{ACP} Introduction to the Australian Communist Party

Day 2,657, 15:40 Published in Australia Peru by Bank of Rusty D

Australian Communist Party

Communism: Noun; a theory or system of social organization based on the holding of all property in common, actual ownership being ascribed to the community as a whole or to the state.

Hello fellow Australians,

Today sees the launch of a new political party in Australia. With this launch you will soon see grow a new way of looking at the political landscape, a new choice in politics and a dawn of a new era in Australia.

First let me tell you about the Australian Communist Parties...

About Us

An introduction to the Communist Party of Australia

Why we exist; the ideas we believe in

The Communist Party of Australia believes there is a way to overcome Australia's economic and social problems. To do this it is necessary to change the direction of politics in Australia and, eventually, to replace the capitalist system with a socialist one.

The Communist Party is a party of activists who share the same common belief in the desire to better Australia. We come from all walks of life in the RL, but we bind together here at the ACP to try and allow for the growth of eAustralia.

The members of the CPA will work to eliminate unemployment, poverty, injustice, racism and war. Both on the political scene and in the forums and threads.

We work for a society in which publicly owned enterprises will play the major role in the economy. We strongly believe in the government helping out the little people, providing jobs, food and weapons when needed.

We encourage the participation of people in democratic decision making and management.

We want a society in which all people are treated equally and with dignity.

We believe that the needs of the people should be put first and not the wealth and profits of private corporations.

We strive to develop the Communist Party into a party capable of helping to educate, organise, unite and fight together with all the left, progressive and democratic political forces in building a broad people's movement with the working class as its core.

Many demands have been won in the past and we believe much more can be achieved by a movement which is united and determined to stand up for what is right.

The work of Party members and the Party's policies are guided by a set of ideas which are called Marxism-Leninism.

We will support all citizens of eAustralia, whether they are new to the game or 5 year veterans. We believe in helping them grow by supporting them in their times of need. The Communist Party of Australia is on their side.

The CPA has comprehensive policies on most issues. We are happy to discuss them with you at any time.

Current Plans

While the ACP has grand plans for the future, we do realise we are new to the political scene. So in this regard, we plan on taking our time to grow, to reach out to the population, to sow the seeds of a new way of thinking.

Our current plan is to hopefully put a candidate forward for election with-in 6 months. However during this 6 months, we will be running for Congress and also talking with the major parties on the sidelines about our vision and our ideas for eAustralia.


Many of you might be asking yourselves 'Why is Rusty D starting his own party?' as some of you might or might know, I was the PP for the Australian Democratic Party and also CP of Australia. I could of, if I wanted too, steered the ADP into the direction I wanted, however I look at the ADP as one of the bedrocks of Australian political scene. I would never in my right mind want to PTO it and use it for my own beliefs.

While I was in charge of the ADP and continuing into my role as CP, I tried to introduce many civilian assistance programs. Whether it be eHECS, eFarming, Cash for Articles or the like. All these assistance programs bear the closeness to the State providing for it's peoples, hence the desire to set up the ACP, to allow me have a platform to conduct future assistance programs and to hopefully shape the Australian government into more of a Government for the people.

Final Thoughts

I will leave you with one of the worst quotes in modern history:

"ask not what your country can do for you, ask what you can do for your country." - John F Kennedy

Citizens of eAustralia, you are not here to serve your country, your country is here to serve you!

Rusty D
Loyal citizen of eAust.
Party President Australian Communist Party

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