Today marks the annual tradition of celebrating the rights of workers, or so you think. But actually, it is about the socialists and communists as well as other leaf-leaning organizations and people parading in the streets. In fact, the May Day annual celebration has all to do with communism and socialism, as it was founded as a day by those types of organizations to celebrate what seemed to be due to the mentality of claiming police brutality. As a matter of fact, that is why it was founded, because of some bomb exploding five years earlier (around 1886), but that is not the reason, as the real reason that was claimed was that police killed protesters.
In 1891, the Second International, a worldwide socialist and communist parties organization, chose May 1 as a day to march for workers’ rights to commemorate a demonstration that had taken place in Chicago five years earlier. What became known as the Haymarket Affair began as a protest for an eight-hour workday that turned violent when a bomb went off killing police officers who were monitoring the gathering. After the bomb exploded, police began shooting into the crowd of protesters, killing four. The Second International declared May Day a date of remembrance for the protesters who were killed, blaming the police for attacking what they said was a peaceful protest.
And then, you have this statement:
A few minutes after ten o’clock on the night of May 4, 1886, a storm began to blow up in Chicago. As the first drops of rain fell, a crowd in Haymarket Square, in the packing house district, began to break up. At eight o’clock there had been 3,000 persons on hand, listening to anarchists denounce the brutality of the police and demand the eight-hour day, but by ten there were only a few hundred. The mayor, who had waited around in expectation of trouble, went home, and went to bed. The last speaker was finishing his talk when a delegation of 180 policemen marched from the station a block away to break up what remained of the meeting. They stopped a short distance from the speaker’s wagon. As a captain ordered the meeting to disperse, and the speaker cried out that it was a peaceable gathering, a bomb exploded in the police ranks. It wounded 67 policemen, of whom seven died. The police opened fire, killing several men and wounding 200, and the Haymarket Tragedy became a part of U. S. history.
There you have it, evidence again that the fascists, also who believe in anarchism, which promotes and practices terrorism and violence, hate the police. Where have we seen this displayed before, oh, I know, during the demonstrations, riots, and protests from members of Black Lives Matter, Hands Up Don’t Shoot, No Justice No Peace, and other far left people and organizations.This day of protesting and simply parading in the streets has always been about socialism and communism, and this year it was about the left supporting illegal immigration and open borders. Clearly, it is support for something that cannot work in society, as this Utopian society theory is extremely flawed, but they still want to disrupt capitalism because they think they are more important than anyone else. In fact, they are equal to everyone.
Well, the first of May has come and gone, but it still is part of supporting the Vanguard demanded by Lenin.
The Bloody Story of How May Day Became a Holiday for Workers
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