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May Day — Why Now?
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May Day

The May Day association with labor is all American, and just as controversial as everything of any consequence in history. The day is tied to a strike for the eight-hour day and the so-called “Haymarket Riot” of 1886. When it comes to “riots” and the Chicago police are involved, you are not going to find a single truth.

The dynamic duo that mucked up the Pledge of Allegiance, Dwight Eisenhower and his Republican Congress, made May 1st both Law Day and Loyalty Day so those Commie working people wouldn’t get any ideas about having rights.


1 Steve Bates { 05.01.11 at 6:16 pm }

Happy International Day of the Worker, Bryan! Good luck finding anyone else who even knows about it…

2 Bryan { 05.01.11 at 10:32 pm }

Well, it was a big day in the Soviet Bloc, the day that the CIA had to admit that “others” were right about the current Soviet weapons systems because they were on display in Moscow. A lot of money changed hands.

You have to study Communism to learn any US labor history, because they damn sure hide it in US schools.