Facebook photo of a NYC rally. I can’t tell if they are joking or not.
I would be remiss if I didn’t recognize May Day.
May Day is International Worker’s Day, which has its roots in Communism. After the Russian Revolution of 1917, the Veterans of Foreign Wars recognized May Day as Americanization Day in opposition to Communism. There is not much opposition any longer.
In 1949, Americanization day was renamed Loyalty Day. In 1958, Congress officially declared May 1 as Loyalty Day and President Eisenhower proclaimed it Law Day as well.
Labor unions are attached to the day because of its communist roots.
Illegal Latino immigrants, at the prompting of the Labor unions, have taken the day for their cause. May 1, 2006, became the Great American Boycott Day. They demanded amnesty and were joined by socialists, unions, and other leftist groups.
The next year, the day ended with the dispersal of police and rioting immigrants. Big Labor was behind that too – they want the dues!
On May 1, 2008, the Longshore and Warehouse Workers said that no dockworkers would move cargo. It grew violent and unions were accused of violence, threats, and sabotaging property.
May 1 2010 was a big Commie Day with unions and illegal immigrants planning marches throughout the country for the We Are One rallies. We Are One rallies and riots took place in major cities and towns along the west and east coast and in Arizona.
We have unfortunately allowed the illegal immigrants to be consumed by the leftists. Marco Rubio understands that, which is why he desperately wants an immigration bill, though the one he has isn’t very good.
In 2012, Labor and illegal immigrants held their protests in conjunction with the frightening Occupy Wall Street crowd, spending much of the time complaining about the evil rich and promoting Barack Obama’s agenda.
This year, the Occupiers, who are primarily young malcontents and Anarchists, marched for Communism throughout the US. Big Labor marched too.
Check out the Commie May Days throughout the world today on the Washington Post slideshow. It’s a day for rioting and trouble making throughout the world.
I received this from the SEIU today:
We all do it, and we all have certain expectations about it. We expect to be paid. We expect to receive fair treatment. We expect that if we work hard, we’ll have access to greater opportunities and better jobs.
Today, May Day, is a day to honor workers. Thousands of people are coming together to assert that we don’t believe in a “subclass” of workers. We believe that hard working immigrants deserve protection from unscrupulous employers and should not be paid less than minimum wage.
But if we’re not careful, conservative forces could succeed in creating a subclass of workers who are paid and treated differently than the rest of us. How? They want to strike down crucial citizenship provisions in the immigration reform bill that’s currently being debated.
Call Congress today and tell them that you support immigration reform. Tell them you support equal protection and reject second-class status for workers.
Immigration reform supporters are taking to the streets in over 70 events across the country today to remind the Senate that aspiring Americans deserve a path to citizenship. The bill that has been introduced is an encouraging first step, but it is important that the pathway isn’t too long, the fines aren’t too high, and barriers aren’t too steep.
As the Senate debates the content of the bill, it is vital that we let them know we stand behind workers and their families. A pathway to citizenship is a guarantee that everyone will be afforded the same protections and that unscrupulous employers will not be allowed to exploit loopholes to drive down wages.
Do your part and call Congress. Tell your Senator that you stand with your fellow workers and support a clear path to citizenship, with equal protection for all.
Ben Monterroso, Field Director
SEIU Immigrant Justice Campaign