Red December is a Militant Pacifist organisation, and is one of the few such organisations which attacks widespread weaponry and not just particular fields of weaponry. It is then further characterised by its far-left ideology, and is interpreted by some to be a Soviet underground group. It was formed sometime in 1954 at the end of the Korean War.

History behind the name

According to its founding members, "Red December" is in reference to the 1941 December attacks by Albert Einstein and Edgar Taylor which signalled the start of Militant Pacifism as a recognised Ideology. The "Red" comes from their "obvious" far-left political leanings.

Legal Status in 2009

Red December is banned by UN member states in the United States and Imperial Japan spheres of influence.

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