[Ed. – They roll the Stalin banner out every year, along with banners commemorating other mass murderers from the Communist pantheon. But it never hurts to have a reminder. Collectivists have no problem with mass murder.]
Protesters marked International Workers’ Day with a rally in London’s Trafalgar Square today, with some marchers holding up pictures of Soviet dictator Joseph Stalin.
The demonstration was organised by United Voices of the World and the Independent Workers Union of Great Britain, and included industrial disputes over pay, hours, union recognition and outsourcing. …
The action, marking International Workers’ Day, which dates back to the early days of the trade union movement, coincided with a strike by some staff at McDonald’s over pay and union recognition.
One banner, pictured by Twitter users, featured a large portrait of Stalin, along with a quote from his work speaking of the ‘dictatorship of the proletariat’ and the transition from capitalism to communism.