As we prepare to kick up our respective feet for a bit of lake-bound R&R with some gluttonous BBQing for Labor Day, “The Editorial Board” of The New York Times thought it would be a good “teachable moment” ™ to review how this “holiday” came about. With all due respect to the “blue collar” working folks who keep the country afloat, the fact is, Labor Day is every bit as much of a communist creation as May Day (May 1st). As a matter of fact, May Day (the date of the founding of the Illuminati in 1776) is also known as International Workers’ Day and/or Labor Day in many other countries.
But here in the turn-of-the-19th-century anti-communist United States, establishing a Labor Day holiday on May 1st would not have been be possible — much too obvious. And so, the Reds and their libtard dupes instead lobbied for the first Monday in September. Labor Day was heavily promoted by the Central Labor Union(forerunner of the AFL-CIO) and the Knights of Labor / KoL (some of whose members were involved in the infamous Haymarket Square riots / cop-killings of 1886). The masonic-linked unions organized the first parade in New York City. In 1887, Oregon became the first U.S. state to proclaim it as a public holiday. By the time it became an official federal holiday in 1894, thirty states had already officially, and innocently, adopted the Communist-inspired Labor Day.
Since the days of Karl Marx and his “workers of the world unite” shtick, the “anti-capitalist” Reds have always manipulated the passions of “the working man” ™ as a means to destabilize the system and redirect power and wealth towards a super-centralized state. That state, of course, is then financed and controlled by the very same big banker “capitalists” that secretly control the “anti-capitalist” Reds! The big joke on Joe Hardhat, who may very well have legitimate grievances and honest concerns about his work conditions, is that neither the Red union bosses nor their secret capitalist bosses give a rat’s ass about him. Once the national economy is consolidated into the hands of the New World Order big money boys, “the working man” ™ – who had so faithfully and often violently fought for “change” – gets tossed aside like a used up lemon. Whatever good that his union may have done for him and his family was only a necessary side-effect, never the main objective.
And that is why the phony labor bosses chose to only cosmetically fight the Globalists’ disastrous job-killing NAFTA trade deal of 1994; and it is also why they were strangely silent about Obongo’s push to ratify the doubly disastrous TPP trade deal — a program which Trump would stop cold in his first week in office. The banker “capitalists” hold a tight leash on their “labor leader” puppets — a hidden reality which The Great One (that’s Hitler for you newbies) understood and warned about many years ago. Indeed, very soon after coming to power in Germany in 1933, Hitler disbanded the Marxist trade unions and replaced them with the German Labor Front — an organization which imposed better working conditions while respecting the interests of business and industry. In short order, both management and labor came to respect each other and work as a team.
In Mein Kampf, Hitler’s famous autobiography, Hitler wrote that the trade unions:
“… created the economic weapon which the international world Jew uses for the ruination of the economic basis of free, independent states, for the annihilation of their national industry and of their national commerce, and thereby for the enslavement of free people in the service of the above-the-state-standing, world finance Jewry.”
Tell it, Great One. Tell it!
The game works the same today as it did back then, notwithstanding the fact that trade unions aren’t as powerful as they once were. Hitler showed the world that the dignity and welfare of labor and the legitimate interests of the business class need not be adversarial concerns. To the contrary, when labor and management come to respect each other and work together, it benefits all. Unfortunately, in today’s America, too many propagandized union members fail to appreciate what it really takes to keep a business up and running. Likewise, too many CEO’s do indeed (pardon the commie-sounding slogan here) “place profits over people.” We sure could use another Great One again.
In spite of the holiday’s Red origins — a very relaxing Labor Day extended weekend and cookout to our readers. It’s going to be an interesting fall season.