Creation of the Wage Slave and Class Warfare

This essay examines how a small group of people on an international scale used Jedi mind tricks to create the Middle-Class Tax Slaves, which happily agreed to hand over a full 1/3 of their life over to the Parasite-Class.

This project wasn’t something that just sprang up overnight, it took multiple generations and agents from around the world decades of preparation.

I have narrowed down a group of spotlight characters and chapters which are treated as disconnected events, thereby concealing the bigger picture. While these are far from the only contributing incidents these all followed each other consecutively, overlapping in both cast and event.

  1. The Molly Maguires was a labor-terrorist movement imported from the UK to the coal mining and railroad camps which was financed by the mine and RR owners and perpetrated by the media. A mock trial and fake public hanging was the Grand Finale’.
  2. The Great Strike of 1877 followed right on the heels of the labor agitation started by the Mollies. This was on a nationwide stage and included commentary by the Likes of Mark Twain. The mine/RR owner of the Mollie case was the same as Ground Zero in the ’77 strike.
  3. The Haymarket Event was another scripted media event centered in the labor organizing arena. Things get more political in nature as lines from the Paris Commune are inserted by Karl Marx and Co. The climax is another mock trial and fake hanging. This sets the expectations that society holds of what happens to people that challenge the status-quo, they are all dangerous terrorists that will be dealt with accordingly.

One of the main taglines is the 8 hr workday. It had been put into paper law since 1867 but the Capitalists failed to acknowledge it, It wouldn’t be till FDR’s ‘New Deal’ that it finally was recognized and obeyed. The New Deal was Eleanor’s deal, she of the elite Jewish Lesbian club, the Mink Coat Mafia, was the power behind the thrown. There wasn’t much new about it, most of the points were taken from the French Revolution script.

After Haymarket the 8 hr day was shelved until the industrial ‘accidents’ of the early 1900’s in the mill/factory towns of New England. That means this portion of the story is part 1 and part 2 would be the industrial revolution that introduces the likes of Maragret Sanger and the birth control posse of eugenicists.

Mollie Maguires, Public Execution 1876

Molly Maguire was what would be called a domestic terrorist group. Similar to any Jihadist group of today the leaders of these groups are international military intelligence agents. The media, the politicians, the Capitalists, Theyre the ones that controlled the extremists groups, mainly with the media. Very little violence is needed, its psychological war.

The years between 1863 and 1879 were years of violence, labor unrest, sabotage, and assassination in coal region. This is the case all over the board but this location specifically is the area of Pottsville, Seat of Schuylkill County, PA.

Black Thursday”, June 21, 1877, saw ten Irish-Catholic miners, convicted of the murders of various mine officials, hanged for their crimes and for their membership in the secret order known as the Molly Macguires. The ‘Robyn Hood’ archetype.

The Mollies ran a string of domestic terror incidents for years before culmination of celebrated staged-executions. The terrorist plots usually involved the murder of some RR or mining authority and the destruction of Company property, this serves to get the target to identify with the ‘bad’ guy.

History in the Olde Country

The first mention I could find was Jan 13, (1/13=333, Trip three’s) 1848. Molly Macguire associated with broad daylight slaying of landlord, Major Mahon (another double M).

Major Mahon and his murder is a rabbithole all to itself. Mahon is cited as the first landlord killed in a string of murders attributed to land reform. He also is remembered for starting the mass migration of Irish to North America, settling parts of Canada and constructing the canal grid up there. Another thing he is remembered for is the notorious “coffin” ship industry, thats when a businessman would buy an old rotten-hulled ship and slap a fresh coat of paint on it and when it sunk they would collect insurance. That he is still in pop culture today shows that he is kept there for a reason, his story is an allegory for the Reset and Repopulation of North America.

I believe that it’s more likely this early account is a false narrative built to support the potato famine hoax. There are still museums being dedicated and mainstream historical non-fiction books being written, which means the narrative is still going through a process of refinement

The Irish Molly’s were so-named because their members disguised themselves in women’s clothing, used powder or burnt cork on their faces, and pledged their allegiance to a mythical woman — Mistress Molly Maguire — who symbolized their struggle against injustice, a Lady Liberty figure, Minerva. This info comes from a modern academic, so he probably invented the whole story, including any supporting docs found in museums and University collections. I included the sentence bc there is another episode in UK Reset history called the Rebecca Riots, which the rioters dressed up in drag for disguise and tore down road toll boothes.

Immigrants to the coal region in the early-mid 1800’s would’ve been among the first of the repopulation, the infrastructure was already set up for the most part, though most was destroyed and had to be repaired. There was massive unrest at this time in the UK as they were going through their own Reset spasms. Much of Europe was in ruins, the orphans were told the last generation had been through labor struggles dealing with new technology and orchestrated mass-migration events, such as the potato famine and the Black Plague, which is the excuse of about 95% of the people here in the coal mine region of Western PA.

History in America

It was coal-mining country, a rough part of the world suffering from the effects called a ‘Reign of Terror’ orchestrated by a shadowy organization dubbed the Molly Maguires. (Double Ms are a thing.) The Reign of Terror is the first reference of many to the French Revolution, the French Revolution is another allegory for the Reset, in which the masses rise up and seize control over the ruling class. This story plays out frequently throughout history in many variations but always retains central elements; bread symbolizing sustenance, some sort of Public Safety Committee, the 8- hour workday, and the installation of a first-gen form of government run by the working class.

The M.M.’s are said responsible for main waves of violence:

Since 1862 the Mollies had been blamed for numerous murders, beatings, knifings, armed robberies, and incidents of arson. They’re said to have assassinated six mining officials and supervisors with whom they or their secret society fellows had employment-related grievances.

The second wave of violence occurred in 1875, after the collapse the Workingmen’s Benevolent Association (WBA), a labor union that united Irish, British, and American workers across the lines of ethnicity and skill. Six of the 16 assassinations attributed to them took place that summer. 

I dont think any of it is real; the Molly’s, Pinkerton, or Gowen.

By todays times most historians will admit its likely the Pinkerton/Gowen combo invented the Molly myth for their own political and personal and economic reasons. The myth that Molly Maguire was the enforcer for the proto-unions confirmed suspicion that a working-class presented a danger to the Republic. From this perception the episode demonstrated how easily a gang could seize control of the workers, which the Industrial Capitalists used to justify violence against strikers, i.e. Class Warfare. The Pennsylvania State Legislature, for example, condoned the shooting of strikers in Scranton during the 1877 strike by noting “many of the Molly Maguires, driven out of Schuylkill County gathered in and about that city.” Odd statement considering the mayor of Scranton was also head of the Knights of Labor.

The Mollies themselves left no evidence or writings, and remain mysterious. Not until a 1936 book, The Molly Maguire Riots, did historical interpretation become more balanced. If one looked at the source for the evidence surrounding the case I think they all would have this date somewhere in their bio. Im saying, much of history is written after the fact, or at least the gaps are filled in, for instance, a body of evidence might date to 1877 however it wasn’t discovered until 1936, in a box hiding in an attic perhaps. That’s bc it wasn’t written until then. It happens more often than you think.

“By inventing this organization, the employers hoped to quash a budding unionization movement among their disgruntled work forces. In their conspiracy against the labor-organizing coal miners, the operators engaged such disparate allies as a detective agency, the commercial newspapers, the state judicial system, and the Catholic Church.”

Molly Historian Pollock

*It is appropriate that one of our sources of info for the Molly’s is a Pollock. The are like-Mckenna’s Anytime a Pollock is around the cover has already been blow. In any variation, it doesn’t matter for either the central character Mckenna, McKenney, McKenna, along with Pollack, Paddock, Pollard. Its the enunciated syllables that are important, like Ba’al, or Bel… language-based spellcraft. On the first page Pollack claimed the Mollys never existed but were invented by the industrialists.

Even more appropriate is James Pollack is also the name of the Governor of PA during this period of time running up to the Civil War (1855-58). This demonstrates how the same family works on the same projects for multiple generations.

Schuylkill Penitentiary is an Olde World castle, the location of the alleged hangings.
  • Here is an extensive copy of names associated with the case, compiled by geneology researchers. Whether these names were invented and confirmed out of thin air or were flesh and blood people is not for me to tell you, they are real in the same sense that gives fiat currency its value

Allan Pinkerton and the National Detective Agency

Allen Pinkerton is a fictional Capitalist construct to be both the bad guy and the superhero that saves the city. Every case he is associated with is a project; they provide fodder for the media outlets that print his comicbook style reports as legitimate news.

Some of the more prominent false-flag stories are the one about foiling the Lincoln assassination plot, becoming a stop on the Underground Railroad, and establishing a secret intelligence network against the Confederacy, friends with abolitionist John Brown, the pursuit of the Jesse James gang… each of these is its own serial. A soap opera.

His job as Special Agent to the Post Office investigating fraud, blackmail, and extortion should give some hint as to the role they’re playing down there.

Union strikes were causing problems for employers and the Pinkerton Agency was asked to step in and help bring an end to the strikes. The help came in two forms: the first was placing spies within the unions to identify activists, well, more accurately they sent in agent provacatuers and actors to pose as organizers and the second was providing private armies for the employers who were locking-out their employees, mercenaries.

Its significant that he was the first city detective of Chicago. Chicago is a central setting for major portions of our essay. All of the records are said to have been lost in the Great Fire of 1871, thats convenient. There was no fire, at least not in the year and context they say. That is another cover story for the Reset. The most important part of his fake bio says he got his start in the Chartist Movement in Scotland. The Chartists were Europe’s labor organizing force. This is another example of how both sides of the pond use the same script and multiple generations of the same families are used in long-term projects.

Draft Riots

Sketch of Schuylkill Draft Riots, State Archives
You will notice they are all children, War Orphans or victims of the Potato Famine.
Pottsville was said to be the site of draft riots in the fall of 1862. One of the functions of the Civil War is to provide a cover story for decaying ghost cities and old ruins. It also means the area was populated before the mass migration. The Civil War was the early repopulation efforts, the orphans and immigrants were thus into war straight off the boat in a new country. The infrastructure was already here, just in a state of clean up, which the orphans are told is the cause for all the destruction and lack of established central government. The orphans were the ones that established the central government which was the New World Order. They would have also been the last clean up crew for any resistance. Maybe the Indian massacres and Civil War battles were really the elimination of the last of the old world. The technology would have already been forgotten, the people wouldn’t’ve even know the real cause of their fighting. How long do you think it took to dig out the whole world? Immediately before the Civil War the entire world was going through their version of an Independence Revolution. This was the installation of the new world order on a global scale (I use ‘global’ with intent.)

There were many industrial sites in full operation all along the Appalachians The Civil War was used as a backdrop to go in and bomb the shit out of these old industrial centers to erase the evidence and consolidate traffic into fewer remaining outlets. Harpers Ferry is a good example of a place that had a central role and was blown to smithereens to hide an ancient past. All of the places along the line of the RR Strike were old population centers in disrepair. They couldn’t blame the destruction on the war bc the war didn’t come up that far north so the RR strike and entities like the MM were created instead to explain not only the damage but the total lockdown control of everything. In every case there is martial law declared.
Here is a copy of Potts of Pottsvilles’ diary of his participation of Gettysburg. The method is using one lie to prop up another lie. No word on the history of the diary itself, usually these are ‘discovered’ in an attic decades later and reinforce whatever the narrative is. Gettysburg is a National treasure, I have done extensive research on this as a showcase example of how sites were modified to support fake history. There was no battle at Gburg

* The Jamestown Settlement is the same way, Army Corps of Engineers modified an existing Star fort to match the narrative and then buried it for 50 or 60 years. William and Mary College, the oldest institute of higher learning in the south goes back to the Colonial period, making them the worlds authority on Jamestown. They were the ones that made the discovery and ran the site from day one. They found exactly what they said they would find.

This tie between a major historical false flag and a prominent family (Potts) which a town is named (Pottsville) after is pretty common. Along the lines of people that are named after founding fathers that never existed… Gettysburg is no different; Samuel Getty is fantasized as the tavern owner of the juke-joint where PA militiamen went to enlist in the Revolution.
Here is another diary of a veteran of Gburg with ties to Pottsville. Capt James Wren of the PA 48th Reg. promo’d as:

Extracts from the Civil War Diary of Captain James Wren of Pottsville, Schuylkill County, PA. In his diary, he talks about the men of Pottsville under his command. Humorous and insightful!

Humorous and Insightful. Huh. By insight I think they mean incite.
The draft was Oct 17 1862 and within days there were riots all along coal country. The men that did enlist formed the 166th (666).
The govenor asked for federal troops to quell rioters and was granted however the troops were already deployed in Baltimore and none were available. Many deaths were reported.

Notwithstanding the usual exaggerations, I think the organization to resist the draft in Schuylkill, Luzerne, and Carbon counties is very formidable. There are several thousands in arms, and the people who will not join have been driven from the county. They will not permit the drafted men, who are willing, to leave, and yesterday forced them to get out of the cars. I wish to crush the resistance so effectually that the like will not occur again. One thousand regulars would be most efficient, and I suggest that one be ordered from the army…

[T]he clergy received instruction to preach on Sunday upon the evils of resisting the constituted authorities of the land, and it was understood that the threat of excommunication was to be used against those who were still determined to be troublesome...

“In several of the mining districts there were positive indications of revolutionary disloyalty, and it was especially manifested in Schuylkill, where the
Molly Maguires were then in the zenith of their power,” McClure wrote.

 “It would have been utterly impossible, under any circumstances, for soldiers to have either captured or conquered the men who were so well informed of the secrets of every mountain pass and valley,” 
They are especially remembered for burning railroad property.
Here is a link for a 700 pg book about the early history of Pennsylvania written by Andrew McClure. McClure was an early investor of Western mines and oil companies. Also the name McClure is the pop culture gatekeeper rag that much of the narrative is taken from.

On the night of November 5,1863, between 20 and 30 men shuffled through the crisp Pennsylvania foliage to the home of George K. Smith, a mine owner and operator.

George Ulrich, who worked in Smith’s colliery store, was armed with a revolver, the store clerk fired several shots, wounding Donohue and dropping another.

Ulrich fell with a bullet in his thigh. But the commotion roused Smith from his sickbed. As he entered the room, a single shot cracked, striking Smith in the head and killing him instantly. More shots were pumped into the mine owner’s lifeless body.

Anti-draft leaders swung into action, traveling from colliery to colliery to encourage miners to stop work and join them in marches on other mines. From this rebellious group emerged a secret band of terrorists known as the Buckshots, later known by a more infamous name—the Molly Maguires. Mine bosses the Buckshots targeted were given short advance warning. On the day of reckoning, the proposed victim would receive an ominous notice posted on his door, complete with a picture of a coffin and two crossed pistols.

One of the first incidents occurred on June 14, 1862, plans were discussed at a public meeting for upcoming Fourth of July celebrations. A breaker boss named F.W. Langdon was upset when Jack Kehoe, a miner from Shenandoah, Pa., insulted the American flag. Kehoe was Schuylkill County’s delegate to the Ancient Order of the Hibernians, a secret fraternal Irish organization, and was widely known as a leader of the miners. When Langdon got separated from his friends, he was stoned by a mob and died of his wounds three days later.

The more high-profile cases were decided later during the dramatic Molly Maguire trials of the 1870s. It was not until then that Pinkerton detectives cracked the secret society, sending Jack Kehoe to the gallows for the 1862 murder of F.W. Langdon, and James McDonnell and Charles Sharp to meet the hangman for the November 1863 murder of George K. Smith.

You can see here how historians weave different parts of the narrative together in one segment but treat each part as isolated and disconnected in most others. The coal fields were important bc of the War Machine, when it was interrupted action was taken as high up as Lincoln. Draft dodgers and resistors were arrested on pay day at the mines.

Draft riots and Conscription Act resistance would climax in Buffalo and NYC in 1863, both are World Fair spooky towns

Ancient Order of Hibernians (A.O.H.)

AoH is a nonviolent benevolent Irish Catholic fraternity club still in operation today. Each of the hanged Molly’s had independent ties

The Irish turned to a secret society known as the Ancient Order of Hibernians (A.O.H.) for protection. Violence erupted in 1863 as Irish laborers rioted in opposition to the new federal draft laws, and then extended their protests to demand better working conditions and wages. Periodically violence erupted over the next sixteen years. Many blamed the Molly Macguires, a radical faction of the A.O.H. named after a violent group of protesters who had roamed the Irish countryside fighting anti-Catholic persecution were blamed. AOH was the oldest Irish Catholic org in America, oldest reference to Andrew Jackson, Jackson was another fake founding father, that means there aint nothing ‘Ancient’ about these cats.

AoH ran in opposition to the Orange Party, Orange is a trigger, 33 in numerology, it is frequently used by the Freemasons. it was founded in New York City in 1836, however, a reference to its existence as early as 1819 was found in a letter written from a Samuel Castwell to the eventual 7th President of the United States, Andrew Jackson. In the letter, Jackson had been nominated for membership into Castwell’s Hibernian Society, people insert fake evidence like forged documents into the narrative to give themselves the street cred. Its also common for more than just a few fake letters but an entire history with break-away chapters and name changes, there was no ancient order, during the beginning of the repopulation a group was started and called themselves ancient but there is no direct connection.

Any references to a time before this or outside America is lumped in together as ‘The Order’, The Order is a very different subject altogether and whatever fractal pattern it assumes at any point in history, real or fabricated, does not limit itself to a location or ethnicity.

Irish traditions of violent rural resistance such as the “White Boys,” the “Ribbonmen,” and the “Molly Macguires” often sprung up in the camps, usually pushed by the mine owners in order to flush out any real potential opposition

Workingmen’s Benevolent Association

Working conditions led many of the miners to join the Workingmen’s Benevolent Association, the first industry-wide trade unionizing attempt that fought for better conditions in the mines. WBA was a proto-union made up of coal miners from Schuylkill County PA. Founded in 1868 by John Siney it was said to be the non-violent brother of the Macguires.

On the subject of violence, Siney commented, With this statement, Siney summarized his advocacy of a strict adherence to social law and order. Siney had immigrated to the coal mine regions of Pennsylvania in 1863 at the age of 32. An immigrant from England (although born in Ireland), Siney had been president of the local bricklayer’s union (Stone mason lodge) and well trusted in England. ‘Trust’ is a bankster term, means financed.

WBA led to the creation of the first mine safety inspection laws in the United States, even though these laws were not regularly enforced. Siney also spent time in negotiations for the first minimum wage opportunities, as well as the first instances of collective bargaining. The union locals also organized local food cooperatives and libraries to both feed and educate members of their communities. So this is like the International Workers of the World that traveled around the country stirring up trouble and every strike they precipitated would have bread lines and soup kitchens and children services.

“By rules of the association all acts of violence are strictly forbidden, and any member found guilty of such will not only be expelled from the association, but from the county also…”

“The object of the Workingman’s Benevolent Association is to unite in one band of brotherhood all who earn their bread by hard toil…”

-Anyone that inserts ‘bread’ into labor oration is lying.

Also like the other venues Siney proclaimed passive resistance on paper but agitated crowds with excitful speeches and disrupted miners not participating with his cause. He was arrested May 12, 1875 on conspiracy charges

Siney spent months traveling among the miners in the Saint Clair (Sinclair is an old family name) area, listening to their complaints, in a meeting on 23 July 1868 in Walker’s (Bush warlord dynasty) Hall, Siney presented a draft calling for an eight-hour workday.

Hooked up with Susan B Anthony when he went to the National Labor Union in 1869, Susie agreed to dedicate a column in her rag ‘The Revolution” to the coal miner and his cause. This morphed into Siney’s own paper, The Workingman. (The Workingman was also the shortened name of Karl Marx group before they became the Socialist Party) He was set up with her for training, he was always intending to start his own paper. Anthony was the World Fair connection. An early temperance, anti-slave, Fem character has come up in our discussions on Flag Day and her associations with the Colonial Dames of America fake-history org.

The WBA would go on to live in the United Mine Workers of America, who started their first PA branch in 1890.

The National Labor Union meeting he went to was in Philly, ’69, this is also the time and place of the Knights of Labor birth. the KoL are second rate support club. They failed to act in both the Great Strike of ’77 and the Haymarket Protest in ’86. Knights were a secret club, not referred to by name until 1879, the organization chalked symbols on sidewalks and buildings to call meetings. (This was a common element from the labor/food riots in the U.K.) The KoL Grand Master was also the Mayor of Scranton right after the Great Strike of 77.

 Led by Franklin B. Gowen, president of the Reading Railroad, and Pinkerton’s National Detective Agency, the move to undermine the efforts of the WBA began in 1873, after the last of the smaller operators were forced out of business.  One of Pinkerton’s agents, P. M. Cummings, actually managed to become a WBA official, another Pinkerton infiltrated the MM’s. Maybe Infiltrated isn’t the right word, you cant even say, “They are all on the same team.” since so far all the characters we’ve been introduced to have been media creations.

James McKenna

10 hanged, printed on 7/7/77. coincidence right?

In October 1873, Gowen met in Philadelphia with Allan Pinkerton. Pinkerton’s published account of the meeting depicts Gowen laying out in some detail the existence, background and nature of a criminal secret society called Mollie Macguires, transplanted from Ireland to the coal region of Pennsylvania. In case I forgot to tell you or you haven’t figured it out for yourself yet, Pinkerton is a fictional icon, his journals are the same as George Washington and John Smith. Fake AF.

Thats when McPharlen (or some variation thereof) was chosen to go in as McKenna. After reaching Pottsville in December 1873, he began to frequent the Sheridan House, a saloon run by ‘Big Pat’ Dormer. McKenna soon became a popular character around the bar, his “gift of gab”. In conversation, McKenna let it be known that he was wanted for murder and counterfeiting in Buffalo, New York. Sure, thats always a way to draw attn to yourself in a strange new town full of drunk Irishmen known for a murderous streak. He proved himself to be handy with his fists and soon gained a reputation among the rougher elements who drank at Dormer’s bar.

He won his way into the gang by besting a bareknuckle boxing champion over a poker game. Courtesy of McClures 1894 issue.

His standing was secured after the Coal & Iron Police, a private constabulary raised by Gowen and the mine owners and railroad operators to help protect their interests, arrested McKenna at the bar, interrogated him, and roughed him up. So he stages a confrontation with the cops to build street-cred.

Dormer himself was impressed with McKenna, and in February 1874 took him to the neighboring town of Shenandoah to meet fellow saloon-keeper Muff Lawler. With Lawler’s backing, McKenna got work at the Indian Ridge Shaft and later at the West Shenandoah Colliery. Lawler also introduced McKenna to John ‘Jack’ Kehoe. Kehoe ran the Hibernian House saloon in Girardville, an important Molly headquarters, and was a kingpin in the organization. McKenna soon received an invitation to a secret meeting of the Ancient Order of Hibernian.

This claim right here is enough to call the whole game. The saloon keepers of the day would’ve certainly been on the mine owners payroll. Entertainment is somewhat limited in these parts, the saloon-keeper would have been privy to all information and especially when in control of the liquor tap. 2 months is awful fast for someone to go from fresh off the train with no contacts to being under the wing of the local resistance chapter. Dormer and Lawler would have been expecting someone to come in, either by advanced notice or bartenders intuition. This is also more self-validation for the Aoh that they are a credible organization. By 1874 the AoH are organizing the St. Paddy’s Parade, a military exercise, this means they would have been involved in other militant activities.

Several highly publicized murders took place including that of Benjamin Yost, a police officer who beat up member Thomas Duffy; Welsh mine superintendent John P. Jones was killed for blacklisting strikers; Thomas Sanger, foreman of Heaton’s Colliery and miner William Uren (Wren, of the Gburg diary) had been gunned down two days earlier as they walked along an empty street to work. Sanger died because of an alleged workplace grievance, while Uren, who boarded with the Sanger family, was slain to eliminate him as a witness. (Sanger is one of the Hidden Hand families most noted for the Birth Control Pill and abortion rights fem radical Margaret Sanger, who made her debut during the Bread and Roses strike)

Notice anything about the supposed victims and perps? They’re all from the same side, even though they pretend on the surface to be opponents, everyone works for the mines [Mine as in possessive, wordplay]

The Wiggans Patch Incident is a name given to one of those incidents that are as over the top violent as the scriptwriters can think of. A late-night knock on the local boarding house door signaled a vigilante raid which one molly was shot 18 times and set of fire, another hung and left for dead in the front lawn managed to survive, and a 9 month pregnant female shot in the belly and tits that also survived. This event is what convinced local leaders a snitch was present and is what sent McKenna running back to the city.

This was the grand finale to lead in to the mock trials and fake executions. I tried to push my way through this as best I could but the only sources are the Pinkerton archives and newspapers that arent any better, They read like a Western Dime Novel. There are many downloads available below for anyone that wished to follow up… Start with Kehoe’s own wife, who was related to the supposed victims at Wiggans Patch. Its all insider stuff, prominent families insert themselves into fake history and then exploit, protect, refine and then advance there position for generations.

Pottsville is chosen for the headquarters of the WBA and the site where the fake hangings take place. This is also where mine/canal/railroad owner F. Gowen has his home and law practice, its all controlled opposition so naturally both sides are going to be strong in the same places.

To speed things up, the result is the fake trial and fake hanging taking place on June 21st 1877… Right less than a month before the Great Strike. Crazy the coincidences, right? You can read all the trial details on Famous Trials webpage. Gowan published his lengthy monologue legalese sermon as a popular pamphlet. (Anything on Famous Trials is a mock case)

Kehoe was grant full pardon in 1970, in part bc a movie was made about the ordeal which starred Sean Connery.

The other reason is the individual agent, McParlan, He was also the one said to crack the assassination case of Idaho Gov Stu. This was the big fake case that Big Bill Haywood, the labor agitator from the Bread and Roses Strike, was accused of assassination, also involving dynamite.  

This means we can bet every case involving McParlans is manufactured and they are investigating their own crimes and pretending to catch a bad guy and fake execute them. . Sure, they did muscle and gun for hire but the celebrity cases are all theater. This case shows cooperation with the labor organizers and the opposition, both playing along in a big fat fake trial. 

The fake execution. John Brown, Lincoln assassins, Molly Macguires, Leo Frank, Haymarket Anarchists

*Other notable names associated with the trial include Campbell, the combination of two agent provocateur families Camp and Bell; Albright; Powell; Morrison; Morse; McClain; Lewis; Green; Price; Hinkley; Howe; Williams; Marks (Marx)

John Morse published his account of the trials though it is unclear in what capacity he was involved, at least in the public eye. J. Morse is also the uncle of Lizzie Borden, the famous axe-welding rich bitch that supposedly slew her family and chopped them up with a hatchet. Hey, another hi-profile celeb mock trial and fake execution. [There are several John Morse covers from this time,]

This supposed death threat was originally published by Gowen…bc HE is the one that made it. There is also an account of an assassinated farm boss at a Robert Owen commune that found coffins scratched into his driveway. The Commune played a role in the Combine Reaper development, which is UK ‘s Industrial/Agricultural Revolution, which is where the Molly’s come from… See how they borrow elements and expand to create the next narrative. This phony death threat connects two similar characters that end up with a bullet in the head, i forget the name but his story is in the Agricultural Revolution.

Today, these hangings have been recognized as unjustified, and in 1979 the state of Pennsylvania gave John Kehoe, the alleged king of the Molly Maguires, a full state pardon over a hundred years after his death. Im sure this had nothing to do with the Sean Connery film. June 21, 1877, the sad day when twenty members of the Molly Maguires were hanged, has since been referred by the state of Pennsylvania as “Black Thursday.”

This is a good link someone connects the Molly’s and the draft rebellion

Franklin Benjamin Gowen

Im not saying a man of this stature doesnt have headshots, Im saying his face is only an attempt to humanize an institution, Gowen is more or less an actor, if he existed at all.

We should start with the villain first this time since he is such a central figure in much of the event as owner of… just about everything; the Reading Railroad, the mines, the private security force. He is also the District Attorney, which means he is the person who determines what crimes are taken to trial and under what charges. It also means he owns the court. Anytime you see a single person with this much under his thumb the face is just a trick; humanizing the system is part of the psychological Class war.

First and foremost, anyone named after a fake founding father is not on the same side as the Peasant workers. Sure there are plenty of people that name their children for the prestige or a sense of patriotic Nationalism, but not when they are so high up on the food chain. Always keep that in mind when studying his-story.

He branches out into other Industrialist projects as well. Gowen formed the Coal and Iron Police, a private security firm. He was also part owner of the canals and coal mines.

Gowen also set the stage for the headliner, RR Strike of 77, with a warm-up act featuring the Molly Macguires, an Irish domestic-terrorist group that plagued the worker camps and destroyed mine owners property in the 2-3 years time before the nationwide strike would take place.

Gowen was in charge of the case that climaxed with the mock executions of over 20 people, known as the Molly Macguires. The fake public executions would become part of the Main Event, climaxing with the hangings of the Anarchist and Solicalist leaders during the Haymarket Event

He also cross examined Rockefeller during the Standard Oil Trust lawsuit. He died while pursuing this case, not so much “died” as he was found dead in 1889 in a Washington D.C. hotel bedroom with a bullet in his head and a gun by his side. It was ruled a suicide but maybe it was supposed to be an intimidation thing like he was killed for bring Rockefeller to trial but the trial was bogus, he skipped town to throw the whole thing off, they were on the same side.

Franklin Gowen, whose death in a Washington D.C. hotel room in December 1889 was characterized by the owner of the hotel where the body was ‘found’, the Pinkerton detective in charge, and Franklin’s nephew and business partner all agreed it was suicide. The Washington coroner, who had been out of town at the time, went along with the conclusion of the other three men and pronounced Gowen’s death a suicide.

Here is a link about a guy that wrote the official cover story, he admits to having a personal interest in the story bc his ancestor was a Mollie hung by Gowen, really what it shows is how familial connections still protect the narrative generations later. His point is it was a revenge killing from the MM case and doesn’t even mention the precedent-setting Anti-trust case going on at the time.

I read the exhausting preview of the book, he has a hard time dumbing himself down to the point of creating a narrative to fit his angle. Its pretty bad.

Gowen’s death occurred on a Friday the 13th, the media outlet, Evening Star had exclusive rights which all subsequent reports were based from, not exactly an independent media. it read in part:



He is Found Dead in His Room at Wormley’s


Various Rumors as to the Cause of the Fatal Act

Franklin B. Gowen of Philadelphia. formerly president of the Reading Railroad company, was found dead in his room at Wormley’s hotel at about 1 o’clock this afternoon with a bullet wound through his head.

He [Wormley] found the body of Mr. Gowen lying on the floor with his head under the table. The dead man had evidently stood up before the mirror and fired the fatal shot. The pistol was a Smith and Wesson, thirty-eight caliber, brand new. It lay on the hearth several feet from the body. Its ivory handle was crimsoned with blood. The dead man was very well dressed and his coat and underwear were soaked in blood. Through the wound in the head the brains were oozing. The body was cold, showing that death had taken place several hours ago – probably before last midnight.

Maybe someone should remind these guys he was in the middle of prosecuting Standard Oil. It is fucking amazing, not one single article has mentioned the conflict of interest between Franklin being a coal mine and railroad owner going after an oil tycoon. He was protecting his own. There could be no more example of courtroom mockery and all of a sudden everyone gets amnesia about the petroleum industry prosecuting its self. GTFOH


The locations of action during the labor unrest and RR strike riots of the 1800’s all have another thing in common, there is evidence that the buildings are older than narrative says. It’s a separate thread altogether trying to survey the potential relic structures so I’ll headline the chapter in red.

Henry Clay monument in Richmond, Richmond was another ancient ruined city claimed by the Civil War. Gazebo matches the one from Pottsville shown in the gallery below. (Richmond Ruins)

Henry Clay monument in Pottsville. Clay was a fictional founding father. The Colonial Period was fabricated. These lies are so ingrained into national identity it’d be impossible to question its authenticity. All I see here is the Column of Vendome, during the Paris Commune the statue was toppled and later re-erected. This happened 3 times.
Heres a marker for another Clay monument that states such a scenario, by the 1970’s the statue had to be overhauled.
Here is an 1871 sketch of a Henry Clay monument and another pavilion. Canal St in New Orleans

More Henry Clay, from the Matthew Brady file of fake historical figures. The number and location of monuments means alot. The more one has, the more likely they are to have been fake. A M. Brady portrait is the pinnacle

Image from mid 1800’s Pottsville with multi-tiered canal system. Cropped from image at LOC

Photo blotter Pottsville

  • Above is the most accurate portrayal of MM as of yet. It’s so because this is a cheap Dime Novel account that maybe only a child would consider non-fiction. The Pinkerton character and every one of his cases must have been scripted by the Pre-Comic Book action writers and passed of as genuine history. Looking through the lens provided by this article it is laughably obvious real-life cops and villians dont talk or behave like this. *Intro contains one of the few accounts of the formation in the Old Country, based on the ‘Robyn Hood’ archetype.
  • History of industry, manufacturing, and commerce by Rand and Avery. Gatekeeper narrative of Indian and Colonial contributions, including construction of quarry’s, mines, railroads and canals. [Link]
    • Source has multiple original docs between Pinkerton and Gowen. They are mostly receipts because Pinkerton exists as a legal fiction created by binding-contract magick, These receipts are the spells power source which is the same energy and concept of how fiat currency gets its value. Maritime admiralty law. Pirates.
  • The fake executions provided cover for the agent provocateurs to go out with a new identity and untraceable background. If the Strike was green-lighted at the Philly Expo there should be a corresponding change in the molly cases, maybe the start of the trials, so it would be wrapped up in time. Gowen initiated the beginning with the announcement of further pay cuts, that was the signal. Book contains detailed narrative from 1877.

Fake Elections of 1876

Another layer of the Great Deception was the faux-elections of 1876, this was another blatent example that mockingly shove in the citizens face that there are no honest elections.

The VP was William Wheeler, a Pacific Railroad politican on Capital Hill. Wheeling WV was a headliner during the Strike of ’77. It’s all connected.

The election seasons are always a good time to up the division in America but sometimes they serve as more. The election of ’76 was so bad that the Prez wasn’t sworn in till ’77, under secrecy. This was one of the few admitted cases were the person that lost the election was sworn in as Prez. Hayes was installed by Industrialists, Railroad mongers, Banksters, collectively known as Capitalists.

There is a bunch of rhetoric for readers that get their rocks off sifting through volumes of bullshit but basically Hayes lost the election but some big wigs made the winning party an offer they couldnt refuse if they gave up the office.

The deal was supposedly a bail-out for a ton of money lost on a failed venture of Railroad construction… Thats like saying, “I lost all my money pumping oil.” It just doesn’t work like that. Plus, I mean, come on, there wasn’t any RR construction bc it was already here. I have to stick to the script in much of this to provide Normie timeline context.

Part of the agreement was the withdraw of troops from the South, thereby officially ending the Reconstruction Era. This is significant as well in Timeline context, they started up with the next incident of Civil unrest immediately after the withdraw of the soldiers. (Did you catch it? I just did too, the Reconstruction Era is a mocking play on words, they were literally rebuilding the ruins from the Reset. Like the Industrial Revolution is a revolution in the military sense, not allegorical.)

As complex and integrated as this illusion is, it helps to remember that much of the script is written later. In the case of the scandalous 1876 elections we find a Southern political historian in 1950’s that wrote a book reviewing the material and coining terms to compare to other similar incidents of the Antebellum Period (Pre-Civil War)

The existence of an informal agreement to secure authority was long accepted as a part of American history. Its supposed terms were reviewed and revised by historian in the 1951 book Reunion and Reaction, which also coined the name in an effort to compare the political resolution of the election to the famous Missouri Compromise and Compromise of 1850. Criticism from other historians concede that the theory became almost universally accepted in the years after Woodward published Reunion and Reaction.

Ministry of Truth

Note the other subtle forms of manipulation like saying it was “long accepted” as history, and using the word ‘famous’ to describe events the guy just made up as part of the political buildup to the rise of the Working Class Stiff

Picture of the Hayes inaugaration of 1877, credited to Matthew Brady. This is a textbook example of what purpose the Brady portfolio serves, imagery that props up the fake narrative.

This is like the Gburg Address images of Lincoln that are so out of focus and blurry you cant see anyone.

Bear in mind at the time I am writing this so many of my fellow Peasants are falling for the whole Jan 6 insurrection narrative and after the 2020 fiasco how anyone could trust any election is beyond me. 1876 proves there is nothing new in D.C.

But Wait Theres More

So check this out, the site for the location where the compromise was reached was the Wormley Hotel. The Wormley was the same place that Gowen was discovered shot in the head.

The Hotel was demolished in 1906 and the Union Trust Company took over and built their headquarters. The Union Trust Company is a manifestation of the entity that was the fake Gowen suicide and Compromise. There is also a Union Trust Company in Pittsburgh that likes to act as separate and unconnected. The architecture alone tells the connection. Pittsburgh is a big player in this story.

union_trust_company_of_punion_trust_Detail of building pdf from the 20’s

But Wait, Theres More!

Bonus Round: The Michigan Central Railroad Conspiracy
Introducing another side-plot to our story is the Michigan Central Rail Road. They are involved in several episodes directly related to our subject, but they also have a history all of their own which if you can understand where these people come from you can understand how they operate.
I came into this chapter separately and it shows how seemingly unconnected threads are what make up the complete reality. The boss of the RR was a Macy family, from Nantucket, the kid would grow up to be the writer for Helen Keller, said-husband of lezzie Anne Sullivan.
This story is about the Detroit railroad and property rights. The rail was put in through private property and killed so much livestock the locals took to destroying railroad property due to the RR’s unwillingness to pay reparations.
Things escalate when the RR recruits local intelligence and imports professionals to infiltrate resistance groups. Climax is some railroad cars and stations were torched, ringleaders are rounded up and put on trial.
In reality this case is a way to explain already damaged train depots and property. It could offer an explain to any resistance fighters left before the Civil War came and wiped any feral squatters out. The repetitious reports of random potshots taken at passenger cars
This is the rail road in the Great Strike of 1877 that took the damage in Chicago during the battle of the viaduct. Also in Chicago during the Haymarket Event, these were the workers killed by police the day before, on May 3rd, whose deaths were used to call the speech which was the catalyst.
* The leading characters were all of the New England families. Conspirators, lawyers, the judge was a Pratt, the investors, the politicians… All from wealthy New England merchant families. This is reason enough for me to know how the whole thing played out 
* The media frenzy was used fear porn and manipulation tactics to justify increased police forces curfews and travel restrictions. Victimize the railroad so all of a sudden the focus was not on all the livestock being killed that the owner still wasn’t getting compensated for. 
* Explain the destruction and wasted train engines and stations. The narrative says this incident was used as an excuse for rr owners to build massive stone fortress-type stations after their wooden ones were burnt down, I say there was no wooden ones and the stone fortresses were pre-existing.
* Used to round up real potential threats to the RR. Mixed in with the actors from the families were all the leading anti-railroad movement. At the end half were set free and half were sentenced to hard labor. Real opposition was removed. 
* The man charged with the actual arson of the depot, coincidentally the same guy that ran the counterfeit and prostitution ring conveniently died before trial. The ringleader of the conspirators also died before trial was over, creating a martyr i.e., false idol. He had been there years in advance laying the groundwork. 
* The trial itself was a mockery. Sure, the RR had unlimited resources, money and influence. The investors and bankers and lawyers of the RR are also the judges and governors and congressmen of the territory. Venue changes, rights violated. The supposed deaths of several accused while in custody. ‘Innocent until proven guilty’.
* The defense attn. was jew Sen. Seward imported from NYC Seward’s involvement is a flag in itself as he was supposedly attacked by a Booth co-conspirator the night of Lincolns staged assassination. 
* Fire seemed to be an Modus Operandi. of MCRR. There were several fires in the 1850’s aside from the arson. These fires were written up as accidents but there are no accidents dealing with these groups, they were setting their own stuff on fire or it was already burnt. 
* Change of venue was allowed, A RR investor was also a member of the House of Reps. He created a brand-new law just to make it possible for the trial to be moved to the right jurisdiction where the show was to be held. The defense attorney agreed to the move, even though the original jurisdiction was favorable. 
* The RR admitted to using a paid informant network of spies and double agents who admitted they didn’t know what side they were working for all the time.
* This intelligence network supposedly also happened to uncover a counterfeit and prostitution ring by coincidence. There was an awful amount of money being thrown around to people not used to folding money, it was as fake as the trial. The prostitution ring was just to sex things up for the narrative.
* Set the stage for a much larger production later of RR and private property rights. This was contained in one state. The post-war anti-railroad movement and Granger laws were a few years later and involved multiple states. This was the runner up. That’s another pattern we identified. A smaller production is played out before the grand finale’ 
* The first news stories are not consistent. With each other or with the official court documents. 
* Public resentment caused the RR to pardon some of the innocent, and even pay restitution money for time and trouble. They admit this was to quell outcry and prevent more anti-rail sentiment, which was still heavy bc they had still avoided paying for the livestock killed by trains, then any sense of moral duty. 
* The ringleader is memorialized in statue. Marble instead of bronze this time but close enough. 
* One thing the incident did was co-opt the term ‘Railroad Conspiracy’. Algorithms ensure all traffic trying to research the real conspirators head on are brought to this case.
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The General Strike of 1877

Regurgitated Script

The Great Railroad Strike of 1877 was an early event which many of the contemporary projects stemmed from. It was also a chapter that bridges a before and an after event; the Mollies led into the Great Strike, and the Strike leads into Haymarket.

Workers from all fields would unite and rise up against the Slave-Owing Class at all major RR junction towns. There must have been great battles all across the board during the Reset Event, damage in the South could be dismissed as Civil War related but that wouldn’t work in the North, so something else had to be written in. The destruction of the RR is the main part of the script of the event in every town.

This chapter contains multiple elements from the French Revolution pt 1, 2, and 3, and the Bread and Roses Strike, was a product of the Philly World Fair Expo in ’76 . Its political association is Socialism/Communism but in essence its about the slave class rising up against the overlord tyrants. Maybe thats why we keep seeing this play out over and over, if they lead the revolution themselves it’s not really a revolution is it now, did you ever think of that? Well let me tell you this time they were successful, at least the chapter in St Louis, they were the recognized de-facto authority by hostile take over and they walked away and everyone on both sides acted like the whole thing never happened.

Even this event is an illusion, a nation wide event was orchestrated in part to consolidate control of the railroad. The railroad is an ancient artifact, none of these people built it, they just inherited control and internal power struggles within factions would play out under the guise of a simple railroad strike.

What it really was was a successful highly organized Socialist coup d’état. At least on paper. All trades struck. Nationwide. Simultaneously. Right at the climax, at the peak of momentum the controlled opposition leadership intentionally stalled to give the Feds the time they needed to regroup, at which time the leaders turned their compound over without a shot being fired and walked away free men. 

The period after the civil war was pretty sucky for a lot of people, especially around 1871 with the ‘Great Fire”, I’m gonna tell you in case you hadn’t noticed yet, anything with the word ‘Great’ in the title has been a production. We haven’t gone off into that direction yet but the Great Fire was awfully convenient for a lot of people. All the Pinkerton’s records were destroyed for example, ironic since the headliner himself wasn’t even a flesh and bone person, and the International Harvester works lost all their old equipment. The works would play an important role later, the Haymarket Riot occurred here resulting in multiple deaths and a fake public execution.

1873 there was further recession (soup kitchens, mass unemployment, pay cuts…) which was the result of railroad stock marketing manipulation, this time pet-named ‘The Great Panic’ of ‘73, also called the ‘Long Strike” that lasted for four years before finally coming to a head in ‘The Great Strike”. Gowan would go down on history books as the architect of the Long Strike trying to wear out resistance operations in the mining camps

*See also: Credit Mobilier Scandal– Ghost company created on paper to funnel govt construction fund money into private hands. That’s an inside joke, there was no construction, so mismanagement and theft of construction funds is a real knee slapper. I dont mean absolute zero construction, they had to repair and reroute tracks and stuff.

 By 1877 the railroad industry collapsed on paper but it was a corporate takeover. As the story books go, near the end of July the people were sufficiently agitated to fight back. It is remembered as a Railroad strike, but it was not a railroad strike. All workers supported each other joined forces for the first and only time. A successful Marxist Socialist Revolution that’d been building up since the civil war, the worker was the new slave, as many people were about to find out first hand, the Civil War wasn’t about ending slavery.

Fighting stretched across the United States, form the East coast to the West. It kinda had to get the federal status upgrade. In all cities with heavy resistance there is an organizing force to unite the common worker. Marx is representative of a system, They just had two scripted episodes of the French Revolution play out to seemingly validate the new political theories. The Communist Manifesto was published with Marx’ name on it within days of the French Rev in 1848 and while the Paris Commune broke out as he had an official narrative history ready to pass out within days, that only happens so fast if it was sitting on a shelf. Marx had also started up the workers rights org, International Workers Association, which would play a central role in the strike and in the larger picture, organizing the labor force during the Industrial Revolution. We’ll get back to this later.

Most of the street fighting was done with a mercenary army. The feds were not as participant as history tells, it is the authority that is important. In each city a ‘Public Safety Commission’ was formed and authority bestowed and even sigils were used as anybody that could fight was fighting, whatever side you were on didn’t matter. Many were fighting on the same side. The vigilante peacekeepers were a mix that included many civil war (military trained) vets. That’s the takeaway, there was a heavy civilian ex-military element so the troops didn’t have to be there, yet, they would make a cameo appearance before it was all over with.

Karl Marx was running the show from his European command center through his First International boots on the ground operatives. These are among the NWO Reset agents that disguise their own agendas with altruistic and philanthropic movements.  Later the Workmen’s Party would change its name to the National Socialist Party to avoid any snoopers making the connections.

Newspapers of the times made mention of the presence of this group being in each venue but that was more like a Capitalist smear campaign and the involvement was never pursued. As if there was a real difference between the Capitalists, Socialists, and Railroad Syndicate. The papers only name-drop themselves for posterity

Marx’ comment “the first attack against the associate capital oligarchy… will of course be smashed, but it could serve as a beginning for the establishment of a serious labor party.” came not as a prediction or speculation, but foreknowledge and direct influence of the outcome of the fight itself. They never wanted change; this was a social experiment to test his political theories. Well not his you know; this was happening no matter who was there at the time. Marx is just a face given to ideas to make them easier to impose on the orphan class. It wasn’t really a theoretical test either, those came by way of the French Revolution.

 I see the insertion of race relations into the arena of the great RR strike that are a sign from modern times, as everything is geared toward racism. It always has been a racist, classist system but this has a modern flavor as historians try to whitewash the controlled opposition leaders and their groups, they have to acknowledge the racism of its base. Of course they’re racist. The researchers tend to overplay the significance of the role of blacks and promote white guilt. That being said, I don’t want to take away from the black experience, but I would like to comment on the ppl that like to comment on how the blacks were treated. This is an attempt to hide Socialist racism. 

There is also a pattern starting to develop around ethnic groups. The labor organization of the future being grouped together by nationality and then having a representative speak on that group’s behalf. This might be the beginning of a new phase in history. With the supposed abolishion of slavery now there are new ethnic groups to throw in the mix. Decades of mass immigration/repopulation add a layer too, nationalities of every sort are grouped together by their own kind. Patriotism is a form of compartmentalization.

The violent outbreak would start in the mining areas of West Virginia and work their way west along the railroad. Major urban areas from Baltimore, Pittsburgh, St Louis, Chicago, and San Francisco


The catalyst happened in Martinsburg WV, and followed the rails across the nation in days . News that the B+O RR was cutting wages for the third time in a year prompted workers to walk off. Well they didn’t really walk off, railmen parked a train full of cattle and pulled the pins from the couplings so it could not be easily moved, where by now 75 trains with 1,200 cars of freight were backed up with no way of reaching their destination.

Strikers stuck around and when cheap labor scabs tried to take over the striking workers held their ground, effectively stopping the railway. A confrontation between a cop and a striker led to the mayor came in. He got booed off so he called for the state militia for back up.  

The Berkeley Light Infantry Guard, out of Wheeling, under Capt. Charles J. Faulkner Jr. marched to the scene. Faulkner declared he had done his duty, and his troops, according to Harper’s Weekly, “marched to their armory and ingloriously disbanded, leaving the rioters in possession of the field, and the road blocked up with standing trains on the sidings.” 

When the state militia showed up they sided with the strikers and refused to break the strike. Many of the militiamen were railroad workers, or relatives. They refused orders and took up with the workers. The Striker shot at a militia man who return fired and mortally wounded the first shooter, this caused the whole militia to stop fighting, many were family members. This is verbatim the same thing that happened in the French Revolution.

Communication transcript of officers

The complete chain of command had been involved from the local sheriff to the Prez of the US within one day.  

The next day news of the strike had spread and violent clashes with state militias and federal troops began popping up all the way westward. The Railroad is a vehicle for the transmission of information. The train was the fastest way to tell the next town it had begun. In many places the telegraph lines were cut and whoever controlled the railroad controlled communication.

That Martinsburg was ground zero was strategic, it was a major junction spot. News spread all along the B+O, that was the goal, to get it in as many places as fast as possible, From Baltimore to Cleveland was fighting and mass arson. Destruction of property, but it’s interesting the places that were destroyed like old wooden stations had been rebuilt as solid stone fortresses. This is a cover story to explain the existence of old world architecture, there never were any old wooden stations, the railroad appropriated the stone buildings and slapped a phony history on the side of the building. In all places workers of all trades came out to support the strikers. Completely outnumbered the state militias but that didn’t matter because the militia was joining the strikers. 

Reading, PA

READING. Pa., July 23.-The railroad troubles, which have created intense excitement in this city, culminated in a serious outbreak last night. Shortly after ten o’clock, upon the arrival of the last passenger train from Philadelphia, about 1,000 men followed after the train, from Seventh and Penn streets to the new passenger depot. Night trains were prevented from leaving the depot, and several hundred persons commenced the obstruction of the tracks of the Lebanon Valley Railroad leading to Harrisburg. Two cabooses were set on fire and an alarm of fire having been struck; the entire fire department responded. The firemen were prevented, however, by the crowd from extinguishing the flames, attention having been directed to the burning cars. The work of destruction was continued at other points along the road tearing up tracks, turning and blocking switches, and burning freight cars. A train of freight cars on the main track on Second street crossing was set on fire and five cars were totally consumed. The Lebanon Valley Railroad bridge, a magnificent structure, across the Schuylkill, costing over fifty thousand dollars, was fired at the western end shortly before midnight, and totally destroyed. At 1:35 A.M. all the span[unclear] had fallen into the river. The object in destroying the bridge is believed to have been to prevent the passage of troops through this city to Harrisburg and points on the Pennsylvania Railroad.

July 23.-The mob which has been tearing up the track here to-day came in contact with a portion of the Fourth Regiment shortly after seven o’clock this afternoon. The soldiers fired into the crowd, killing four and wounding several others.

-Several thousand persons assembled along the Reading Railroad this afternoon and stopped freight, coal and passenger trains, only permitting mail trains to proceed. At eight o’clock this evening seven companies of the Fourth regiment, National Guard of Pennsylvania, arrived and proceeded along the railroad to Penn street. While in the depot, extending two squares from Walnut to Penn street, the soldiers were assailed with stones and immediately began firing, it is alleged without orders, doing bad work among an immense concourse of peoples in the vicinity, among whom were many respectable citizens, as well as ladies and children. The troops fired down Seventh and up and down Penn streets.

Five persons are known killed and from eighteen to twenty-five wounded, several mortally wounded. Among the wounded are seven policemen, some seriously. Chief Callen had a narrow escape, having been shot in the breast, but a thick book turned the ball. The police were stationed along the railroad tracks, to preserve order and received the full fire of the military. A number of soldiers were knocked down by large stones thrown at them. Great excitement prevails to-night. The mob broke into the armory of the Reading Rifles and captured all their guns and sacked the gun stores. They threaten vengeance upon the military. – The killed and wounded reported is thirty. Seven were instantly killed. Fourteen soldiers were wounded.

The names of the killed and wounded include Weaver, Eisenhower, 2 Kissinger’s, Quinn and Clark among others. Theres no way this many prominent family members would be on this list unless they wanted to be.

In the depot the locomotive was seized by several persons in the crowd, while the platform was crowded by a dense throng. Passengers were notified not to get on the cars, and it appeared as though the train would not get out of the depot, and make the remainder of its trip. A squad of twelve officers of the Philadelphia and Reading Coal and Iron Company’s police, in charge of Capt. Alderson, who arrived from Pottsville at six o’clock, made a charge upon the crowd, armed with Spencer rifles and Navy carbines. They drove back the crowd for some distance, but afterwards retreated to the baggage room in the depot. During the melee, one of the police discharged his carbine, the ball penetrating the platform.

*The Coal and Iron Police were a private security force set up by F. Gowan, pres of the RR and Canals And everything. It seems like it was made just for the Strike

James Nolan, a railroad and bridge contractor for many years, was born in Ireland in 1844. His dad moved to New York in 1849 where he worked as a stone-cutter. In 1855 James Nolan engaged in stone-bridge-building for the Lebanon Valley Railroad. Young James Nolan stayed in New York for some years to learn stone-cutting and at 17 worked on St. Patrick Cathedral as an apprentice. The Nolan Brothers contracted with the Pennsylvania Railroad and the P & R for various projects – for 30 years. Their specialty was bridges. Locally, they constructed the Hampden Reservoir and extensive sections of Reading’s storm-sewer system. The large brownstone apartment house on the northeast corner of 4th and Walnut was a Nolan project. James Nolan was a director of the Farmers National Bank, Reading Steam Heat & Power Co., Reading Brewing Co., Reading Stove Works, Reading Academy of Music (Rajah, later), Reading Electric light & Power Co., St. Joseph’s Hospital, and president of Reading Trust Co. James Nolan, who died in 1914, was the father of 3 children, one of whom was James Nolan, III – better known as attorney and local historian J. Bennett Nolan.

You can see the original portion of the bridge which was repaired after the “Strike.”

Reading was home of the first Knights of Labor convention.


Pittsburgh Railyard Reset Ruins

At the time, all of this escalating violence so close to home, the Pittsburgh RR decided to reveal they plan to switch to a double headed train for efficiency, which means less workers required. It also means this is more dangerous and means less pay for workers that do stay on, so PA erupts into violence. So it’s pretended that the two are disconnected, the strike and the decision to switch to the more efficient method. You’d think the owners would keep their head down to avoid conflict, but no they do the opposite and provoke the crowd. The double headed train is a proxy anyway, they just needed something for the papers.  

So frequently was the state militia deserting to side with the workers it was decided in Pittsburgh to send in troops from Philly bc local boys were ineffective. Hostilities between Pittsburgh and Philly were so intense because of the grudge carried over from labor conflict. The Pittsburgh Workingmen’s chapter started by local Capitalists was shunned by the Philly chapter. The cities are associated by name only. During peace-time business deals, Philly was given preferential treatment.

At first there was no bloodshed in Pittsburgh, it was just Strikers refusing to allow trains through. In many cases all throughout the nationwide strike the mail cars were allowed to pass. The relatively peaceful situation changed when the Philly militia showed up and started killing people. (This is taken from the French Rev as well, when the local guard joined the ‘mostly peaceful’ protesters and King Phil had to call in reinforcements from outside Paris.)

After Philly opened up killing women and children Pittsburgh vowed revenge and set most of the city on fire. This merits further investigation. Philly had just hosted the first World Fair the year before, that’s where all this was drafted by the International Workingman Parties. 

The narrative goes something like this:

On July 21, as these troops faced a crowd that had gathered around the 28th street crossing near Liberty Ave., pistol shots rang out. To this day, no one is sure who fired first. In response, the militia shot into the crowd, killing more than 20 people.
Stunned strikers and onlookers dispersed, but the act ultimately ignited a fiery riot. By that evening and through July 22, thousands of people flooded city streets, clashing with the militia and each other. Fire destroyed more than 30 buildings, including the Pennsylvania Railroad’s Union Depot, and thousands of pieces of rolling stock, including locomotive engines and rail cars. Cannons were placed on bridges into Allegheny City to prevent the angry mob from crossing. By the time the violence began to subside, a large section of Pittsburgh lay in ruins.

The first u.s. Commissioner of Labor, Carroll Wright, wrote in 1906 that it was the rail owners that set fire to old property to collect insurance. The thing about Wright is, well, he’s a Wright. How do you think Carroll made the first Commissioner spot anyway? Hard work and good decision making?

I wont waste our time going into details of what supposedly happened back then, its all lies. The train yards were already in ruins and the Strike was invented bc they needed a way to make them appear fresh.

Check out the sales pitch

Look at the damage, this is the same imagery we find down south they blame the Civil War on and in Europe they use WW1. No, these are ancient ruins. Besides the fact that the whole scenario is the French Revolution and the official narrative comes from Harpers Weekly and Frank Leslies, who are nothing but cover story (con)artists. Look at the number symbolism; No. 13 on 31 St., No. 33 on 33 St. GTFOH.

Those are the photographic evidence, you can compare this to other sites everywhere on earth. Next, here is the sketched in narrative, which they need to come up with for the wage-slaves.

See also the Reading Massacre. Reading is a significant town in the future of labor organizing


Chicago saw the most deaths out of all the cities. Most sources report between 18 and 33 workers dead with 13 dead cops. Rioters shot it out with police on the streets for 3 days. The numerical markers are all here right up front,

Right off the top we see the Agent Provocateurs are our good friends at the Michigan Central Railroad. They are the ones that kicked things off on July 25 they walked off the job. They had been running training exercises and practice drills for years just for this kind of event. The next morning complicit spook wartime propaganda rag Chicago Tribune runs the simple headline “IT’S HERE”. MCRR was involved in another railroad scam outside Detroit remembered as the Great Railroad Conspiracy.

The day before our boy Albert Parsons hypeman spoke at a rally in front of tens of thousands of immigrants he referred to as the ‘assembled Grand Army of Starvation’, mocking the Union as the Grand Army of the Republic. This call for organizing is supposedly what cost his job at the Tribune and got him fast tracked to the mayor’s office where 30 members of the Board of Trade threatened to hang him. Maybe they did stick a gun in his face on the way out the door but this meeting served as an information exchange for the coming events. It was a fake fall out for street cred, Parsons would be publicly hanged in the future for his role in the labor organizing, a fake hanging after a mock trial.

Whatever was said at that meeting is unknown but Parsons kept himself unseen, and the rest of the Workingmens Party leadership went quiet. Tens-of-thousands of starving slave class workers went unorganized around the city destroying property. The mayor swears he gave the order to fire only blanks and over the workers heads (lol, sure he did) but as the crowds came closer the cops fired directly into the crowd.  More French Revolution script, when the first accidental shot went off and the whole army opened up on the crowd. Parsons was on the same side as the politicians and industrial capitalists, his job was only to whip the crowd up into a frenzy. The meeting he supposedly had with city management was probably he got a gold star for the day and a paycheck. As Agent Provocateur his work was over, that’s why he wasn’t seen again till the next time his services were needed.

Get this, The first report of death is in front of the McCormick Reaper works Same place as the catalyst of the Haymarket operation.  The McCormick Works would soon become the International Harvester Works. Notice anything? It means they were not opposition at all. Each would shorten their name to only the ‘International”.

The main battle itself lasted for several days and is remember as the ‘Battle for the Viaduct.’ Large crowds were gathered, police ordered to disperse crowd. The crowd was retreating when officers opened fire. This pissed the masses off which turned and charged the cops. Cops turn to run away. Citizens had them cornered till a youth opened the bridge for their escape and to let in the Feds returning from the Indian wars. The viaduct was destroyed bc it is part of the canal system, that means it is as ancient as the railroads. Any excuse to erase a relic from the olde world is always used. The returning soldiers were part of the Indian Wars that didnt happen. Their appearance is noteworthy here as well. They only mention their own.

Interestingly, contemporary media accounts report guerrilla warfare tactics in that every time the cops would show up the crowd would dissolve only to reappear somewhere else. More French Revolution script. The Pinkertons were from Chicago, they had home court advantage. The Board of Trade and the City Council are the same thing. They voted plenary powers to be issued to citizen volunteer vigilantes. This is the same move enabling the same powers to hold their proxy street war. Paid mercenaries shooting it out with deputized vigilantes.

Reported casualties are estimated around 18 workers but nobody is 100% sure as many of the bodies were thrown into a mass grave at the local lime pit. Aces and Eights. Many of the bodies in a mass grave could mean anything, maybe there were no bodies and the whole thing is written in as something else with a new narrative attached. That would explain the suspicious lack of monuments at the site. These people love to pay homage to themselves, soething of this magnitude should have at least a bronze or an obelisk.

There are more instances of recycled French Revolution material here I didn’t include, such as the time frame, the whole episode in Chicago happened in 3 days, same as France. The looting of the gun store is another one.  

The Federal Troops arrived just in time to save the city, they were the same outfit that was returning from the Indian Wars, Custer’s Last Stand. This openes a whole nother thread; there were no Indian Wars either

St Louis Commune

In what is called the St Louis commune today gets its name from the Paris Commune socialist revolt of 1871. It was, in my opinion, a successful Socialist revolution. 

The strike started July 23rd after speeches made by 2 politicians, a judge and prominent lawyer, far from working class immigrants. 

500 Workingmen Party members showed up singing La Marcellaises, a tune from the French Revolution, Paris Commune, or so says the NYT coverage of the day. They compared the two several times on front page headlines 

The first order of business was to establish an Executive Committee, the first order of business from the EC was to blockade the railroad until terms were renegotiated. Passenger trains were continued, and the EC collected the fare. Freight was halted.  

StL in particular be a river cuts it in half, you have StL and East StL. Each side has its own mayor, looks like both mayors were in on it. 

In East StL the mayor appointed a special team of strikers as task force to police railroad property. Let that sink in for a second. The hand chosen rioters were given special police powers to patrol the property of the railroad. This incident is a microcosm of the whole revolution. They are all on the same side. The committee even when so far as to close all saloons within 6 blocks of the rail depot to, lest some drunken antics led to a midnight arson. Mayor Bowman also served as ambassador to the RR companies in the Name of the Strikers. Nothing creepy about that guy 

In regular StL the mayor enacted no preventive measures and they had a speaker’s wagon set in the middle of Lucus Market. The EC detailed a special committee to liaison with the mayor, chairman was Lofgreen, which is a variation of the Greenleaf spook family. Committee made up of shoemakers, cobblers, not the surname, but I have seen many familiar names from other events. 

StL mayor could not stop the feds arrival the next day 6 companies of the 23rd US Infantry from Kansas supported by two Gatlin guns. The 23rd Infantry had just returned from the fake battle of little big horn *check out Custers life insurance policy for direction. Their involvement is enough evidence I need to know the whole show is rigged. 

Another EC was created to harness the power of a general strike, not just the railroad workers but all trades joined in. Here we see the majority of members are considered unskilled laborers and is seen as a sign of the times that the depression was so low it reached into other areas of the working class such as doctors and students and newspaper men and pharmacist and white-collar workers. Funny how all the trades remembered of the inner circle are intel markers. 

Local business proprietors and merchants hired up their own gangs of special committee of military veteran, Blackwater security forces to ‘protect’ their property. The two leaders of this team were civil war gens, one Union and one Confederate, AJ Smith and JS Marmaduke. this also shows two opposing forces working on the same team. 

IWP motto, ‘Death to thieves, incendiaries and murderers’ had to’ve been wrote by a RRS, to protect their property from thief’s and firebugs. Who else would make up a motto so stupid except one of their own. They printed out and distributed a Proclamation which really doesn’t say anything except to remind people of the motto and throw in there some more of the 8-hr. workday rhetoric. Mainly what it did was establish the authority of the EC. Just the fact it was printed and circulated is mentioned by mainstream cover-story authors that the power was accepted. You and me both know they probs had them bitched printed up the week before and were sitting on the shelves. Actually, this is the first time they have been subjected to anything except dem and rep. Both were to be found lacking to the common working person so this introduction to Socialism was to be for them to jump start the political platform. The Workingmens Party changed their name to National Socialist Party. That Proclamation is so generic and broad it could’ve been printed up at any point in time by Marx himself and nobody would’ve been the wiser. The language of the proclamation gives it away. Terms like monopolist and capitalist were Marxist socialist terms 

A parade was held on main street with brass marching band complete with red flags were flown and banners that read ‘No Monopoly, Workingmens Rights ‘all over the city, this is said to be bc they were the only flags available and they came from the brakemen’s tool of the trade. That’s bullshit. They were red socialist flags being flown as a declaration they had won. These people had been in a military victory parade and they didn’t even know it. 

 This is a good one: somewhere along the route an unnamed marcher showed up with a loaf of bread and declared it a symbol of the worker’s struggle. We can surmise bread and the symbolism of life goes back as far as there has been labor disputes. Even the local press acknowledged the organization and leadership skills of the strikers. This was part of the promotion, street cred. 

On the 26th was more violence, scuffles broke out between tradesmen were covered by the NYTimes, who had been record keeping the whole incident play-by-play to the rest of the world. The speech of the night of the 26th calls to seize the govt. Recall the bank charters and nationalize the railroad (give it to the people). Also, the 8-hr. work day is omnipresent at dozens of decades of labor disputes. This is the first time someone finally admits it for what it was, strike leader, Thomas Curtis, calls to take it to the presidency, admits “It’s not a strike, it’s a social revolution.” 

Recall the bank charter sounds good but it is legalese word fuckery, in attempt to get the dollar off the gold standard. Printing worthless ‘greenbacks’ 

Another parade was scheduled for 10 the next morning. All business was shut down without permission of the EC. One example of this was the sugar refinery, Jacobinmag tells us they had several tons of sugar that would spoil so they went to the committee who allowed them to open, even prompting workers to come off strike and sending 200 men guard. I mention this bc they mention it first, remember they only promote and remember their own. The sugar industry to be as corrupt as any of other Railroad or Fruit slave labor. It is fitting they would be allowed to remain open with a guard detail. Other historians say this incident signifies the corporations submitting to their authority. I say its bullshit, the sugar plant never closed bc they are an undercover slave industry. Probs worse than the American Railroad. Slavery had recently been abolished in the States, at least on paper, but not the plantations of , say, Puerto Rico or Haiti. Here is a link about how the sugar industry has partnered up with Harvard and NYTimes to false report the ill-effects of sugar and blame it on fat. Here is another on how the sugar industry funds both sides of politics for gain and protection. Here is a third article about a boiler explosion at the refinery in StL which killed a Heminghoffer…Like a mix of Hemingway and a Hoffman all rolled up into one. There are all kinds of sketchy names and numbers associated in this gory article. 

Two primary sources I used for an account of the StL commune both inject black culture unsuccessfully to avoid sounding racist themselves by saying the individual is singled out and it isnt the sentiment of the whole. Both sources are noticeable but it is in separate places. They both veer the reader off-course in other places too, that means two dif places have both hyped up the black experience in an effort to sound inclusive. Inclusivity is a cover for division. The authors are still being racist by forcing the invented Black experience on the reader. 

July 26th the EC stalls. Right after they had over taken the entire city and had parades a general order was issued forbidding all gatherings. They essentially shut down their own revolution. His-story blames inexperienced leadership like it all just kinda fell apart for no reason, like ‘we got it, now what’re we gonna do with it’, and drop the ball. They didn’t want any real change. They stalled on purpose which gave the feds the time they needed to strike back. 

When the Feds stormed the revolutionist stronghold on the 27th they found it empty. A few arrests of some people written up as reports for being where ‘they had no business being’ but the Committee had escaped. They didn’t even need firsthand early warning; the whole thing was scripted from the beginning. There was a big Hoo-rah and parade that was the queue to shut things down. The feds marched the street width abreast along with mounted cannon and cleaned house. There was some political rhetoric between the mayor and the Party about returning to work and conditions.  

The EC turned themselves in the next day and were detained on some trumped-up charges. No consequences for any member, all charges dropped. 

San Francisco

In San Francsico it is remembered as a race riot in today’s PC atmosphere bc it targeted the Chinese labor force. Modern his-storians forget to mention the unrest was only one chapter in a national movement, focusing on the racial aspects. I have found this similar derailment in other cities as well. And in literature, the book St Louis Commune 1877 blames the whole thing on mistreatment of black workers. Maybe it has some good useful information, but it was written as a jewish misinfo tool so I didn’t read any once I could see past the bullshit.  

The incident in SF is treated as a isolated and unconnected incident, some sources even go so far as to claim in was instigated by a different Workmen’s Party the night the violence started. After the completion on the intercontinental railroad there were scores of Chinese immigrant labor, mainly employed by the Pacific Central RR Syndicate. (Yep, the same RRS from the Credit Mobilier Scandal. This indicates the Workmen and the RR are on the same team. *Good link

Even the NY Times got in on the anti-coolie rhetoric, publishing the headline the Chinese aren’t welcomed here bc the do not vote and work for cheap labor. The violence was directed almost exclusively at the Chinese but that was bc they made up the workforce, not out of general racism as the disinfo cover agents lead you to believe. Hangings, shootings, destruction of property, assaults. 

 I see this as several overlapping projects working together. The Chinese by large has been kept isolated from the western world as a social engineering experiment. They collaborated on some things, such as the birth control pill and mind control research but the general public were kept apart. The PCRR imported cheap Chinese workers, then when the job was done, they cut them loose the guilded capitalist way, they organized a race riot against the population. It wasn’t about racism; they were the foreign work force the true Workmen would call brother. 

A few months after the Upheaval when the Social Labor Party was officially announced the third item on their articles of resolutions states:  

“The importation of Coolies under contract must be immediately prohibited, and coolies already in America released from similar obligations.”  

This article shows to me they are not about service to all workers regardless of race. As we saw a better example of how they treated black strikers in other cities pretty much consistently across the board. Marx was a racist, this is a Marxist leaning organization, its not hard to put that one together, and that there was a broader attack on the Chinese altogether. Sentiment was stoked in the usual manner and eventually led to the Chinese Exclusion Act of 1882. Of all the imported immigrant nationalities, like Irish, African, Italians, and jews, only the Chinese was there a ‘no contact’ order put on the table. This wasn’t lifted till 1943, after that a 104 Chinese immigrant quota was in effect till ‘63. 

There was a pamphlet written up titled ‘Labor Agitation and the Battle for Bread’, subtitled, the Chinese Must Go. Could this be yet another proto-Bread and Roses pet name being refined? We have several more suspects instances already. 

The Workmen loudmouth led over 2,000 protesters to Nob Hill, a Housing Complex built by the RRS warlords in the area.  They joked about going to invite the owners to the riots. They even built bonfires for seeing light. Are you fucking kidding me? They were the inside agents, Pinkertons in one form or another. A bloodlust crown of thousands goes to the elite’s backyard…as a jest? If it was a real crowd in an organic riot, they would have ripped those jerkoffs limbs off. They didn’t even torch the mansions. This proves to me the leader of the California Workmen’s chapter was really a railroad intelligence agent. Also, the chapter was only a few months old, that’s how the disinfo sites claim they are not affiliated with the east coast IWA, well if this was all being organized months in advance, I’d say the people to start the chapter to do the boots on the groundwork would be the RRS itself. This would explain the location chosen so close to the robber barons complex, for protection. 

Another ‘coincidence’ is the authority put together a ‘Committee of Public Safety’. The mayor set up a special force, (Pinkertons) complete with little special badges. They were also called the Axhandle Committee. [A contemporary SF paper complimented the police that an upgraded billyclub had been issued: “A better instrument in the skull cracking business than any other design…” there’s another M.O.] In at least one other city (Stlouis) the mayor formed an Executive Committee of Public Safety. 

This PDF was written by Kearney


Baltimore is another city in decay at the very beginning. This place had its own Great Fire and hosted a World Fair not long after the strike. That right there is anough to discredit anything at all they say about this town. these are prestigious marks not everyone recognizes

July 16th a pay reduction took effect, this is pretty universal, most participating cities had a pay reduction a few days before the battle. Some places had several deductions. Several manufactering trades were already striking.

July 17th a locomotive is derailed.

On July 20th B&O prez asked the MD gov to send troops to Cumberland where the situation had deteriorated. The order was issued for the 5th and 6th troops to proceed to their respective arsenals. As the daily shift was ending the city alarm went off for the first time. Excited innocents flooded out into the streets to see.

a few hundred of the 5th reg began the march to Camden station to catch the train to Cumberland were met with bricks and bats but held their own.

The 6th reg assembled at their armory, the Phoenix tower, (anything named Phoenix is a clue)were met by several thousand strikers. Backup was called in and many Baltimore cops showed up but got beaten back into the armory with the troops.

By 8 pm a decision was made to march across town. about 500 troop and 200 cops marched through the streets stopping to blast off a few rounds at mobsters all the way. At 8:30 5th, 6th red and the cops made it to Camden Station. History records that they were met at the station by the gov of MD, the mayor of Baltimore, the General of the Army and the Prez of the B&O railroad. Lol, thats the funniest thing I heard all day. Thats just a pure fairy tale any of those people were at the train station. It was at this time they decieed to pproceed to Cumberland would be too dangerous. The train was steamed up ready to go with 11 cars. Thats you mark right there. The 11 tells you the big wigs werent there.

The group stayed throughout the night, keeping watch in shifts, while the striking mob of 15,000 set fire to railroad property.

The next morning all but 11 members of the 5th deserted and the two units were consolidated. Strikers attempted to set fire to railroad property all across the city. Two new regs were established and Federal troops were brought in to quell arsonists.

Negotiations are said to have failed at the end, the railroad fired everyone that wouldnt return to work.

Troops were sent to Pittsburgh where the fighting was still ongoing.

“What was worse, the debacles set a style for the later violence of the 1880s and 1890s. Homestead…Haymarket…the Pullman strike debacle were typical examples. The pattern of invoking armed intervention to break strikes was repeated over and over again until the scene shifted to the more evenly matched battles of the 1930s and more recent years,” said The Sun Magazine.

The first Labor Day Parade was held five years later in New York City on Sept. 5, 1882.

B. Sun July 22, Baltimore Sun July 23, 1877 , Sun, July 26, 1877


Grafton is noteworthy for several reasons. The whole town is centered around the train station. You can tell at the earliest pictures the town is already in decay.

Grafton is also home of the International Shrine for Mothers Day, theres an article here I wrote about the formation of Mothers Day worth taking a look at. Physical locations will make connections just as well as dates or agent family names or symbols. The town was spooky enough, on top of that there was alot of activity in the 1877 Strike as well.

Aside from logistical advantages I don’t see why this town has such the draw that it does. This historical images repository has pics from what it says are the same years as the strike. There is no way anything of this magnitude could come from the decaying village of Grafton.

The repository has this image, unfortunatly its not dated but the title says ‘Severe Burn Victim’. Im sure you can see my concerns. They mustve got him from the Matthew Brady crisis-actor portfolio.

Historic images

This letter to the editor from the July 20, 1877 Baltimore American supports the strikers as having “just cause” and criticizes the government officials for overreacting and creating the crisis.

The fact the local media outlet was chosen to spread the memo is suspect as well. Anytime the media is used to send a wide message you know the whole story is bullshit; the Zodiac Killer, BTK, and the Unibomber are a few that come to mind. A serious party would not rely on such an unreliable party for one and two the of a strike would know who the media really is; they are a fractal of the RR themslves, no way would a real resistance would trust the media, thats as true today as it was 200 years ago. So for this reason I dont trust the Grafton Strikers, even if I didnt know about they’re Mothers Day connection, still got to include them in my essay.

JUSTICE. [Just-us]


President Rutherford Hayes’ Manifesto Against Domestic Violence proclamation in Cumberland along B&O line. We have already gone over Hayes role in this. If there was an actor that played Prez Hayes he missed his own inauguration. His character needs to be there for the binding contract spellcraft.


Mayor of Scranton was also head of the Knight of Labor. Site of the 1862 draft riots along with Pottsville.

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Intro and Context

The events at Haymarhet Square make for a good report just sticking to the narrative and can be told in a few paragraphs, for a fuller meaning and appreciation for how importamt this was, not just in America but on the World Stage, one must look into the past a little bit farther and to the future, even until today.

It goes like this:

In 1886, Chicago, labor organizing, Socialism, and the Industrial Revolution were just starting to pick up speed. Organized protests met with police hostility and one evening as the crowd was dispersing someone threw a homemade bomb into the police line, police opened up on the crowd and multiple fatalities occurred.
All the leaders of the organizing party was rounded up and put on a dramatic mock trial where they were found guilty without cause. A public execution by hanging finished everyone off. Later the Gov would admit they were wrong, creating working-class martyrs. The international community declared the day a world recognized labor day.

This is maybe one of the most uniting episodes in Reset history. The labor movement was picking up steam as the peasant-class debt slaves struggled for an 8 hr workday. The 8 hr day was a goal set in place by the Hidden Hand masters to make people embrace their servitude and let them feel like they had the upper-hand when negotiating with their tax-owners. The labor movement would play out in mining camps and mill towns all across the world with controlled oppositional leaders and mill/mine owners using the peasant slaves as pawns and in the end, when the 8 hr day was finally granted and acknowledged by law and by owner the population had just been duped into happily giving a full 1/3 of their life to the owner.

The Industrial Revolution was the ability to mass produce goods for consumers for consumers that had no use or need for anything but were tricked into believing they existed solely to be a shopper, the consumerculture. In New England milltowns the sewing machine was king, other instruments that were necessary for the mass-production of textile goods could themselves be mass-produced themselves in foundries and works.

One of these works was the McCormick plant in Chicago, McCormick was the top manufacturer of farm implements in the world, the agri-tech giant that would become International Harvester. The incident known as the Haymarket Affair would take place at the gate of the McCormick Works.

Only a few years earlier the factory complex was site of another large scale organized Civil disobedience episode called the Great Upheaval, or the Great Barbeque. The railroad strike of 1877 was a seemingly spontaneous nationwide strike for many of the same reasons as the Haymarket Event. Chicago was the site of the most violent chapter by far, reinforcements would arrive straight from the Indian Wars out West, the troop was the one that just fought in Custer’s last stand. Thats not only a fictional battle but there were no Indians, except the tribes US gov assembled for the appearance of such. The McCormick Works was ground zero where railroad special forces like the Pinkertons, the Blackwater mercenaries of the day, would set fire to their own property for insurance money. This is a lie too, the destroyed parts were either already in ruins or too old to be of service and in need of a massive cleansing.  The strike was intended to provide a cover story, this is the reason for the Civil War back East where entire cities like Richmond were already razed and in the process of being dug out

The location of the Haymarket Strike is also significant because of the owner, Stanley McCormick is falsely remembered as inventor and developer of the Combine Reaper/Harvester, the agri-tech farm implement. At the time this was no less than an international Military Industrial Complex project being worked on by Inheritor-class agents all over the world, thats why the end product is called the International, silly, anything International is code for NWO. The Combine was important bc it made it possible for 1 person to do the work that normally required the labor force of an entire army. It was the mass production of food and paved the road for commercialized farms. Commercial farms could be centralized, just look at who the largest owner of commercial farm land today is Bill Gates ffs. This was about creating and controlling the world’s food supply. It was recognized early that controlling the production of food was a must-need of the New World Order and one of the machines needed to accomplish this was the Combine, development began immediately and was treated as a military intelligence operation, prototypes being tried under cover of darkness to keep prying eyes away.

Research and Development was done under the guise of competition between manufacturers, each company had their own project and they would all meet up at the World Fair and compare notes. Progress and advancements were slowed down or speeded up as needed by a rigged patent office. Stanley McCormick would come out on top of the final product by being a shrewd businessman but moreso bc of birth-right, not bc he was the better engineer. He had the best public relations and advertising campaign.

The end game do-all machine was renamed International Harvester, or simply International for short. In general, anything called International is automatically flagged,  see in the sigil the red, lower case ‘i’ has symbolic value as well, same concept as all the iphone, iheartradio junk out there in Babylon. The emphasized i is probs means ‘illuminati’ or it is the separation of the top, like the ben-ben capstone, who knows, thats not why we’re here anyhow.

Illusion of New Form of Government

One of the things that makes this such a broad area and includes so many branches of people and projects is this is the creation of a seemingly new form of recognized government. This is the insertion of a type of control dedicated to the working class. In a psychological Class-war there is no multiple platform system, they are all the same, but there is the appearance of change.

The part that is real is the creation of a new class that was created as a form of slave that defends their chains; the wage/debt slave on the tax farm. The timeline goes like this: History starts at our calendar year 1800, the first part of the 19th century was spent preparing for the main body of the repopulation, a skeleton infrastructure was repaired enough to be somewhat functional and could be considered ‘new’ construction. A few coastal cities were inhabited, mainly in New England. Public school history teaches that Colonies were still recovering from the Revolution and fending off Indian attackers more and more the further South you go. This is called the Antebellum Period.

A little over the halfway point of the 1800’s was the Civil War, mass-immigration events such as the potato famine and Califormia Gold Rush helped push the repopulation agenda but the country was in ruins in many places, there had to be an explaination. The war also was a power grab, so that an armed force was present to make sure every single town was under the same control.

It wasnt always war causing the devastation; Chicago had the Great Fire, and San Francisco had the earthquake

The Reconstruction period was just that, they were rebuilding the infrastructure that the war on blamed for destroying. I call it the Big Dig. You can see from the photographical evidence the clean up had been going for sometime, cities like Richmond were at the turning point where new construction could begin.

So now you have a country with a full population of people sitting idol. Slavery, the kind with chains, has ended. There is a new Class of people for the first time. I am using America but it was a world-wide phenomenon. It was no longer Slave and Master, now there was the Worker. He is still a slave, he just doesnt know it. The system never changed, just the appearence. The Masters now are called Priests or Politicians or Bankers and the Slaves are called Citizens, Tax-Payers or whatever but it is still the same system.

The question now becomes how do you control these people and keep the status quo. They need representation, a voice. None of the old systems have a connection to the recent-immigrant laborer, what does he know or care about how the Fat Cats handle Wall St, his only concern is putting food on the table for his family, hence the symbol of bread for revolution and civil unrest.

Thats why we find a correlation in the rise of new forms of established government and a rise in industrial advancements, such as production of goods and technological breakthroughs. There really is strength in numbers, the bigger the population there is the more threat they pose to sneaky overlords, the more they need to be controlled.

The Socialism branch of government is created to trick people into thinking the politicians are standing up for the newly created labor-class. There are more fractal images of Socialism than I care to get into; Communism, Marxist, Anarchism, Revolutonary Socialism… It was refined by a group of ideologues from Europe and further refined in America where is was introduced and fanned out by agents of the same Order in the New World.

There has to be a face and a name attached to an idea, these things dont just appear out of nowhere, they have to be humanized, they create the hero and the villain. A false history was written up just for the event, not only does an idea need a face, it needs to show progression, along the same lines as a fully formed idea doesn’t just appear overnight from thin air, a history was created.

(Institutions are like that too, since we’re on the subject of slavery, the kind of slaves in chains and the institution of slavery itself is already fully formed by the time the waves of mass European immigrants started washing up on American shores. The Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade was scripted to explain the presence of an African element and slavery. ‘The Chinese built the railroad’ is an expression created to explain the presence of Asian people, the railroad has always been here, so has ‘Chinese’ people.)

The Wage-Slave Class is locked into a consumer based economy and perpetual warfare. Another trick is to make this same group of people applaud warfare, to embrace it. One way is to tell them the people of the past were fighting for the same things still being fought for today, which is ultimately that which serves the Hidden Hand Class, the ability to mass-produce with a little bit of entertainment sprinkled on top. The entertainment value makes all the difference.

Without getting to far off-course we can say the most important war in history in regards to Socialism is the French Revolution. Its where we get the word ‘Communism’. the Paris Commune of 1871. The French Revolution was compartmentalized into 3 parts; in 1830 the working-class rose up and succeeded, they were able to hold power for 18 years; In 1848 the Aristocrats came back and regained control; finally in 1871 there was the Commune which put up a valiant effort but was put down in a few months.

In turn the French were just the push that all of Europe needed for inspiration to fight their oppressors, soon the entire continent liberated in whats called the Spring of Revolutions. Each chapter is kept isolated from the rest, compartmentalized, but collectively they represent not only the beginning of the repopulation but the creation of the Working-Class Stiff,

International Workmans Association

Assembled in London, 1864, this is one of the direct parent groups of the American Socialist Labor Party. Nicknamed ‘The International’ for short, just like International Harvester.

One of the biggest and most forefronted ideals of the new labor class struggle is the 8 hour work day. It goes all the way back to the demands and written into the Constitution of the failed Paris Commune. You always hear the same points regurgitated about working standard 12 hour days six days a week back in the old days, before the Unions were there to protect the worker. The 8 hour day has been in every picket line and protest chant all the way back

The guru’s that put together the more modern concepts of Socialism and Communism are veterans of these early Class struggles. That means they are tied to them for credibility and may have had a part in creating the fictional Normie narrative but not necessarily, many of the gurus are simply connected by birth-right status, with family lines that go all the way back with their own fictional ancestors written in the hero and villain slots both. “There’s no such thing as neg publicity” is the idea behind that, good or bad is perspective.

America and their Industrial Revolution and Labor-Class question was a few decades behind the UK. Britan started early, at the year 1800. Future Socialist gurus had practice locally dealing with how to manipulate the laborers. Land reclamation and agriculture would play a part too but not here, this is about man ruling over man, not man ruling over his environment.

You can push back the point of origins as far back as you want. The same names and concepts are going to keep coming up bc they were written in that way. For instance Robert Owen is a name I cover in another article. Owen was a proto-Socialist with several break-away utopian camps isolated where they could keep out of public sight. He was relevent in the Combine Reaper article bc his commune served as a research and development farm where a group of engineers and scientists could get together and work on new agri-tech farm implements, considered military technology. There was another Owenite community in Illinois, each community was its own social experiment to see what worked and what didn’t. None of the experiments were successful but none were ever supposed to be.

The Owenites are relevant here bc history sees them as radicals and Socialism was supposed to have a new radical image so it would only make sense to have the founding fathers of said radical government have roots in whatever radical precursor the narrative provides. The former members of the Owenite community were there when the first steps of modern Socialism were being formed.

1848 Chartist Rally at Kennington Common. First known photograph of a large crowd.

Likewise, the working class movement was known as the Chartists, deriving their name from the Peoples Charter of 1838. This protest movement was brought about by such new legislation as the Poor Law of 1832, which pretty much made it to be illegal to be poor, any abled body person was legally required to live in a workhouse, and the Reform Act of 1832, which ensured only property owners were allowed to vote. Chartists lead protests and riots for years until they finally died down after the ’48 Paris Revolution

The meeting place was St Martins Hall, a long gone venue history does not look kindly on (maybe its bc they don’t want people sniffing around so they say, Oh, that, it was nothing special.) The hall was located at Covent Garden. This is appropriate bc so much of the British Isles early modern history happened here. The formative groups that established the World Fairs and the Agricultural advancement clubs, the Highlander Societies were all held their first meetings in Covent Gardens

The first meeting was in 1864, besides the Owenites, the attendants included Pierre Proudhon, considered to be the worlds first self-admitted anarchist and held a government position after the 1848 French Revolution that collapsed the Monarchy.

Louis Auguste Blanqui– Blanqui is a noted revolutionary, a member of the Italian revolutionary group, Carbonari, before taking part in the 1830 French Revolution where he was captured and sentenced to life in prison. He was released during the 1848 French Rev v2.0 and continued his armed battle against the Man. He believed revolution should be carried out by a small highly organized sect and then Socialism imposed over the population as a whole. He did not believe the Worker had a great deal of involvement in the sayings of Big Gov. Blanqui inspired movements are what formed the League of the Just, the Karl Marx think tank of proto-Communism

Re-incarcerated by 1871 he was elected the de-facto prez of the insurgents of the Paris Commune who unsuccessfully attempted to barter for his release.

Adolfo Wolff– fought in the French Foreign Legion, Papel Army, Italian Revolution, Crimean War and others. Close associate of Mazzini, the Italian counterpart to Albert Pike, the famous Freemason; and Giuseppe Garibaldi, fictional international warlord character.

Mikhail Bakunin– Russian. Professional career revolutionary anarchist, fought in multiple country uprisings. Studied academia in Moscow, Berlin, and Paris. Composed radicalist propaganda for newspapers. Him and Marx were adversaries for a while but Bakunin was expelled. He went on to fight in uprisings in Lyons and Bolonga and wrote several books. Inspired groups such as the Wobblies and still a figure for radicalists today.

Karl Marx turned out to be the celebrity headliner but at the time was relatively unknown. A ’46 y/o obscure journalist…’

The meeting was chaired by a professor from the University of London

Its first congress was held in 1866 in Geneva and then Lausanne, Brussels, Basel, and the Hague Congresses. All Olde World Seats of Power for the New World Order. This was also the same timeframe and locations of all the big European World Fairs and International Expo’s

In 1872, the conflict in the First International climaxed with a final split between the two groups at the Hague Congress. This clash is often cited as the origin of the long-running conflict between anarchists and Marxists. The Hague Congress was notable for the attempted expulsion of Bakunin and Guillaume and for the decision to relocate the General Council to New York City. 

From here it is all silent, a few more attempts in Europe to unit were claimed fruitless but the goal was, the only thing everyone agreed upon was at the first meeting at St Martin Hall that there was a need to found an international organization for workers, this many big names doesnt just fade out, they moved to America to start prepping for Phase 2.

site of the 72 Congress in the Hague was the Excelsior Club. Excelsior is also the word inscribed on the flag of NY at the turn of the 20th century. NY is where the General Council was relocated

 International Working People’s Association (IWPA)

 The “Workingmen’s Party” was a proto-socialist party that was formed at the Philly World Fair in 1876. After the Great Strike of 77 it changed its name to the Socialist Labor Party of America. Albert Parsons was the leader.

In 1881, a congress of anarchist and social revolutionary clubs was held in London, England aiming to establish a new international organization. This new organization, the International Working People’s Association (later known as the “Black International”) was intended to provide rallying point around which various national groups could organize themselves.

The London gathering was attended by a New York social revolutionary group, which upon returning to America called for a gathering of American revolutionary groups in Chicago. The 1881 Chicago convention which followed adopted for itself the name Revolutionary Socialist Party and approved a platform urging the formation of trade unions on “communistic” principles and urging that support only be lent to unions of a “progressive” character. The platform also denounced use of the ballot as a vehicle for revolutionary social change, declaring instead that elections were “an invention of the bourgeoisie to fool the workers.” Instead, it would be “armed organizations of workingmen who stand ready with the gun to resist encroachment upon their rights” which were pivotal, the platform declared.

Johan Most arrived in dec 1882 from Germany Socialist revolutionary party, brought magazine, Freiheit, Freedom. Went on industrial cities US tour recruiting, it was a intel project. Each branch became more and more revolutionary until split between the SLP and the social revolutionists and anarchist was formalized in 1883, when the groups held separate conventions, in Baltimore, Maryland, and Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, respectively. The October 1883 convention of the anarchists and revolutionary socialists held in Pittsburgh was attended by representatives of groups in 26 cities, including among them Johann Most, August Spies, and Albert R. Parsons.

It was the Pittsburgh conclave which formally launched the International Working People’s Association in America. The convention adopted a manifesto known as the Pittsburgh Proclamation, declaring the organization for “destruction of the existing class rule by all means” and for the establishment of an economic system based upon “free contracts between the autonomous communes and associations, resting upon a Federalistic basis. An “Information Bureau” in Chicago was established to coordinate the activity of the “loose-knit federation of autonomous groups” declaring allegiance to the organization. The mixture of anarchism and syndicalism would be known as the “Chicago Idea”. *Pittsburgh was another bloody battleground in the 1877 RR Strike

IWA had a General Council, IWPA had an Executive Committee, both formed in London. The Old Guard disbanded and sent a delegation to New York and the next generation came from NY and spread to the other Old World and World Fair cities.

Here is a copy of the Pittsburgh Proclamation, it s written by half the guys that were hung in Haymarket.


‘Turner’ Hall, Turner is an abbreviated and English form of the German word for an athletics club. These were hotspots for controlled opposition leaders. Al Parsons gives an account of police executions during the RR strike of ’77 in his final statement at sentencing. The same incident was featured in a sketch in the Aug 18 (aces and eights) issue of Harpers Weekly.

The Furniture Makers participated in the July 4 parade with a float drawn by 6 white horses. Later came the Printers’ Union float, with a press m full operation, producing copies of the Eight-Hour Agitator, which were distributed along the route.

Chi-town was chosen as the capital of the Labor Movement. Mayhap this is bc the Labor Question was being controlled by the Capitalists and this is where they chose as HQ. The police riot was at the end of May 4th but began with the MayDay parade on the 1st. Lucy Parsons said it in her own words as she wrote about it for decades afterwards.

 “In October 1885, a convention of labor organizations was held in Chicago; at said convention a resolution was passed, requesting the working class to set aside the First of May, 1886, to demand a reduction of the hours of the workers to eight.

Parsons, Spies and all the active revolutionary spirits in Chicago went to work in earnest. The result of their activities was made manifest, for when the first of May, 1886 arrived, it found Chicago the best organized city in America. In this city the working class struck between 50,000 and 60,000 strong and tied up the city more completely than I have ever seen it tied up during the thirty years that I have been a resident here.

Lucy Parsons

* 8 Hour League, Peter McGuire, as in Molly Mcguire

The semblance on May 4th was in response to a skirmish between strikers and police the day before. Workers at the McCormick plant were from the Michigan Central RR. They had their own dry run some years in advance, They are either agigtator veterans or a fictious group that fills a gap in the narrative.

San francisco 1877 strike

Haymarket Massacre, Public Execution 2.0

I’m not much on timeline history but if I was I wouldn’t start with the May 4th event as the beginning. May 1st was the opening salvo, the 2nd was a continuation. May 3rd things escalated before they came to a head on the 4th. History is so compartmentalized, even within the Haymarket sector nobody wants to talk about the run up to the main event.

On the afternoon of May 3rd, there were large numbers of strikers in the Southwestern portion of Chicago, among them the McCormick Reaper Works’ employees and the mostly-peaceful protests were put on by workers from the MCRR. Yep, our boys from the Detroit conspiracy to burn down decaying RR property and who ran the line during the ’77 strike. Detriot, Milwaukee and Stlouis would each been in course of strike during the months and days leading up to Haymarket. This shows it was not a single isolated event, just the stage.

According to the Capitalist papers there was rioting among them. The police were called out to quell the riots. As is usually the case, when the police were called out, the working people were sticking together in large numbers; [though the police] did manage to quell some of them. On this occasion, they shot seven working men and clubbed many hundreds unmercifully.

The next evening the Haymarket meeting was called.

The events on May 4th, 1886 revolve around labor agitation regarding an 8 hr work day. Violence that escalated and boiled over when an unnamed assailant tossed a homemade IED into a group of police offiers at the end of a political rally. This episode is an extension that started on May 1st, the first May Day celebration in Chicago, which featured a popular character in social engineering movements of the day. Lucy Gonzolas Parsons led the first May Day parade in Chicago. We’ll get back to her.

The May 1st parade goes back even farther to the 1884 national convention in Chicago, the Federation of Organized Trades and Labor Unions, which later became the American Federation of Labor, proclaimed that “eight hours shall constitute a legal day’s labor from and after May 1, 1886.” Chicago was the epicenter for the 8-hour workday and labor question agitation in general.

Consequently, on this day in 1886, more than 300,000 workers in 13,000 businesses across the United States walked off their jobs in the first May Day labor-themed celebration in history.

Here is a NYTimes articles from July 30, 1884 about the National Labor Convention. They send us back even further to the previous labor organizing political conference that happened in Philly the year before, Jan 6. (1/6, 66) Besides that there isnt much useful in this article, they name drop Union leaders with political interests, not the interests of the worker.

1884 Chicago was home to both the National Democratic ( July 8-11 at the Exposition Hall) and Republican Conference (june 3-6)

At first, most radicals and anarchists regarded this demand as too reformist, failing to strike “at the root of the evil.” A year before the Haymarket Massacre, Samuel Fielden pointed out in the anarchist newspaper, The Alarm, that “whether a man works eight hours a day or ten hours a day, he is still a slave.” Fielden Testified at the trial, here is a copy of the transcripts


This is the roughest of outlines, but it will do for now let’s see what jumps out. 

 The explosion happened after the large crowds had already left after a day of peaceful protesting. Why after the crowds had left did the extra force show up and start shoving people around. Even the mayor had retired for the evening, calling the event ‘tame’. Cops disobeyed orders to pack it up and started to bully the crowd. Most estimates agree it was close to even match at 176 cops and 200 protestors. 

The only other cops that died by gunfire from other cops…by friendly fire. So, if plain clothes officers were undiscernible in the crowd, which would’ve been the case I’m sure the few remaining protestors were undercover cops, and the uniformed cops were shooting randomly into the crowd it would be explainable. Of course, if they were all cop victims, they could all be lying.  

The anarchists arrested were nowhere near the incident. Not one of the eight on trial were present during the bombing. It wasn’t even questioned. The prosecution knew they weren’t present but tried to argue they were responsible through their message.  

3 were staff members of the German newspaper Arbeiter Zeitung; one executed, two reprieved. The name of the paper is not to be confused the jewish publication of the same name in NY. 

Court proceedings were a complete farce. The jurors were specially picked by the special baliff that promised to have them all hung. One of the jurors was even family of one of the supposed dead cops. Just like in the Railroad Conspiracy trial the newspapers offered a cash reward to the jury the found them guilty. 

The eight-hour workday was scrapped for another half century, not only that but the case scared any real opposition away. These people were convicted over a belief system, not any deed. You couldn’t even question authority, let alone speak against it. The eight-hour law was passed for over ten years but was not enforced, these people weren’t asking for revolutionary precedents, simply enforcing the law as it was written.  

Martial law was declared, any real resistance was rounded up, we have seen this same script before so I won’t spend a lot of time here. 

Not one account accusing the industrialists of throwing the bomb is out there. The bomb thrower could be whoever you want as long as it’s not the factory owners, even though they are the ones that profited from it the most, at all. 

This was making headlines on the world stage; countries everywhere were extending their hand in solidarity with the accused. They WANT everyone to know they are innocent. They WANT people to believe these defendants are going to be executed only for thoughtcrime, not for actual deeds. They have to for the creation of martyrs for the working-class stiffs.

In 1894 the entire world decided to be in celebration of workers on May 1st Everyone except of course the United States. In 1893 Prez Grover tried to sweep the whole thing under the rug by pardoning the people still supposedly still in jail and changing Labor Day to September at the behest of the Knights of Labor, who determined to celebrate Labor Day on may 1st would only be to celebrate the riots themselves. The Knights of Labor were Albert Parsons and all the other radical anarchists. They would want the date memorialized which they were all martyred.  

Another thread this connects with is the rise in Socialism and Communism, this incident brought about the first ‘Red Scare’ and many of the agitators had little interest in workers rights and was in it for the opportunity to fuck things up for the sake of itself. The Syndicalist

Some agitators were appearing to honestly be fighting for the worker. Unions were gaining traction and the labor question was the most pressing issue for the working class stiffs. This incident would push progress back decades but also would shove future leaders into the spotlight and would be used to propel the ‘revolution’ part back East to the mill towns of New England, such as Bill Haywood and the Bread and Roses Strike.

link, 1, statements

The international community ran headlines all over the world. The press saturated people all over the world for the buildup. Again, we see the press make an accurate prediction, or more likely slip up and let a little bit of predictive programming insider knowledge slip when they ran the headline stating on May 1st:  

“The Dies Are Cast! The First of May, Whose Historical Significance Will Be Understood and Appreciated Only in Later Years, Is Here!” 

This was the event for world observation of May 1st, May Day to be the worker’s holiday. Only in the United States is Labor Day not on May Day, said bc the Prez didn’t want attn drawn to the gross injustice of the court but also could be providing cover for a false flag, to keep people from investigating their selves. 

Louis Lingg made out to be the manufacturer and possible thrower. Thats another red flag in the media, they never point the finger but constant repetition about the unknown thrower, that was meant to be a great mystery which is still talked about today.

Lingg is said to’ve committed suicide while in jail. Not just like he hung himself with a sheet either, he literally blew hid head off when he detonated a blasting cap in his mouth. How was he even identifiable comes to mind, but first, how did he get dynamite in his cell to begin with? During an international celebrity trial at that. Listen to this, it gets better, it wasn’t the first time either. He had already got caught with a bunk of pipe-bombs on a separate incident.

Lingg says he was a carpenter that apprenticed in Strasbourg before coming to America. I think thats a little stretched too. This was ground-zero of the Franco-Prussian War, I have a report on it in my World in Ruins thread, theres no way ANYBODY came through here when he says he did. Its not that he is just lying about it, he chose it specifically bc it was a ruined ghost city, its how they prop each other up and this claim farther supports my position that these ruins were not made by a war in recent memory.

He was charged with making the bomb but the witness only testified for his own immunity, witness also admitted to being paid by the state as an informant, also he was given a free ticket back to Germany after trial. Reassigned.

  “Shortly, all the incidents which I have narrated before, implanted into my mind the seed of bitter hatred against the existing society, which feeling grew still more intense with my entrance into the industrial arena, and which has inspired me in my late agitation against capitalistic society with its barbarous and inhuman effects.

Real Anarchists dont look or talk like that.

Strasbourg, the place and time Lingg claims he was learning Carpentry. Good one.

photo blotter

Violence continued the next day, here are some articles about looters raiding the drug store and saloon near the meeting hall.

3/22 party for French Revolution

Mock Trial

The trial that played out was a grammy-winning performance, they dont call it a “courtroom drama” for nothing. Here is a copy of their final opportunity to convince the judge to spare the gallows. History admits the speeches were prepared in advance, at least they do that. Albert Parsons gives an 8 hr monolgue about the benefits and differences between Socialism fractals. He doesn’t even give in one shot either, speaks for 6 hours one day and then 2 more hours the next.

The ones that asked for a commuted sentence recieved it, Parsons, Fischer, Engel, and Lingg were all in, “liberty or death”, they refused to ask or accept a commuted sentence. They were working-class martyrs, this is as good as it gets.

Significance of May 1st

*May 1st also date of the birth of illuminati. 

Let’s take a closer look at the May Day connection bc sure this was big for the labor movement it is recognized on the world stage and I don’t think it was big enough to merit ‘global’ attn. Plus, some other things happened before Haymarket making this an already important date.  

Contemporary history tells us May 1st is simply known as Beltane to the Gauls. Beltane is the beginning fo summer, opposite Halloween which is the beginning of winter to the Druids who separated their year in halves. It is opposite but is of equal importance to Samhain. Halloween is known today as the demonic/witchy/spooky night but Beltane is overlooked by commoners but still celebrated by the string-puller class. As far as the Mystery Schools go Beltane has all the characteristics of the sabbat ritual that every culture shares. In this manifestation two special fires are built and the farmers pass their cattle between the two fires for blessings and protection. Lovers jumped over the fire for the same. The fires are the takeaway, the fires of Beltane. 

It was the origins of the Maypole ritual which is a phallic representation. A fertility observation, this means wild sex orgy. Marriages were dissolved for the night and virgins could drop the act although virgin pretty much means church prostitute. 

There was another custom I didn’t find any two accounts the same. Most experts agree at least in its earliest form there was human sacrifice.  There is a great attn to detail to remove all instances of human sacrifice from history books, so people won’t recognize it and that it still goes on prevalent today. Every time the story gets retold it gets more and more sanitized.  

Today in Scotland Beltane has been resurrected as of 1988 a group gets together and reenacts the burning of the wicker man. (See Butser Ancient Farm) Yeah, like the movie. Also like the military intelligence Luciferian project called Burning Man. This is the place both Burning Man and Wickerman get their origin. Fertility festivals is usually a code word for blood lust orgy, as you can see in this effigy burned in ’04 by the modern day reenactors. The only account we have, at least publicly, about the human sacrifice comes from Julius Caesar who wrote about ancient Britons tying men up alive in a huge effigy and setting it on fire. Today this is swept under the rug by calling it wartime propaganda. The pro-sacrifice crowd refer to bog mummies found that indicate an extremely violent end. 

Beltane is much older than the Druish religion, as the B-E-L in the name alludes to this is a repackage of Ba’al. Furthermore, May 1st is at the end of a 13 day festival beginning on April 19th known as the ‘Feast of Moloch’! No shit. The offer made to Moloch is children, he is the deity of child sacrifice, including aborted fetuses. Operations are held to honor this sacrifice still today and if it can be done as a false flag the energy harvested is increased. Some of the operations in this category would be Waco TX, On April 19th Killed 26 children, 19 children in ‘95 at the OKC bombing, Columbine school shooting killed 13 in ‘99 on April 20th. Those three would get us started. Adolf Hitler was said to be born on April 20th, not only that but his death was announced to the world on May 1st. This is a satanic ritual sacrifice, to get the whole world cheering and excited about killing. Osama Bin Laden was much of the same, his death was announced to much applause of the world on May 1st, but not just that, it invokes the feelings of another traumatic ritual killing, Sept, 11th. Prez Bush gave his ‘Mission Accomplished’ victory speech on May 1st, turning the whole war into a big satanic death ritual. If the ritual event happens to be a false flag it is even more valuable energetically.  And in 1955, the Roman Catholic Church dedicated May 1 to “Saint Joseph the Worker,” the patron saint of workers and craftsmen.

The opening day of the very first World’s Fair was May 1st, 1851 in Hyde Park, London, by the Queen herself. The queen doesn’t do anything in th e public eye unless its part of something much bigger. The date and formal hostess are not to be dismissed lightly. 

Remember back in 2016 the reconstruction of the arch of the temple of Ba’al went on tour through NY and London? It ran 13 days from April 19 to May 1st. This proves the connection between Ba’al and Beltane and also shows that world leaders still pay tribute. 

What all this means Im trying to tell you is Haymarket was a Satanic ritual human sacrifice,  


Seven out of eight Defendents are buried in the same cemetery, there is a bronze memorial featuring an 18ft granite shaft with a pyramid capstone. A bronze statue of a woman over a fallen worker are featured along with quote attributed to Spies “The day will come when our silence will be more powerful than the voices you are throttling today.” The monument was designed by artspook Albert Wienert that worked on the 1893 world’s fair Columbia Exposition. Paid for by Pioneer Art and Supply Association; that org was founded by Lucy Parsons, wife of the executed Albert Parsons. Wienert got paid the equivalent of $300 per day to direct the building of the monument. The area is a mecca for famous anarchist ashes to be scattered, referred to as the Communist Plot. Features Big Bill and Emma Goldman. Goldman will emerge from the shadows of Haymarket.   

Since we’re on to bronzes its worth note the dead cops got a statue as well, a memorial for those that gave the ultimate sacrifice. This statue has its own background as well and has been moved and repaired several times due to ‘vandalism and terrorism, including being bombed by Bill Ayers and his Weather Underground Organization’… Never heard of him but hes on the radar now. A Third bronze is said to be located on the exact spot of the speaker’s cart on the night of the 1886 attack 

The detective is Nolan, same name from earlier that is credited for designing the stone bridges of Lebanon Valley


Albert Parsons

Family also included Pilgrims on the Mayflower and veterans from the Battle of Bunker Hill. People that claim this bloodline dont get hung like a common thug. Even though the Colonial period never happened there is a papertrail. These people are nothing without their titles, their whole schtick is built on contract law Albert got his role by birth-right.

During the Civil War he was a member of his brother’s outfit. 13 yrs old said to be a powder monkey. His first military exploit was to intercept Gen Twiggs, Twiggs was a US general that switched sides before retiring he surrendered his entire situ over to the rebs…Kinda hard to piece together but seems like you can’t tell what side who is on. Even the first paragraph in Twiggs bio at the Ministry of Truth describes him as a ‘traitor’ general. Double agents. 

In 1868 he was editor of local paper, not just anywhere either, the Waco Spectator. Waco should ring some bells. In 70 he was elected sec of state senator, so he was involved with mainstream politics as well. In ‘71, at age 21, he was appointed to the U.S. Internal Revenue Deputy position by the Grant administration.  That means he was a fucking taxman! A 21 yr. old appointed to such a position after fighting on the opposing side during the war? Sounds more like bullshit to me. 

In 76 he joined the Knights of Labor, which again makes no sense bc the knights of Labor was the group lobbying to get Labor Day in September, who’d think since it ws in his honor it would be the day the rest of the world chose for observance. 

A traveling correspondent for his newspaper (intel) he met his wife Lucy in 76. Now lucy is mulatto, we will get to her in just a sec, after their wedding they relocated to Chicago, Parsons say its bc of the Klan (they only promote their own) but I just find it odd that somebody could have such an abrupt change. He went from confederate soldier to fighting the Klan and marrying a mongoloid, but also went from state politician and fucking tax collector to being one of the worlds most celebrated anarchists.  

He was appointed to his tax collector position by the Grant administration. I’d say his position as tax man led to him being hired out as opposition leader in Chicago. He was being paid by the factory owners as revenue agent and anarchist both 

Albert parsons started out even earlier at a railroad strike in ‘77. He was fired from his job at the Chicago Tribune. This connects him to the Rail Road Syndicate and complicit media slimeball.  This means he wasn’t fired he was recruited.  Some of his work as a journalist has been whitewashed. He would’ve been center in a socialist lead labor revolution Chicago. This was war propaganda. How much more inciteful can the headline be? That was their job to be as inciteful as possible. 

“Terrors reign, the streets of Chicago given over to howling mobs of thieves and cutthroats. This clearing shows the capitalists’ fears and outrage!” 

Pinkerton, the fake spymaster was the archnemesis of Anarchists like Parsons, but in reality, they are on the same side and prop each other’s bullshit psy-ops up. They worked together on several projects: Haymarket and the Socialist Revolution known as the Great Upheaval.  Pinkerton wrote of Parsons in 1878 he  

“is capable of making a speech that tingles the blood of that class of characterless rascals that are always standing ready to grasp society by the throat.”  

Pinkerton and Parsons would later go on and produce another chapter in His-story during the fake execution after the fake trial over the fake bombing attack perpetrated by Pinkertons ace booney-cooney,  

The RR strike of ‘77 was a string of violent protests about reduced pay that extended halfway across the country. From what we touched on in the Great RR conspiracy the Syndicate are the ones destroying their own property and their intel network includes … well, everybody. Supposedly at the execution his final sentence was cut off, ‘Men of America, let the voice of the people be heard…’ That must’ve been the queue, how much more dramatic can the script writers be. 

 It is said the ropes were tampered with before the main events, the ropes were shortened to prevent snapping the neck. The victim was suffocated instead and took longer to die. I see this as evidence of harness usage. Give them time to perform a theatric suffocation instead of the anticlimactic broken neck.  

Most fittingly is Parsons choosing to read poem ‘Reformer’, written by our ol’ friend Greenleaf Wittier, what could be more appropriate? They only promote themselves. This event is covered in detail at the website ‘Famous Trials’, so far that makes every single mock court case showcased on the site. Any article on that site is a tell. 

Lucy (fer) Parsons

His wife Lucy would go on to found the IWW and content creator for socialist propaganda rags The Alarm, the Liberator, The Socialist, as well as her own publication, Freedom. 

Lucy also connects us to Internationa Ladies Garment workers Union that was later involved in the Triangle Fire and Uprising of 20,000. Around the time of the RR strike she opened up a dress making shop which held meetings. 

Worked with Communist party in ‘25 but didn’t join til ‘39. Died in a house fire March 7 1942, the FBI confiscated all her records in the still smoldering house. FBI also kept files on Sanger and Keller. Kellers was planted disinfo, still plays along she is deaf and blind, either that or the FBI is so stupid they cant tell. 

She has one of those backgrounds like Anne Sullivan, vague, unknown, unable to confirm or reject. Even her heritage is unknown. She was probs born to a celebrity agent nobody even knows about. Say, like Sanger had a kid that died but I think it was a fake death and the kid goes away for training for a few years before being reintroduced to the world by a new name and obscure background. She wouldn’t comment about her origins to make people speculate and when she did speak it was always lies. 

The Parsons had 2 kids, one labeled black and the other labeled white. The white girl ‘Lulu’, supposedly died at 8 years old but by now the reader should know how I feel about the dead babies of spook agents. None of the kids die, they just get taken young, when they need a child for a project or a long game. We know who this child is by a different name. 

The son too, heres another knee-slapper, Lucy had her son committed to an insane asylum at the age of 18. That means he picked up the family legacy after all. Lucy convinced a judge Jr. was violent and disobedient and he spent the rest of his 20 more years wasting away in Elgin mental institution. The story goes Jr was going to join the military and enlist in the Spanish-American War, which is just as fake as the labor wars btw. Lucy couldn’t take the insult so she had short locked up. But he wasn’t really locked up. 

 Elgin is a state hospital. A Kirkbride Hospital. Take note of that name, it connects us to the early reformation movement. Chicago’s version of Worchester, I guess. The state has control of mentally ill patients now that were formally the charge of the Almshouses thanx to new laws brought about by self-investigations like Tewksbury. This facility highlights the fact they treat Vets. So, it has a military presence. Sure, they isolate all the suicidal grunts from society that sign up as enthusiastic kids only to get fed thru the meat grinder and find out who the bad guy really is and that nobody cares about them. Yeah, the gov doesn’t want them people mingling with the normies so there’s that. The other side is intelligence. What better place to hide a spy. Especially if you got a whole chain of institutions, you can move freely without detection. Jr was never locked up in a fucking insane asylum, guys, come on. *The Kirkbride building was razed in the 90’s but it appears they are still in good business; the main focus of the institute today is on patients too insane to stand trial. 

Another likening of Elgin is their involvement in radiation human experiments, like the ones held by Quaker Oats at Cool Cat Sammy Howes place. Injections of radiation given to victims in order to see if they effect mental health issues. @0 years later survivors were rounded up by the US Atomic Commission is see long term effects, as if the long game wasn’t the plan from the beginning. Im sure you wouldn’t have to dig too hard to find an mk-ultra connection but we moving on. 

The whole drama over the family is build up their character. It’s a soap opera, It maintains her illusion of ‘nothin but the cause’. It is an extension of the earlier drama when she took the kids to see their father one last time before the hanging. Lucy was said to have been stripped and locked up naked with her children during the hanging. That’s the biggest crock of shit I ever heard, how much more dramatizing can you get. Someone literally sat around and wrote down the most provoking scenario possible. Its wartime propaganda baby. 

Just like comments by the Chicago top cop that she was ‘more dangerous than a thousand rioters. No, she’s not, but it adds to her street cred and props up her character. 

 After the hanging Lucy is said to have lived in poverty, only on $8 a month from the Pioneer Aid, which is the organization she is credited with founding. Pioneer Aid is the group that paid for the Haymarket Riot monument to be built. She was also known for her keen stylishness, and trendy shopping sprees. Im guessing, she was Mink Coat Mafia, maybe too early. 

Lucy was known for her inflammatory writings. She also provided the cover his-story for Haymarket and the martyrs, along with all her little friends, the Molly Maguires for example. She edits too, which has been a universal tell since the beginning. She edits for the Wobbly paper, The Liberator, which gives her broad audience for other contemporary issues like suffrage and birth control. Meaning the same shit sho productions being put on around the country. 

Mrs. Parsons was active in San Fransico for some time. Organizing marches and protests for women rights and unemployment against the SF gov. SF made their intro during the socialist revolution known as the great strike. Her involvement there in the near future is noteworthy. Organized ‘hunger marches’ wtf is that supposed to be? Oh, I see, this was the buildup to a production with American Federation of Labor, the Socialist Party and Jane Addams Hull House (Mink Coat scarlet whore of Babylon) to restructure the unemployment issues. 

Without looking into details, it looks like her Communist work centered on race baiting, like BLM. I see some headlines that mention the NAACP and some bogus murder trials (*See Scottsboro 8) and commie propaganda. International Labor Defense is an arm of the Communist gov. The Scottsboro 8 case is about a gang of blacks that are accused of raping a white girl and sentenced to death, whatever that has to do with labor I don’t have the slightest clue. As usual the things like this are the beginnings of something much grander, this was the beginning of the civil rights movement. Of course they needed a black insider. 

 The fictional character we know as Lucy Parsons had one of her last public speaking’s in 1941. It was at the International Harvester. This was post-McCormick Reaper Works. You Know, the place of incident kicking off the Chicago segment of the great strike and also the site leading up to the Haymarket event. This is huge that she would speak here and the normie narrative doesn’t mention the significance. Maybe the two are related or something. We’ll return to International Harvester in a bit. In the end was just the level of drama as the rest of her life. In ‘42 she was killed in a house fire. Her lover at the time died of injuries the next day he sustained trying to rescue her. The fbi raided her still-smoldering home and confiscated all her records and files and books. Did she really die in the fire? Did the FBI or somebody else start the fire to murder her. How the fuck am I supposed to know, go find out for yourself. There is much to be speculated over the relationship between Emma Goldman too, perhaps at a later date. 

But Wait, There’s More

It wasnt just Detroit, all the major industrial cities were striking in the days and months before the Chicago headliner

To edit and expand. (Link)

St Louis is back as the center of the Southwest Strike of ’86

March 1886The strike begins when a member of the Knights of Labor is fired for initiating a company meeting in Texas. In St. Louis, strikers of the Knights of Labor board a train and intentionally kill the engine. The executive board of the Knights of Labor inquires between Missouri and Texas Pacific to resolve the strike. On March 20 strikers begin burning railroad bridges in Texas. A week later governors of Kansas, Missouri, Arkansas and Texas demand that roads and railroads in their jurisdictions resume business. The strike is thought to be over in late March.
April 1886During hiring discussions with the leader of the Knights of Labor specifies the hiring of employees for the railroads–persons who injured company property will not be hired, nor will any discrimination fall on workers who did not participate in the strike. A few days later, violence erupts at Fort Worth, Texas between strikers and police. Texas mobilizes the local military to corral the strikers. Knights of Labor call on their members to continue to strike after discussions break down.
May 4, 1886After violence continues throughout the month of April, a Congressional committee advises the Knights of Labor to end the strike.
August 1, 1886Due to internal s
quabbles, the Knights of Labor dissolve and cease to exist. The strike is ultimately a failure.

And Detroit.

May 1 1886 was a national production, Chicago wasnt the only town, Milwaukee had violence and deaths also.

Bay View Massacre memorial ceremony

Bay View Massacre memorial ceremony

The little known history of the massacre that occurred in Milwaukee, when 7,000 building workers and 5,000 Polish workers demanded the eight-hour work day.

The deadly stand-off between workers and the National Guard was the culmination of events that began on Saturday May 1, 1886.

A historical marker, pictured above, is located at Russel and Superior on Jones Island in Bay View. It commemorates the Bay View Massacre.

In early labour history before workers had fought for and won rights which we can now take for granted and as a result employers were working them ten hours a day, six days a week for ninety cents to one dollar and fifteen cents a day.

In Milwaukee, Groups, such as the Central Labor Union led by a Socialist Paul Grottkau and Catholic Church’s Knights of Labor led by Robert Shilling, were formed to work for workers rights. One thing these groups were asking for was an eight hour workday with no reduction in pay. The Federation of Organized Trades and Labor Unions called for a great movement to win the 8-hour workday, which would climax on May 1, 1886.

Their plan was to spend two years urging all American employers to adopt a standard eight hour day, instead of the 10 to 12, even up to 16-hour days that were prevalent. After May 1 of 1886, all workers not yet on the 8-hour system were to cease work in a nationwide strike until their employer met the demand.

In Milwaukee they formed the eight hour league with the purpose of persuading the local government to adopt the eight hour workday. Milwaukee adopted it but the law had no penalty for employers whom did not comply. These groups were extremely upset with what was happening and planned a series of demonstrations on May 1 1886, when the law was to take effect.

There were over 1,600 such demonstrations across the country. These demonstrations led to serious trouble in Chicago’s Haymarket Square, where on May 3rd Chicago police shot four workers to death and on May 4th someone unknown hurled a bomb into the police ranks killing several officers and wounding many more. There was further trouble at Rolling Mills in Milwaukee as a somewhat peaceful demonstration turned ugly. The following events led up to what is known today as the Massacre at Bay View.

May 2
The central labour union held a parade in Milwaukee. They marched with banners proclaiming slogans such as “The workmen do not beg, they demand”, “We do not work for King Mammon” and “Eight hours is our battlecry”.

The Milwaukee Journal billed it as the biggest event in city history. Wisconsin Governor Jeremiah Rusk was concerned about violence as strikes for the eight hour day were happening in the city. On April 29, he had put the state militia on standby.

The parade was watched by some 25,000 people and afterwards there was a picnic at the Milwaukee gardens with speakers denouncing the ten hour workday and voicing concerns over employers taking advantage of employees. They worked the crowd into a frenzy and before long everyone was chanting “eight hours.”

Some members of the Knights of Labor were in attendance, who then went back to their headquarters at St. Stanislaus Church [Fifth and Mitchell] and spoke to some of their members.

Soon afterwards eight hundred started marching through the streets of Milwaukee chanting eight hours everyone must strike. Polish workers and tradesmen stopped their work and joined the march.

The first factory they came to was CM&STO Car Company who built railroad cars. After gaining recruits there they marched to Edward P. Allis Reliant Steel works. There the marchers were met by foreman and supervisors who tried to keep the marchers away with high pressure water hoses, but when the workers inside heard the chanting they stopped working and joined the march.

The marchers continued and got more recruits as they went along. Businesses were closing at an alarming rate due to labour shortages. The owners of CM&STO Car Company put a special train at Governor Jeremiah Rusks disposal. He rushed to Milwaukee and set up his office at the Plankinton Hotel where employers were asking Governor Rusk to call out the militia.

Rusk at this point saw no reason as he did not want to overstep the city. The workers continued their strike and got more recruits. The Milwaukee police trailed the crowd hoping there would be no violence. Governor Rusk was asked again by employers to call out the militia and again he said no.

May 3
The strikers by now had shut down every factory in Milwaukee except one, The North Chicago Railroad Rolling Mills Steel Foundry in Bay View. The chant then went out: “eight hours, everyone must strike, onto the mills!”

By this time the marchers were now numbering about 1,500. The marchers consisted of mainly Polish, some Germans and some Native Americans. Meanwhile, the number of strikers in the city numbered about twelve thousand.

Robert Shilling convinced Edward P. Allis to offer its workers the eight hour day with a pay increase. However, the workers were firm and refused to come back unless everyone got an eight hour day.

Both Shilling and Grottkau tried to talk the crowd into dispersing speaking their native languages, but the workers paid no heed. The English speaking reporters did not understand the languages and reported that they were inciting the crowd.

The town police followed the crowd into the Bay View Neighborhood late in the afternoon and called Governor Rusk to inform him that they did not have adequate forces if violence should occur. Rusk now called out the Militia, including the Kosciuko Militia made up mainly by Polish businessmen.

The strikers began negotiating with the supervisors at Rolling Mills for permission to enter the plant and talk to the workers. The plant manager refused and the crowd would not let him back inside until he accepted.

The Lincoln Guard arrived on the scene by special train and immediately helped him get back in. Then they formed a line between the strikers, who had begun throwing rocks, and the mills. Their orders were to protect the property at all costs.

Inside the Mills workers were arguing with each other over the eight hour work day. By nightfall there were over two hundred and fifty National Guardsmen at the mills, but the closest unit, The Kosciusko Guard, has not arrived yet.

May 4
Early in the morning the Kosciuko Guard arrived on foot, to jeers and name calling as strikers called them traitors to their fellow countrymen, while others were saying “join us or go home.”

The strikers then formed a wave of people between the Kosciuko Guard and the Mills to stop them from joining the Lincoln Guard. There was not one person in the Kosciuko Guard who did not recognise someone striking.

Some strikers were throwing rocks at the Kosciuko Guard, several members in the rear of the guard got scared and fired in the air over the heads of the strikers and accidently hit the Mills.

After this incident, the strikers left the Guard alone and they proceeded into the Mills joining the other units called. The strikers then asked the supervisors to wire their headquarters in Chicago to start negotiations on an eight hour work day. They agreed but the answer from Chicago was fast and short “No”.

At this point no one in the crowd knew about the ugly events unfolding in Chicago, where police had killed striking workers, and a bomb killed a police officer in Haymarket Square and wounded several others.

Governor Rusk was under considerable pressure from employers to stop the strike. Employers were saying that they would turn the entire society upside down and use the bombing in Haymarket Square as their proof that a revolution is under way.

Rusk called the Mills and told Captain Treaumer of the Lincoln Guard “if the strikers try to enter the mill, shoot to kill.” Captain Treaumer then ordered his men to pick out a man, concentrate and kill him when the order is given. The strikers spent the night in open fields nearby while the Militia camps stayed at the Mills with sentries posted. During the night the sentries were shooting at anything that moved. A Navy tug brought provisions for the guard.

May 5
Around nine in the morning the strikers gathered again chanting “eight hours,” a reporter who slept with them reported that it was odd that this was a group with no real leadership, but everyone was united in one single purpose.

The crowd approached the mill and faced the militia who were ready to fire. Before Treaumer knew the crowd’s real intentions he ordered halt, but the strikers, who were about two hundred yards away, did not hear him.

He ordered the militia to fire. The crowd was in chaos as people fled the scene. The Milwaukee Journal reported that six were dead and at least eight more were expected to die within twenty four hours.

Meanwhile, some strikers called for revenge on the militia but to no avail. For several days afterwards a few strikers were still marching throughout the city but no one would join them. The dead included a thirteen year old boy who tagged along with the crowd wondering what was going on and a retired worker who lived in Bay View. He was struck down by a stray bullet, as he was getting water and was not part of the strike.

May 6
Leaders of labour groups met with Governor Rusk and asked him to pull back the Militia. They stated they would police their own actions, but Rusk refused until the strikers disbanded and went back to work.

While cleaning up the guardsmen found two more bodies along the railroad tracks. They were apparently Polish immigrants who were on strike. The two remain unidentified to this day. Everyone went back to work at ten hours a day.

On May 9, The Milwaukee Journal reported that Edward P. Allis was firing its Polish workers and replacing them with other nationalities because the Polish people were too radical.

Other companies follow suit for the same reason and for a time no Pole could find work in Milwaukee. Meanwhile the Polish section boycotted the businesses of the Kosciuko Guard members. The National Guard pulled out on May 13.

An inquiry of the events praised the guards’ actions calling it an unpleasant duty, a humane gesture for firing only one volley and indicts at least twenty Poles for leading an unlawful assembly.

They were sentenced to hard labour ranging from six to nine months. Among these were Paul Grottkau who received the stiffest sentence of nine months. Robert Shilling was also indicted but his first trial ended up in a hung jury. While waiting for a second trial he formed the populace party, who elected a new district attorney. He was formally acquitted.

The Milwaukee Journal reported that businesses were giving cash to the Militia units for their actions at Rolling Mills. The Journal denounced the action saying they did what was expected of them and this was going to far. As a result of public sympathy for the strikes, the voters of Milwaukee county replaced the county and city governments with socialist representatives in 1888.

Since then Milwaukee has had at least three socialist mayors the last one serving from 1948-1960. Mayor Hoan served 24 years. Victor Berger served in congress for 29 years. In 1916, he was banned from his seat for his stand on U.S. involvement in World War I. He felt it was a Capitalist war to make money for big business. During his ban, he was re-elected. His Newspaper “The Leader” was called disloyal and the U.S. Postal Service was prohibited by the disloyalty laws to deliver it thru their system.

The grassroots eight hour movement was derailed and political parties came in to the fray, claiming to fight for the rights of workers, the eight hour workday and child labor laws. Among these were the Socialist Labor party, the Populace Party (led by Robert Shilling), and the Progressive Party founded by fighting Bob LaFollette who became Governor of Wisconsin. He then went on to Congress where he died still in office, in 1924 after a close bid for president. His son took over his office and held it until 1948 when the Progressive Party folded.

The Knights of Labor were no longer recognised by the Catholic Church to preserve the Church’s image. They joined with other Unions to form the American Federation of Labor. The Central Labor Union also joined with other unions and call themselves the Congress of Industrial Organization. Several years later the two major Unions merge calling themselves the AFL-CIO.

The Dead
Frank Kunkel, Frank Nowarczyk, John Marsh, Robert Erdman, Johann Zazka, Martin Jankowiak, Michael Ruchalski, two unknown workers


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