>>>>>>> Actually, labor day should be called Marxist Indoctrination Day. It’s roots are deeply anchored in Marxist thought.
Karl Marx published his Communist Manifesto in 1848. The first Labor Day in the United States was observed in 1882 – just 34 years later. And guess who promoted and sponsored this first Labor Day? The CENTRAL LABOR UNION of New York!
Just like now, even then the labor unions had already become front organizations for the budding Communist movement. Under the guise of “helping labor”, the labor unions were nothing more than organizations promoting Marxist ideas like the “workers’ struggle”, “worker exploitation”, the “unfairness” of the capitalist system, and the “inequality” of capitalism. These are central tenets of Communist/Marxist thought and the labor unions were the “community organizers” working to gin up hatred towards capitalism. They were the actual muscle fueling and promoting the Communist movement. And they still are…….
………..If you look at the history of the “labor movement” you’ll see it is all about taking the theoretical aspects of Marx and putting them into real-world practice. That’s why labor unions shed no tears when they put a company or industry completely out of business. Or when they make business so expensive to conduct that U.S. companies are forced to move to more business-friendly places – like CHINA! Marxism is all about the destruction of capitalism. And no entity has contributed more to the destruction of American business than labor unions. <<<<<<<<<
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Nathan M. Bickel
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