Mayday, Mayday! USA Is Going Down.


You know your society is blithely passing into a twilight state when open advocates of one of history’s most pernicious notions are not just tolerated, but encouraged, by your elites. We now have open war on our streets, reminiscent of the 1992 LA riots, and the perpetrators fully admit their affiliation:

Around the world, union members have traditionally marched on May 1 for workers’ rights. In the United States, the annual events have become a rallying point for immigrants and their supporters since massive demonstrations in 2006 against a proposed immigration enforcement bill.

…About 300 people, including members of the International Longshore & Warehouse Union, held signs that read “Long Live May Day” and “Stop Police Terror,” and chanted “No Justice No Peace! No Racist Police!”

…Meanwhile, social justice advocates in Durham, New Hampshire, made the rejection of racism, xenophobia and anti-Muslim sentiment the themes of their annual rally.

Oh, so it’s a union holiday. Is that the full story, Amerikan media? Let’s go to the source:

At this time, socialism was a new and attractive idea to working people, many of whom were drawn to its ideology of working class control over the production and distribution of all goods and services. Workers had seen first-hand that Capitalism benefited only their bosses, trading workers’ lives for profit.

…A variety of socialist organizations sprung up throughout the later half of the 19th century, ranging from political parties to choir groups. In fact, many socialists were elected into governmental office by their constituency. But again, many of these socialists were ham-strung by the political process which was so evidently controlled by big business and the bi-partisan political machine. Tens of thousands of socialists broke ranks from their parties, rebuffed the entire political process, which was seen as nothing more than protection for the wealthy, and created anarchist groups throughout the country. Literally thousands of working people embraced the ideals of anarchism, which sought to put an end to all hierarchical structures (including government), emphasized worker controlled industry, and valued direct action over the bureaucratic political process. It is inaccurate to say that labor unions were “taken over” by anarchists and socialists, but rather anarchists and socialist made up the labor unions.

…On May 1, 1886, more than 300,000 workers in 13,000 businesses across the United States walked off their jobs in the first May Day celebration in history. In Chicago, the epicenter for the 8-hour day agitators, 40,000 went out on strike with the anarchists in the forefront of the public’s eye. With their fiery speeches and revolutionary ideology of direct action, anarchists and anarchism became respected and embraced by the working people and despised by the capitalists.

…Immediately after the Haymarket Massacre, big business and government conducted what some say was the very first “Red Scare” in this country. Spun by mainstream media, anarchism became synonymous with bomb throwing and socialism became un-American. The common image of an anarchist became a bearded, eastern European immigrant with a bomb in one hand and a dagger in the other.

…Today we see tens of thousands of activists embracing the ideals of the Haymarket Martyrs and those who established May Day as an International Workers’ Day. Ironically, May Day is an official holiday in 66 countries and unofficially celebrated in many more, but rarely is it recognized in this country where it began.

However, the above is also a bit spun in favor of its own side, which tends to use the term “socialist” for “Communist.” On Amerika, we recognize that all varieties of liberalism differ in degree only; a moderate Democrat is merely a Communist who has not yet become fully radicalized. A more accurate account of May Day follows:

This was the traditional day in the Soviet Union and the communist bloc countries for massive parades, replete with missiles, tanks, rank upon rank of goose-stepping troops, red flags, and huge posters of Marx and Lenin. This has not changed in countries that are still officially communist, such as China, North Korea, Cuba, and Vietnam. In non-communist countries of the world, the communist and socialist parties have continued to hold May Day celebrations, usually under the banner of International Workers Solidarity Day.

According to The Great Soviet Encyclopedia, communist countries and communist parties celebrate May Day “by mobilizing the working people in the struggle to build socialism and communism.” The same source goes on to report: “On May Day the working people of the Soviet Union show their solidarity with the revolutionary struggles of the working people in capitalist countries and with national liberation movements. They express their determination to use all their power for the struggle for peace and building of a communist society.”

…”The decision to make May 1st a day of annual demonstrations,” says The Great Soviet Encyclopedia, “was made in July 1889 by the Paris Congress of the Second International, to commemorate an action by the workers of Chicago, who organized a strike for May 1, 1886, demanding an eight-hour workday, and held a demonstration that ended in a bloody confrontation with the police.”

We see the same game being played today. The protesters say they are from unions, feminist and anti-racist organizations, but what this really means is Communism. That is not surprising, since in addition to being in bed with organized crime, unions have always been in bed with the Communists.

Let us make this clear:

  • Unions = Communism
  • Anti-Racism = Communism
  • .: Diversity = Communism

All of this is evident from a mildly critical reading of the original article cited in this post, as would have been done by a newspaper reader of the past century. Today’s reader, blighted by a mind stuffed with television, social media and pointless red tape, may be unable to parse it so I type it out for their convenience.

Communism, in addition to killing approximately a hundred million people in the last century, made wastelands out of every land it has occupied. It transfers the wealth of a nation to a few people who are in bed with organized crime, and then kills off anyone smart so it can remain in power, then collapses when the resulting society becomes totally dysfunctional, as it was obvious it would.

Any time Communism is openly tolerated around you, you should be screaming out a different kind of May Day: a distress call. Your nation is packing it in, going down in flames, and sinking faster than the Titanic. There are no lifeboats, so get ready to stand your ground.

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36 Responses to “Mayday, Mayday! USA Is Going Down.”

  1. Chris says:

    Fine words. I’ll add that anyone who embraces communism not out of fear but of their own will forfeits their heritage, nationality and identity. They become global citizens. Their loyalty is pledged to their global masters only. They have no right to speak or act in defense of family, friends or culture because they’re willing to sacrifice each on a whim for the NWO.

  2. -A says:

    Also: Communists always co-opt!

    May Day is the Feast of St.Walpurga and an ancient (at the very least in concept) celebration all throughout Europe and Russia. The day of the Wild Hunt and basically, Summer’s Halloween. Much of it, of course, was dumbed down based off of Wiccan generalizations and over-simplifications, standardization of Nordic and Gothic nature holidays and the closest they can come to Celtic parallels. Close enough though, and old enough for them to try to repurpose for their agenda.

    • socratits says:

      Also: Communists always co-opt!

      And this would be different to ‘conservative’/christian co-opting various holidays how? Or how about the fact ‘conservatives’ such as this site co-opt christianity while preaching against the tenets of it’s core prophet?

      • crow says:

        You treat us to a fascinating glimpse of the inner workings of your mind. This is diversity, for real.

        • socratits says:

          No, you merely assume and self-project too much. It is a fact ‘christianity’ co-opted a lot from other cultures to impose itself, and that ‘christianity’ itself has been co-opted by ‘conservatives’.

          • No, you merely assume and self-project too much.

            In a somewhat contrary direction, I suggest the user “crow” knows himself quite well. The challenge with him is his idiosyncratic vocabulary, but being afflicted of that myself, I can understand.

            The only questions are (1) what is real? (2) what do we do about it? and (3) how do we fix the current detour away from that vision?

          • crow says:

            It is not co-opting something, to adhere to it. To admire, maybe even revere it?
            Do Christians co-opt Christianity? Might not a conservative also be a Christian? A Christian a conservative?
            Your view is obsessive, blinding you to the fact it is no more than an opinion, thus valueless. There are many, many things that are not opinions, and you might consider interesting yourself in those things, bearing in mind that to understand what those things are, you must first ditch your opinions. Or, of course, your understanding of these new interests will again be no more than opinions.
            My apologies: it’s not me writing this stuff. It just happens by itself, and sometimes I almost wish it wouldn’t.
            Still, whoever it is certainly knows what’s what, even if he delivers it in a way humans seem incapable of understanding.
            Good luck with it.

      • -A says:

        Catholicism was indeed, and still is at its core, a European construct. In the minds of the Christians, they were redeeming their Pagan traditions.

        This site does not co-opt Christianity at all. There are but a few people here who claim to be Christian at all. How, I must ask, is there anything to this site in the general versus what some commenters might bring to the table, which goes against Christian tenets. Please, for the love of unpredictability, don’t let it be the same old argument about letting foreigners in our nations because humanity.

        • There are but a few people here who claim to be Christian at all.

          Good analysis. I am Christian-compatible: with the best of them, I find much common ground. The average mass culture church? Heh, not so much ;)

          • -A says:

            No dignified human person would. ^^

          • socratits says:

            You’ve deliberately appealed to ‘christian’ group-identity, the type that is only a mask for personal weakness.

            BTW, still waiting on that reasoning as to how homosexuality is ‘objectively harmful to society’. Just keep ducking the question bitch-boy.

            • -A says:

              How have we directly appealed to Christians? Furthermore, who here has said that homosexuality in and of itself is harmful? What is viewed as harmful is the pathological ephebophilia, hebephilia, pedophilia, drug use, promiscuity, victim mentality, insistence of making it ones’ identity versus more fitting and healthy choices. All of these things, especially the paraphilia, are actively masked and sought out by stand-alone pathological degenerates specifically for this masking.

              The only bitch here is the one whimpering about social justice like it is something one can openly discuss without shame. Drop the balls and, as the faggots say, evolve.

        • socratits says:

          You mean apart from Brett’s endless rants against empathy/’pity’, charity, social justice, and his praise of ruthless commerce/power? Social darwinism is inherently incompatible with christianity, I’m not a christian but I don’t need to be one to call him out on an appropriation of ideological convenience.

          • -A says:

            Allow me to correct your liberal inspired illiteracy. What you mean instead of appropriate is ‘mis-appropriate.’ With that out of the way:

            1) What you know about Christianity would not fit in the palm of your hand. If you cannot tell us the difference between Protestants and Catholics, you likely do indeed need to be a Christian to be able to intelligently pull off the mental acrobatics necessary to make your nonsensical argument seem legitimate.

            2) Don’t be too quick to start with the Social Darwin argument. It is amazing how Christians are far more quick to acknowledge than Atheists or Agnostics that the Universe does not have a human logic to it.

            3) Am I to infer that because Brett argues against charity that he argues against Christianity? The Protestants would disagree. Many, though not all, Catholics would say good on him. Charity as an organized endeavor misses the point. It is anything but charity, it is self interest.

            4) Empathy is not pity. Pity is sympathy. Empathy is an interpersonal skill for communication and gauging of emotional and mental state of the person you are with.

            5) Ruthless power and commerce? What Brett advocates is the best people of any community to lead it. For the people to step aside and simply not oppose the rise of status of the people who are most contributing to the well being of any locale and any nation. This is the oldest truth: we are not all at the top. We must defer to the most able for our own survival.

            Kindly do save all of these complaints for your hugbox brethren. You can assuage each others’ bruised egos that somebody, somewhere, disagrees with you.

            • I can add this for all who have doubts about Christianity:

              Food:Fast Food::Christianity:Churchianity

              What they teach in the churches is dumbed down and Left-leaning. Support the narrative, and all that. The real thing is worth exploring before bashing. It’s more interesting than people think, and has more in common with Greek, Nordic and Hindu Paganism than most surmise.

              • crow says:

                It’s like conservatism. Don’t assume a Conservative knows anything about conservatism. If there’s any kind of ideology involved, he doesn’t.
                Likewise for Christianity. If it does not adhere seamlessly to Reality, it may as well be Chrispy Fried Chicken.

                • Good point. Avoiding self-consciousness has its benefits, because then one is an observer in one’s own life, aware only of how things look on the surface. Ideology is self-conscious; gut instinct, intuition and culture are not. This is why conservatives choose the path we do: our approach works in any situation, where liberalism only functions as a parasite. This self-consciousness leads to the “intellectualization” (using the intellect for its own sake, not as a means to an end) that you speak of frequently.

  3. avraham says:

    I think Communism is wrong mainly from the aspect of belief in wise people. That is I learn Talmud and see straight forwards market Capitalism in the three major tracates, Bava Kama, Bava Metzia, Bava Batra. I read the Bible and see the command “Thou shalt not steal.” That means also one is not allowed to steal from rich people just as much as from poor people.
    I also see, “Thou shalt not covet,” which seems relevant.

    Then I also have great respect for people that I consider wise nowadays like Dr Kelley Ross and Michael Huemer and Edward Feser. I read Dr Huemer’s critique on communism and it made sense to me. [That it is based on the labor theory of vaue.]

    Then I have have had many conversations with people in the former USSR and asked about their experiences. Plus I also remember how America was before the liberals ruined it. So all and all I am pretty disappointed with the Left and anything to do with socialism.
    Plus I am kind of shocked when I see or hear people advocating socialistic policies. I wonder, “Do they not know where this leads to?”

    • crow says:

      It’s all wrapped up in desire, for unreasonable things, that focuses on one goody that socialism offers, for example social medicine, that by itself could work quite well, but for some reason can not be had without adopting the whole socialist performance.
      Just yesterday I was talking with a leftist American woman who rages against anything non-socialist because socialism is the only thing that would (she thinks) pay her huge medical bills.
      Meanwhile, as a way around this, she has moved to Canada for the near-freebie medical setup.

      It could work well, perhaps, to adopt a few do-able socialist principles, without becoming totally insane as a result.

  4. Cynical Optimist says:

    Psychologically, I see Communism as a kind of death wish. The rest of us obviously recognize the destruction it necessitates, but I think its adherents do too, and they are suicidally drawn towards it. When the realities of life (evil exists, inequality will always be present, humans are flawed, etc.) become too much to bear, the reaction is to just shut the whole “life” thing down. If we have no freedom (or in other words, if we’re dead), we don’t have to confront these things. This is the rational choice if you can’t forgive yourself for being imperfect and thus hate life.

    Actually, this suicidal approach manifests in other ways too, like alcoholism and gambling addiction. In Matthew Crawford’s “The World Beyond Your Head” he summarizes an analysis of gambling addiction from a different book, “Addiction by Design” by Natasha Schull. The interesting point is that gambling addicts don’t actually want to win — they want to play until there is no more money to lose, no more choices to be made, and essentially no life energy left to spend. Depressing stuff, but the bright side is that we can take a different road and fight continuously in favor of life.

  5. Laguna Beach Fogey says:

    I’m so ready for civil war, it’s not even funny.

  6. Solarbaby #9 says:

    I would like to congratulate all my conservative brothers and sisters on a solid DJT nomination today. We are on the path to victory! Keep your chins high. We will win this fight ultimately. The revolution has begun…

    • -A says:

      Good God, let it be so. Regardless of if he wins, I would love to see Trump and Hillary in a debate. The Bern will be an easy crumble but, he has the penchant on anti-establishment that Trump runs on. It wouldn’t quite be as cathartic. If he and Hillary butt heads, we will see her earn her place if she wins, humility by humility like the dollars she devalues.

      • I would love to see Trump vs. Bernie. The realist versus the Communist. How much more theater can we handle?!

        • -A says:

          I guess I still think of Bernie being lackluster. However, I did hear a speech he gave where he got very loud over anti-Israel protestors. If that was all I knew of him, I would have thought he was reasonable and sane. He and Trump would stalemate very quickly because Bernie assumes that if he has the moral high ground, he can intimidate his opposition. His stance will do the arguing for him. Hillary, however, had the wherewithal to debate math with Sanders. She assumes the reasonable stance. Watching her self destruct on stage, in front of the whole world, will do to her what Benghazi should have done. Also, Sanders practically owns the Anti-Establishment at this point. Sad, but true. We will see which is the better show anyway as he may very well get both in the TrumpHairs in the coming months.

  7. socratits says:

    Communism, in addition to killing approximately a hundred million people in the last century, made wastelands out of every land it has occupied. It transfers the wealth of a nation to a few people who are in bed with organized crime, and then kills off anyone smart so it can remain in power, then collapses when the resulting society becomes totally dysfunctional, as it was obvious it would.

    And this would be different to capitalism and fascism how? If ‘communism/socialism’ simply “doesn’t work” because certain models/attempts in the past have failed, then how is nazi germany any less of an inditement against fascism period? Your ‘critical thinking’ is not critical, and you are simply self-projecting the cognitive dissonance you have normalised and destructive nihilism you are acting out onto others, not to say they possess none themselves however.

    • crow says:

      Where’d you get the idea ‘critical thinking’ involved criticizing everybody else for not being a clone of you?

    • -A says:

      Nihilism is only destructive in the minds of children. Well, grown children.

      I will agree that there are more instances of factories belching out negative externalities under capitalism but, this is because of incompetence and the general climate of communism being the philosophy that gives license to capitalism in this day and age. There are many ways to avoid these externalities but, this does not meet the bottom line in the short term, a communist time preference. In a capitalist system left to be organic, destroying the environment would be realized to be a cap on future gains. The rest of the implications are just silly. Capitalist systems do not move wealth around save for in financial instrumentation. Think critically here.

      Fascism would be nice. Fascism, and its completely differing cousin of National Socialism, would be better than what we have now. But, to answer how they are different, Fascism is not entirely distinct from Mussolini’s government. For the sake of argument, let’s do it anyway. Fascism is the desire to have a tight knit community (Fasces: tightly bound bundle used as a support for the handle of an axe)and to remove elements which do not belong in it. By this definition, who other than modernists and anti-borders globalists are not pure Fascists? Furthermore, they still co-opt the “community” element and want to actively remove dissenters to their cause.

      The Nationalism proposed by Brett Stevens and this site in general is nothing like Hitler’s National Socialism because we are not Socialists and because we do not scapegoat Other. Hitler’s swing and miss hardly indicates a failure of Nationalism in and of itself and his failure was ultimately because he made the mistake of going to war with Stalin and could not manage his own military. He never wanted to be the leader anyway. I stand by the fact that he should have gotten the Hohenzollern Family to take back control. Imagine, Wilhelm II in WWII. Well, more than likely his five sons.

      • Fascism, and its completely differing cousin of National Socialism, would be better than what we have now.

        Good points, as well as your hint that aristocracy makes absolute authority moderate and yet focused on reality, thus achieves better results than National Socialist/Fascism, as the volkisch conservatives warned us back in the ’30s.

        • -A says:

          I am a deep believer in Aristocracy and of the necessity of Monarchy to balance from the top. Kneeling would not bother me. In fact, for all of my high self value and for all of my tendency to take myself seriously, I would appreciate real blood and soil leaders. I have always felt like things were missing when I would look at the history of Europe and look at what we have now. The culture which defines a people also carries Their Wisdom. I am still working on some research I hinted at a while ago. I am now collaborating with others and we might still start up our own blog and YouTube collaborations. I know that others will at least be able to learn from our eccentric interests. If not, we still have gardening.

  8. 1349 says:

    May Day might (or even must) be reformatted into a day of the triumph of makers over takers. A day of rallies against bennies. =)

    In our xUSSR, this day is offcially called “Labour day” and is closer to your own Labor Day in September or the Japanese “Labour thanksgiving day” than to “International workers’ day”.
    I tend to undestand it as the day of praise of (voluntary) work.

    All in all, “Labour day” seems quite… protestant. “Work honestly and you will succeed”, etc

  9. capitalist says:

    You only listed 3 things as communism?! You could’ve added so much more: feminism, environmentalism, conservativism, etc.

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