Just when you thought that I could cover something else, there is even more evidence of the union-Communist connection. Recently, the unions celebrated the Haymarket Riots. For some background, here is some information on the riots…
At Haymarket Square in Chicago, Illinois, a bomb is thrown at a squad of policemen attempting to break up a labor rally. The police responded with wild gunfire, killing several people in the crowd and injuring dozens more.
The demonstration, which drew some 1,500 Chicago workers, was organized by German-born labor radicals in protest of the killing of a striker by the Chicago police the day before. Midway into the rally, which had thinned out because of rain, a force of nearly 200 policemen arrived to disperse the workers. As the police advanced toward the 300 remaining protesters, an individual who was never positively identified threw a bomb at them. After the explosion and subsequent police gunfire, more than a dozen people lay dead or dying, and close to 100 were injured.
Bombing the police? That’s something to honor, isn’t it?
Just listen to what the speakers are saying. Does that represent America? Is this the talk of people that believe in freedom? Or are these people that will use any tactic, or any means, to achieve their goals? And, are those goals control of others? I think the answers are self evident, given their speech.