May Day! May Day! May Day!

Today the Marxists celebrate May Day … synonymous with International Workers’ Day, the commemoration of the 1886 Haymarket “Massacre” in Chicago (Obama’s kind of town). 

Be on the lookout for Alinsky radicals trying to sabotage our country. They are dangerous, and may be armed with signs like this:
si-se-puede-che

“Yes, We Can!” –> “¡Sí se puede!” –> Alinsky Radicals –> Lucifer

Obama: “I remember May Day”

The Vetting, Part I: Barack’s Love Song To Alinsky

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14 Responses to May Day! May Day! May Day!

  1. sccituate_tgr says:

    RedPill:

    I’m posting this link for you – although I know it is OT – I looked for a “contact me” but to no avail. The article at MM and the link I’m referencing were posted yesterday. I know you follow the BO’s lack-of-showing-a-birth-certificate issue, and the linked article (posted April 15th) is interesting.

    Thank you for keeping up the good fight…s_tgr.

    MM: “Defining domestic extremism”
    ——–
    On May 1st, 2009 at 8:32 pm, Ragspierre said: / Post #53

    http://www.renewamerica.us/columns/mcgrew/090415

    I ONLY cite to that site (say that fast five times…) as a “think piece”. I have not researched the assertions in it, but I DO find them interesting….
    ——–

  2. s_tgr,

    Thanks for your comment. Leo Donofrio has also written about Grand Juries and “Quo Warranto”. His blog is http://naturalborncitizen.wordpress.com/ .

    I just find it amazing that our Senators and Representatives did not do due dilligence and at a minimum ask to see an official birth certificate delivered in a sealed envelope directly from the State of Hawaii (just like is done for the certificate of the Electoral College voting results). It is amazing that they “outsourced” this responsibility to Annenberg Political Fact Check and the Associated Press, both of whom made demonstrably false statements.

    I believe we have a usurper, a communist revolutionary, a domestic enemy, acting as President and Commander-in-Chief of our entire military.

  3. Frin says:

    Mr Pill,

    From http://www.ritholtz.com/blog/2009/05/us-vs-europe-who-is-the-welfare-state/

    Today is May Day, and while International Workers’ Day (Labour Day in the UK), means little in the USA, its a big holiday in Europe. Banks and markets are closed on the continent, (England celebrates on Monday).

    Speaking with Mike Panzner this morning (his clients are mostly Europeans) made me think about this: Which region is the true Socialist state?

    -Europe has cradle to grave health care plans, generous unemployment benefits, and free or subsidized college costs.

    -The US gives away public assets (oil, gas, mineral rights) for pennies on the dollar, has huge subsidies and tax breaks, and bails out reckless speculators.

    It turns out that both regions are welfare states — only in Europe, the natural population (i.e., people) is the recipient, while in the US, the corporate population is the beneficiary.

    Food for thought . . .”

  4. <sarcasm>

    Ah, yes… those evil corporate imperialists are the real problem, and the answer is first socialism and then communism…

    </sarcasm>

    Founded in Chicago in 1919, the Communist Party of the United States has an outstanding history in the struggles for peace, democratic rights, racial and gender equality, economic justice, union organization, and international solidarity. Our Party is organized on the principle of democratic centralism, combining maximum democratic discussion and decision-making with maximum unity of will and action, ensuring our ability to play a strong organizing role in the class struggle. We focus our efforts on increasing our ability to organize millions into struggle, fighting anti-communism as a divisive weapon of the capitalist class. With Marxism-Leninism guiding our actions, the Communist Party strives to build the broadest unity against global capitalist imperialism now headed by U.S. imperialism, for immediate gains and reforms that benefit working people, and for a progressive democratization of the government, the economy, and society of our country on the road to and after winning socialism.

    With pride in our past and confidence in our future, we hereby establish this Constitution of the Communist Party of the United States America.

    The goal of socialism is communism.

    -Vladimir Lenin

  5. Frin says:

    Mr Pill,

    Capitalism has just worked out so well in the last few years hasn’t it?

  6. Yes, Capitalism has worked out just fine.

    It’s the Socialism of the last 2+ years that hasn’t worked out so well.

    I opposed the socialist prescription drug program and I opposed the socialist TARP. People who voted for “Change” didn’t get “Change”, they got multiple times more of what they didn’t want in the first place!

  7. Frin says:

    Mr Pill,

    What socialism do you speak of? TARP was required because unregulated capitalism that had ruled for significantly more than the last 2 years has failed miserably. Even Greenspan admitted it.

    “I made a mistake in presuming that the self-interests of organizations, specifically banks and others, were such as that they were best capable of protecting their own shareholders and their equity in the firms.”

    And you do realise that its possible to support programs such as nationlized health care without being a full blown socialist, right? That some people believe there is room for a compromise between laissez-faire capitalism and complete socialism?

  8. TARP was required because unregulated capitalism that had ruled for significantly more than the last 2 years has failed miserably.

    False. We were told TARP was required because of the failure of two government-sponsored enterprises (GSEs), Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, and the damage they caused to mainstream financial markets. However, TARP did not fix the root cause problem.

    The root cause problem was the Community Reinvestment Act signed by President Carter and made more aggressive by President Clinton. Organizations like ACORN threatened lawsuits in order to force more mortgages extended to people who could not afford them. Fannie and Freddie created the subprime crisis, and pushed it into mainstream financial markets.

    Watch this video:

    Who was part of the problem? Who tried to be part of the solution, but was blocked by the other party?

    TARP was and is a scam. It is unconstitutional in the powers it gave to the Secretary of the Treasury. Obama voted in favor of TARP as a Senator (as did McCain, while Governor Mike Huckabee was publicly and adamantly against it), and Obama asked President Bush to request the release of the second half of the funds. Bush got the blame, Obama got the money. And much of that money has not been accounted for, although most of it is gone.

    And as for Greenspan, the Federal Reserve is a major, major part of the problem. They are neither Federal, nor a Reserve. They are private bankers who are defrauding the citizens of this country.

    And before you go on about nationlized health care, watch this:

  9. Or, how about this:

  10. Happy May Day to working people everywhere from the Communist Party USA!

    Larger and larger sections of the labor movement and the immigrant rights movement in the United States have embraced May Day as a day of struggle for workers rights and of celebration of the contribution of all workers: men and women, gay and straight, every race, language, religion or nationality.

    We join with all struggling people around the world in celebrating May Day and continuing the fight for a better world.

    Reclaiming the May Day tradition: “Through unity we find our strength”
    Labor on the road to unity

  11. Pingback: 90 Years of Communist Party History in Images « I Took The Red Pill (and escaped the Matrix)

  12. Video: Democrats insist “nothing wrong” at Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac in 2004
    posted at 9:50 am on September 29, 2008 by Ed Morrissey

    Ed comments on that same video…

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