Sunday, May 4, 2014
From Now On, May 1 Will Be Referred To As 'Victims Of Communism' Day
We have an exciting announcement here at The Office of Parks And Recreation. We have re-named May Day. From now on, May 1 will be referred to as 'Victims of Communism Day'.
Beginning next year, we will remember the victims of communism with some very special events around the Twin Cities.
We will begin the day with our 'March For Freedom' along the new Northstar Line LRT route, where we will remember the victims of The murderous Khmer Rouge of Cambodia. We start at The State Capitol, and march on The University of Minnesota.
There, we will loudly pound on drums, and demand that their history department begin telling the truth about the hell brought about by Communism throughout it's evil, murderous history.
Everyone involved in our march will be equipped with a paintball gun, in case we run into May Day paraders.
At 8:00 p.m., we will gather in front of The Government Services Building in Minneapolis, and remember the 170,000,000 victims murdered by Communist regimes.
We will honor former Wisconsin Senator Joseph McCarthy, as a 3-dimensional holograph of the anti-communist historical figure will appear, and speak to the crowd.
This change will take place on May 1, 2015, so mark your calenders.
J. RedSquirrel, Director of Parks And Recreation
Office of The Minnesota Organization of Bloggers
Mayor M. Dilettante