May Day Joint statement of communist and workers parties
May Day For Communists Or Mayhem Day For OWS
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America’s unruly children are vowing to take to the streets and shut down some of America’s major cities this May Day.
It is appropriate that the Occupy Wall Street mob should act up and/or act-out on May Day.
May Day is the day set aside as a celebration day for the communists of the world. OWS’s agenda is anchored deeply in socialism and communism so it is only right and proper that they celebrate something/protest this May Day.
This is the day when socialists, communists, labor unions, and that motley pain in the butt, OWS will link arms and demand redistribution of the wealth of the nation’s taxpayers. In other words: “Take from the Makers and give to the Takers.”
Oh, you say, ALL these organizations aren’t socialist and communists! Well, if it walks like a duck, has feathers like a duck, quacks like a duck, has webbed feet like a duck, and carries signs with communist and socialist slogans on them, it takes no stretch of the imagination, at all, to see them for what they really are.
Celebrations of May Day date back to ancient times as early as before Christ. May Day was a celebration of the spring equinox. Worshipers of the Roman goddess Flora began the festive celebration. A log or pole was erected and dancers would cavort around it with flowers in their hair (hippie-like), snack on all sorts of goodies, and … get plastered.
In 1891 something called International Workers Day laid claim to the day. IWD is a celebration of the international labor movement and other assorted left-wing movements.
Americans of my generation remember, quite clearly, those humongous Communist parades in Red Square in Moscow when Joseph Stalin would take his place, alongside other communist dignitaries, atop Lenin’s tomb and watch as the military might of the Soviet Union would tramp and trundle past. It was a display of communist might, which turned out, in the end, to be a façade.
No matter how it began, it is now internationally recognized as a communist/socialist day of celebration.
If you still have doubts then visit “New Workers Features”.
Here you will find a “May Day Joint statement of communist and workers parties.”
In the statement you will find this:
“We demonstrate against capitalist exploitation and imperialist wars.
For the satisfaction of the contemporary needs of the Working class and people!
For the overthrow of the capitalist system.
For working class-people’s power, socialism-communism.”
It rambles on until it finally closes with this:
“We demonstrate everywhere against capitalist exploitation and imperialist wars and interventions at the expense of the peoples. For the right of every people to choose their future without foreign imperialist interventions! Long live the world’s working class! Long live the revolutionary communist worldview, Marxism-Leninism, the scientifically based struggle for the overthrow of the capitalist system in every country, all over the world. This is the way for the peoples to live peacefully, without the barbarity of capitalism, without wars.
WORKERS OF ALL COUNTRIES, UNITE!”
They really need some new material. They’ve been spouting the same old tired propaganda since the Bolshevik Revolution in 1917!
Meantime, back at the gulag, Occupy Wall Street is planning to “ … join scores of labor organizations observing May 1, traditionally recognized as International Workers’ Day. They plan marches from Union Square to Lower Manhattan and a “pop-up occupation” of Bryant Park on Sixth Avenue, across the street from Bank of America’s Corp.’s 55-story tower.” You may read the entire story here.
Ah. It MUST be spring because the streets are filled with blooming idiots.
Workers of the world, we suggest you thank God you have a job and get back to it.