If you write three red banners on google you will get information about China’s ideological slogan prominent in the Chinese political scene of the 1950s that have people all in a kerfuffle as well.
The “Three Red Banners” also called the “Three Red Flags,” consisted of General Line for socialist construction, the Great Leap Forward and the people’s communes.
After the first Five-Year Plan, the People’s Republic of China continued its socialist construction by introducing the “Three Red Banners Movement”. General Line directed the Chinese people to “go all out, aim high, and build socialism with greater, faster, better, and more economical results.” By the end of 1958, nearly all Chinese peasants had been organized into communes averaging 5000 households each. All privately owned property was taken for or contributed to the communes and people were not allowed to cook their own food and instead ate in communal dining halls. The Great Leap Forward, begun in 1958, was a campaign to rapidly modernize by using China’s vast labor resources in agricultural and industrial projects. The Leap instead resulted in economic destruction and tens of millions of famine deaths, and had been mostly abandoned by early 1962. Membership in communes was gradually reduced in the early 1960s, with some private property ownership and enterprise again being allowed. The communes continued until being dismantled in the early 1980s under Deng Xiaoping.
Now people seem to find a similarity between Biden/Harris logo and the three red banners from China.
Officially the logo was designed by PR firm Mekanism, which states: “By incorporating nods to the American flag, this logo is a representation of Biden’s investment in America. The 3 stripes represent the branches of government and the strength of unity with Biden.”
“The logo also nods to the familiarity of the Obama ‘O’ where 3 stripes are seen.”
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