The problem is yours. The results you are getting are far poorer than if you had done it correctly.
You seem to have filled the new areas over the top of the old image -- The antialiasing is perfectly correct, it's just that when you are antialiasing from red to red or black to black, the result is invisible.

This is how it looks when I do it, properly:

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v449/neota/edits/logo.png

I did this by:
* Create a new (white) layer
* Select the red areas
* Selection to path
* Path to selection
* Fill the selection on the new layer with red
* Select the black areas
* Selection to path
* Path to selection
* Fill the selection on the new layer with black.


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