Yeah it’s a pretty ambitious mod. But sure do need some addons to remove your normal plebbit enlightened centrist content.
Also found this pasta.
>The year is 1983, and at long last the world is free.
>It was not the German madness, the insanity in the guise of National pride that brought salvation. It was not the Japanese way, that most imperialistic of anti-imperialist movements. It was not the American’s, the worst of the lot, with their false freedoms and empty words.
>They were lies, all of them. New falsehoods concocted by the same class of bourgeois and capitalist war-baiters who have always used such tools to keep the workers of the world pitted against each other. Divided, so that they might be conquered.
>No, it was something old that brought the world to its destiny. Something old, long thought dead, but risen once more.
>The Proletariat across the world have united, and torn their chains asunder. A 4th Internationale reigns, the continuation of decades of struggle, yet greater than any of its predecessors. From England to India. From a reunited Soviet Union to an at last united Pan-African socialist nation, from Cuba to Iberia, workers to long enslaved and subjugated now stand united.
America grows ever nearer to joining the revolution, its bourgeois ruling class kept in power only by the machinations of its false democracy and the sneaking skulking FBI. Germany and Japan lie prostrate, their Armies defeated by the workers they had once enslaved. Their Fascist overlords have abandoned all pretense of representative leadership, and maintain their rule only by the power of the Atom Bomb.
But the workers of these nations, the last bastions of Fascism and Imperialism should not fear. The Internationale is coming for them. Thanks to the joint effort of members across five continents, the workers of the world will soon have nuclear weapons of their own, enough to annihilate any of the enemies of the revolution. For America’s unique brand of slavery, we do not need them, only our words and truth. They will see our cities rising, are factories churning, the glories of true Communism speeding ever closer. In the third world, Socialism has all but won its century long argument with Capitalism, Labor its even longer fight with capital. The red dawn has come, and mankind gazes into it, hopeful yet unending in its fight for liberation.
>Or has it? While Capitalism and Fascism certainly have fallen out of favor with much of the world, this is more likely due to the weaknesses of those ideologies and not the strength of their replacement. The red flag rises everywhere, but it is not quite the same shade of red. In England it is mocked as rather a “pink” flag that tolerates capitalist degeneracy of all stripes. In Africa it is accompanied with the Black and Green of furiously nationalistic African Socialism, so vibrant in its love of the long suffering black worker that it imprisons and often executes all those who remember their old ethnicities, nationalities, or religions. The revived Soviet Union suffers from the same defects as the first, as workers shuffle from factories that produce unnecessary goods to rickety wooden barracks unendingly. In India, it is the peasants who rule over the small urban worker class, and over one another with the enthusiastic cruelty of the Raoist “Red Guards”. In Iberia, socialism has not yet decided what form it will take, and ranges from the carefully distributed madness of Anarcho-Syndicalism to the heavily concentrated insanity of Autosufencia.
>Despite the bold proclamations of Premiers trying to outdo one another, America is not defeated, no more than any other super powers. Though the Internationale’s propaganda ministry funnels them ever more cash, the LNPP remains stubbornly unable to win either a majority of congress or the presidency. Plenty of workers and peasants still sport German and Japanese weapons as they kill their liberators in the name of their “dead” nationalism.
>The red tide has risen, so high that only nations remain above who defy it. But is it the red of Labor, or that of Blood? Will the decades to come cement the history of the 20th century as the history of Socialism, or will they be the fall to its already occurring decline? Pick your nation, choose your difficulty, and then decide for yourself.
It’s made by libs and Chinese Dengoids, of course it would have some commies=nazis bullshit.