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by Marcus Schmöger, 10 May 2002
A small Munich group. They use a black over red per bend sinister flag, in the center a five-pointed star counterchanged. Source: author's own observation, 1st May 2002 demonstration in Munich.
Marcus Schmöger, 10 May 2002
This may be a coincidence, but the same kind of design was used in Brittany by Fulor (Wrath), also an anarcho-communist movement. Fulor used an ermine spot counterchanged instead of a star. Both designs are extremely successful from a purely aesthetical point of view.
Ivan Sache, 11 May 2002
António Martins asked what is the difference between sowjet- and räte-. I assume Rätekommunisten are more bound by the ideas of post-World War One German Communism than by the later happenings in the Soviet Union, thus more Rosa Luxemburg and Workers' Communes, less Lenin and Stalin. This webpage also seems to suggest some degree of agreement with Trotsky.
Ole Andersen, 17 May 2002