Tuesday, May 1, 2012

May Day Post

Mac OS used a bomb image similar to the Haymarket bomb
The Festivus of Communists and other Socialists is today.  I'll be adding to it as the day wears on.  In true commie fashion, the roots of May Day are not from May 1st, but from May 4th when a group of "anarchists" (socialists under a different name) tossed an iron cased dynamite bomb into a Chicago crowd.  Those who call it the "Haymarket affair" are typically socialists. Those who call it the Haymarket massacre or riot are describing it properly.  Every stripe of socialist views the event as a triumph of "workers" over evil employers.

Related: About That New Obama Slogan

By Michael Walsh
April 30, 2012 3:17 P.M.

Forward,” that is. I knew that sounded awfully familiar. From Wikipedia:

Vorwärts (“Forward”) was the central organ of the Social Democratic Party of Germany published daily in Berlin from 1891 to 1933 by decision of the party’s Halle Congress, as the successor of Berliner Volksblatt, founded in 1884.

Friedrich Engels and Kurt Tucholsky both wrote for Vorwärts. It backed the Russian Marxist economists and then, after the split in the Party, the Mensheviks. It published articles by Leon Trotsky, but would not publish any by Vladimir Lenin. . .

Vorwaerts lives on today as the house organ of Germany’s leftist SPD; you can read all about its illustrious history here (in German).

And if you don’t think David Axelrod doesn’t know this, you really ought to think again.
Okay, just one more link. Occutard supporting Huffington Post coverage:
This May Day Could Be One to Remember

One more, a collection of things National Review discovered, Occupy Wall Street Violence at ‘Wildcat March’  plus some video:
"Anarchy isn't easy"

Sorry, can't close out this post without a link to video of Big Government 'Anarchists'  who may or may not have wanted to blow up an Ohio bridge,

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