On the Art and the Rot within Socialism's Heart
It is simplistic in style (similar to my own in some ways) but communicates what It sets out to communicate. You've been looking at a lot of soviet era propaganda, right? So you should know that you aren't totally limited to red, yellow, and black.
Try and make your style a bit more powerful. Right now it kind of looks like the kind of clammy graphics that indicate whether a bathroom is for men or women. Look at Frank Miller's work in Sin City (the comic, not the movie) It helped me tremendously with my own style.
How about a white background with black stars in the night sky, or vice versa, instead of featureless, overwhelming black? Or perhaps you could have the sky flash a bright orange when the fireworks go off.
That overwhelming black sky made the one scene with black buildings and a yellow outline look like a crude atari game. Put some details on those buildings. if you want to keep it.
Also, what if you had red objects outlined with gold and gold objects outlined with red? Not for everything, but perhaps for key features to break up the monotony of gold on gold and red on red.
The Socialist blames others for his own failings, rather than striving to overcome them. He reasons that since he is miserable, everyone else should suffer as he does, self-condemmned to the fires of mediocrity.
His weapons are Altruism and Resentment, by which he seeks to make others feel guilty for not severely harming themselves for the sake of others as he has, and attempts to shame them into hurting themselves as he has, when if he would just stop hurting himself he might actually not suffer anymore.
He willfully Ignores the existance people who do not suffer for their charities, who give only what they can, rather than metaphorically martyr themselves for little overall benefit. Claiming to be opressed by the wealthy and successful, the socialist is only oppressed by the socialist. The tragedy is that he means well.
"In the name of the best within you, do not sacrifice this world to those who are its worst. In the name of the values that keep you alive, do not let your vision of man be distorted by the ugly, the cowardly, the mindless in those who have never achieved his title. Do not lose your knowledge that man's proper estate is an upright posture, an intransigent mind and a step that travels unlimited roads. Do not let your fire go out, spark by irreplaceable spark, in the hopeless swamps of the approximate, the not-quite, the not-yet, the not-at-all. Do not let the hero in your soul perish, in lonely frustration for the life you deserved, but have never been able to reach. Check your road and the nature of your battle. The world you desired can be won, it exists, it is real, it is possible, it's yours.." - Ayn Rand
I am not an Objectivist. However, I have a great deal of respect for the individual, an unshakable belief in self-determination (free will) and understand that the state need not have great power and authority over every aspect of people's lives to be effective and perform it's proper functions effectively. The strongest state can arrive in a few minutes, but life and death affairs are typically a matter of seconds.