International Worker’s Day.
Today we celebrate the International Worker’s Day.
A day also known as Labor Day, or May Day, celebrated on the 1st of May.
A holiday celebrated by working people worldwide.
This day began in commemoration of the 1886 Haymarket Massacre in Chicago, where police fired upon workers striking for an eight-hour-day.
Since then, it has become a global celebration of the Labor Union Movement as well as the economic and social gains made by workers.
Without labor, nothing is built.
Nothing prospers and nothing grows.
Wealth, culture, technology, food, cars, houses, monuments are all made by the workers.
All development since the beginning of history has been the result of human labor.
The first historical act by a human being was production.
From our point of view, this Day is a chance to reinforce our revolutionary and independent spirit through unity and struggle. With pride and self-confidence!
We live at a time where layoffs and unemployment are rising, and our goal must always be a constant struggle for better working conditions, for social and political rights, for respect.
This is the way, trough these actions the Working Class can be able to show the way for the revolutionary transformation of the whole society!
Because another world is possible!