anti-Comunist FaceStomper 15:27, 28 May 2008 (BST)

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