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May Day 2013 – Lazy Communists

Juan Abreu talks about May Day and the lazy communists in his Emanaciones #1407 (my translation):

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Today is May 1st, International Workers' Day, and the day appropriated by communists who just happen to be the people who work the least in this world. I remember those May Day celebrations on the dreadful island with all those millions of slaves marching and applauding the fat-assed communist slave masters. A repugnant spectacle, but a typical one for reds and communists. Here in Spain, as it is on the dreadful island, organized labor is at the command of the fat-assed communists, as one would expect. The truth is that everything that has to do with communists and reds is frankly disgusting to me.

And now I must leave you all because I have to go to work.

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