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Military Veterans being deported.

I came across this the other day while I was roaming the internet. I hadn’t heard about it before, I thought if a immigrant served honorably in the Military they were granted citizenship.

Who among us, (Talking to Veterans now) finding it difficult to adjust back into the world when they got out didn’t have some sort of problem or run in with the law? I know I did and I was a “Cold War ” vet, didn’t see any combat. I got a DUI and spent a little time in county on another occasion but charges had to be dropped due to an illegal search. I know there’s probably a lot of vet’s that didn’t have any problems but I also know there’s an awful lot that do. I know two personally.

Personally, I think no expense or time should be spared to look at each case individually. Unless of course it’s a no brainer and the veteran is a absolute degenerate and violent criminal. Even still though that veteran deserves at the very least a full investigation that includes in my opinion a Psychiatric eval to see if he or she has PTSD or something that would prevent them from being a good citizen. And if they do have PTSD or some other disorder or inability to adjust to civilian life do to Military service it should be taken care of. The “Nanny State” or government already spends and wastes so much on freebies and fraud there should be no problem what so ever helping a veteran.

Anyone that knows me knows I’m totally against “Illegal Immigration” and believe it should be done right by going through the process and assimilating, I’ve blogged about it here many times. I protested and got interviewed ( not so favorably of course) by the Press Enterprise in my city when the legislators were considering a Immigration change for the city. It was me and I think two or three more compared to about fifty supporters of the legislation.

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I also support building the wall.

Anyways, that’s my two cents. Check out these stories and share your thought’s if you can, would really like to hear what others have to say on the subject.

Part one, excerpts from the article. “Army veteran Mario Martinez spent six years of his life fighting for the United States.

Now, he’s fighting for the right to keep living here.

Martinez, 54, was born in Mexico, but came to the U.S. as a young child and became a legal resident. He joined the Army, served with the 82nd Airborne Division, and earned an honorable discharge. But more than a decade after he left the service, he was convicted of a felony, putting his immigration status in jeopardy.

“One mistake shouldn’t make the rest of your life,” said Martinez, who spent four years in California state prison for an assault conviction stemming from a 2008 domestic violence case. “I mean I paid for what I did, I did my time. I did it quietly, went in and got out.”(“More than a decade after he left the Army, he was convicted of assault in a domestic violence case. It happened the night he found the body of his best friend, who had died by suicide. Martinez said he was upset and got into an argument with his girlfriend. At the trial, his girlfriend testified that it was a one-time event, but cuts to her cheek required stitches, according to court records.”)

He served four years in prison.

After Martinez served his time, he was handed over to Immigration and Customs Enforcement, the agency that handles deportation for the Department of Homeland Security. He spent another 10 months in detention, then was released on bond in 2014. He currently lives in Southern California, while he awaits a court date in his deportation case.

“ICE exercises prosecutorial discretion for members of the armed forces who have honorably served our country on a case-by-case basis when appropriate,” said Rodriguez. “Still, applicable law requires ICE to mandatorily detain and process for removal individuals who have been convicted of aggravated felonies as defined under the Immigration and Nationality Act.

An executive order signed by President Trump on January 25 expands who can be deported to include not only those with criminal records, but non-citizens who have committed a “chargeable criminal offense.” Already immigrant arrests are up by a third, compared to last year, according to ICE data.

But the current enforcement policy on immigration has been shaped over decades by both Democratic and Republican presidents.

Many veterans and advocates point to a 1996 law, passed during the Clinton presidency, as laying the groundwork for current deportations. That law, called The Illegal Immigration Reform and Immigrant Responsibility Act, expanded the types of criminal convictions eligible for deportation. In the following decade, the U.S. deported 897,099 non-citizens after they served their criminal sentences, according to a 2007 report from Human Rights Watch, which based its findings on ICE data. During those years, 77 percent of the legal permanent residents were deported for non-violent offenses.” Continue to the article here.>Serving In the U.S. Military Won’t Protect These Veterans From Being Deported

Part two, excerpts from the article. “Signs of American military life are everywhere in the cramped Tijuana apartment: a U.S. flag hung on the wall, Army patches covered a camouflaged backpack, photos of uniformed men lined a shelf. HectorOutside

“It was very difficult to transition, the first couple months,” said Hector Barajas, a former U.S. Army paratrooper, who was deported to Mexico in 2010 and calls the apartment home.

He said when he first landed back to Mexico – a country he had little connection to since he left as a child in the 1980s ­- there was no network of veterans and no offices to help get him on his feet. He started reaching out to other veterans and soon turned his home into a shelter for deported veterans in Tijuana, many of whom needed help with even the most basic things as they adjusted to an unfamiliar city.

“That’s part of our job here: to make it easier for the men to find work, helping them find their IDs, where to go get their driver’s license,” said Barajas. “It’s difficult when you don’t really have anyone to help you out with that.” 

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Hector Barajas was pardoned by California Governor Jerry Brown in March this year, opening up the possibility of his return to family in Los Angeles. CREDIT DORIAN MERINA / AMERICAN HOMEFRONT 

He said he’s been in touch with nearly 60 deported veterans since October. His office keeps a database of about 350 veterans who have been deported to different cities in Mexico and countries further away, such as the Philippines, Honduras and Iraq. The two-story apartment in a residential part of eastern Tijuana has three cots upstairs and a tiny kitchen Barajas refers to as a chow hall. Together, the vets call this place, “the bunker.”

Barajas served two stints in the Army, including in the 82nd Airborne. But when he got out, he ran into trouble with the law. In 2002, he was sentenced to 3 years in prison for discharging a firearm from a vehicle. After prison he was deported, but then re-entered the U.S. illegally and was deported again in 2010, according to records from Immigration and Customs Enforcement.

Barajas, now 40, said he regrets his actions, but doesn’t like to dwell on the past.

“I paid dearly for it and I am taking responsibility for putting myself in that position,” he said. “As far as being a productive member of society, let’s move forward.”

In March, California Governor Jerry Brown pardoned Barajas and two other veterans, noting their honorable service in the military. That pardon clears a major obstacle, but doesn’t guarantee their return.

Barajas is hoping to get his legal status back and reunite with his family in Southern California, including his 11-year-old daughter. For now, he spends his time helping other deported veterans ­- many of whom, he said, struggle after getting out of the military.

“Not too many people are willing to put on a uniform and go fight, and it’s the reason we have these freedoms today is because of these men and women,” he said. “When they came back, they came with trauma. We have PTSD. It’s military, it’s connected to their service. The reasons these men are going to make these mistakes and suffer is because of the military trauma.”

There are more than 11,000 non-citizens serving active duty in the military, according to the Pentagon. About a decade ago, that number was three times as high. Legal permanent residents are eligible to serve, and doing so can expedite the naturalization process. But citizenship is not automatic and many veterans leave the military without obtaining it.

Some described a confusing and time-consuming process, made harder by deployments and frequent moves. Others said that because they had grown up mostly in the U.S., they felt American and didn’t think to apply, especially while focused on the demands of military service.” Continue to the article here.> Deported Veterans Hope To Return To Nation They Fought For

Read about one success story of a deported Veteran, 31-year-old Daniel Torres.

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A “heartbroken, broke” Daniel Torres self-deported to Mexico.

Excerpt from the article. “The success story of the deported veterans community is 31-year-old Daniel Torres.

He moved to the US from Mexico when he was 15 when his father got a job as an electronic engineer in Utah.

At 18, his US visa expired but he stayed on illegally. At 21 he joined the Marine Corps.

“I said I was an American citizen when I wasn’t,” Daniel says.

He served in the army for four years, including a tour of Iraq, and had just signed up for a year-long deployment in Afghanistan when his chain of command discovered he was an undocumented immigrant.

They could have charged him with fraud but instead they let him leave the military when his contract expired.

“I couldn’t get employment, I couldn’t go to school, I couldn’t get a loan, I couldn’t do anything,” he says.

He left America voluntarily and moved back to Mexico where he went to law school, started working at the Deported Veterans Support House and applied for US citizenship.

It took five years, but last April he got it.

“My case was simple enough because I had no criminal record, I have no deportation record and they gave my citizenship,” he says.

He says being accepted back into the US felt “weird”.

“I had kind of given up on the United States,” he says.

“Then after a while I started realising we can make a difference — the biggest barrier was people didn’t know about it.

“Unless you were directly affected or a family member affected, no-one knew military members were being deported.

“So once we started breaking down that ignorance barrier we started seeing results, we started getting places,” he says.

He plans to move back to Utah to study law in the US to become a binational attorney.

But his victory is far from complete.

“I’m not celebrating until everyone gets to go home,” he says.”  Continue to the article here and read about three others that aren’t so lucky, two you’ve already met from the other article.> ‘These men and women return only when they die’

Google Search, US President Donald Trump said he was open to the idea of allowing deported veterans to return.

It seems to me both Democrats and Republicans should be able to work together on this. It looks like for now it’s only the Democrats, Republicans should be ashamed.

May 26, 2017 Press Release.
Preventing veterans from being deported and helping deported veterans get access to medical care

Washington, D.C. (May 26, 2017)—Congressman Juan Vargas (CA-51) reintroduced a bill package that will prevent veterans from being deported and help veterans that have been deported get access to the medical service they deserve. The Immigrant Veterans Eligibility Tracking System (I-VETS) Act of 2017Healthcare Opportunities for Patriots in Exile (HOPE) Act of 2017, and Naturalization at Training Sites (NATS) Act of 2017 are part of this legislative package.

“A number of our nation’s servicemembers are immigrants who answered the call to serve and protect our nation and our freedom,” said Rep. Vargas. “These bills will ensure that immigrant servicemembers are well informed on their path to naturalization and allow veterans who have been deported to access the health care services they need.” More here.> Rep. Juan Vargas Reintroduces Deported Veterans Bill Package

President Trump, keeping his promises has already done many positive thing’s for the Military. I hope he and the DOJ looks into this.

BTW, despite attacks from the left, right and “The Lamestream Media” the President had a pretty impressive first six months. 6mdt

As always, God bless America and you. 10429313_865151986832782_5379475790684628491_n

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Trump, the other side of negativity, politics and the “Lamestream Media”.

After a year and then some of negative, anti Thump allegations, innuendos, smears, accusations with no proof what so ever of any wrongdoing. Let’s take a different look at things. Found some Positive things on our 45th President. It was kind of difficult a lot of misleading headlines that turn into hit jobs. Some you may have heard or sean before and some you may have missed. Me personally, I was was not a original Trump supporter. I was a Cruz guy, after he became the nominee I got behind him and my support has been growing ever since and believe me I’ve been watching very closely.

I think I’m a pretty good judge of character. I worked with the public for almost 20 years before I had to retire do to medical issues. In my experience, I think I got pretty good at sizing people up.

Been very interested in and followed politics for many years, my first offical vote as an adult was for Reagan and have watched the change of the country ever since. I think you can look at politicians and pretty easily tell when their being a politician and a real person, ( they may be real and sincere but being a politician they just can’t help coming of as staged or not so sincere) to me anyways. Most people or a lot of people sadly don’t take the time to look at things and just take the popular opinion or the “lamestream media’s” perspective or it sounds good and makes me feel good  so it must be OK and just move on not realizing how that action affects the country, or history and their own lives.

I’ve  gotten so sick of all the negativity surrounding our 45th President I don’t watch “Mainstream Media” news anymore  at all and considering just canceling local channels from my TV provider, there’s so much crap on TV any more anyways I’m moving closer and closer to unplugging altogether.

Moving on, here some stories, post, articles and photos I like and found. What got me going on this little journey was the tweet below. I had posted and shared her video before.

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to that time the future stopped a bat-wielding mugging in process. 🇺🇸.

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Who”s Lynne Patton?  Well, if you get your news from the “Lamestream Media” CNN, or just about anywhere else she’s a “Wedding Planner”. Check it out Google Search,> trump’s wedding planner  Actually she’s a little more than that. President Trump appointed her to the Housing and Urban Development’s office for New York and New Jersey.

She posted this video about Trump May 2nd 2016, Lynne Patton “The Trump Family That I Know” – A Black Female Trump Executive Speaks

She also spoke at the Republican convention. LOYAL Black TRUMP Executive.. Lynne Patton, Gives MOVING SPEECH about Her “BOSS”

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The writer got it wrong on a few but she was also featured in this article back on 11/19/2016 10 Black Republicans You’ll Likely See Working for the Trump Administration

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Came across this one while looking at other videos. According to CBS, “A STRANGE moment” occurred at a news conference. Donald Trump offers woman job at pressconference

In case CBS decides to take it down here’s another of the same. Donald Trump Hires Black Woman on the Spot! & Interviewed, Old Post Office DC (3-21-16)

Jun 17 Congrats To appointed to Head HUD in NY, NJ,This Strong Woman will bring effective change!

Back in 2008 before his entrance into politics you may have not heard or forgotten,

“Donald Trump doesn’t just have the golden touch for business – he also has a heart of gold.

The real-estate mogul has been housing Jennifer Hudson and some of her relatives at the Trump International Hotel & Tower free of charge.

“She’s a great girl. And we’re protecting them well,” Trump told PEOPLE at a benefit honoring Australia director Baz Luhrman at the Museum of Modern Art Monday night. “They are very safe.” More here.> Donald Trump Shelters Jennifer Hudson

For the whole story on the murder of her family, check it out.> The murders of three of singer Jennifer Hudson’s family members

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“President Trump was awarded the Ellis Island Medal of Honor in 1986 with the likes of Rosa Parks and Muhammad Ali.”  > The Truth:It’s true that Donald Trump was presented the Ellis Island Medal of Honor in 1986 by the Statue of Liberty Ellis Island Foundation.

I followed the Sgt. Tahmooressi story pretty closely and somehow I missed this or forgot it, check it out. “Donald Trump did help out Sergeant Tahmooressi. He sent him money to help jumpstart his life.”

By Greta Van Susteren

“Let’s all go “Off the Record.” Wednesday night, sometime after “On the Record” ended, and after I left the set, I began to get tweets and emails telling me that Donald Trump gave me a shout out at his town hall meeting.” Video and article here.> Greta: Yes, Donald Trump helped Sgt. Tahmooressi

Here’s one I never heard of, (BYW if you never saw the movie you really missed a good one!) DES MOINES, Iowa — Donald Trump has rented space at an Urbandale movie theater and will give Iowans free tickets to a showing of the Benghazi movie that critics of Hillary Clinton have been eagerly awaiting.

“Mr. Trump would like all Americans to know the truth about what happened at Benghazi,” the GOP presidential candidate’s Iowa co-chair Tana Goertz said Thursday night.

Trump will pay for the showing of 13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi at 6 p.m. Friday at the Carmike Cobblestone 9 Theatre, Goertz said.

“The theater is paid for. The tickets are paid for. You just have to RSVP,” she said. > Trump rents Iowa theater to show Benghazi movie

Heres another I missed.> The Trump administration is trying to facilitate the release of a Pakistani doctor who was jailed for helping the CIA locate Usama Bin-Laden, The Wall Street Journal reports.

I liked this one from NewsMax from Trump’s personal butler in 2010. On “The Apprentice,” Donald Trump is the guy who fires people. In real life, it’s a different story.

For 16 years, Anthony “Tony” P. Senecal was Trump’s personal butler at Mar-a-Lago, Trump’s home and club in Palm Beach, Fla. Few people know Trump as well as Senecal. During the first interview Senecal has given since retiring last year, he told Newsmax what it was like to work for him.

Almost every weekend from November to May, Trump hops on his Boeing 727-100 in New York to fly to Palm Beach and stay at Mar-a-Lago. A 55,695-square-foot Mediterranean-style complex, Mar-a-Lago is a Shangri-La that Marjorie Merriweather Post built in 1927. It has 58 bedrooms, 33 bathrooms, a ballroom, a spa, a nine-hole golf course, tennis courts, a party pavilion, and a private tunnel leading to Trump’s beach on the Atlantic Ocean.” More here.> The Real Story on Donald Trump

Two years ago Justen Charters posted this article and I encourage you as I did and search each story, go here for the videos and article> These 5 Acts of Kindness Reveal There’s More to Donald Trump Than Just His Celebrity Persona

Below are a couple I liked from the above article.

Widow’s daughter recalls how The Donald paid off her mom’s $300,000 mortgage after her father committed suicide

Being a retired bus drive ofcourse I like this one.> Bus driver showered with gifts and given $10,000 check from Donald Trump after saving suicidal woman’s life 

Some articles of interest:

A Quick Look at Donald Trump’s Philanthropy

If you’re into lengthy reads check Billionaire real estate mogul and former reality television personality Donald Trump is the 45th president of the United States On Biography.

A shorter version but equally interesting on Investopedia and some things not covered in the Biography link.> Donald Trump’s Success Story

Donald Trump: What are some business stories that reflect positively on Donald Trump, on a human level?

According to Snopes the following article is not true,(and you know what the say about Snopes) But check out the video and what Falwell Jr, ( I Was not a fan of his father or know much about JR.) has to say about Trumps giving.

“I got to know Donald Trump after he spoke [at Liberty University] in 2012,” Falwell told Sean on Hannity. “I learned so much about him that the public never hears.” Falwell went on to list Trump’s numerous charitable givings.

“Right after he visited here last time I called him about a large Christian ministry in another state that needed some help,” Falwell explained. “I learned within a day or two he had donated 100,000 dollars of his own money.”

Falwell also recounted the story of an inner inner city basketball tournament Trump rescued from financial disaster.

“He learned about Clyde Frazier Jr. who ran the Harlem Hoops tournament in the inner city and was killed in the 9/11 attacks,” Falwell said. “He searched down the family and donated the money to keep that tournament going.”

Watch Jerry Falwell Jr. speak to Sean about the generosity of Donald Trump on Hannity: A Couple Stopped To Help Donald Trump When His Limo Broke Down–Here’s How He Repaid Them

In regards to the aforementioned Snopes, they did find,  “that on at least one verifiable occasion he’s known to have bestowed largesse on a helpful stranger. Trump’s 79-year-old mother was mugged in 1991, suffering broken bones and severe facial bruises. A passing truck driver who witnessed the assault brought down the mugger and handed him over to justice. (The robber was later sentenced to 3 to 9 years in prison). The Donald had dinner with the rescuer, his sister, and his son; offered the Samaritan a better job; and gave him a check for an undisclosed amount.”  Here’s a couple about Trump’s Mom. Oct. 31, 1991.> TRUMP’S MOTHER MUGGED IN QUEENS Published: July 26, 1992.> Update; Youth Is Sentenced In Robbery of Mrs. Trump

Classic Trump Style. 19225346_1584815251537745_93295662554454470_nTrump reaches truce over flag at huge Florida home

“When Donald opened his club in Palm Beach called Mar-a-Lago, he insisted on accepting Jews and blacks even though other clubs in Palm Beach to this day discriminate against blacks and Jews. The old guard in Palm Beach was outraged that Donald would accept blacks and Jews so that’s the real Donald Trump that I know.”  More here.> Trump insisted on including Jews and blacks at Palm Beach golf course in 1990s 

Check out this Google Search of Positive Trump Stories and how much negative coverage he gets.

Lastly and certainly not least I’d like to give a shout out to Defending the USA for these inspirational and very well made videos. Hope you like them and check out Defending the USA.

Trump Supporter Video – EP 1 “Trump vs. the Media” (Nessun Dorma)

Trump Supporter Video – EP 2 “The Return to Greatness”

This one I really like. Trump Supporter Video – EP 3 “The Real Donald Trump Story”

God bless America, you and The President of The United States Donald trump!

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The most reasonable thing I ever heard about “Climate Change”and the Paris Climate Accord. (Updated with videos fixed.)

If the left, the politicians and the climate change alarmist would ever get over themselves and the Alinsky style propaganda and attacks people might actually listen and get more involved.

I was watching the Greg Gutfeld Show last night and one of his segment’s, interviews was with BjornLomborg . “Not all experts agreed w/ the Paris Accord interviews on Gutfeld”. I replied to his tweet about the interview and asked him to post the interview with BjornLomborg, ( 

Hope you take the time and find useful what I found. The Paris Climate Agreement Won’t Change the Climate

Climate Change: What’s So Alarming?

This one Presented by RICHARD LINDZEN , Climate Change: What Do Scientists Say?

Is Climate Change Our Biggest Problem?

Excellent article by Bjorn Lomborg

“Bjorn Lomborg is director of the Copenhagen Consensus Center, and author of The Skeptical Environmentalist and Cool It.

Like the Kyoto Protocol before it, the drastically over-hyped Paris climate treaty has fallen victim to political and economic reality.

Now that President Donald Trump has officially pulled the United States from the accord, it is time to declare the entire Kyoto-Paris approach to global warming dead and buried. Instead of scrapping over the treaty’s corpse, this is an opportunity to try a new, better and more efficient approach to solving global warming.

Right now, the chances of anything so constructive seem slim. Rhetoric is overheated to the point of absurdity. Environmental campaigners condemn Mr. Trump for dooming the entire planet to a fiery Armageddon, yet claim rashly that the treaty could survive without the United States. It will not, and it should not.

The hyperbole and outrage can’t hide the truth: even with the United States included, the treaty was not going to make much difference to global warming. Its grand rhetoric was never matched by the actual carbon-cutting promises within its pages. A lot was made of the treaty’s fanciful pledge to keep global temperature rises as low as 1.5 C. But that would have been impossible in all realistic scenarios other than a devastating global recession.” Read the rest here.> A path forward after the Paris climate agreement

Another,

“A new peer-reviewed paper by Dr. Bjorn Lomborg published in the Global Policy journal measures the actual impact of all significant climate promises made ahead of the Paris climate summit.

Governments have publicly outlined their post-2020 climate commitments in the build-up to the December’s meeting. These promises are known as “Intended Nationally Determined Contributions” (INDCs). 

Dr. Lomborg’s research reveals:

  • The climate impact of all Paris INDC promises is minuscule: if we measure the impact of every nation fulfilling every promise by 2030, the total temperature reduction will be 0.048°C (0.086°F) by 2100.
  • Even if we assume that these promises would be extended for another 70 years, there is still little impact: if every nation fulfills every promise by 2030, and continues to fulfill these promises faithfully until the end of the century, and there is no ‘CO₂ leakage’ to non-committed nations, the entirety of the Paris promises will reduce temperature rises by just 0.17°C (0.306°F) by 2100. 
  • US climate policies, in the most optimistic circumstances, fully achieved and adhered to throughout the century, will reduce global temperatures by 0.031°C (0.057°F) by 2100.
  • EU climate policies, in the most optimistic circumstances, fully achieved and adhered to throughout the century, will reduce global temperatures by 0.053°C (0.096°F) by 2100.” Read the rest here.> Paris climate promises will reduce temperatures by just 0.05°C in 2100 (Press release)

Finally, May 31st 2017

“In his monologue, Greg Gutfeld said President Trump should pull America out of the Paris Climate Agreement.

He said President Obama effectively decided to “spend cash on lottery tickets rather than toothpaste” when he decided to join the global agreement.

Gutfeld said that the measures taken under the agreement will cut global temperatures by less than one-tenth of a degree.

He said that in scientific terms, that number is trivial, but that in “human” terms, the consequences are “homicidal.”

For the same trillions of dollars that the accord will cost, doctors could cure malaria or malnutrition, or supply potable water to every human.

Gutfeld said the accord is “fueled by a lie that the West is so foul that only chucking trillions at a problem will absolve us from our exaggerated sins.” 

If you can handle Juan Williams comments watch the clip here.> Gutfeld: Why the Paris Climate Accord Is a Terrible Idea

As always, God bless America and you.

May Day. Communism, Socialism and Liberalism.

“A lot of people are talking about socialism these days, and believe that it will make our country better. But the reality of socialism does not match the picture in our minds. Socialism has always resulted in failed economies, police states, and loss of life.”  Victims of Communism Memorial Foundation

So let’s take a look at some interesting articles and fact’s.

“The term “communism” originated in France in the 1840’s but it acquired a modern meaning only in 1918 when Vladimir Ilyich Lenin, having seized power in what used to be the Russian empire, named his party Communist.

Communism is a variant of socialism. But differs from it in this important respect: while socialists believe in democracy and assume that they will come to power democratically and rule democratically, Lenin and his Communist followers did not.”  More here. WHAT IS COMMUNISM?

What is Socialism?

“May Day is a public holiday usually celebrated on May 1. It is an ancient northern hemisphere spring festival.[1] It is also a traditional spring holiday in many cultures. Dances, singing, and cake are usually part of the celebrations that the day includes.

In the late 19th century, May Day was chosen as the date for International Workers’ Day by the Socialists and Communists of the Second International to commemorate the Haymarket affair in Chicago. International Workers’ Day may also be referred to as “May Day”, but it is a different celebration from the traditional May Day.” More here. May Day

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