Communists throughout Melbourne have celebrated the introduction of legislation on public displays of the swastika throughout the state.
The Victorian Bolshevik Association hailed the move with tributes to Karl Marx, Leon Trotsky, Stalin and Mao at their headquarters in Caufield. Greens leader Adam Bandt was also in attendance.
“This is a real win for Victoria and a real acknowledgement of who are the undisputed champions of government sanctioned murder,” VBA President Ari Kolotevsky said.
“Those who control the past control the present and it’s a real step in the right direction of progress by banning an ancient Hindu symbol that was used in Europe for 12 years, because .38% of the Australian population claim they are offended.”
“We’re on the verge of another Holodomor and global communism anyway, so this is prescient legislation.”
The ABC and SBS will be airing special tributes to communist massacres worldwide this weekend in response.