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Welcome to Communpedia, the communist encyclopedia! Anyone can edit and add content, with a very few restrictions:

Contributions must not be offensive, racist, nationalistic, or libelous, etc. Information should reflect a Common point of view, and not the perspective of a single variant of communism/socialism. No propaganda allowed, only facts. Controversial information added to articles must be referenced, linking to websites or books.

We look forward to granting all active users Administrator abilities, and, as of October this has been achieved.

This is a free encyclopedia to which anyone can contribute, so no pages should remain protected for more than 3 months.

Blocking policy

Users who write propaganda or blank/insert nonsense into pages might get blocked. We support equality and information, not western, eastern, or any kind of propaganda.

Website administration

Currently, there aren't enough editors at Communpedia. After you write or significantly improve at least two articles that meet our standards, you will automatically be able to become a sysop. Go to Communpedia:Requests for adminship. Anyone can become an admin. So, you can help our community grow and spread knowledge to the world.

Classified information

It is unwise for anyone who may potentially fall within the jurisdiction of United States courts to publish information which violates the Intelligence Identities Protection Act Wp→[1] or the Espionage Act of 1917 Wp→ or similar laws of any state. There is no need here for accurate, up-to-date, detailed information regarding the nefarious activities of the capitalist dictatorship; they are up to no good; they lie about it; and everyone knows it. Publishing documented details about current operations will only create legal trouble for you and us.


  1. For example, if you obtain the name and home address of a guard at the local U.S. embassy, or the CIA station chief, don't publish it here.