Opium ought not to be grown in the east I think
Scratch that - maybe it can only be grown by the Church and Federal Agencies, to keep it from being used as a narcotic.Changed
The middle of the west is largelyy tribal hunter-gatherers, shepherds and camel-jockeys that fall under the sphere of influence of one power or another. Groups include the Nevadans. the Beelem, the tribes of the Jeffsin Marches, and the Hilljacks (Mormons outside of Salt Lake's direct control).what's happening in the middle of the west and east and the Canadian prairies?
- Having the hammer and sickle be the totemic symbol of Birmingham would be simpler.
- I like the combination of Old Union imagery, Confederate Grey, and the hammer and sickle. Makes sense that it’d be a symbol of liberation and freedom stripped of pre-regression Communist baggage.
Birmingham would probably be a hammer and pick. And maybe an anvil.
This is the flag of Montgomery without the laurel. I'll probably change the hammer and sickle to a cross or something. But yea, the sickle and hammer does a great job of representing the peasant. Which is probably why the Soviets chose it.
The current totemic symbol feels like two totemic symbols co-mingling. Having it be the hammer and sickle/pick alone would be simpler.
Exactly. If it doesn’t work in Montgomery the hammer and sickle could work elsewhere. Some peasant’s republic in Appalachia could use it. The nearly thousand years would mean that it’s been divorced from any negativity regarding communism.
I definitely like that new flag best. The stars keep the middle stripe from feeling too empty and the flipped halberds make the flag feel more balanced than having them both point up.
I was just thinking that smaller states could have more Marxist-leaning ideologies because they don’t have the power bases of countries like Ohio or Mississippi. They’re also in much more precarious situation than those countries. So the leaders might have more reason to be concerned of the issues the peasants deal with. This “Medieval Marxism” could be in places that were more left-leaning in pre-regression days.